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The Future is Human With Cheryl Cran

Cheryl Cran - Founder of NextMapping

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Join Cheryl Cran founder of NextMapping a future of work consultancy and author of ten books including Super.Crucial.Human, NextMapping and The Art of Change Leadership. In this podcast Cheryl Cran shares insights on the future of all things including society, family, work, and more. Guests include humanists, behavioural scientists, psychologist, social scientists, artists and more. www.nextmapping.com
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Amazingly interesting fact podcasts. From most amazing people to future technology creations to facts about amazing mysteries, if it’s amazing, we'll explore it. Oh, and there's a splash of humor thrown in too. You'll be amazed at our mind-blowing array of fun facts and condensed lists.
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rational vc

Cyrus Yari and Iman Olya

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Every episode we explore a Lindy book, and find ideas you can use in business and life. rationalvc.com. Learn from history's greatest intellectuals, investors, scientists, and founders. “Rationality is not just something you do so that you can make more money, it is a binding principle. Rationality is a really good idea. You must avoid the nonsense that is conventional in one’s own time. It requires developing systems of thought that improve your batting average over time… And in my whole li ...
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Science Will Win is a podcast that takes listeners under the microscope of some of the most promising medical innovations, exploring therapies that have the potential to shape the future of healthcare and offer new hope to patients around the world. Through conversations with a diverse line-up of guests, including scientists and experts, patient advocates, and, most importantly, patients themselves, each miniseries will focus on a unique healthcare challenge, diving into the fascinating scie ...
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Renowned plastic surgeon and aesthetics industry entrepreneur, Dr. Grant Stevens, brings you The Technology of Beauty — your new source for the very latest in aesthetic technology. On this podcast, Dr. Stevens will give listeners a look into his world, through exclusive interviews with the doctors, founders, inventors, and scientists who are shaping the future of aesthetics. Subscribe now and don't miss an episode!
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I’m a scientist creating the batteries of the future in my day job. On the ”Wolf of Young Street” podcast, you get unfiltered access to basically anything that makes me curious. So, I might talk to the CEO of a company making human tissue one week (that was episode #3.) and the next week you’ll catch me talking to an investment analyst. We’ve got range around here. Join me and my invited guests every week for conversations on entrepreneurship, technology, pop culture, and all things related ...
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Sage Against the Machine

Irene Tsouprake, Sandy Skees

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This is a conversation for people who are looking for a roadmap to a more equitable society and regenerative future. As women of a certain age, we’re embracing wisdom as our currency. Our guests will explore new thinking and alternative paradigms, both modern and ancient, across cultural, biological, economic and political systems, and will include artists, scientists, tacticians, thinkers and advocates. Our aim is to provide hope through amplifying systems that increase the health and wellb ...
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Forestcast

USDA Forest Service

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Explore the largest forest research organization in the world alongside scientists studying, questioning, and solving some of today's most compelling forest issues. Through stories, interviews, and special series, learn what’s happening in your forests, and where those forest ecosystems might be headed. Season 4: Afire A 360-degree introduction to fire from a scientific standpoint. The story of how fire research shapes our landscapes and our lives. Season 3: Women of Research Highlighting wo ...
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Hey there, audience! This is the Investing to WIN podcast, the show dedicated to inspiring budding entrepreneurs and business owners to live balanced, fulfilled lives. Our guests share their personal journeys, struggles, adversity and success stories. If you're a person that is working too hard, thinking of change or looking towards a future goal, you've come to the right place! This show is committed to offering honest conversations to discuss common sense strategies and professional guidan ...
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The Double Docs Podcast is about all things MD/PhD! We are three MD/PhD students at UCLA/Caltech looking to share our experiences and what one can expect as a dual degree student. We hope our podcast helps provide insight into these programs as well as helpful tips for undergrad research, med school applications, and more. You'll also hear from our amazing classmates and faculty who'll join us each week to provide their unique perspectives. We hope you get something out of listening and look ...
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Science Night

Riverpower Podcast Mill

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Science! What is it? Who does it? Why does it matter? At the Science Night Podcast, we highlight the people doing the work, and give them a place to tell their stories. We also cover science news and discoveries to keep you up on all the amazing things that are happening.
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Award-winning comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean is joined by funny and fascinating comedians, doctors, scientists, and historians to celebrate medicine's inspiring past, present and future. In each programme, Kiri challenges her guests to make a case for what they think is 'the best medicine', and each of them champions anything from world-changing science to an obscure invention, an every-day treatment, an uplifting worldview, an unsung hero or a futuristic cure. Whether it's micro-robotic sur ...
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EcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media. Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We investigate solutions for social, environmental, and climate issues with an eye to advance human health, steward wild landscapes, and solve the climate crisis across the USA and the world. Featured weekly on KPFK Los Angeles and KP ...
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Postpartum University® Podcast

Maranda Bower, Postpartum Nutrition Specialist

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** Top Ranking Show in Both Parenting + Nutrition** Let's face it, the "healthcare" system doesn't care about your postpartum health. Postpartum depression, anxiety, and autoimmune disease have become normal in motherhood. And it's time to start telling the truth. It's time to get real answers. The Postpartum University® Podcast is a place you can get evidence-based information you not only need but deserve. Hosted by Maranda Bower, a biology student turned scientist who's work, education, a ...
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The Foundation

Dzhozef Konrad

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The Foundation podcast feature talks with tech founders, investors and scientist about long-term thinking, big technological solutions and crazy ideas that will influence future generations during the next 1000 years.
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Psych Tech @ Work

Dr. Charles Handler

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Science 4-Hire is now Psych Tech @ Work! - a podcast about safe innovation at the intersection of psychological science, technology, and the future of work. Psych Tech @ Work promotes safe technological innovation and human/machine partnerships as an essential force in creating equilibrium and between psychology and commerce. Maintaining this balance in a time of unprecedented change is essential for ensuring that the future of work is ethical, positive, and prosperous. Creating such a futur ...
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Historian and novelist Ada Palmer and author and vocateur reader Jo Walton interview other fiction authors, historians, scientists, editors, and friends, interspersed with bonus episodes where they discuss topics such as history, gelato, and the craft of writing.
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Artificial Intelligence has suddenly gone from the fringes of science to being everywhere. So how did we get here? And where's this all heading? In this new series of Science Friction, we're finding out.
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At this moment of inflection in technology, co-hosts Elad Gil and Sarah Guo talk to the world's leading AI engineers, researchers and founders about the biggest questions: How far away is AGI? What markets are at risk for disruption? How will commerce, culture, and society change? What’s happening in state-of-the-art in research? “No Priors” is your guide to the AI revolution. Email feedback to show@no-priors.com. Sarah Guo is a startup investor and the founder of Conviction, an investment f ...
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Necessary Tomorrows

Al Jazeera Media Network

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Ursula, an AI instructor from the future, encourages listeners to study the turbulent 2020s. Mixing speculative fiction and documentary, leading sci-fi authors bring us three futures that seem like fantasy: animals are people, capitalism is banned from outer space and humans and AI have become kin. We meet the writers who dream of these futures and the activists, scientists and thinkers who are turning fiction into fact. Show Credits: The Necessary Tomorrows podcast is from Doha Debates and ...
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True life survivor stories given by the survivor recorded in their own words. Therapy even works when doing any of the conventional cancer treatments at the same time. PH Therapy therapy is based on real research: Just Google these Doctors below for more information on this subject. IT REALLY WORKS!!! Dr. Otto Heinrich Warburg (won the Nobel prize for his research) Aubrey Keith Brewer, Ph.D (Research Scientist on this subject) H.E. Sartori, M.D. (doctor who applied this therapy to his patien ...
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As the climate crisis deepens, we are becoming more aware of just how badly we have failed to respect our most precious asset: nature. We depend entirely on it for our food, our air, our water and our shelter, and yet, we have been neglecting and exploiting nature for decades, even centuries. Nature-based solutions (NbS) promise to redress the balance by restoring habitats and ecosystems. In doing so, we can tackle the biodiversity crisis, meet our climate targets, adapt to flood and drought ...
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SYDtheKID

SYDtheKID

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Hey! I am an American who use to live in South Korea and South Africa. I am an educator, scientist, and enthusiast of all things that I am passionate about (music, travel, food, etc). I hope you tune in about living abroad and different aspects of my life. Feel free to send in questions or topics to my Twitter if Instagram @sydthekid7675. Also feel free to check out my YouTube channel youtube.com/c/SYDtheKID7675
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(In Press)

In Press Media

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(In Press) is a podcast and blog about current STEM research, by and for early career researchers. We give early career scientists a platform to present their work as it happens, in their own words.
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Cult of Reason is a podcast of long form conversations with intellectuals, subculture personalities, artists, and scientists in various fields who share their insight and unique perspectives on a wide variety of complex topics related to science, philosophy, art, psychology, social dynamics, and medicine.​
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The Science Behind Science brings you an alternate perspective on the world of science. We look from the outside, in. Giving you the perspective of a normal person and interesting scientists, trailblazing in their given fields.
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This is Engenius, a podcast brought to you by Engineers without Borders Bristol. At Engenius, we explore the future, by talking with the pioneering engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs and innovators of today. Check out our episodes to meet people whose jobs change the world, in fields as diverse as robotics, energy, aerospace, healthcare, agriculture and the built environment. We explore their backgrounds, their motivations, and the impact their work will have on our lives, and on our plane ...
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Explain the Brain

Explain the Brain

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From The Mind Science Foundation (mindscience.org), a little show that asks big questions about our minds, with help from the boldest scientists in neuroscience and psychology. Produced and hosted by public radio reporter Audrey Quinn.
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Myoclonic Jerk

Daniel Kaufman

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"Beautifully made... brilliantly original," says The Telegraph. A 20-part public-radio-style series that asks big questions about life and how to live it. Ex-lawyer/comedian Daniel Kaufman takes on a different subject each episode using monologue, stories, interviews, music, and more. This show is made with a lot of love and care (and OCD) and new episodes come out very infrequently, but they will keep coming, so be sure to subscribe to get all future episodes. You can also be notified of ne ...
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Eden

Phil Rossi

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The tree is beautiful and they call her Eden. Her branches reach for the stars. She is like all other trees on planet Earth save for her enormous size. Still, she has leaves and she has bark. She turns sunlight into life. But this tree does not sprout from the dirt. Eden fills the sky, high in orbit above the blue expanse of Uranus. There she changes humanity's very concept of extraterrestrial life. Dr. Malcolm Green is sent to Eden to audit a science team studying this extraordinary tree fr ...
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Textiles matter! It is the most ubiquitous and powerful material we live with - it has the power to fulfil both our senses and our soul. Join Mili Tharakan, a Smart Textiles designer and researcher with 20+ years experience, as she speaks to textile makers, engineers, bio-chemists, material scientists, artists, innovators and others who are pushing the boundaries of the Textile and Fashion industry by creating textiles that challenge the very meaning, role and function of fabrics as we know ...
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The PPE Podcast

Adam Smith Center

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The Governance & Policy Podcast is brought to you by the Adam Smith Center, and aims to promote the learning of PPE in the classical liberal tradition. We speak to leading economists, political scientists and thought leaders, and unveil the invisible hand of the market.
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Join Boost VC’s Founder & Managing Director Adam Draper, to learn about emerging technology from leading figures in the industry. Each episode we interview founders and investors to explore topics like startup strategy and venture capital, as well as incredible technology like bitcoin, virtual reality, AI, exoskeletons, drones, space and more.
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In the digital age, businesses run on data. Especially at a time when workers are distributed across the globe, it's more important than ever that teams have access to the data they need, when they need it, wherever they are. In this show, we explore the world of decentralized data and the issues it raises for doing business in the 21st century. Host Molly Presley talks with a fascinating lineup of guests, including scientists, business leaders, and thinkers at the cutting edge of data scien ...
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Art of Interference

The AoI Collaboratory

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Art of Interference explores creative responses to climate change. We feature artists whose images, sounds, and performances encourage us to retune the relations of nature and technology, the human and the non-human. We ask climate scientists about their research and how it chimes with the interventions of contemporary artists. Additionally, we speak to activists, cultural critics, and policymakers about the need to develop a new ethics appropriate to our twenty-first century of planetary cr ...
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Inspiring Research Podcast

James Eves & Michelle Minnikin

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A podcast to showcase some of the best social science research in the North East of England and Northern Ireland from institutions across the NINE Doctoral Training Partnership, including the Universities of Durham, Newcastle, Northumbria, Teesside, Ulster, Sunderland, and Queen’s Belfast. A selection of social scientists present their ideas and findings on a broad range of topics that can be relevant to businesses in many ways. We hope these conversations will bring research to a new audien ...
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Visionary scientist Dr. Bruce Damer is pursuing two great questions: how did life on Earth begin, and how can we give life (and ourselves) a sustainable path forward into the cosmos? Follow him on this personal podcast diary through decades of adventures to the edges of the Earth, deep into space and inward, beyond the bounds of consciousness.
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Welcome to the DS Without The BS podcast from Dstillery, the leading custom audience solutions company, empowering brands and their agencies to maximize the value of customer data and transform the way they connect with their audiences. In each episode, our data scientists will help cut through the hype of AI and machine learning, demystifying these concepts for marketers through the lens of politics, sports sponsorships, and more. Enjoy!
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Welcome to Looking Around The Corner, which focuses on the entrepreneurial spirit and how it shapes our collective future. I talk to guests about ideas, innovations, and frameworks that can be deeply impactful and game-changing. I am a physician by trade, but a science and tech geek by heart. No medical advice here and all views are my own. Host: Falgun Chokshi. Sign up for the newsletter at https://latc.substack.com/. Watch videos of the podcasts on Youtube: https://bit.ly/3rzgBNf Support t ...
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Henry Beam Piper’s book “Five Sci-Fi Short Stories“ is a collection of: The Answer, Temple Trouble, Flight From Tomorrow, Police Operation and Graveyard of Dreams. “The Answer” is about two nuclear scientists who have successfully made a very powerful weapon and are planning to drop it from space on un-expecting earthlings. The story is set in 1984, many years after a supposed nuclear war between the US and the Soviet Union had ended. The stories "Temple Trouble" and "Police Operation" deal ...
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A science fiction novel first published in 1895, The Time Machine was the first depiction of time travel, and the reason Wells consequently coined the term “time machine” which is now universally recognized. Furthermore it is considered to be one of the precursors to the science fiction genre and the Dying Earth subgenre. An undeniable classic, the novel offers a gripping plot, speculation, and an innovative portrayal of man’s hopes, fears, and human nature in general. The tale opens with th ...
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The most in-depth podcast on how we can make the future of food sustainability. Each topic is covered in a season of 12 episodes covering different perspectives, geographies, and solutions. Go ahead and binge-listen to seasons - 1. cell-based meat, 2. sustainable packaging, 3. consumer acceptance, 4. food waste, 5. food history for the future of food, 6. biotechnology, and 7. book talks on the food system. Hosted by science and technology historian Marina Schmidt. Let's move the food industr ...
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1. Neya - Too Deep 2. Amari Noelle & Jacob Latimore - Would'nt Do 2 3. Ann Marie - Therapy 4. Jhené Aiko, Meek Mill, Young Thug - Someone To Love 5. Rihanna - Needed Me (Amapiano Remix) 6. Krishawna - I Let Cha 7. Alexia Jayy - I Need a Man 8. Nelccia - Options 9. K. Michelle - You 10. Daniel Caesar - Valentina 11. Eric Bellinger - Sum 2 See 12. Zeina - Nasty 13. Aqyila - Hello 14. Jacquees - I Remember 15. Kimberly Brewer feat. Joe & Stevie Wonder) - Don't Make Me Wait Too Long 16. Jully Bl ...
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How Science Matters

Burnet Institute

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Helping us to make sense of the many impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic through science. Why is it so hard to crush this pandemic and will we solve this complex problem? Digging through the science of the coronavirus and other infectious diseases, we look at how we got here, and what comes next. In these uncertain times, this 8-part series shares the stories of Australian scientists to help make sense of a mutating virus and to give us hope. This is a science podcast from Burnet Institute, a ...
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The signature program of the nonprofit, Advancing the Interests of Animals (AIA), is its weekly, one-hour nationally syndicated radio show, Animals Today. Currently in its seventh continuous year, this show provides a worldwide platform where individuals and organizations concerned about the welfare of animals can present their viewpoints and promote their causes. It is a communication hub where listeners learn about a wide variety of animal welfare issues as well as the actions they can tak ...
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What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? Some of the world's greatest educators, researchers, and community leaders share their stories and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
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There are so many postpartum depression misconceptions and myths that are believed to be the truth. And it's damaging to women everywhere and our society. It's time to face the facts of this condition that has become far too common and is completely treatable. In this episode we're talking about: Understanding Why Postpartum Depression Is Treatable…
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What is the universe made of? Where does space dust come from? And how exactly might one go about putting on a one-man-show about Sir Isaac Newton? These are all questions that Mike Edmunds, Emeritus Professor of Astrophysics at Cardiff University and President of the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS), has tackled during his distinguished career. An…
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In this episode, Landscape Architecture Professor Rod Barnett based in Aotearoa New Zealand shares his provocative insights on the role of landscape design in the Anthropocene with our host, Carry Kim. With a focus on indigeneity and community sovereignty, Rod delves into the history and future of landscape architecture, its impact on social ecolog…
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A healthy diet of Bear Grylls, Indiana Jones, and the SAW franchise may have left you quietly confident that you’d be able to outsmart a death trap, but today I’m putting that to the test. Let's dive into the deadly depths of booby-trapped temples, using every bit of knowledge and instinct you have to survive. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcirc…
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Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction. And by the end of this episode, you'll understand just how true that is. With an endless supply of eyebrow-raising news stories to choose from, there's never a shortage of people getting up to truly bizarre stuff. So if news of the weird is your kind of thing, stay tuned in this episode of ridiculous news…
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I am excited to welcome Harry Carr, CEO of Vicinity, to the podcast on this week's episode. Vicnity is a software company that is accelerating the time it takes to access remote data sources from anywhere. Harry talks about why hybrid cloud exists, examples of accelerated data access from the edge, and what the future of data architecturtes looks l…
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My Guest this week is Simon Belanger. He is one half of the "Canadian Investor Podcast". In this episode he breaks down the fundamentals of stock investing, retirement planning, and we delve into some interesting investing debates including: ETFs vs Mutual funds Real Estate vs Stocks Reach out to Simon on X/ Twitter: @fiat_iceberg Sources of great …
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Multimodal models are making it possible to create AI art and augment creativity across artistic mediums. This week on No Priors, Sarah and Elad talk with Suhail Doshi, the founder of Playground AI, an image generator and editor. Playground AI has been open-sourcing foundation diffusion models, most recently releasing Playground V2.5. In this episo…
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Throughout history, humans have coalesced around moonshot culture to achieve audacious goals—from eradicating smallpox, to sequencing the human genome, to landing a spacecraft on Mars. These feats of human ingenuity didn’t happen in a vacuum, they were born from intentional innovation, a “coalition of the willing,” and a vision to outdo yesterday. …
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Podcasting has exploded in the last 5 years, with every celebrity, brand, and influencer investing in audio. It’s estimated that 144MM people in the U.S. listen to a podcast monthly. With scale and an ability to build audience connections, podcasts have become effective at communicating complex information in a digestible way–making them perfect fo…
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In a live taping of the Science Will Win podcast, Host and Artificial Intelligence Expert Jeremiah Owyang speaks to cutting-edge healthcare leaders about the impact that AI is having on the future of cancer. Thirty years ago, the thought of a world without cancer was nothing more than a dream. Similarly, AI was considered a technology that had yet …
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For most of us, the future inevitably means getting old and swapping our health for wrinkles. But some creatures on Earth can resist ageing to an unbelievable extent, and some even escape it entirely. We can learn a lot from Earth’s oldest life forms, as they could hold the secrets to immortality. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands…
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Quote: We talk about the effect of technology on everything, but ultimately, it's the people that matter." This theme has shown up repeatedly, emphasizing that technology doesn't have uniform effects; we have to consider the psychology of implementation, how it's used, and its context​​. Summary: In a thought-provoking episode of "People, Science, …
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Indigenous tribes gained their unique understanding of fire, and the role of fire on the landscape, long before European settlers came to what is now called North America. Since then, the relationship between federal fire management and indigenous perspectives has often been one of misunderstanding and mistrust. On Episode 2 of "Afire," join Forest…
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Join me in this episode with Brad Breininger EVP of Believeco where we talk about the biggest challenges leaders are facing and how to turn those challenges into opportunities. It's a challenging era in the world of work and being a leader requires more energy and stamina than ever before - listen in to hear some ideas on how to have a resilient mi…
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Podcast Episode Title: "From Sobriety Houses to Coliving: Grant Shipman's Trailblazing Real Estate Journey" Summary: Dive into the world of coliving with Grant Shipman, an expert property manager and investor revolutionizing single living. Discover how Grant’s innovative approach to coliving not only maximizes returns but caters to a growing trend …
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Dr. Shivani Gupta brings a wealth of knowledge on Ayurvedic postpartum care, blending Eastern and Western practices for optimal well-being. In this conversation, look forward to: Understanding Ayurveda: Dr. Gupta introduces Ayurveda, a holistic system of medicine over 5,000 years old, encompassing mind-body constitution, circadian rhythms, herbolog…
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With 86 billion nerve cells joined together in a network of 100 trillion connections, the human brain is the most complex system in the known universe. Dr. Hannah Critchlow is an internationally acclaimed neuroscientist who has spent her career demystifying and explaining the brain to audiences around the world. Through her writing, broadcasting an…
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"Toxic Exposure: The Monsanto Roundup Trials, and the Search for Justice," reveals the dark side of the world's most widely used herbicide. Jessica Aldridge interviewed Dr. Chadi Nabhan in 2023, who offered his expert insights on the link between glyphosate and cancer, the landmark legal battles against Monsanto, and the ongoing struggle for enviro…
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Throughout human history, influential groups have used their power to hide secrets from the rest of us. From treasures hidden away in ancient tombs to documents kept under lock and key in bombproof vaults, let’s blast open some intriguing mysteries that are locked away. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://…
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North Korea is a country that’s riddled with inefficiencies, all in the name of making the country appear like a prosperous and powerful nation. And it’s the people that this duty falls on. From stone polishers to puddle sweepers, let’s explore some of the useless jobs that exist in North Korea. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands P…
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Welcome back to another podcast episode of Data Unchained! Adam Marko recently joined the Hammerspace team as the Field CTO of Life Sciences to talk about data storage and infrastructure in the biology and life sciences space as well as what he is hoping to accomplish in his new Hammerspace role. #data #podcast #ai #artificialintelligence #datascie…
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This week, my guest is Diana Vazquez. She is an image consultant and personal shopper. We delve into the nuances of creating the ideal tinder profile and discuss the challenges people often encounter when trying to look the part. Overall, image consulting is about showing the best you. Even with a small budget, an image consultant may be able to do…
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This week on a host-only episode of No Priors, Sarah and Elad discuss the AI wave as compared to the internet wave, the current state of AI investing, the foundation model landscape, voice and video AI, advances in agentic systems, prosumer applications, and the Microsoft/Inflection deal. Have a question for our next host-only episode or feedback f…
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At-home DNA-testing kits like 23andMe and AncestryDNA give you the once-in-a-lifetime chance to spit in a tube, wait a few weeks, and learn all there is to know about your family history. But what happens when you get more than what you bargained for? Unearthing buried secrets, unwanted truths, and shocking relations, here are some serious DNA test…
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This week Laura, Tessa and Michael dive deep into a thoughtful discussion about building a happier and more meaningful life through work with special guest Stephanie Harrison. Stephanie founded The New Happy, an educational platform focused on sharing a new philosophy of happiness based on positive psychology research. She shares her career journey…
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Fusion energy week is happening during the first week of May! To get ready, Dr. Diem is talking about a new design that may improve the Stellarator design and a new record for the KSTAR. We're also talking about our experience during the 2024 solar eclipse, and we have a strange new milk that will be sure to haunt your dreams. Your Hosts James Reed…
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Fire is a form all of its own, but a simple way to understand fire is as a swarm. A swarm of bees. Or starlings. Or mosquitos. A spreading fire is a swarm of ignitions, a series of small fires over and over. Season 4 of Forestcast is a series of fires, a series of voices. It’s a 360-degree introduction to fire from a scientific standpoint. The stor…
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Podcast Episode Title: "Swiping Right on Property: The Story Behind Investium, The Tinder of Real Estate Investing" Summary: Join us as we dive into the world of collective real estate investment with Jonathan Faerman, the founder of Investium. Discover how this innovative platform is breaking down barriers and connecting investors like never befor…
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Join me and my co-founder of Super.Crucial.Leader retreat for a great discussion on the importance of a clearly defined leadership brand. People need to know what you stand for and who you are and its never been more important than now and for the future.By Cheryl Cran - Founder of NextMapping
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The reputation of the nuclear industry has had highs and lows during the career of Dr Fiona Rayment, the President of the Nuclear Institute. But nowadays the role of nuclear science and engineering has become more widely accepted in the quest for carbon net zero. Growing up in Hamilton, Scotland during a time of energy insecurity, Fiona was determi…
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Our guest on the podcast today is a true expert and changemaker for regenerative agriculture, and climate change as a whole! Fin Makepeace is a soil health advocate and Kiss the Ground cofounder. Fin went from passionate regenerative agriculture evangelist to building an educational non-profit that’s trained hundreds of citizen soil advocates. He’s…
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Join host Carry Kim as she welcomes biomimicry expert Anne LaForti to discuss the transformative power of looking to nature for answers. Learn how biomimicry isn't just about emulating nature's aesthetics but understanding its functional mechanisms for survival and thriving. Unpack the principles of biomimicry, its implications for industries, and …
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So many of you have reached out to follow up about the recent hospital stay my family experienced while my youngest daughter was treated for a severe bout of stomach illness. Here I'm recounting those events as a way of educating what to be on the lookout for when it comes to managing illness at home and when to decide to receive medical interventi…
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Like humans, animals can hold grudges. They’re just as capable at taking sweet revenge as we are. And they can be even more petty than your passive-aggressive post-it notes to your messy roommate. Let's investigate the animals that got tired of human domination and decided to settle the score a little bit. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.c…
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I am excited to share this latest episode of the Data Unchained podcast where I interviewed Eric Herzog. Eric is the Chief Marketing Officer at Infinidat and joins us to talk about what the data workloads look like at fortune 1000 companies, his insights on the future of data storage, and why Infinidat partnered with Hammerspace #data #marketing #C…
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Every podcast episode we explore a Lindy book, and find ideas you can use in business and life. Join 3,000+ curious minds and avid readers by subscribing @ rationalvc.com to get free access to essays and exclusive content. For the video version of episode click here. Timestamps: (00:00) Intro / chit-chat (09:26) Structure of the show (10:36) What i…
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Humans are always doing work that is dull or dangerous. Brett Adcock, the founder and CEO of Figure AI, wants to build a fleet of robots that can do everything from work in a factory or warehouse to folding your laundry in the home. Today on No Priors, Sarah got the chance to talk with Brett about how a company that is only 21 months old has alread…
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The animals mentioned in this episode bring vigilantism and justice to the table. Before they group and create the animal version of the Justice League, let’s take a look at some of the most incredible cases of Wild Animals saving Human Lives. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
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In this episode, Michael and Tessa spoke with Andrea Kehoe, Director of Operations Administration at Kettering University. Andrea shifted from being a stay-at-home mom into a corporate role with Kettering University in Michigan nearly 7 years ago. She’s moved through a few different roles since 2017 and was supported by mentors and managers who enc…
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We are fascinated by dinosaurs. From blockbuster hits to bestselling video games, skeleton exhibitions to cuddly plushies, the creatures that once roamed the planet have fully captured our imagination, giving us a portal to a completely alternative Earth. And it’s likely new species are still out there, waiting to be found... Dr Nick Longrich is a …
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It's no secret that mothers in the U.S. return to their careers after childbirth way too early. Today's conversation dives into the effects of returning to work on maternal mental health. I'm speaking with Dr. Emily Guarnotta, founder of Phoenix Health who brings her expert perspective as a licensed clinical psychologist and certified perinatal men…
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Podcast Episode Title: "Unveiling the Mysteries of Private Lending: A Deep Dive with a 30 year Mortgage Pro" Summary: Unlock the secrets of private lending in this enlightening episode, featuring the expertise of Denis Brunet, a mortgage broker with over three decades in the lending industry. Listen as Denis unravels the complexities of private len…
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Step into the world of the Kumeyaay Nation as we delve into their ancient wisdom, survival skills, and cultural practices that have weathered the test of time. Learn how this Indigenous community has been living in harmony with the diverse geography of San Diego and Northern Baja California, Mexico, skillfully managing the land to prevent wildfires…
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When coincidence strikes, there will always be those who believe fate is responsible and sceptics who try to use reason to find a logical explanation. Life is packed full of serendipitous happenings but coming up are some coincidences which are sure to leave you lost for words! Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: …
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The world of science is pretty good at providing explanations for some of our universe’s strange phenomena until it’s confronted with something it really can’t explain. From meat raining down from the sky to entire islands disappearing, let’s check out some mysterious events that left scientists scratching their heads. Advertising Inquiries: https:…
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Companies are employing AI agents and co-pilots to help their teams increase efficiency and accuracy, but developing apps that are trained properly can require a skill set many enterprise teams don’t have. This week on No Priors, Sarah and Elad are joined by Harrison Chase, the CEO and co-founder of LangChain, an open-source framework and developer…
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The United States of America is the land of the free, the home of the brave, and also the home to a lot of weird stuff that most other countries don’t do. This former British colony has truly grown up to be its own, quirky person. The following things tend to confuse non-Americans, and you can find non-natives of the US of A discussing them all acr…
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