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A podcast about the Chinese tech industry by Tom Xiong, Eva Xiao and Jacob Loven. Created together with RADII (radiichina.com), an independent media platform about today's China and its next generation. Digitally China is a bi-weekly podcast where we together with experts discuss the fascinating stories from the Chinese tech industry from a Chinese and global perspective. New trends and technology will change our world - Digitally China wants to deliver a fresh perspective on how tech will i ...
 
Dear Seekers is a platform and podcast for the curious, reflective and explorative souls. Our core endeavour is to encourage curiosity, create meaningful encounters and conversations, celebrate the rare and offbeat, inspire the maker, protect the past, and unit the curious. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Femme FM is a feminist radio show centering QTBIPOC folks in Halifax, NS. Hosts Shaya Ishaq and Rebecca Stuckey explore intersectional issues with rotating guests and topics. Allie Graham and Madi Haslam produce the podcast. Carmella Farahbakhsh does show outreach, script writing and visioning. Lianne Xiao runs our Femme FM twitter and Julia-Simone Rutgers is getting our tumblr up and running.
 
A weekly discussion of current affairs in China with journalists, writers, academics, policy makers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that's reshaping the world. A SupChina production, hosted by Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn.
 
Stanford Pathfinders features engaging dialogue with some of Stanford’s most accomplished alumni. Hosted by Howard Wolf, vice president for alumni affairs at Stanford University and president of the Stanford Alumni Association, this podcast provides a special opportunity for Stanford stalwarts to share their insights and experiences as leaders in politics, entertainment, sports, technology and more.
 
In Career Talks for Cross-Cultural Professionals, Samuel Yip interviews business leaders with diverse cultural background from different industries to discuss how they became leaders and the forces that shape their career. The goal of this project is to help empower cross-cultural professionals to further foster their career advancement and leadership development.
 
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A paper published in the Lancet Digital Health found that less than 1% of clinical AI studies reviewed were of sufficient quality to have confidence in their results. This is a huge problem. Dr Xiao Liu and Professor Alastair Denniston are part of the team who published that study — and to tackle this this problem — they have today published the fi…
 
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the legal icon known as the architect of the legal fight for women’s rights in the 1970s, is remembered in this episode of Stanford Legal by her former SCOTUS clerk Lisa Beattie Frelinghuysen. Join Pam, Joe, and Lisa for this discussion about RBG’s legacy, key cases, and recollections of the notorious justice.Originally…
 
What areas of AI in Medicine don’t get enough attention? Professor Geraint Rees is the Dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences at UCL, Pro-Vice-Provost of AI and is also the director of UCL Business — its technology transfer arm. His research is primarily in cognitive neuroscience and he has been cited over 35,000 times with a h index of 93. He sits a…
 
Jiayang Fan, friend of Sinica and staff writer for The New Yorker, joins Kaiser and Jeremy for a discussion on her recently published long-form piece, How my mother and I became Chinese propaganda. The three talk about the experiences that informed her writing, her mother, and how this piece has been received in the United States and abroad. 7:27: …
 
Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) is the co-founder of cleancoders.com, author of several very popular books including clean code, public speaker, idol of many programmers. Uncle Bob joins to talk about clean code, such as its definition, guiding principles, best practices, test coverage, TDD, etc. Sponsor Proton Text is a complete SMS texting solution …
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E126 | Rafael Pelayo: How to get a good night’s sleepA sleep expert offers insight into why so many of us are not getting enough zzz’s, what the consequences are and, above all, how we can sleep better.COVID-19 is changing how many scientists, like Stanford sleep expert Rafael Pelayo, MD, view their field. …
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:Marietje Schaake: Can democracy survive in a digital world?A former Member of the European Parliament sizes up the state of democracy in the digital age and finds much to fret about, but also ways to fight back.Marietje Schaake was a Member of the European Parliament from 2009 to 2019 and now serves as the …
 
Neurodiversity champion, advocate and innovator Ronan McGovern discusses the NDGiFTS movement and the untapped potential of the cognitively diverse in the business world. According to McGovern, all organizations, everywhere, can benefit from the perspectives and unique ways of thinking that come with a neurodiverse-inclusive team.…
 
Prof. Dr. Lina Benabdallah discusses her latest book, "Shaping the Future of Power: Knowledge production and network-building in China-Africa Relations." Lina looks at China's rise and the Belt and Road beyond the hardware investments - the major infrastructure projects which have been most emphasized. She compares three major types of professional…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ AltmanAndrew Huberman: How stress affects the mind — and how to relieve itThe year has unleashed stresses few would have imagined just months ago, but the science of stress — and of stress relief — is keeping pace. A Stanford neurobiologist explains.Andrew Huberman is a Stanford neurobiologist and ophthalmologist …
 
Since 2010, the China in Africa Podcast has brought balanced, wide-ranging conversations about one of the most consequential developments in the global economy and geopolitics to a worldwide audience. Today, in honor of the 500th episode, Kaiser and Jeremy chat with the show’s co-founders, Eric Olander and Cobus van Staden, about its history and th…
 
Do we want a Silicon Valley for healthcare? Professor Tony Young is the National Clinical Director for Innovation at NHS England, co-founder of the UK’s £500M MedTech Campus, founder of the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme and a consultant urological surgeon. Tony was awarded an OBE for services to clinical leadership in the 2019 New Year Honour…
 
David Masri is Salesforce Architect, Data Architect, 9x Salesforce Certified, Certified Google Data Engineer, Director of Professional Services at Plative. David joins to talk about the difference between Salesforce data migration and integration, their best practices, record locking issue among many other points from his book. Sponsors This episod…
 
This week, we're delighted to bring you the first episode of Mary Kay Magistad's brand new podcast, On China's New Silk Road. Mary Kay is a veteran China reporter and a dear friend of the Sinica Podcast – a frequent guest in our early days. After she moved back to the States, she created another great podcast called Who's Century It It?, a show tha…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Keisha Brown, Mark Akpaninyie, and Leland Lazarus about initiatives they're involved with to increase black representation in China-related fields. Keisha Brown is a historian of modern China who is an assistant professor in the Department of History, Political Science, Geography, and Africana Studies at Tenne…
 
Brian Shea, who joins to talk about consulting on an existing org, is 8x Certified, Salesforce Architect at Shea Consulting LLC. Sponsor Proton Text is a complete SMS texting solution built for the Lightning Platform, and by one of our previous guests Pat McClellan. Main Points Working in a brand new v.s. Old Salesforce environment Brian’s definiti…
 
What's it like running a company which has raised $90M? Dr Ben Maruthappu is the co-founder and CEO of Cera Care — a technology enabled home care company. I could speak about Ben’s achievements and accolades for hours, but to give you a whistle stop tour — he is a successful doctorpreneur, has published some very influential papers, and has worked …
 
This week on Sinica, in a show that was streamed live on August 27, Kaiser and Jeremy examine China’s efforts to fulfill the goal of Xí Jìnpíng 习近平 of eradicating extreme poverty in China by the end of this year. They are joined by two guests: Gāo Qín 高琴 is a professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work and the founding director of th…
 
Matt Kaufman, who joins to talk about reusable web component, is 19x Certified, 3x Trailhead Ranger, Dreamforce Speaker, Book author, GDG Community Organizer, Chief Innovation Officer in MK Partners. Sponsors This episode is sponsored by FormAssembly. 22 Ways to Use FormAssembly for Remote Work Success – Learn how to streamline remote work processe…
 
Do you need to be a silverback gorilla to be a good leader? 🦍 Professor David Lomas is the Vice Provost (Health) at University College London and Head of UCL Medical School. He is also a hugely accomplished academic with his most notable work focusing on alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency. He has a h-index of 95. We talk about lots of things — like the…
 
In a show taped in May, Kaiser chats with New York–based rapper Bohan Phoenix, who has gained audiences in both the U.S. and China, and Allyson Toy, his manager, a Chinese American who has worked on cross-cultural music promotion and lived in Shanghai for a few years before returning to the U.S. in 2018. In a wide-ranging discussion, they look at h…
 
Mark Seemann, who joins to talk about Functional Programming and Haskell, is a self-employed programmer and software architect, book author, PluralSight author, public conference speaker, Humane Code Video author in Cleancoders.com. Sponsor Proton Text is a complete SMS texting solution built for the Lightning Platform, and by one of our previous g…
 
In this episode, Dr. Tyler Harlan breaks down the discourses vs. reality of the green turn in the Belt and Road Initiative since Xi Jinping announced it in 2017. He describes the state of knowledge and realities of implementation of the three main aspects of the 'Green Belt and Road': green finance, green energy, and green development cooperation. …
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E123 | Manu Prakash: How to beat a pandemic on a budgetA prolific inventor of low-cost, high-impact healthcare devices recently set his sights on COVID-19.Manu Prakash was in France when COVID-19 took hold throughout the world. There, the Stanford bioengineer, famous for “frugal science” like his $1 field m…
 
Anxiety and Depression are linked with inflammation. Key regulator of the cellular antioxidant response NRF2 may play a role. Discover how an ancient herbal formula may help us better understand the relationship between depression and inflammation as well as the role of metabolites as possible biological markers for more objective diagnosis of majo…
 
This episode of the Sinica Podcast, recorded in June 2017, is running as a bonus this week. The arrest of Stephen Bannon yesterday on August 20, 2020, has brought renewed media attention to Guō Wénguì 郭文贵, a business associate of Bannon’s who is wanted by the Chinese government. The Wall Street Journal has recently reported that the federal authori…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser and Jeremy chat with Leland Lazarus, an American diplomat stationed in Barbados. Leland is a China specialist, and the conversation focuses on the U.S. response to growing Chinese influence in the Caribbean — an area that the U.S. has long considered its backyard, and a region that is home to many of the states that stil…
 
Do you want the granular step-by-step on how to launch your own MedTech startup? Dr Krishan Ramdoo was an ENT Surgeon before co-founding TympaHealth; the world’s first all in one hearing health assessment system. It’s essentially a digital otoscope (a scope that helps visualise inside the ear). Traditionally this was an analogue device, so no one e…
 
Those who have followed this podcast in the past, and those who follow developments in cybernetics in the present, will be no strangers to the name Ranulph Glanville. This brilliant, multiple-PhD holding polymath who co-mingled cybernetics with ethics, pedagogy, and, above all, design, has, through his voluminous body of ground-breaking papers, had…
 
Mark Seemann, who joins to talk about SOLID principles, is a self-employed programmer and software architect, book author, PluralSight author, public conference speaker, Humane Code Video author in Cleancoders.com. Sponsor This episode is sponsored by Copado. Copado is the first Salesforce Delivery Management solution and the #1 native DevOps platf…
 
Wade has lived in ashrams, competed at the Mr. Universe as a drug free vegetarian, written several books, and co-founded a nutrition company. He's also served as an advisor to the American Anti-Cancer Institute. Why is this good for you? Because you get to discover how enzymes can help you look better, think clearer, and fix your tummy.…
 
Director of the Prevention and Public Health Group at UCSF George Rutherford, MD, provides a glimpse into the university’s response to COVID-19. Doctors are studying all aspects of the infectious disease, including how to contain it, the ins and outs of testing, what contact tracing can do, and how to safely reopen schools.…
 
In the heat of war, the legality of the U.S. bombing of Japanese cities Hiroshima and Nagsaki in August, 1945 wasn’t questioned. But the devastation of those nuclear bombs, with hundreds of thousands of mostly civilians dead, spurred the international community to look for ways to prevent it from ever happening again. But today, 75 years later, the…
 
With Covid-19 still spreading in the U.S., and November fast approaching, more Americans are looking to mail-in voting. How can the presidential election be held safely? Voting law expert Nate Persily and law student Chelsey Davidson join Pam and Joe to discuss challenges for voting this year and possible solutions.Originally aired on SiriusXM on A…
 
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing us to make difficult choices about school, work, personal health, and mental well-being. How do we make good decisions? Political scientist Rob Reich, who teaches courses on ethics, walks us through a framework. Originally aired on SiriusXM on August 15, 2020.By Stanford Radio
 
What does the future radiologist look like? What does everyone get wrong when regulating their AI startup? Dr Hugh Harvey trained as a consultant radiologist and is now the managing director of Hardian Health; a health-tech consultancy firm. He has had an incredible career, sitting at the interface of Medicine and technology. He was headhunted by D…
 
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