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Neuroscientist and author David Eagleman discusses how our brain interprets the world and what that means for us. Through storytelling, research, interviews, and experiments, David Eagleman tackles wild questions that illuminate new facets of our lives and our realities.
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Money is changing...so where do we go from here? Through high-profile interviews and thought-provoking analysis, join Michael Casey and Sheila Warren for the Money Reimagined Podcast, as they explore the connections between finance, human culture and our increasingly digital lives.
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The American healthcare system is one of the most innovative in the world. But it’s also riddled with complex challenges, such as access to affordable medications, inefficiency and administrative burdens, and communication barriers between providers. There’s clearly a better way—and at Surescripts, we have a unique sightline into what that may be. In this series, host Melanie Marcus, Chief Marketing Officer of Surescripts, sits down with today’s most inspiring and innovative leaders in healt ...
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School Me

National Education Association

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A podcast fueled by educators. Each month, School Me brings you advice from fellow educators, expert breakdowns of education trends and news, and the encouragement you need to give your students your very best each day.
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WNYC, New York Public Radio, brings you Soundcheck, the arts and culture program hosted by John Schaefer, who engages guests and listeners in lively, inquisitive conversations with established and rising figures in New York City's creative arts scene. Guests come from all disciplines, including pop, indie rock, jazz, urban, world and classical music, technology, cultural affairs, TV and film. Recent episodes have included features on Michael Jackson,Crosby Stills & Nash, the Assad Brothers, ...
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Green New Perspective

Green New Perspective

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The Green New Perspective sustainability podcast is a platform for cleantech pioneers, marketers, and business owners to spotlight innovative solutions & share effective growth and marketing strategies. This podcast is proudly sponsored by New Perspective Marketing, a dynamic growth marketing agency in Boston, Mass celebrating 20 years in business. We help sustainably focused B2B organizations grow their brands and scale up revenue. If you or your organization is looking to grow, visit npws.com.
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Podcasts for the insatiably curious by the world’s most popular weekly science magazine. Everything from the latest science and technology news to the big-picture questions about life, the universe and what it means to be human. For more visit newscientist.com/podcasts Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Explore the practice of creating media art installations with the Creating New Spaces podcast. In each episode, the host Robin Petterd brings you interviews with artists who are pushing the boundaries of art and technology. The podcast focuses on the intricacies of media installation and art, revealing the creative and technical processes behind the scenes. Perfect for artists, students, educators, and anyone interested in experimental art practice. Listen to hear conversations that illumina ...
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Welcome to Tech News Daily, brought to you by Brief! Our AI selects the latest stories and top headlines and then delivers them to you each day in less than ten minutes (for more details, visit www.brief.news/how-it-works). Tune in to get your daily news of all things tech, including the latest developments in areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics, cybersecurity, gadgets, apps, and more. Whether you're a tech enthusiast, industry professional, or simply curious about the potential ...
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A podcast about unleashing the full potential in people and technology. When people and technology come together, the potential is limitless. But while everyone is used to hearing about the revolutionary impact of tech, it can be easy to forget about the people behind it all. This podcast shines a light on the human side of innovation, as co-hosts Aaron Brooks and Heather Haskin explore and reframe our relationship to technology.
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Putting new technology to use is an exciting prospect. But going from purchase to production isn’t always smooth—even when it’s something everyone is looking forward to. Code Comments covers the bumps, the hiccups, and the setbacks teams face when adjusting to new technology—and the triumphs they pull off once they really get going.
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Podomation

ISA - International Society of Automation

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Welcome to Podomation, a new podcast from ISA, the International Society of Automation. We will be covering all things automation and industrial cybersecurity.
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You can grab your weekly technology without having to geek out on TechTime with Nathan Mumm. The Technology Show for your commute, exercise, or drinking fun. Listen to the best 60 minutes of Technology News and Information in a segmented format while sipping a little Whiskey on the side. We cover Top Tech Stories with a funny spin, with information that will make you go Hmmm. Listen once a week and stay up-to-date on technology in the world without getting into the weeds. This Broadcast styl ...
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The Better Dental Life Podcast focuses on how dentists can transform their practices, their income and most importantly their lives. We take a deeper look into high-level, cutting edge practices and techniques within dentistry that other established dental professionals have used to boost their businesses, bringing you a podcast that serves as an overarching playbook of tactics and approaches that will help boost the income and reputation of anyone in the modern dental industry.
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RTP

Randstad Technologies New Zealand

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Lifting the visibility of the data industry, our podcast will provide you with the latest insights and developments of this ever-evolving topic.
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Cloud Unplugged

Jon Shanks, Jay Keshur

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Welcome to The Cloud Unplugged Podcast, hosted by Jon Shanks (CEO) and Jay Keshur (COO). The two co-founded software company Appvia, have backgrounds in engineering and platform development, with years of experience using Kubernetes. Here they take a light-hearted look at cloud engineering under the lens of platform teams. Discussing how developers, platform engineers, and businesses can leverage cloud-native software development practices successfully.
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CultureLab is an array of delights from the world of culture and the arts. Sometimes we interview the world’s most exciting authors about their fascinating books, other times we delve into the science behind a movie or TV show. New episodes every other Tuesday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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There is a lot to learn for anyone who is new to sales. This podcast is a mixture of chat, ideas and training that can help you to improve your sales performance and close more deals. You will learn from an experienced sales trainer and his guests about the things that they have learnt over their careers that can help you as you start your career in sales. Hoolock Consulting helps technology sales professionals to improve their performance through training and coaching so that they can win m ...
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Technology Untangled

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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Why isn't talking tech as simple, quick, and agile as its innovations promise to be? Technology Untangled is just that - a show that deciphers tech's rapid evolutions with one simple question in mind: what's really going to shape our future (and what's going to end up in the bargain bin with the floppy disc)? Join your host Michael Bird as he untangles innovation through a series of interviews, stories, and analyses with some of the industry's brightest brains. No marketing speak, no unneces ...
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The HR Data Labs® podcast is dedicated to Human Resource professionals hearing the latest thoughts of innovators and experts from around the world of business focusing on HR Process, Technology, Regulations, Data and Analytics. Sometimes we may get passionate or a little carried away, but we are always fun and insightful. Merch store at http://hrdatalabs.com. HR Data Labs is a registered trademark of David Turetsky. Reg. U.S. Pat. & TM Off.
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Surveillance Report

Techlore & The New Oil

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Weekly privacy and security news podcast - Presented by Techlore & The New Oil. The goal of Surveillance Report is keep the world updated on the latest privacy & security news to empower individuals to remain safe with the newest information. Join us for the ride! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Tech For Change

Radio One - HT Smartcast

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Very often technology is used for both, good and bad things. There is a constant flux between these two which can cause you to lose faith in technology. Tech for change will aim to restore that faith. Radio One radio host, Kay will introduce you to some innovative companies and go-getters who have used technology for the social good, social change and impact. Tune in to this podcast to find out how tech is changing the world for the better. This is a Radio One production, brought to you by H ...
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The marketing pros at Ortho Marketing share tips, tricks and best practices to enhance marketing efforts for your practice.Interviews, tips and new ways to take your practice to the next level can all be found here at Ortho Marketing's Podcast.
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What lies beyond understanding? Beyond certainty? Listen in to conversations between a.m. bhatt and colleagues, confidants, and important thinkers as they tackle questions both timely and timeless, and chat about maintaining your humanity in an ever-evolving world. You can find a.m. on Instagram and TikTok at @absurdwisdom. We are produced and distributed by DAE Presents, the production arm of DAE (@dae.community on Instagram and online at mydae.org).
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Brand & New is a podcast produced by the International Trademark Association (INTA) and focused on innovation. Published monthly, each episode consists of an open dialogue with experts, visionaries, and influential people from all over the world in order to learn more about the evolution of the legal and intellectual property ecosystem, its concepts, and all actual or potential consequences. Because we consider innovation as a pillar of INTA’s Strategic Plan, and because it is key to “walk t ...
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Game worlds differ from traditional fictional worlds. While literary and cinematic worlds are written to host character arcs and plots, game worlds need to be designed to host game mechanics. While Princess Leia, Mad Max and Daenerys Targaryen may leave their marks on their fictional worlds, it is YOU, the player, who will carve your personal exper…
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The Dangerous Art of Text Mining: A Methodology for Digital History (Cambridge UP, 2022) celebrates the bold new research now possible because of text mining: the art of counting words over time. However, this book also presents a warning: without help from the humanities, data science can distort the past and lead to perilous errors. The book open…
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Amalie Solande from Vertigo, a Copenhagen-based audiovisual artist collective, discusses their outdoor light installation, Siro, in this episode. The installation features a circle of large light tubes that change colour when approached by the audience, creating a magical and immersive experience.alAmalie so shares insights into the collaborative p…
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It’s little surprise a large number of Kiwi teachers didn't pass some high-school subjects. New research has found a quarter of new primary school teachers failed maths and more than half failed science at NCEA Level One. More than half who pursued Level Two maths also failed. The Teaching Council's calling for more investment and widespread change…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde breaks down the news that TSMC and ASML can remotely shut their equipment in the event of an invasion. Plus, Microsoft launches a new Team Co-Pilot AI tool. And, actress Scarlett Johansson pushes back against OpenAI and the eerily similar Sky voice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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The biggest architectural change to the humble chipset is underway. Its aim: deliver artificial intelligence to the PC. Host Aaron Brooks meets with Cameron Allen, partner account manager at Intel Canada, to get the details. We'll hear about all the reasons Intel is taking this quantum leap toward portable AI, herald the arrival of neural processin…
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Interest rate sentiment might have turned, but people are uncertain about the future of house prices and whether it's a good time to buy. A new ASB survey's found more people expect interest rates to fall rather than lift in the coming year. Senior Economist Kim Mundy says uncertainty is still high, and the economic outlook isn't very strong. She s…
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(0:10): Apple Unveils iOS 18 with Revolutionary AI Features at WWDC 2024: A Game-Changer in Tech Innovation (2:06): Elon Musk's xAI Secures $6 Billion, Valuation Soars to $24 Billion, Aims to Challenge Google and Microsoft (3:49): Google's AI Search Under Fire for Dangerous Misinformation; Urged to Improve Accuracy Amid User Concerns (5:56): AMD Un…
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Pope Francis has apologised after he was quoted using a derogatory term about gay men. It's alleged the Pope made the remark during a closed-door meeting with bishops in Rome last week. They were reportedly discussing whether gay men should be admitted to Catholic seminaries, where priests are trained. Europe correspondent Gavin Grey told Mike Hosk…
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When you bring a giant magnet to Mars, apocalyptic eruptions are just the beginning. In an attempt to suck out all of the iron from the red planet, Leah Crane and Chelsea Whyte end up shattering it like an Easter egg. Their new cosmic plaything, a U-shaped Wile E. Coyote-esque magnet, is used in various different ways for the purposes of complete a…
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David Seymour is urging students to stay in school tomorrow and not join protests across the country. Toitu Te Tiriti is urging Māori to strike countrywide across the New Zealand on Budget Day as a demonstration against a Government assault on Tangata Whenua and Te Tiriti. Multiple hikoi are planned, including rolling road blockages in Auckland and…
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The News Publishers Association remains optimistic the Fair Digital News Bargaining Bill will go through. A Select Committee's recommended the bill not be passed in its current form. The bill would force social media giants to pay for using news media. Media and Communications Minister Paul Goldsmith says they've not made a decision and it's still …
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The Dangerous Art of Text Mining: A Methodology for Digital History (Cambridge UP, 2022) celebrates the bold new research now possible because of text mining: the art of counting words over time. However, this book also presents a warning: without help from the humanities, data science can distort the past and lead to perilous errors. The book open…
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There is in certain circles a widely held belief that the only proper kind of knowledge is scientific knowledge. This belief often runs parallel to the notion that legitimate knowledge is obtained when a scientist follows a rigorous investigative procedure called the 'scientific method'. In Do the Humanities Create Knowledge? (Cambridge UP, 2023), …
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On this episode of International Horizons, Francesco Duina, Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology at Bates College and Luca Storti, Associate Professor of Economic Sociology at the University of Turin in Italy and a Research Fellow of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, discuss the rise of inequalities around the globe and the di…
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'Look before you leap' is often the difference between success and failure when it comes to adopting a new technology. When it comes to Copilot for Microsoft 365, the importance of assessing your organizational readiness before you implement can’t be overstated. On this episode of this miniseries on The Catalyst podcast, step into the 'Assess' phas…
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Nelson-based fuel company NPD has remained 100% Kiwi owned. The company left the hands of the founding family, selling a majority of the shares. One Kiwi in particular now owns the company, current CEO and longtime employee, Barry Sheridan. Sheridan told Mike Hosking that their goal is to bring the most competitive fuel prices they can as they expa…
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A public transport advocate believes we're paying the price for a lack of investment in trains. Only 22.5% of Wairarapa trains arrived within five minutes of being on schedule in April. It's a slight improvement from February, which had only around 5% of trains within target. Jon Reeves from the Public Transport Users Association told Mike Hosking …
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A struggle to staff the country's radiation oncology services is turning more cancer patients to private care. RNZ is reporting that a service caring for patients in five regions across the North Island is not allowed to recruit the staff it needs, despite recommendations from Te Whatu Ora. Cancer Society Co-Director Kate Gregory told Mike Hosking …
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(0:10): Apple's WWDC 2024: iOS 18 AI Features, iPhone 16 Pro Max Upgrades, and MacOS 15 Overhaul Unveiled (2:19): Elon Musk's xAI and Oracle to Build World's Largest AI Supercomputer by 2025 (4:02): Uvalde Families Sue Meta, Call of Duty, State Police on Shooting Anniversary, Sparking Tech and Violence Debate (5:53): Proxy Firm Urges Tesla Sharehol…
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Why do we believe our own truths so strongly? What is steel-manning, and why is it so important? What does any of this have to do with F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Keats, or the future of our society? This week's episode deals with polarization and what we might do about it. Join Eagleman and his guest Isaac Saul, who works to represent different poin…
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Graham Haynes, the Bahia, Brazil-based composer, cornetist, and bandleader, “expands and confounds what we understand as jazz and electronic music.” His work grows out of a keen sense of New York’s many histories of music and musical movement, (Graham Haynes’ Instagram.) Haynes has played with jazz luminaries like Vijay Iyer, the late Pharoah Sande…
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Episode 179: Microsoft's new invasive AI "feature" for Windows 11, how Apple & Google track your wifi router, an update to the iOS photo story, and more! Support us on Patreon Support us on Liberapay Monero: 46iGe5D49rpgH4dde32rmyWifMjw5sHy7V2mD9sXGDJgSWmAwQvuAuoD9KcLFKYFsLGLpzXQs1eABRShm1RZRnSy6HgbhQD Timestamps Sources 00:00 Introduction 00:25 Su…
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- Charles Leclerc’s first win since July 2022 - Max Verstappen started and finished the race sixth for Red Bull - Early crash took out Sergio Perez, Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc won the restarted Monaco Grand Prix from pole position today for his first Formula 1 victory in nearly two years. Leclerc was on pole …
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The secondary teachers union says the Government's pre-Budget teacher recruitment announcement is a good start but it needs to ramp up. Education Minister Erica Stanford's announced a 53-million dollar package to train and recruit 1500 teachers over four years. It includes establishing 1200 places for aspiring teachers to learn on the job. PPTA Pre…
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The UK Prime Minister has made a big pre-election promise - ahead of July's general election. The Conservative party wants to bring back 12 months of national mandatory military service. Eighteen year olds could choose between a fulltime military placement or one weekend a month of community service. Rishi Sunak's party has not stated the planned p…
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This week marks the conclusion to the Donald Trump Hush Money Trial in New York. The first criminal trial of former President Donald J Trump will have its closing arguments on Tuesday before Jurors have to decide to convict him. Mr Trump is accused of falsifying business records to cover up a hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels. Anthony …
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Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow breaks down SpaceX weighing a tender offer that would value the company at $200 billion. Plus, Alphabet and Meta are in talks with Hollywood studios to use their content for AI video generation, and Canva takes on Adobe users with work tools to speed up growth. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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#251 Hurricane season in the Atlantic ocean is set to be extremely active, according to forecasts. Expect to see as many as 25 named tropical storms, with many likely to become hurricanes. Find out how high sea surface temperatures and shifting El Niño conditions are creating the perfect conditions for a potentially record breaking season. The sun’…
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(0:10): Microsoft's AI Tool 'Recall' Under ICO Scrutiny; Windows 11 24H2 Update Brings Major Enhancements (2:45): OpenAI and News Corp Forge $250M Deal to Revolutionize News with AI-Powered ChatGPT (4:55): Amazon Unveils Alexa 2.0 with AI, New Subscriptions Amid Global AI Surge and Regulatory Moves (7:18): Tech Giants Unite in Seoul: Global Pledge …
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How do Asian nations exercise soft power in the Baltics? Soft power is a political strategy to influence other international relations actors by using a variety of political, economic, and cultural instruments. The rise of Asia aligns with its growing economic, political, and cultural influences worldwide, including in geographically distant Centra…
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The state of New Zealand’s economy is a disappointment. In a pre-Budget speech to the Employers and Manufacturers Association, Finance Minister Nicola Willis confirmed the Government had found savings to pay for tax cuts. However, she warned that the books are still in a structural deficit, with spending outpacing tax revenue. EMA CEO Brett O’Riley…
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Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer have hit the ground running in the UK. The leaders of the Conservative and Labour parties, respectively, are out and about ahead of the July 4 election. But Newstalk ZB UK correspondent Vincent McAviney told Mike Hosking that it hasn't been a smooth start for the Conservative leader. He says Sunak had an embarrassing fa…
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