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Passport

Cerca & Frequency Machine

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| YOUR TICKET TO EVERYWHERE | Passport is a show about the world. And all the stunning, strange and breathtaking stories waiting to be discovered… if you just listen. The world has never been more connected. But in reality, there’s still so much we don’t understand about each other. Join hosts Neil Innes and Andrés Bartos as they take you to places you didn’t realize existed, introduce you to people who you would never have otherwise met, and experience the rush of traveling the world, witho ...
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AdLeaks is the #1 Online Digital Marketing community built for members to get answers to any questions related to digital marketing and growing your business online. The latest tactics and strategies that are working for the worlds biggest & baddest marketers.
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The Valley

Frequency Machine | Arlan Was Here Productions | Realm

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Silicon Valley. If this place were a country, it'd be the wealthiest on Earth. It's a place full of disruptors. But that's an edge that cuts both ways… Set in the cutthroat world of tech, The Valley gives you a prime time soap-style blast of drama, ambition, twists, and revenge twice a week. Cam, a hacker with a shadowy past, has come here to teach the most powerful people in the Valley a lesson. In a world full of high risk and high reward, revenge is a feature… not a bug.
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Frequency Earth | A Sci-Fi Sketch Comedy Podcast

Rob Schultz and Russell August Anderson

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In the distant future, archeo-astronomer Jeffrey Lutz travels the stars collecting broadcasts from Earth. A scripted sci-fi comedy podcast by Rob Schultz and Russell August Anderson, Frequency Earth is a blend of sitcom - the adventures of a guy traveling through space - and sketch comedy - the transmissions he picks up from Earth.
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Chicano Squad

Vox Media Podcast Network

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Forty years ago, Houston's Latino community was plagued by discrimination, police violence and a growing number of unsolved murders. With tensions between police and the community at their peak, five young officers were placed in an audacious experiment: A new all-Latino homicide squad, with little training and few resources, assigned to solve the city’s most vicious crimes. Chicano Squad tells the true story of these men, their divided loyalties, and a city on the brink.Hosted by Cristela A ...
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EE Times Current provides a deep dive into the most compelling stories in the electronics industry. Tune in to keep yourself current on what matters to design engineers and other tech industry professionals
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Welcome to Cerca! We’re putting the world's best travel guide on your phone. Visit cercatravel.com to sign up for access. --- At the tender age of 16 million years, Iceland is a geological infant, where volcanoes are still building this truly unique place. If it's the dark winter wonderland or the constant light of Icelandic summer there are so, so many experiences here. And in this Cerca Guide, the brilliant Svavar Jónatansson shares the secrets of the land, the sagas of the people, and sto ...
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Welcome to Cerca! The Cerca app, available for iOS, is the world's best travel guide - right on your phone. Visit CercaTravel.com for more news on where Cerca is going and to sign up for special access to new features. --- Rome has a unique relationship with time. Making a plan here isn’t like making a plan anywhere else in the world. But we are here to help. In this Cerca Guide, Virginia Vigliar takes you through her beloved city, a city of contradictions and perfections, of nuns and Italia ...
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Exploring ideas can be intellectually stimulating and personally transformative, allowing listeners to tap into their potential and embrace their sovereignty as conscious beings. It encourages individuals to question the status quo, break free from limiting beliefs, and embark on self-discovery and personal empowerment. www.sangedreams.substack.com My writing https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZyhU1NIPpLGlV4jLVubJLg My Youtube Channel
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Supported by a Wellcome Trust Public Engagement grant (2006-2008) in the History of Medicine to Professor Tilli Tansey (QMUL) and Professor Leslie Iversen (Oxford), the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group at Queen Mary, University of London presents a series of podcasts on the history of neuroscience featuring eminent people in the field: Professor Roger Ordidge studied physics at the University of Nottingham, and went on to obtain his PhD in 1981 under the supervision of Professor ...
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Introducing Sleep Sounds - the ultimate solution for enhancing your relaxing moments. Immerse yourself in a world of tranquility with our carefully curated collection of soothing sounds. Whether you're studying, working, or simply seeking to unwind, Sleep Sounds is your gateway to a heightened state of calm and serenity.For a better relaxation Sleep Sounds Podcast offers a no ads program that helps you sleep during a full night without the ads: https://www.patreon.com/FullSoundsPod...Subscri ...
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Dr. Elisa Donati of the Institute of Neuroinformatics in Zurich talks to Dr. Sunny Bains about neuromorphic circuits for prosthetics, drug delivery and more. Discussion follows with Dr. Giulia D’Angelo from the Fortiss research institute in Munich, and Professor Ralph Etienne-Cummings of Johns Hopkins University.…
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In this episode, Dr. Sunny Bains discusses neuromorphic chips with Dr. Amirreza Yousefzadeh, who has most recently worked at imec and the University of Twente. Discussion follows with Dr. Giulia D’Angelo from the Fortiss research institute in Munich, and Professor Ralph Etienne-Cummings of Johns Hopkins University.…
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Hola Passport faithful! Neil, Dré, and the Passport team are busy cooking up some new episodes of MisInfoNation - and maybe even a few other surprises, too. But in the meantime, we wanted to share a new show that we really love. Because we think you'll love it too. Don't Drink the Milk mixes history with a good dose of travel, pop culture, and cont…
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Join us in lasteset episode of EETimes Current as we delve into the transformative potential of 1.6 Terabit Ethernet (1.6TbE) alongside the pivotal role played by advanced 224G SerDes and emerging linear optical interfaces. Discover how this convergence optimizes area, power, and latency, enabling efficient processing of large language models and u…
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In this episode, Professor Shih-Chii Liu, co-director of the Sensors Group at the Institute of Neuroinformatics (INI)—part of both the ETH and the University of Zurich, Switzerland—talks to Brains and Machines host, Dr. Sunny Bains, about neuromorphic cochlea, sparsity and deep networks, and what it will take for the technology to solve real proble…
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Embark on an enthralling journey as we delve into California's historic rainfall and unearth the secrets of underground tunnels. Explore the intriguing tales of Nephilim and Baron Trump, and immerse yourself in the riveting narratives surrounding figures like Lula and Milei. Delve deep into the complexities of fame, fortune, and censorship as we na…
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In this episode, Professor Emre Neftci, director of the Neuromorphic Software Ecosystems group at the Peter Grünberg Institute, talks to Brains and Machines host, Dr. Sunny Bains. He and his PGI colleagues, part of the Jülich Research Centre in Germany, think about how neurons can be trained and organized to learn in an efficient and brain-inspired…
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In this episode of the Brains and Machines podcast, EE Times regular Sunny Bains talks to Dr. Tobi Delbrück, one of the original neuromorphic engineers from Carver Mead's team at Caltech. Now a professor at the Institute of Neuroinformatics in Zurich, he has spent his career developing neuromorphic cameras and other technology. In this interview, y…
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In this episode of the Brains and Machines podcast, EE Times regular Sunny Bains gets deep into nanoscale ferroelectrics with Professor Beatriz Noheda, director of the Groningen Cognitive Systems and Materials Center (CogniGron). They discuss how this unusual interdisciplinary research center works, why nanoscale ferroelectrics may be useful in bra…
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In this episode of the Brains and Machines podcast, Dr. Giulia D’Angelo from the Italian Institute of Technology interviews her IIT colleague, Dr. Simeon Bamford, who is currently working on tactile neuromorphic sensors. They talk about creating circuits to perform functions lost to brain damage, Bamford’s involvement with the commercialization of …
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Our future environment depends on renewable and sustainable energy. To maximize sustainable energy sources, energy gathering and grid integration are essential. Silicon carbide (SiC) makes green energy systems more efficient and resilient. To ensure high-quality goods and system design flexibility, end-to-end vertical integration is necessary. In t…
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In the latest episode of Brains and Machines, EE Times regular Dr. Sunny Bains talks to Professor Melika Payvand, who designs neural systems from the circuit-level up at the Institute of Neuroinformatics in Zurich. You'll find out the role that memristors are playing in the systems she designs, why neural circuits need to operate at different times…
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Dive Deep into World Affairs: Analyzing War, Natural Disasters, Europe's Oil Crisis, Ukraine-Russia Tensions, Israel-Palestine Dynamics, 2024 Elections, Dominion Machines, Trump's Influence, Mass Awakening, and the Battle for Consciousness. Keep your mind's eye wide open. Stay tuned for more fascinating takes on reality!…
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In this latest episode of Brains and Machines, EE Times regular Dr. Sunny Bains talks to now Emeritus Professor Steve Furber as he prepares to leave the University of Manchester. They talk about associative memories, the original SpiNNaker neural simulator designed using densely-interconnected ARM cores, and the new generation of the technology cur…
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In Part 2 our conversation with Power Integrations' Peter Vaughan, we'll take a more in-depth look at the technology that is already available for electric vehicles (EVs) as well as the path that lies ahead. The last time, we covered every aspect of the history of the electric car, which led us naturally to the present day and the introduction of t…
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In this episode of EE Times Current, we take you on an electrifying trip through the history of electric vehicles. These silent, emission-free technological wonders were the forerunners of clean, green transportation in a world dominated by gasoline-powered automobiles. Power Integrations' Peter Vaughan will guide us through the past, present, and …
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In this episode of EE Times Current, Dr. Giulia D’Angelo talks to Professor Guillermo Gallego, from the Technical University of Berlin. They discuss the application of the new generation of bio-inspired event-driven cameras and their algorithms to extract cues of motion, depth and optical flow estimation. After that, Giulia discusses the interview …
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Join us for the latest episode of our EE Times Current podcast, where we delve into the fascinating world of AI and Connectivity at the Edge solutions. Kaushal Vora and Mo Dogar from Renesas are our special guests for this episode. Together, we'll discuss the crucial hardware and software components required to realize this cutting-edge technology.…
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Deciphering all the programs created to keep us separated, fighting, waring and searching outside ourselves for power, this podcast explores the deeper originations of religion, the bible, and being "born again." America's fascination with Christianity and its promises to deliver people to an afterlife predicated on "believing" we dive deeply into …
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In this episode of the Brains and Machines podcast, EE Times regular Sunny Bains talks to Dr Yulia Sandamirskaya, who has just created the Neuromorphic Computing Group at Zurich University of Applied Sciences. We discuss the role that dynamical systems theory plays in robotics, her work at with Intel’s Loihi platform, and what she plans to do in he…
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In this episode of the Brains and Machines podcast, EE Times regular Sunny Bains talks to Professor Giacomo Indiveri, from the Institute of Neuroinformatics in Zurich. They talk about building biologically-plausible neural circuits in silicon, the trade-offs involved in using analog and digital circuits, and how the technology has been translated i…
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Unmasking Citizen Media Regulation in Canada: Mass Censorship, Global Conflict and how the Enigmatic Khazarians could be the cause and how they sought Ancient Druids for ritual lessons for power, and the Enigma of who exactly we are aiding in the Ukraine War and Why? The whole world is collapsing for Ukraine- WHY? What happens in the country, and w…
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Unlocking the Potential: John Baxter, CEO and Founder of Antiaging Bed, Shares Insights on Activating Your Pineal Gland, Becoming a Healing Magnet, and Achieving Lifelong Vitality. He discovered that fighting technology with better technology is the answer to a successful and fun healing journey for the mindbody. Keep your mind's eye wide open. Sta…
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In this episode of the Brains and Machines podcast, EE Times regular Sunny Bains talks to Dr Mitra Hartmann, Professor of both Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University, and head of their sensory and neural engineering group. They discuss the ways in which modelling animal perceptual systems—in her case, the rat—can make us b…
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Explore the dynamic interplay of mass immigration, the allure of one-cent cheeseburgers, the enigmatic "Hotel California," the era of Ronald Reagan, the resilient Gen X generation, and the evolving narrative surrounding Trump supporters and their impact on the media landscape in this thought-provoking podcast episode. Keep your mind's eye wide open…
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In this episode of Brains and Machines, EE Times regular Sunny Bains talks to Elisabetta Chicca, head of the bio-inspired Circuits and Systems research group at the University of Groningen, about building neural chips with memristors, adding electronic brains to neural robots, some of the current difficulties with learning algorithms for spiking sy…
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In this episode, H Anon and Hypnotic delve into the pressing issues of debt, societal consent, the crisis of modern slavery, and the ever-present threat of wildfires. Join them as they explore the possibility of humanity's journey towards a victorious future. Keep your mind's eye wide open. Stay tuned for more fascinating takes on reality!…
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In this first episode of the new Brains and Machines podcast, EE Times regular Sunny Bains interviews André van Schaik from the Western Sydney University about how neuromorphic engineering has changed since the early 90s, a new project to help simulate neural and neuromorphic models, and more. Discussion follows with Giulia D’Angelo from the Italia…
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"Resolute Dad's Relocation: Transitioning from California to the Southeast for Family, Freedom, and Empowerment. Join @fightingfatherofficial on Instagram as he crafts a brighter future for his young family, sharing insightful truths, enlightening memes, and embarking on a journey of self-education encompassing health, wealth, independence, and lib…
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In this episode Neil and Andrés are off to beautiful Portugal for some fado, sweet port, codfish and maybe even a little Ronaldo - to find out if the world has it right about this Iberian treasure trove. Showing us around the facts and the follies today is the one and only Catarina Araújo; A globe hopping, Lisbon-born marketing specialist and the w…
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Introducing Sleep Sounds - the ultimate solution for enhancing your relaxing moments. Immerse yourself in a world of tranquility with our carefully curated collection of soothing sounds. Whether you're studying, working, or simply seeking to unwind, Sleep Sounds is your gateway to a heightened state of calm and serenity. For a better relaxation Sle…
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Introducing Sleep Sounds - the ultimate solution for enhancing your relaxing moments. Immerse yourself in a world of tranquility with our carefully curated collection of soothing sounds. Whether you're studying, working, or simply seeking to unwind, Sleep Sounds is your gateway to a heightened state of calm and serenity. For a better relaxation Sle…
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Navigating the Era of Deception: Thriving Amidst a Slumbering Majority. Exploring Communication in a World of Awakening, Uncovering the Origins of Negativity, and Understanding the Innate Human Psyche. This episode illustrates the frustration people endure when half of society is asleep. The theory about the Archons and how they run the 1%. Could w…
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EE Times has just released the 23rd edition of the Silicon 100, our annual list of electronics and semiconductor startups to watch. In this podcast with Embedded.com editor in chief Nitin Dahad, technology journalist Peter Clarke analyzes the current dynamics of the global startup ecosystem and discusses emerging technology trends.…
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