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MIT Press Podcast
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The MIT Press Podcast brings you interviews with the authors of books currently being published by MIT Press. Chris Gondek talks with the authors about their books, their influences and their interests.
 
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MIT Press Podcast
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The MIT Press Podcast brings you interviews with the authors of books currently being published by MIT Press and editors and authors discuss topics, themes, and trends explored within the pages of MIT Press journals.
 
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MIT Press Journals Podcast
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Editors and authors discuss topics covered in MIT Press journals.
 
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Introduction to Algorithms
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This course teaches techniques for the design and analysis of efficient algorithms, emphasizing methods useful in practice. Topics covered include: sorting; search trees, heaps, and hashing; divide-and-conquer; dynamic programming; amortized analysis; graph algorithms; shortest paths; network flow; computational geometry; number-theoretic algorithms; polynomial and matrix calculations; caching; and parallel computing. The textbook for this course is: Cormen, Thomas H., Charles E. Leiserson, ...
 
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Improv Interviews - Bernie DeKoven
 
Called the “Shaman of Play,” Bernie a leading fun theorist who has shown over the course of his 45 year career how fun and playfulness lead to some of the most important trends in games today, from large scale community games to casual game apps. He is the author of The Well-Played Game (originally published by Doubleday in 1978 and reissued in 2013 by MIT Press), A Playful Path (over 640,000 downloads), and a CD Recess for the Soul. He continues to make his work publicly available through h ...
 
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Thomas Mullaney discusses the development of the Chinese typerwriter and what it can tell us about technology.
 
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Feuilletöne - Kultursendung für Musik, Film, Serie und Literatur
 
Das letzte Mal steht eine Philosophin in diesem Jahr im Mittelpunkt. Hannah Arendt wird uns in dieser Sendung beschäftigen. Auch diese Philosophin begleitet Herrn Martinsen schon länger. Außerdem geht es um Kettcar und das Album ‘Ich vs Wir’, um die Serie ‘Rick & Morty’ und um einen 14-jährigen Tomatin, der in Portfässern gefinisht wurde. Geles ...…
 
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Feuilletöne - Kultursendung für Musik, Film, Serie und Literatur
 
Das letzte Mal steht eine Philosophin in diesem Jahr im Mittelpunkt. Hannah Arendt wird uns in dieser Sendung beschäftigen. Auch diese Philosophin begleitet Herrn Martinsen schon länger. Außerdem geht es um Kettcar und das Album ‘Ich vs Wir’, um die Serie ‘Rick & Morty’ und um einen 14-jährigen Tomatin, der in Portfässern gefinisht wurde. Geles ...…
 
“There’s been a lot of good press from the science community on self-assembly of atoms. Well, I guess what I’m looking for is self-assembly and disassembly of large-scale structures…There is all sorts of exciting things we can do when [engineering] structures re-configure themselves.” — Prof. Paul Weaver This episode features Prof. Paul Weaver, ...…
 
Tweet Très récemment, j’ai lu qu’un utilisateur de Facebook consulte son compte en moyenne 17 fois par jour ! Mise bout à bout cela signifie que l’on passe beaucoup de temps chaque semaine à consulter ce réseau social. Donc si comme la majorité des Français de moins de quarante vous êtes dépendant à Facebook, pourquoi ne pas utiliser ce réseau ...…
 
AI is everywhere: AI driving cars. AI replacing doctors. AI writing music. Taxing robots. AI is taking over the world. By tying our data profiles to artificial intelligence, we can breathe life into our personal information and turn them into our very own 3D avatars; avatars that depict our identical likeness and can perform tasks as our repres ...…
 
You can’t fix something by ignoring it https://www.theverge.com/2017/8/16/16153740/tech-diversity-problem-science-history-explainer-inequality is a tired stance endless debate voluntary diversity training session manifesto condemnation from some quarters approval from others Damore has since been fired filed a labor complaint went too far a Wal ...…
 
Rebecca Slayton is a professor at the Department of Science and Technology Studies and Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Cornell University. We talk to Rebecca about cybersecurity, the early history of software engineering during the Cold War, the role of scientific and technological expertise in public policy, and how to ...…
 
Thanks to spotted hyenas’ unusual social structure, males experience a tough life of solitude, harassment, and deprivation.Support us on Patreon to see more videos like this: https://www.patreon.com/minuteearth/postsThank you to our current supporters on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarthWatch our Q&A from 7/21/17: https://www.patreon.com/post ...…
 
Dr. Rocco J. Gennaro is the Philosophy Department Chairperson and a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern Indiana. He received his Ph.D. in 1991 at Syracuse University and had been at Indiana State University in Terre Haute for fourteen years before moving to Southern Indiana in 2009. He is also the Philosophy of Mind/Cognitive ...…
 
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Freud Museum London: Psychoanalysis Podcasts
 
In The Not-Two, Lorenzo Chiesa examines the treatment of logic and God in Lacan’s later work. Chiesa draws for the most part from Lacan’s Seminars of the early 1970s, as they revolve around the axiom "There is no sexual relationship." Chiesa provides both a close reading of Lacan’s effort to formalize sexual difference as incompleteness and an ...…
 
Angel Rich In this episode, Edyne Plancy talks with Angel Rich, the 30 something who is turning financial education on its head. Angel is the Founder and CEO of the Wealth Factory Inc. where WealthyLife financial literacy edtech games come to life for youth. This is a game that allows people to simulate their financial lives “Youth have to prep ...…
 
In this podcast from July 1, 2017, Shelly and Wesley Fryer reflect on takeaways and important learning points from the 2017 ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Conference in San Antonio, Texas. They also reflect on what went well and what was learned at the iPad Media Camp they co-facilitated in Jackson, Wyoming, for 45 are ...…
 
Dr. Dawn Nafus, Senior Research Scientist at Intel, joins us live from the Intel AI Lounge at SXSW 2017. Nafus is a social anthropologist with Intel Labs and conducts research into how technologies can be made more meaningful to peoples' lives. Nafus attended SXSW to hold a signing for her latest book, "Self Tracking (MIT Press Essential Knowle ...…
 
Dr. Dawn Nafus, Senior Research Scientist at Intel, joins us live from the Intel AI Lounge at SXSW 2017. Nafus is a social anthropologist with Intel Labs and conducts research into how technologies can be made more meaningful to peoples' lives. Nafus attended SXSW to hold a signing for her latest book, "Self Tracking (MIT Press Essential Knowle ...…
 
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Latinitium – Latin audio and video: podcast in Latin on literature, history, language
 
If you’re looking for tips on how to learn Latin or improve your Latin, but are pressed for time - look no further. Here you’ll find tidbits from the rich Latin literature (from different levels) to listen to in spare moments. Level: Lower intermediate Romani e spectaculis gladiatoriis magnam voluptatem capiebant. Qua in re cernebatur non tam b ...…
 
If you’re looking for tips on how to learn Latin or improve your Latin, but are pressed for time - look no further. Here you’ll find tidbits from the rich Latin literature (from different levels) to listen to in spare moments. Level: Lower intermediate Romani e spectaculis gladiatoriis magnam voluptatem capiebant. Qua in re cernebatur non tam b ...…
 
Sometimes we have to depend on philosophy to explain to us why something apparently simple is in fact extremely complicated. The way we use referring expressions – things that pick out the entities we want to talk about, such as…
 
Sometimes we have to depend on philosophy to explain to us why something apparently simple is in fact extremely complicated. The way we use referring expressions – things that pick out the entities we want to talk about, such as…
 
Sometimes we have to depend on philosophy to explain to us why something apparently simple is in fact extremely complicated. The way we use referring expressions – things that pick out the entities we want to talk about, such as…
 
Sometimes we have to depend on philosophy to explain to us why something apparently simple is in fact extremely complicated. The way we use referring expressions – things that pick out the entities we want to talk about, such as…
 
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Slice of MIT: Stories from MIT Presented by the MIT Alumni Association
 
Lana Swartz '08 discusses Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and Other Money Stuff, co-edited by Swartz and Bill Maurer and published in spring 2017 by MIT Press. "Money is not being dematerialized, Swartz, an assistant professor of media studies at the University of Virginia, suggests, "but rematerialized" in other forms. Read more about Swartz's ...…
 
On This Random Saturday, we prepare for the Superbowl of politics, humanity tries not to melt its wings, and put a spotlight on the disturbing racial inequality in Missouri traffic enforcement. Black drivers in Missouri - http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/missouri-report-black-drivers-pulled-47774899 Report itself - https://ago.mo.gov/docs/def ...…
 
On this episode, what makes our cars go? Where did what we have come from? Lets talk about the fuels of the future. Biofuels? Solar? Elon Musks hopes and dreams? Steam? Find out! Cars of the Future: Fuel Intro Hi! I’m Dave, and this is episode 2 of the Podcast of the Future! We as Humans are funny creatures. Sure, well walk in a pinch, or from ...…
 
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The Digital Life
 
Jon: Welcome to episode 210 of The Digital Life, a show about our insights into the future of design and technology. I’m your host Jon Follett, and with me is founder and cohost Dirk Knemeyer. Dirk: Greetings, listeners. Jon: For our podcast topic this week, we’ll be exploring designing trust in human-robot relationships. More so [...]…
 
Dr. Russ Roberts is the John and Jean De Nault Research Fellow at Standford University's Hoover Institution. Roberts hosts the weekly podcast EconTalk--hour-long conversations with authors, and thought leaders in economics and beyond. Past guest include Milton Friedman, Thomas Piketty, Nassim Taleb, Michael Lewis, Christopher Hitchens and Marc ...…
 
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Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society: Audio Fishbowl
 
Can we talk? The question (a favorite prompt of the late comedian Joan Rivers) evokes a feeling of being intimately and sometimes uncomfortably open, frank, and honest, both with others and ourselves. This event, a conversation between Prof. Elizabeth Ellcessor (Indiana University) and Prof. Meryl Alper (Northeastern University, Berkman Klein C ...…
 
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Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society: Audio Fishbowl
 
Can we talk? The question (a favorite prompt of the late comedian Joan Rivers) evokes a feeling of being intimately and sometimes uncomfortably open, frank, and honest, both with others and ourselves. This event, a conversation between Prof. Elizabeth Ellcessor (Indiana University) and Prof. Meryl Alper (Northeastern University, Berkman Klein C ...…
 
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FinTech Insider by 11:FS
 
In this episode Aden and Simon are joined by regulars Kadhim and Liz for the news. This week we find out if it’s really necessary to use VR in banking; and, as ATMs are dying and costing banks to run, we discuss the pros and cons of hard cash versus digital transactions – and the various reasons why people are still keen on cash. We also myth-b ...…
 
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