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Cryptography FM is a weekly podcast with news and a featured interview covering the latest developments in theoretical and applied cryptography. Whether it's a new innovative paper on lattice-based cryptography or a novel attack on a secure messaging protocol, we'll get the people behind it on Cryptography FM to talk about it with your host, Nadim Kobeissi.
 
Zero Knowledge is a podcast which goes deep into the tech that will power the emerging decentralised web and the community building this. The podcast is made for fellow developers and people looking to educate themselves on the inner workings of the space. We are non-speculative and focus on the tech. Zero Knowledge is hosted by Anna Rose and Fredrik Harrysson. Our views do not come from nor represent our companies. Follow us at @fredhrson (https://twitter.com/fredhrson) & @AnnaRRose (https: ...
 
Horizen's blockchain technology platform empowers users to transact and communicate securely through Sphere by Horizen, their flagship application. Horizen's native cryptocurrency, ZEN, uses advanced ("zero-knowledge") cryptography for optional privacy. Their sidechain implementation and Software Development Kit (SDK) enables the development of public or private secure and scalable blockchain applications utilizing Horizen's open source technology and public infrastructure. Website: http://w ...
 
Quantum Computing is pretty cool, but how cool is it exactly? I can't answer that, but if you listen to the podcast you'll quickly learn that it lies somewhere between Very Cool and Extremely Cool. Minds.com: @1ethanhansen Email: 1ethanhansen@protonmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/quantumcomputingnow/support
 
Interested in what is going on in the world of blockchain and crypto assets? Want to understand how the most pioneering entrepreneurs, enterprises and governments are creating the digital economies of the future? Involving a range of superb guests of likeminded innovators, enablers, investors, government officials, executives and more, Encrypted takes you on a journey to make sense of what is going on in the Wild West of cryptocurrencies, understand valid use cases of blockchain technology a ...
 
With the transformational power of the scarcest money ever created in human history, Bitcoin, combined with logical-ethical principles of Austrian Economics, Keyvan trusts in the accelerated initiation and exponential process of monetary, financial, economical, social, scientific, technological, and spiritual evolution of human civilization. Keyvan Davani educates and entertains his listeners by interviewing fascinating experts with knowledge and wisdom about Bitcoin in his Podcast-Show Tota ...
 
Introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming. This course teaches students how to think algorithmically and solve problems efficiently. Topics include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, encapsulation, resource management, security, software engineering, and web development. Languages include C, PHP, and JavaScript plus SQL, CSS, and HTML. Problem sets inspired by real-world domains of biology, cryptography, finance, forensics, and gaming. ...
 
Explore the intersection between software and mathematics. Michael L Perry takes you on a journey through the history of computing, information theory, cryptography, distributed systems, and everywhere else that math has influenced technology. Not only will you dive into math papers, but you'll also learn valuable programming techniques that you can apply in any language. Code Erat Demonstrandum
 
en clair is a podcast about forensic linguistics, literary detection, language mysteries, cryptography, codes, language and the law, linguistic crime, undeciphered languages, and more, from past to present. Credits, links, podcast transcripts and more in the Case Notes: wp.lancs.ac.uk/enclair
 
Best known for his scary tales, mystery and detective stories and imaginative fantasy stories, Edgar Allan Poe was also a gifted poet. He wrote more than 70 poems and almost all of them have been widely appreciated by readers and critics alike. This collection contains some of his most famous ones, including the immortal Raven, which combines a sense of doom and nameless despair. With its ringing, alliterative and repetitive lines and strange, supernatural atmosphere, it remains one of Poe's ...
 
Sure, you already know all about computer science, physics, mathematics, yadda yadda yadda. But can you explain it to your boss in terms that won't explode his managerial head? More importantly, can you use your big, bulging brains to land dates? No, seriously? Okay, then. Intellectual Icebergs is for you. Join us, semi-weekly-to-monthly, as we explore topics ranging from cryptography and subatomic physics to geek dating tips and partyology. Intellectual Icebergs: helping to reveal the geek ...
 
Having left Sherlock Holmes apparently deceased at the conclusion of The Final Problem (in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes), we now find that he is alive after all! In this collection, first published in 1905, the great detective causes Watson to faint (The Empty House), demonstrates that cryptography is elementary (The Dancing Men), and gets engaged (Charles Augustus Milverton). Join in the fun as Holmes deduces his way through these thirteen adventures. (summary by Laurie Anne Walden)
 
A podcast hosted by Blockchain Israel, the largest community in Israel dedicated to Blockchain Solutions and Crypto Technologies. We'll be bringing thought leaders across industries to hear about their insights and input on how blockchain and crypto and its potential to disrupt industries. Our featured topics: Blockchain · Bitcoin · Cryptocurrency · Smart Contracts · Digital Currency · Virtual Currency · Decentralization · Cryptography · Decentralized Systems · Smart Property
 
Industry insiders David Hoffman and Christian Keroles, explore the markets, news, and interesting topics in cryptocurrency. POV Crypto offers listeners a diverse range of perspective from their experience living this brave new blockchain world. Please follow the show on Twitter @POVCryptopod David Hoffman on Twitter and Medium @trustless_state Christian Keroles on Twitter @reallife_ck
 
Introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming. This course teaches students how to think algorithmically and solve problems efficiently. Topics include abstraction, encapsulation, data structures, databases, memory management, software development, virtualization, and websites. Languages include C, PHP, and JavaScript plus SQL, CSS, and XHTML. Problem sets inspired by real-world domains of biology, cryptography, finance, forensics, and gaming. De ...
 
South By Southwest (SXSW) dedicates itself to helping creative people achieve their goals. Our annual conference and festivals celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries. An essential destination for global professionals, the event features sessions, showcases, screenings, exhibitions, and a variety of networking opportunities. SXSW proves that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together. This weekly podcast features Keyno ...
 
Things of Interest is hosted by Serena Chen and Sophia Frentz, and is a podcast that encompasses, in its purest form, things that we find interesting. Our discussions often center around technological advancements and how they affect social issues. As two socially-conscious millennial nerds, who is better placed to talk about artificial intelligence, leadership, bitcoin, quantum computers, gene editing, and fandom? Probably no-one.fandom? Probably no-one.
 
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#Bitcoin #Cryptography #Cypherpunks #JimEpstein #Code Jim Epstein- executive editor at Reason TV & Podcasts- joins me in this episode to talk to me about: -Insights into his 4 part-documentary-series "Cypherpunks write Code" -Cryptography -Threats Privacy, Free Speech, and Freedom -Open Source Technologies -Lightning Network -Bitcoin and much more.…
 
Upgrading isn't just for phone systems. Quantum information science tackles the upgrade of old existing technologies, which run by classical physics laws, to those that function in the quantum realm. It's as easy as it sounds: Vlatko Vederal tells listeners what this entails and what possibilities researchers like him are working toward. Listen and…
 
Ever since its introduction in 2012, the BLAKE hash function has been reputed for achieving performance matching and even exceeding MD5 while still maintaining a high security margin. While the original BLAKE did make it as a finalist to the NIST SHA3 competition, Keccak was ultimately selected. But this hasn’t discouraged the BLAKE team, who in Ja…
 
By the time of WW2, war strategies were a lot more complicated than the end of World War 1. In World War 1, much of the war was fought using trench warfare. However, during World War 2, soldiers were engaged in different styles of war including land battle - Blitzkrieg, air battle - Blitzkrieg, naval battle - U-Boats, and mathematical battle - Cryp…
 
For much of recorded history, humans beings have been trying to devise unbreakable codes (and break the codes of their rivals). But is there any truly unbreakable code? And what exactly is Cicada 3301? Join Ben and Matt as they decipher cryptography in this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-adverti…
 
Stories of ghosts predate written history, and cultures around the world believe in one form of spirit or another. But why? If there's no currently accepted scientific proof that ghosts exists, then what are millions of people around the world claiming to see? Join Ben, Matt, and Noel as they explore ghosts and the afterlife in this classic episode…
 
An exciting step closer to a cure for diabetes starts with a bit of gastric tissue. Joe Zhou's lab works on tissue regeneration and repair and organ regeneration. In this podcast, he discusses a life-changing possibility alongside Richard's thoughtful questions. They take listeners across a new frontier of research, covering How insulin-producing b…
 
Independent consultant and researcher Marciel Maffini has made it her mission to change woefully outdated laws and scientific processes for assessing food safety. This podcast is an essential listen before you take another product off the grocery shelf. She describes The many chemicals added to food, including food preservatives, or come from equip…
 
Human beings have been collecting things for as long as anyone can remember. While there is some disagreement as to whether this activity is purely psychological in basis, there are certainly a number of possible motives for why a person might collect things. ​People may collect things because of some sentimental value or monetary value; they may a…
 
Every Monday at 3:30PM UTC/11:30AM EST Horizen gives a LIVE update on Discord including a Q&A session with the community. Weekly Insider detailed chat channel in Discord: http://bit.ly/WeeklyInsider62 October 19, 2020, Weekly team updates from the following divisions: * Engineering * Node network * Product/UX * Customer service/Helpdesk * Legal * B…
 
The UK goes public with plans to mount firearms on drones. Paris Hilton provides insight on the dangers of the 'troubled teen' industry. Retired US Senator Harry Reid doubles down on UFOs, arguing that Uncle Sam has some information the US government does not want you to know. All this and more in this week's Strange News. Learn more about your ad-…
 
Topic Summary: - Xiaomi 80W wireless charging - An iPhone 12 with USB-C would really help the environment - iPhone 12 demand - Microsoft Flight Sim mod lets you fly around gigantic PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles - Google now has a “hum to search” feature - Clear Wants to Own Your Entire Digital Identity - The EU is investigating Instagram for alleg…
 
Imagine scientists designing technology based on the double-helix DNA structure in our cells: well, it's happened and this podcast takes you on a futuristic journey into an exciting technology. Richard talks with a researcher working on this technology and the two speculate on exciting possibilities. So hold on tight, and learn about How antenna th…
 
This is a story about how studying a buried city in the jungle led to an urgent call to utilize a new technology to map our earth. Archaeologist Christopher Fisher was astounded by LiDAR technology when he used it to map an ancient city covered by sense forest canopy in Honduras. This podcast explores what happened next. Listen and learn How he was…
 
Ready to explore energy sources and supercapacitor applications you can build with? The time is now for energy storage advances and this podcast explores an exciting structural possibility. To learn more about this advancement in energy, listen and hear How Julio D'Arcy's lab was able to transform a brick ingredient, hematite, into an energy-storin…
 
Derek Abbott opens up a decades-long mystery for listeners in this exploration of biomedical engineering technology applied to an unidentified dead man found on a beach in 1948. Listen and learn How electrical engineering techniques can marry medicine and biology to tackle tricky problems, How he has used everything from the cut of the Somerton man…
 
The war crimes committed against Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos, and Russians by Imperial Japan during the Pacific War have been well documented and acknowledged, unfortunately mostly outside of Japan. What is discussed less frequently is the McCarthy-like era Japan underwent in the 20th Century. A key difference between Japan’s McCarthy-like era and …
 
Derek Manky, Chief of Security Insights & Global Threat Alliances at Fortinet's FortiGuard Labs, said that cybercriminals cashed in on the surge of COVID-19 earlier this year with phishing emails purporting to be from healthcare professionals offering more resources and information about the pandemic.…
 
Dr. Markus Krall- Bestsellerautor, Wirtschaftswissenschafter, CEO von Degussa und Gründer der Atlas Initiative für Recht und Freiheit- spricht mit mir und Stefanie von Jan (Ökonomie-Dozentin, Autorin & Bitcoinerin) über: In diesem Podcast befragen wir Markus Krall über seine Meinung zu Bitcoin und klären mögliche Missverständnisse auf. Markus Krall…
 
Everyone loves looking sharp - and saving money in the process. But what if there's a hidden cost to all this fast fashion and these trendy cosmetics? In the second part of this series, the guys return to the underbelly of the worldwide fashion and cosmetic industries, exploring how the global production process affects wildlife and spreads polluti…
 
Are you ready for another POV Crypto Fight Night? This week, CK and David discuss hot stories in Bitcoin, Ethereum and DeFi. We cover the following: Topics: Square buys Bitcoin Bitcoin Vs the Dollar Ethereum as a Money BTC Vs Ethereum Please rate and share the podcast! You can find us @POVCryptopod on Twitter. David Hoffman on Twitter and Medium @T…
 
The Threatpost editors break down the top security stories of the week ended Oct. 16, including: Patch Tuesday insanity, with Microsoft and Adobe releasing fixes for severe vulnerabilities - including a critical, potentially wormable remote code execution Microsoft vulnerability Barnes and Noble being hacked - and why some readers are unhappy with …
 
Valkyrie has brought together some of the best minds to utilize artificial intelligence in operations management. This podcast presents a fascinating conversation on the latest ways artificial intelligence can impact decision making. Plug in, listen, and hear Ways this applied-sciences firm uses biologists, chemists, and physicists to deploy deep l…
 
#Bitcoin #Privacy #SelfCustody #Regulators #Governments #Europol #CentralBanks #FATF #Compliance #China #CBDC #KYC #AML #Lockdown Neil Woodfine, Marketing Director at Blockstream, joins me in this thrilling and educational episode to talk about: -Central Bank Digital Currenices (CBDC), Surveillance, & Control -FATF / Europol / Regulators & Governme…
 
Could Lyme disease be man-made? What insights can the Bible give us about the mysteries of the Bronze Age? Just how problematic is the foster care industry? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this week's listener mail segment. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
While chronic kidney disease diagnosis is rare in children, its effects are profound. Furthermore, there's so much scientists don't know about kidney function. Keia Sanderson is hoping to change that. She specializes in chronic kidney disease treatment in pediatric patients and discusses avenues to advance treatment and prevention. This podcast giv…
 
About a two-hour drive from the capital city of Bangkok is the western province of Kanchanaburi. With an etymological name translating to “The City of Gold”, Kanachanburi is exemplified by its national parks, waterfalls, and elephant sanctuaries. Following the flow of the Khwae Yai river, spectators can gaze upon farmers tending to their rice patti…
 
"As a flu researcher," says Stacey Schultz-Cherry, "it's frustrating to hear 'it's just flu.'" This podcast helps listeners gain a much better understanding about the constant effort to pin down strains for vaccines and the need for better spillover maintenance. She explains Why researching infectious viruses like influenza in high-risk populations…
 
Could a mysterious slab of stone near Kensington, Minnesota hold the key to a forgotten piece of ancient history? According to the true believers, this stone, discovered in the late 1800s, proves that Vikings made it deep into the interior of North America in the 1300s -- only to disappear soon afterward, leaving no trace but a grisly story carved …
 
In this episode, we chat with John Adler - co-founder of Lazy Ledger and Fuel Labs. We compare Optimistic Rollups and ZK Rollups as well as discuss how Ethereum, specifically Eth1, could look over the next few years. We also talk about the data availability challenge in blockchains and how Lazy Ledger aims to solve this. Relevant links can be found…
 
Early in his studies, Nils Pilotte realized he wanted to pursue research with direct human applications and neglected tropical diseases fit that bill. This podcast explores this sorely-needed research and ways scientists like Nils Pilotte are making a difference. Listen and learn How soil-transmitted helminths steal nutrition from their human host,…
 
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