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Best Walter Proof podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Walter Proof podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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On the Mind Matters podcast, Discovery Institute’s Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence considers the implications and misconceptions, the opportunities and limitations, and the applications and challenges presented by intelligent agents and their algorithms.
 
" Kelly is the 'professional leader' personified. Her commitment to her clients as well as her focus on getting them the results they strive for is unwavering. Simply put, she was born to coach and lead!" -Chris Ducker - Founder, Youpreneur.com- Her Christian CEO Podcast provides today’s most inspiring, actionable, and successful biblical marketing strategies and Life Application by Kelly Baader and her fellow experts. Tune in weekly, so you can be inspired and empowered to earn more, serve ...
 
The podcast that gives you the business and career skills you need to future-proof yourself. Hosted by Mikael Syding, partner at Futuris, The European Hedge Fund Of The Decade, and Ludvig Sunstrom, author of Breaking Out Of Homeostasis We do 3 episodes: 1) short episode: big idea or practical tip. 2) long episode: in-depth discussions with scientists, businessmen and public intellectuals. 3) medium episode: Experts share their best ideas and how they use them to build skills, companies, rela ...
 
We RAD DADS is a show and community dedicated to improving the lives of Dads who put their families first. We are single dads, working dads we are stay-at-homes, step Dads, divorced, married, re-married, blended, military, religious, and non-religious Dads. Above all, we are caring and nurturing fathers who continually value and seek improvement for ourselves and other parents. We face our own struggles and seek to dominate them as a means to living a fulfilling life. Each week we find enter ...
 
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#85: Today, I am interviewing Nicole Walters - How to prepare for your business for the future ! We chatted about how she worked in the corporate field and switched paths to become an entrepreneur which led her on a journey of ups and downs as she navigated the transition so that she could fulfil her calling and use her talents to glorify God! Key …
 
Will machines take over human jobs? Jay Richards discusses artificial intelligence, virtue, job displacement, and collaboration using technology with Larry L. Linenschmidt. This interview is about Jay’s book, The Human Advantage: The Future of American Work in an Age of Smart Machines. This interview was originally aired by the Hill Country Institu…
 
#87: Today, I am interviewing Mike Michalowicz - How to identify the next steps to growing your business! We chatted about the release of his latest book: Fix This Next and how anyone can use his theories to build up their business in this unstable time. Key Lessons From This Episode: How to avoid the most common mistake in business: the survival t…
 
The late Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov offered a doctrine in contrast to the doctrine of Russian Army General Valery Gerasimov. Both doctrines were meant to improve the military stance of Russia on the world stage. Is Russia using these doctrines today? Robert J. Marks and Denise Simon discuss maskirovka, deepfakes, and the Primakov doctr…
 
When one thinks of warfare, thoughts of killing people and breaking things come to mind. But there are also psychological aspects of war. Robert J. Marks and Denise Simon discuss the Gerasimov doctrine, cyber warfare, and misinformation. 00:34 | Introducing Denise Simon, Senior Research / Intelligence Analyst for Foreign and Domestic Policy01:24 | …
 
#86: Today, I am interviewing Kameron Snow - How to communicate your story to create genuine connections with your prospective clients! We chatted about how he worked as a political operative and switched paths to work as a copywriter which led him on a journey of ups and downs as he navigated the transition and helps others to connect with their t…
 
Kurt Gödel toppled a tall tower of mathematical reasoning with publication of his work showing no formal system of math could be both complete and consistent. He also gave a mathematical proof of the existence of God. Is Gödel’s proof valid? Robert J. Marks and Dr. Selmer Bringsjord discuss mathematics, Kurt Gödel, and the ontological argument. 01:…
 
Recent discoveries about the brain have uncovered more of its complexity and changed what we thought we knew about it. Will more discoveries in the future change our views again? Robert J. Marks discusses neuroplasticity, restoring brain function through brain stimulation, and other fascinating discoveries about the human brain with Yuri Danilov. 0…
 
Human biology is so finely tuned that less than a kilobyte of information can stop the world. Robert J. Marks and Dr. Daniel Andrés Díaz-Pachón discuss COVID-19, DNA, and information. 01:09 | Introducing Dr. Daniel Andrés Díaz-Pachón, Research Assistant Professor in the Division of Biostatistics at the University of Miami and Senior Researcher at t…
 
#84: Today, I am interviewing Adrian Salisbury - How to be a leader in the marketplace! We chatted about how he started out as a photographer and switched paths to become a marketing guru which led him on a journey of ups and downs as he navigated building a new business from the ground up and becoming the successful entrepreneur that he is today. …
 
AI is starting to write and some of the copy reads quite well. Other writing is garbage. What’s the capability and limitation of writing by AI? Will AI ever write a novel that wins the Nobel Prize for Literature? Robert J. Marks and Dr. Selmer Bringsjord discuss creativity, artificial intelligence, and writing. 00:37 | Introducing Selmer Bringsjord…
 
#83: Here are 5 takeaways we can learn from how Taiwan handled the outbreak of coronavirus and was able to limit the number of infected while still having "business as usual." Key Lessons from this episode: Stewardship: Do you manage the 4 invisible areas well? Transparent Communication: Are you being honest to your tribe? High level of social resp…
 
There are some who say immortality is available if we can upload our minds to a computer. This presupposes our minds are computable and can be duplicated by a computer. Are our minds computable? Robert J. Marks and Dr. Selmer Bringsjord discuss consciousness, cognition, and artificial intelligence. 00:39 | Introducing Selmer Bringsjord, Professor —…
 
The Turing test, developed by Alan Turing in 1950, is a test of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behaviour indistinguishable from a human. Many think that Turing’s proposal for intelligence, especially creativity, has been proven inadequate. Is the Lovelace test a better alternative? Robert J. Marks and Dr. Selmer Bringsjord discuss the T…
 
The brain can also both adapt and heal itself. How can we facilitate this healing in patients with brain challenges? Can this healing be accelerated without brain surgery? Using stimulation to the tongue can result in incredible changes to brain functions. Robert J. Marks and Dr. Jonathan Sackier discuss brain trauma, healing and stimulation. 01:11…
 
#82: Today, I am interviewing LaTara Venise - How to live a life of intent through proactive measures! We chatted about how she went to rock bottom and turned her life around with the phrase, "Color your soul" which allowed her to reconnect with who she is, giving her the ability to overcome her fears and live a life of proactivity. Key Lessons Fro…
 
If you’re in a coma, can you still think? Some fascinating neuroscience research sheds light on the brain function of those in comas. Robert J. Marks and Dr. Michael Egnor discuss comas, brain function, and types of thought. 00:29 | Introducing Dr. Michael Egnor, Professor of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics at State University of New York, Stony Brook0…
 
#81: Here are a few tips on how to not just survive this pandemic, but also thrive in all areas of your life: Key Lessons from this episode: Spiritually: it governs all. Physically: Turn common sense into common practice. Mentally: Deposit and Steward now for the coming harvest. Financially: Be that 5-Talent Servant. For Your Business: It’s all abo…
 
If you lose all four of your limbs, are you still you? Most people would say yes. What if your brain were cut into two pieces? Would you still be you? Robert J. Marks and Dr. Michael Egnor discuss splitting the brain and the research of Roger Sperry. 00:30 | Introducing Dr. Michael Egnor, Professor of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics at State University…
 
#80: Today, I am interviewing Diane Kucala - How to use Biblical principles as a guide for growing your business! We chatted about how she took Biblical principles and turned them into modern concepts, which allowed her to build a stable culture within her company, giving her the ability to better serve her customers and fulfil her purpose. Key Les…
 
There have been ongoing philosophical and theological arguments about free will vs. predestination. How do experiments on the human brain inform us on this question? Robert J. Marks discusses free will, free won’t, predestination, and the brain with Dr. Michael Egnor. 00:40 | Introducing Dr. Michael Egnor, Professor of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics a…
 
#79: Today, I am interviewing Ian Cleary - How to connect with influencers in the right way! We chatted about how he applied his strong technological background into the marketing world, allowing him to rise up as an influencer and how you can use his method to get a foothold into the social media world. Key Lessons From This Episode: How to identi…
 
How can business intelligence and data analytics help medical centers in countries like Uganda care for patients and operate more efficiently? Robert J. Marks discusses data analytics, inefficiency, and medicine with Dr. Peter Kulaba. 00:54 | Introducing Dr. Peter Kulaba02:13 | Medical challenges facing Uganda03:54 | Wasting the money used for heal…
 
#78: Today, I am interviewing Kingsley Grant - How to turn that midlife crisis into a successful midlife relaunch! We chatted about how being in your 40s and 50s is actually the best time to start a business as you have a lot of experience and a larger skill set than most entrepreneurs which gives you a huge advantage. Key Lessons From This Episode…
 
From the perspective of a brain surgeon, is there evidence for a soul? Is there evidence for a spirit? Robert J. Marks discusses neuroscience, brain surgery, the soul, and the spirit with Dr. Michael Egnor. 00:46 | Introducing Dr. Michael Egnor, Professor of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics at State University of New York, Stony Brook01:18 | Non-overlap…
 
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