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The Breaking Into Startups Podcast is a platform where we feature stories of people who broke into tech from non-traditional backgrounds. Curious about how startups work, how to get a job without a degree or what technical and non-technical careers are out there? We have news for you - tech fields are booming and you don’t need the best technical degree in information technology to break in and get a six figure job in technology. Our podcast gives you an inside look at the most disruptive st ...
 
Welcome to the Startup West podcast. We talk with West Australian startups who have been there and done it, or are right here and doing it! Recorded in beautiful Perth, WA; produced by Startup News, and brought to you thanks to support from the New Industries Fund, Spacecubed, Curtin University, RSM, the City of Perth and Dinner Twist. Co-hosts: Charlie Gunningham and Danelle Cross. Editor: Carmen Yee. Startup West acknowledges the Whadjuk Nyoongar people, traditional owners of the lands and ...
 
Welcome to to Explore Magazine’s LIVE THE ADVENTURE Podcast This is the podcast that delves deep into the outdoors—we’ll inspire, inform and get you stoked to explore. Hiking? Camping? Environmental stewardship? Active living? Gear? You know it—and a whole lot more. Fresh guests every episode! Hosted by Explore Magazine editor and adventure expert, David Webb (@davidebwebb).
 
There are creative people all over the world making a living pursuing their passions. Based out of Detroit, Nektye is a passionate musician and digital artist taking the next step. You will learn tips, trials and tribulations from Nektye's experience as he builds an arts focused company from the ground up, as well as from interviews with successful small business owners in the Detroit area. As an interactive podcast, your questions and topic suggestions will help make the Creative Congregati ...
 
SimpleLeadership specifically focuses on improving the craft of software engineering leadership. As a VP of Engineering & CTO I am acutely aware of the lack of good resources available for new and existing software engineering managers. SimpleLeadership is designed for both new and experienced software & technology managers who want to build high-performing teams, better motivate & mentor their employees, reduce attrition and advance their career. It is for people who want to go beyond just ...
 
Dr. Rollan Roberts is an advisor and resource to national governments on strong Artificial Intelligence and quantum-proof Cybersecurity and was nominated to Central Command's Department of Defense Civilian Task Force. He is the CEO of Courageous!, a superhuman AI and Cybersecurity research and product development think tank that serves advanced national security initiatives of national governments. He served as CEO of the Hoverboard company, creating the best-selling consumer product worldwi ...
 
Welcome to The PopSmoke Show — Live video conversations with veteran artists, creatives and entrepreneurs (ACEs). Connect and learn with the best in the business; remarkable people who desire to create. If you too desire to create something you’re passionate about, then check out the show and subscribe to get the latest episodes on the go. Follow us on Twitter or Blab @letspopsmoke to know when the next Blab is and how you can participate in the new show. Thank you for stopping by. Stay moti ...
 
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Charlie talks with Erin Bell, founder and MD of Camp Connect.After a decade working in HR and health and safety on various mine sites, Erin realised she was seeing the same issues time and time again with FIFO workers. The sector has a relatively poor record for employee engagement, staff turnover, mental health issues and suicide. To solve this, s…
 
Surfing made its first Olympic debut this year. But those in the sport aren't just reading the waves- they're using an increasing amount of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data collection to improve their rides and predict conditions. Reporter Daniela Hernandez joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how technology is changing the sport. Lea…
 
The recent consultation published by the Commission for Regulation Utilities (CRU) is another warning of the major impact data centres are having on the Irish electricity system. With mounting concerns that the nation could face rolling blackouts, the CRU says it’s clear that “measures must be implemented in order to encourage data centres to addre…
 
From payments and embedded finance to wealthtech and crypto, there is never a dull moment in the land of fintech. And there is no sign that the activity is waning. According to CB Insights, Q2 FinTech startups picked up $30.8B, growing 30% quarter-to-quarter. Year-to-date funding exceeded 2020’s total by 24%. Southeast Asia and Latin America, in pa…
 
President Biden has directed federal agencies to draw up new standards to help businesses critical to the US economy ward off hackers. Reporter Dustin Volz joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss what the move means for companies and other steps the US is taking to protect against cyber attacks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
In this episode, Boone is joined by Edwin Porras of Fantasy Points to discuss the latest injury updates heading into training camps. Aaron Rodgers back in Green Bay (1:50) When will Michael Thomas return to action? (4:00) Can Cam Akers regain his form after an Achilles' tear? (9:45) Is Darrell Henderson's durability an issue? (14:30) Melvin Gordon'…
 
Favien Darrius Pommier is a wine maker from France. A young enterpreneur he has achieved much already including having his wines sampled by President Macron, going into business with billionaire real estate mogul Mohamed Hadid, and more recently creating NFTs for his Chateau Darius wines. Your host is Jillian Godsil, award winning journalist, broad…
 
Danelle and Charlie talk with Daisy Ashworth, founder of Mortgage Mates, a housing platform supporting individuals to co-own property together.Originally from the UK, Daisy has worked in social housing programs for many years, and has developed her startup in WA to help younger people get into property.“… Understand that overnight successes usually…
 
California regulators have filed a lawsuit against Activision Blizzard, the company behind Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and Candy Crush. Reporter Sarah Needleman joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the case and the impact of sexual harassment in the gaming industry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Some of the best entrepreneurs are self made entrepreneurs who made it through hard work and persistence, entrepreneurs such as Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford and Steve Jobs.. One such Irish entrepreneur is Joseph Costello who is also one of Irelands top business mentors. Ronan talks to Joseph about entrepreneurship and more. Joseph talks about his ba…
 
In this podcast I spoke with Vladimer Botsvadze. His work ethic and drive is impressive and where he is today after 15 years in his field has been only made possible by the true dedication and commitment he has put in every day. Before and after the recording I learned so much about this dynamo and he offered guidance and support to me as well. Cre…
 
Most overnight camps don't allow electronic devices. Some parents see this as an opportunity to bring their children's screen time back to pre-pandemic levels for back-to-school. Columnist Julie Jargon joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how parents can reset their kids' tech use. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
As we move back to indoor dining for next Monday, what can we do to it make it safer in poorly ventilated areas?. Well, a recent UCD study has found that air purifiers have four-fold increase in the removal of aerosols in poorly ventilated spaces. Ronan talks to Paul Flanagan, Managing Director of Camfil Ireland and Dr. Kevin Nolan of the School of…
 
In todays podcast I chat with Tom McCarthy who gives us a birds eye view of the issue of space junk/debris that has until quite recently managed to stay under the public radar. As a space robotics expert Tom McCarthy reminds us about how the unpredictable reentry of the Chinese Long March booster rocket that brought the problem of space junk to the…
 
As the saying goes, “I have not failed 1,000 times, I have successfully found 1,000 ways that will not make a light bulb.” This — or some version of it — is often credited to Thomas Edison, on his quest to come up with an efficient incandescent lamp. As we look back at past innovations, and marvel at the ingenuity and perseverance of scientists and…
 
The algorithm TikTok uses to serve up engaging videos has been the source of much speculation. Now an investigation by The Wall Street Journal reveals how the technology behind the fastest-growing social-media platform works. Senior Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the findings and what they mean for users. Lear…
 
In this episode, Boone is joined by Ian Hartitz of Pro Football Focus to discuss the latest news and the important training camp storylines you need to follow. International dynasty startup draft update (2:15) How valuable is Darrell Henderson after Cam Akers' injury? (4:55) What will happen with Aaron Rodgers and the Packers? (12:50) Can Taysom Hi…
 
The metal gallium is enabling a surprising array of new technologies, taking over for the old standby of silicon in some use cases. Tech columnist Christopher Mims joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the potential for this novel material to help transform our electrified world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Stefan Rust, ex CEO of Bitcoin.com, and now co founder and CEO of Sonic Capital believes we can save the planet and make money. Being green is an opportunity not a cost. Listen to him talking about his early days in mobile and how he worked with Roger Ver, the abuse he received for listing the HEX coin, how another coin was formed out of that discu…
 
Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos is set to take a trip to the edge of space, making him the second billionaire to do so in less than two weeks. Reporter Micah Maidenberg joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how the business models of the companies involved could shape the development of the private space industry. Learn more about your ad choi…
 
Payslip is used by dozens of multinational companies throughout various industries, and customers include LogMeIn, Get Your Guide, Cloudera and Airbus. It helps their payroll teams support. They help multinationals standardise their global payroll process, centrally manage their payroll with visibility & control and scale into new countries easily.…
 
Aidan Donnelly is Director of Technology Platform at Personio in Dublin. Personio is an all-in-one HR Platform for small and medium businesses and Personio have hired over 100 people in Dublin in the past year. As customers have joined Personio Aidan's teams are tasked with scaling their technology and engineering team. Aidan joins us to talk about…
 
A team of California scientists backed by Facebook say they successfully tested an experimental brain implant that turned brain signals into words on a computer screen. Tech reporter Rolfe Winkler joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how it worked and why private companies are so interested in the space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphon…
 
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We chat with Rachel Robinson who recently interned for Irish Tech News to hear her insights on what makes for a positive internship. Rachel Robinson is a Journalism student at Coventry University, going into her third year in September. Rachel enjoys producing hard-hitting news stories for print, online, audio and video platforms. Rachel's main int…
 
The global chip shortage has yet another consequence: a rash of fake semiconductors from scammers targeting manufacturers that are desperate for components. Reporter Stephanie Yang joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss why companies are falling for the fakes, and what they're doing about it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
When you meet new people, do you always give your phone number, email address, residential address, and credit card details during the first meeting? Nope. Why? Because you don't know them well and have no idea if they will harm you. The same situation should be with companies, but it is different. They ask you for data to use their services or buy…
 
In this episode, Boone is joined by Adam Murfet of 5-Yard Rush to discuss the most notable position battles that need to be monitored during training camp. International dynasty startup draft update (1:50) D.J. Chark vs. Laviska Shenault vs. Marvin Jones (10:50) Trey Sermon vs. Raheem Mostert (15:40) Rookie QBs vs. veteran QBs (19:35) Mike Evans vs…
 
Let’s talk about debt. Not financial debt. Not technical debt. But human debt — “the equivalent to Technical Debt but for people”, according to Duena Blomstrom, author of the latest book, “People Before Tech: The Importance of Psychological Safety and Teamwork in the Digital Age”. As the saying goes, people are your greatest asset. For any digital …
 
After some high-profile failures a decade ago, investors and governments soured on clean-technology companies. Now they're back, funding a new wave of green startups. Reporter Scott Patterson joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss whether this time will be different. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Bad actors online can take an emotional and, in some cases, financial toll on their victims. Now some insurance agencies are offering policies to protect against the impact of cyberbullying. Family & Tech columnist Julie Jargon joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how cyberbullying insurance works, plus ways of warding off bullies online in the first p…
 
Siwon Kim is a South Korean born, raised everywhere entrepreneur. He is launching the first IDO launchpad for Kusama, the sister chain of PolkaDot. This is a very throughtful launchpad called KSM Starter that will operate more as an incubator, community led launchpad than other examples. IT has just closed its private sale and will do its own IDO o…
 
A panel of experts assembled by the World Health Organization is recommending global standards for gene-editing technology. The proposed rules aim to prevent inequitable and potentially dangerous uses of techniques for altering DNA. Health reporter Amy Dockser Marcus joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the recommendations and how they aim to address v…
 
During the current COVID19 pandemic we have seen remote working and hybrid working become the norm. One of the companies that makes this possible is Aryaka who offer managed connectivity services for all those hybrid workers and businesses wanting to do business during the pandemic. Aryaka is also setting up a facility in Dublin, a Service Point of…
 
Since their inception, Uber and Lyft have struggled to balance the pursuit of fast growth with demands for profitability. Now, as the cost of ride-hailing services soars amid a driver shortage, the companies are turning to some old strategies to attract and keep drivers and customers. Will they work this time? Reporter Preetika Rana joins host Zoe …
 
We catch up with John O'Doherty, the Enterprise Commercial Director, from Microsoft Ireland to learn more about how working trends have evolved, data security, and what the future might bring. We discuss workplace analytics, and John also explains it also from the customers perspective what it means for the workplace in the future. Director of the …
 
In this podcast I discuss with Xavier De Kestelier about the recent projects they have started on for ESA. With the march forward to the Moon predicted to be around 2030 his team at Hassell Studio have been collaborating with other agencies to make this idea a reality. Hear about the upcoming facets of each projects and how they have selected possi…
 
This weekend, Richard Branson hopes to head to space on a flight with his company Virgin Galactic. Just over a week later, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos plans to board one of his Blue Origin spacecraft. So what do the billionaires' trips mean for the burgeoning space-tourism sector, and when will the rest of us get a chance? Reporter Micah Maidenburg j…
 
Over the past 30 years books and movies have slowly become less realistic as technology has got more involved. A character getting lost does not really happen anymore as they can pull out their smartphone and use Google Maps. Scenes of characters searching in a library are now replaced with searching via Google or online archives. Ronan talks to th…
 
Apart from its dramatic coastline, hidden coves, turquoise waters, and beautiful beaches with pink sands, Bermuda is also a well-established offshore financial center, home to the second largest reinsurance market. The island nation has also created an infrastructure and ecosystem to foster innovation in blockchain technology, supported by a tiered…
 
YouTube has made a lot of changes in the past year to limit the problematic videos it recommends to viewers. But a new study suggests the company's efforts have a way to go. Reporter Tripp Mickle joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the challenges YouTube and other social platforms face in weeding out harmful content without censoring diverse points of…
 
The Russian hacking group REvil is demanding $70 million to unlock computers that were swept up in a widespread ransomware attack affecting a program from enterprise software provider Kaseya. Cybersecurity reporter Dustin Volz joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the attack and what makes it different from some other recent high-profile attacks. Learn …
 
Chris Skinner is known as one of the most influential people in technology. He is an independent commentator on the financial markets and fintech, through his blog theFinanser.com and author of the bestselling books Digital Bank, ValueWeb and Digital Human. He is Chair of Nordic Future Innovation, is a non-executive director of 11:FS and on the adv…
 
What if Abraham Lincoln could address Congress today? Or if you could have dinner with your deceased ancestors? Researchers and entrepreneurs are exploring ways that artificial intelligence could create digital versions of people's personalities that would endure long after they themselves die. But the innovations come with potential pitfalls. Tech…
 
Over the past 30 years books and movies have slowly become less realistic as technology has got more involved. A character getting lost does not really happen anymore as they can pull out their smartphone and use Google Maps. Scenes of characters searching in a library are now replaced with searching via Google or online archives. Ronan talks to th…
 
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