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LSE: Public lectures and events

London School of Economics and Political Science

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The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.
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Central Time

Wisconsin Public Radio

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Hosted by Rob Ferrett, "Central Time" takes a unique approach to cover a variety of topics. Executive producer Dean Knetter and producers Tim Peterson, Colleen Leahy, Lorin Cox, Beatrice Lawrence, and Richelle Wilson explore the latest news, cultural trends, and explore ideas -- big and small -- finding the best guests to discuss these thought-provoking topics. Sarah Hopefl is the program's technical director.
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Brains On!® is a science podcast for curious kids and adults from American Public Media. Each week, a different kid co-host joins Molly Bloom to find answers to fascinating questions about the world sent in by listeners. Like, do dogs know they’re dogs? Or, why do feet stink? Plus, we have mystery sounds for you to guess, songs for you to dance to, and lots of facts -- all checked by experts.
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The Friday Reporter

Lisa Camooso Miller

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The Friday Reporter was created to better understand the news process from a journalist's point of view. After nearly three years, the guest list has expanded to include newsmakers, policymakers and image makers. It's a show about public affairs and the contours of how business is done. Lisa Camooso Miller is the host and a D.C.-based public affairs professional who is asking the questions.
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Conversations with prominent state and national newsmakers – politicians, advocates, analysts, academics and activists — about the news, events and public policy debates that shape life in North Carolina.
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Intended Consequences is the official podcast of the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy. The podcast discusses practical provincial and Canadian policy ideas that achieve the actual goals they are designed to achieve with interesting guests and experts. The Institute aims to combine political acuity with policy recommendations to provide a one-stop shop for expert policy advice that is politically practical and possible to implement. StrategyCorp is a consulting firm based o ...
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AMA Update

American Medical Association

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AMA Update is your source for physician-focused news. Hear from physicians and other experts on trending public health concerns, practice issues, and more. Because who’s doing the talking matters. Find all AMA podcasts at ama-assn.org/podcasts.
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Public Relations Review Podcast

Peter C Woolfolk, Producer & Host

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An award-winning podcast with host Peter Woolfolk discussing public relations topics, issues, and more with public relations professionals, educators, vendors, and others. Seasoned professionals provide expert content useful in your daily PR projects. Guests from around the U.S. {and some international} are interviewed, all while providing substantive information of interest to public relations professionals at all levels. Recently, the podcast won the UK's Innovation in Business's "Media In ...
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The Sweet Tea Series

Texas Public Policy Foundation

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Welcome to The Sweet Tea Series! For way too long, conservative girls of all different backgrounds, ages, and stories have been craving a space to spill the tea on policy in our country, pop culture, and girl talk! Consider this your VIP invite to the best party in the country. Grab your cutest cup, tune in to new episodes as they drop, and let’s spill the tea together with our hosts Taylor Dawson and Ariana Silva as they interview women who are shaping the future of the conservative movement!
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a16z Podcast

Andreessen Horowitz

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The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future – especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every week; visit a16z.com for more details and to sign up for our newsletters and other content as well!
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The Futures of Democracy

PBS: Public Broadcasting Service

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Is democracy in crisis, or are we simply at a turning point? In this series we explore what the challenges to democracy have been in recent years. Supported by PBS and the Institute for Humanities Research at Arizona State University, join co-hosts Nicole Anderson and Julian Knowles in a fortnightly podcast series that helps us to understand democracy in the 21st century context by going head-to-head with a number of experts on whether or not democracy has a future.
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TOP SECRET Personal Attention, SpyCast Listeners Known to be the podcast real spies listen to -(STOP)- eavesdrop on conversations with high level sources from around the world -(STOP)- spychiefs molehunters defectors covert operators analysts cyberwarriors and researchers debriefed by SPY Historian Hammond -(STOP) stories secrets tradecraft and technology discussed -(STOP)- HUMINT SIGINT OSINT IMINT GEOINT and more -(STOP)- rumored to be professional education internal communication and publ ...
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The Toastmasters Podcast

Bo Bennett, Ryan Levesque, and Greg Gazin

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The Toastmasters Podcast is like a radio talkshow featuring interviews with Toastmasters usually featured in the Toastmaster magazine. But unlike a radio show, a podcast is on the Internet, and available, for free, to anyone in the world with an Internet connection, and a connected device capable of playing audio. The Toastmasters Podcast is co-produced by Toastmasters International and Archieboy Holdings, LLC, for our global audience of Toastmasters and those interested in public speaking a ...
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Welcome to Data Brew by Databricks with Denny and Brooke! In this series, we explore various topics in the data and AI community and interview subject matter experts in data engineering/data science. So join us with your morning brew in hand and get ready to dive deep into data + AI! For this first season, we will be focusing on lakehouses – combining the key features of data warehouses, such as ACID transactions, with the scalability of data lakes, directly against low-cost object stores.
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OPEN Echoes

OPEN Publications

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OPEN Echoes reflects the original thoughts, analyses, and viewpoints shared by academics, thought leaders and non-military experts — spreading ideas, perspectives, and insights across the globe. It’s our hope that the insights shared in these episodes will help to impact and influence thinking and conversations long after you take off your headphones.
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Scheer Intelligence features thoughtful and provocative conversations with "American Originals" -- people who, through a lifetime of engagement with political issues, offer unique and often surprising perspectives on the day's most important issues.
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ICT Podcast

Anand Tamboli

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Innovation, communication, technology – a few key areas that are super important in today’s world. But no matter how much you talk about them, learn about them, and search about them, it doesn’t seem to be enough. There is always something new to learn and to practice. If you want to know what it takes to be a better innovator, better communicator, and leverage technology to make this world a better place, tune-in now. On this podcast, I bring new perspectives, ideas, tips, and techniques so ...
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The Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery podcast series highlights research published in the official peer-reviewed publication of the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery Foundation. Each podcast, which is moderated by the Editor in Chief and includes the Associate Editor and author of the paper, offers an in depth discussion about its significance to the global otolaryngology community and quality patient care.
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Story in the Public Square

Story in the Public Square

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“Story in the Public Square” is a year-round initiative to study and celebrate public storytelling. It features an annual conference, lectures, awards and student contests, as well as original scholarship about public storytelling and how those stories can affect the public debate. Story in the Public Square is a partnership between the Pell Center and The Providence Journal, and is directed by visiting fellow G. Wayne Miller with Pell Center executive director Jim Ludes.
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We can have the future we want—but we have to work for it. Soonish brings you stories and conversations showing how the choices we make together forge the technological world of tomorrow. From MIT-trained technology journalist Wade Roush. Learn more at soonishpodcast.org. We're a proud member of the Hub & Spoke audio collective! See hubspokeaudio.org.
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Capitol Report

Minnesota Senate Media Services

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Join Shannon Loehrke for Capitol Report, a weekly public affairs program featuring Minnesota state policymakers' perspectives on pressing state issues and pending legislation.
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Roger Bolton, formerly presenter of BBC Radio 4's 'Feedback' launches his very first podcast. Free from the constraints of broadcasting on the BBC, with a few more opinions and casting his net a little bit wider to encompass the whole of the BBC, Roger examines the issues that are facing the corporation and public service broadcasting. Find all our podcasts here And please support this podcast by subscribing here We also support VLV (Voice of the Listener and Viewer) which represents the int ...
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Historian David Borys dives deep into the fascinating world of Canadian history in this bi-weekly podcast exploring everything from the wonderful to the weird to the downright dark. Get add free content at Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Innovation Files: Where Tech Meets Public Policy

Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) — The Leading Think Tank for Science and Tech Policy

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Explore the intersection of technology, innovation, and public policy with the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), the world’s leading think tank for science and tech policy. Innovation Files serves up expert interviews, insights, and commentary on topics ranging from the broad economics of innovation to specific policy and regulatory questions about new technologies. Expect to hear some unconventional wisdom.
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The University of Bath podcasts are a series of public lectures available to download for free. Enhance your understanding of subjects ranging from how babies develop to the workings of the universe. Learn from academics and business and industry experts. The University of Bath is a leading UK insitution. We offer a distinctive blend of research-led teaching, an outstanding graduate employment record and personal development opportunties.
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Barry Oberholzer

Barry Oberholzer

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Barry Oberholzer is an American entrepreneur and former intelligence operative. He is the founder of the public safety company X.Labs, and also a former senior vice president of Defense Trading Solutions and creator of the TerrorMate, a terror and mass shooting alert app. https://tinyurl.com/3yebhh7k
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AI Wave

Trailblaze Media

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Welcome to the AI Wave: The Revolution From The Ocean State, the podcast that explores the impact of artificial intelligence on businesses in Rhode Island and beyond. Our mission is to empower businesses of all sizes, local policymakers, and Rhode Islanders with the knowledge and tools they need to harness the power of AI. We'll be diving into AI-driven marketing strategies, discussing how AI can revolutionize industries like tourism, manufacturing, and healthcare, and bringing in experts to ...
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Welcome to AI, Government, and the Future, a podcast by Corner Alliance. We explore the intersection of artificial intelligence, government, and the future with your host, Alan Pentz. Join us as we dive into the latest AI advancements, government policies, and innovative strategies to shape the future of our society. Whether you're a policy maker, venture capitalist, academic, or industry leader, this podcast will provide valuable insights and thought-provoking discussions to help you naviga ...
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Go back to school with the country's top professors lecturing on a variety of topics in American history. New episodes posted every Saturday evening. From C-SPAN, the network that brings you "After Words" and "C-SPAN's The Weekly" podcasts.
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Dive into the evolving world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the first episode in our new series, designed to cut through the hype and uncover the real impact of AI on public agencies. Lozano Smith’s Managing Partner, Karen M. Rezendes, along with Lozano Smith attorneys Robert A. Lomeli, Karina Demirchyan, and Nicholas J. Clair, offer a founda…
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Contributor(s): Professor Nello Cristianini | Instead, the prevailing form of machine intelligence is the direct result of a series of decisions that we have made over the past decades.These were shortcuts aimed at addressing various technical (and business) problems, and that are now behind many of the current concerns about the impact of this tec…
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Used to its full potential, artificial intelligence (AI) can assist employees, improve interactions with customers, and increase efficiency. Rob and Jackie sat down with Nitin Mittal, a principal with Deloitte Consulting, to discuss how AI is being used to enhance work environments. Mentioned Thomas H. Davenport and Nitin Mittal. All-in On AI: How …
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In early 2024, the notion of high fidelity, believable AI-generated video seemed a distant future to many. Yet, a mere few weeks into the year, OpenAI unveiled Sora, its new state of the art text-to-video model producing videos of up to 60 seconds. The output shattered expectations – even for other builders and researchers within generative AI – sp…
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We explore the key takeaways from this year’s State of the Tribe address. Then, a legal expert explains the Alabama Supreme Court Ruling that deemed frozen embryos are children. On Food Friday, we get advice for making better salads. And we wrap up with a look at attitudes about the economy from everyday people.…
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The 2023 legislature passed a law prohibiting school employees, including school resource officers (SROs), from using certain types of restraints on students. The law caused confusion among law enforcement and school officials, resulting in the removal of some SROs from schools. Senator Bonnie Westlin, DFL-Plymouth, and Senator Zach Duckworth, R-La…
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Emily Hanford is senior producer and correspondent for APM Reports. She's the host of the hit podcast, "Sold a Story," the second most shared show on Apple Podcasts in 2023 and Time Magazine top THREE podcasts of the year joins Lisa today for a conversation reading instruction. Her entire career has been dedicated to public radio -- much to her Eng…
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Britain is facing a teacher retention and recruitment crisis which has the potential to severely impact schools' ability to provide quality education to all students. The latest workforce survey by the Department for Education (DfE) indicates that record numbers of teachers working in state schools – about one in ten – left the profession for reaso…
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Why should AI be in classrooms? How do you integrate AI into a curriculum? AI tools for medical education, using AI in medical training and how AI can help you study. Our guest is Marc Triola, MD, associate dean of education informatics and director of the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. American M…
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In this conversation, Nathan is joined by Azeem Azhar, founder and writer of the Exponential View. They discuss why startups are likely to drive the true disruption in the industry, what forward thinking leaders are doing today to retrain their teams for AI, why Azeem agrees with Sam Altman’s comments that AGI will likely arrive soon, new governanc…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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Anna McNamee, an award-winning Canadian journalist and writer with a background in BBC radio, is the Executive Director of the Sandford St Martin Trust, dedicated to promoting excellence in religious broadcasting. We discuss the new Media Bill, the importance of religious literacy, the decline in programming on religion and ethics, commissioning pr…
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The launch of ChatGPT has forced organizations and institutions across the economy to ask themselves what generative AI means for them in terms of risks and opportunities. Governments and regulators find themselves asking similar questions. Artificial intelligence “going mainstream” because of ChatGPT accelerated regulatory efforts and shaped the p…
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Dr. Fred Oswald, Professor and Herbert S. Autrey Chair in Social Sciences in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Rice University, joins this episode of AI, Government, and the Future by Alan Pentz to explore the potential impact of AI on workforce performance, how bridging AI's potential and human expertise enhances productivity, and AI eth…
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Has the CDC updated COVID guidelines? How long do you have to quarantine? Can adults catch measles? Is the bubonic plague still around? More on: CDC 5 day isolation, measles transmission, Oregon bubonic plague case, plus Alaskapox virus. Out guest is AMA's Vice President of Science, Medicine and Public Health, Andrea Garcia, JD, MPH. American Medic…
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In this episode, Zvi Mowshowitz returns to the show to discuss OpenAI’s Sora model, Google’s Gemini announcement, Anthropic’s Sleeper Agents, and other live player analysis. Try the Brave search API for free for up to 2000 queries per month at https://brave.com/api Definitely also take a moment to subscribe to Zvi's blog Don't Worry About the Vase …
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Summary Dr. Ursula Wilder (LinkedIn) joins Andrew (X; LinkedIn) to discuss the intersections between psychology and intelligence. Ursula is a clinical psychologist with over two decades of experience working at the Central Intelligence Agency. What You’ll Learn Intelligence How psychology can be useful to national security Historical examples of le…
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One of the most talked about shows currently available is Masters of the Air. A program detailing the lives of American bomber crews serving in the US Army Air Force during WW2. In today’s episode, I bring on a past guest of CCH, historian Alex Fitzgerald-Black, to talk about the Canadian version of Masters of the Air. While the Americans bombed du…
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Sand! We use it to make all kinds of things, from spectacular sandcastles to roads and bridges. But where does it come from? And why is the sand on so many beaches disappearing? In this episode, Molly and co-host Leon head to the beach to explore the secrets of sand. They run into the ultimate sand STAN Sanden Totten and discover what it's made of.…
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While quantum computing technology is maturing more slowly than other innovations, its potential is vast. Rob and Jackie sat down with Murray Thom, vice president of product management at D-Wave, to discuss quantum computing applications already being put into place, and possible advancements in the future. Mentioned Hodan Omaar. “The U.S. Approach…
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Senior Counsel Douglas Keith (Courtesy photo: Brennan Center) Throughout most of U.S. history, state courts (and judicial elections) have seldom been the site of pitched political battles. While these courts regularly issued important rulings with significant impacts on public policy debates, the judges and justices who served on these courts were …
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Rev. Suzanne Parker Miller (Courtesy photo) North Carolina’s long running Leandro school funding case is headed back before the state Supreme Court this week and Newsline discusses why this has supporters of our public schools deeply concerned with the head of the group Pastors for North Carolina Children, the Rev. Suzanne Parker Miller. The post R…
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After a long hiatus, Soonish is back for a celebration: this is the 50th full episode of the show! (I’m not counting a few bonus episodes in that total.) Tamar Avishai, creator and host of the Hub & Spoke podcast The Lonely Palette, joins this time as co-host to help us take a look back at the first 49 episodes of the show. She quizzes me on the ac…
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Discover the future of public relations as host Peter Woolfolk explores the innovative mind of Matt Kershaw, Vice President--Strategy with DID, Creative Reality Studio. In an industry where engagement is key, we unravel how artificial intelligence is not just a tool but a game-changer, bringing digital humans and AI-generated videos to the forefron…
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Why is maternal mortality so high in the US? How do you treat pregnancy-induced hypertension? How at-home blood pressure readings can reduce maternal mortality.Our guest is Veronica Gillispie-Bell, MD, head of women's services at Ochsner Medical Center-Kenner. Dr. Gillispie-Bell also discusses proposed legislation to increase access to remote monit…
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Catherine Johnson, Professor of Media and Communications at the University of Leeds, author of the book ‘Online TV’, and a member of the Department of Culture, Media and Sports College of experts discusses the decline in PSB revenue, reliance on tech giants for distribution, the Media Bill, Ofcom and BBC funding. “I think part of the problem is tha…
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Ariana is joined by Joshua Treviño, Chief of Intelligence and Research at TPPF, to talk all about his recent trip to Mexico, the Texas-Mexico relationship, and the ongoing political corruption in Mexico. Plus, they discuss the Super Bowl, reactions to Usher's halftime show performance, and the theory that Taylor Swift is really a psyop.…
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It was a sweet and bipartisan start to the 2024 legislative session, initiated by Governor Tim Walz sharing homemade apple blondies with lawmakers. After the gavel, Senate leaders offered hopeful sentiments for a cooperative session, followed by press events outlying their respective outlooks for the coming months. The Senate tax chair, one of the …
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Note: This conversation contains themes of suicidal ideation, in the context of academic research. Please watch from (21:41) onwards if you would like to skip past this content. In this conversation, Nathan sits down with Eugenia Kuyda, Replika's Founder and CEO. They discuss recent research published in Nature conducted by Stanford on Replika user…
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The electric grid needs an update. In this explainer, a16z Partner Ryan McEntush discusses the escalating complexity of the grid, unveils its vulnerabilities, and traces the evolutionary path that has led us to this point. From the surging demands of AI to outdated infrastructure, we delve into the potential roles of cutting-edge technologies such …
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Catherine Johnson, Professor of Media and Communications at the University of Leeds, author of the book ‘Online TV’, and a member of the Department of Culture, Media and Sports College of experts discusses the decline in PSB revenue, reliance on tech giants for distribution, the Media Bill, Ofcom and BBC funding. “I think part of the problem is tha…
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