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Making artificial intelligence practical, productive, and accessible to everyone. Practical AI is a show in which technology professionals, business people, students, enthusiasts, and expert guests engage in lively discussions about Artificial Intelligence and related topics (Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, etc). The focus is on productive implementations and real-world scenarios that are accessible to everyone. If you want to keep up with the latest advances in AI, while k ...
 
Neuroscience and artificial intelligence work better together. Brain inspired is a celebration and exploration of the ideas driving our progress to understand intelligence. I interview experts about their work at the interface of neuroscience, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, philosophy, psychology, and more: the symbiosis of these overlapping fields, how they inform each other, where they differ, what the past brought us, and what the future brings. Topics include computational n ...
 
In Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, philosopher David Hume examines whether belief in God can be rational. The work takes the form of a debate between three characters: Cleanthes, who argues that the existence and nature of God can be empirically verified; Demea, who argues that God is completely beyond human knowledge; and Philo, a philosophical skeptic widely thought to represent Hume's own beliefs. Much of the debate centers around Cleanthes' presentation of the analogical argument ...
 
In this informal bi-weekly podcast, we'll talk about a range of ideas found in South Asian philosophy, along with their connections to the modern day. Your host is a philosopher who reads Sanskrit texts and thinks about how the modern and premodern are intertwined. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/malcolm-keating/support
 
The podcast from statisticians for statisticians to have a bigger impact at work. This podcast is set up in association with PSI - Promoting Statistical Insight. This podcast helps you to grow your leadership skills, learn about ongoing discussions in the scientific community, build you knowledge about the health sector and be more efficient at work. This podcast helps statisticians at all levels with and without management experience. It is targeted towards the health, but lots of topics wi ...
 
The AWS Podcast is the definitive cloud platform podcast for developers, dev ops, and cloud professionals seeking the latest news and trends in storage, security, infrastructure, serverless, and more. Join Simon Elisha and Jeff Barr for regular updates, deep dives and interviews. Whether you’re building machine learning and AI models, open source projects, or hybrid cloud solutions, the AWS Podcast has something for you.
 
Smart machines based upon the principles of artificial intelligence and machine learning are now prevalent in our everyday life. For example, artificially intelligent systems recognize our voices, sort our pictures, make purchasing suggestions, and can automatically fly planes and drive cars. In this podcast series, we examine such questions such as: How do these devices work? Where do they come from? And how can we make them even smarter and more human-like? These are the questions that wil ...
 
Artificial intelligence is a tremendously beneficial technology that's advancing at an incredibly rapid pace. As more and more organisations adopt and implement AI we find that the main challenges are not in the technology itself but in the human side, ie: the approaches, chosen problems and what's called 'the last mile', etc. That's why Data Futurology focuses on the leadership side of AI and how to get the most value from it. Join me, Felipe Flores, a Data Science executive with almost 20 ...
 
The Perennial Truth is the truth that does not change. It gives you something to hold onto while you explore the ever-changing currents of life. Like the soul, The Perennial Truth comes form a realm that is beyond creation. It allows one to view life from a higher context, like a picture of the completed puzzles on the box of life. Each of us interprets life and its events according to our personal level of understanding. The questions we ask, causal patterns we discern, connections we make, ...
 
Elucidations is an unexpected philosophy podcast produced in association with the University of Chicago. Each month, Matt Teichman sits down with a person of philosophical interest to discuss their view on a topic. Now and again, he is joined by an awesome co-host. Some of the guests are philosophy professors, some of the guests are other kinds of professors, and some of the guests are not professors. Either way, the goal is to develop a feel for how the guest’s perspective hangs together in ...
 
Brooks Adams (1848-1927), was an American historian and a critic of capitalism. He believed that commercial civilizations rise and fall in predictable cycles. First, masses of people draw together in large population centers and engage in commercial activities. As their desire for wealth grows, they discard spiritual and creative values. Their greed leads to distrust and dishonesty, and eventually the society crumbles. In The Law of Civilisation and Decay (1895), Adams noted that as new popu ...
 
In Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, philosopher David Hume examines whether belief in God can be rational. The work takes the form of a debate between three characters: Cleanthes, who argues that the existence and nature of God can be empirically verified; Demea, who argues that God is completely beyond human knowledge; and Philo, a philosophical skeptic widely thought to represent Hume’s own beliefs. Much of the debate centers around Cleanthes’ presentation of the analogical argument ...
 
Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
 
Dive into the growing role that data science plays in the latest biomedical innovations. I’m your host, Anika Gupta, a PhD student in Bioinformatics at Harvard and the Broad Institute. Join me for ~30 minutes each week as I go behind the scenes and check the pulse with domain experts and rising stars who are leading advances in data-driven human health. For a glossary of terms and resources my guests recommend, check out: bit.ly/datapulse-glossary Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the- ...
 
Brooks Adams (1848- 1927), was an American historian and a critic of capitalism. He believed that commercial civilizations rise and fall in predictable cycles. First, masses of people draw together in large population centers and engage in commercial activities. As their desire for wealth grows, they discard spiritual and creative values. Their greed leads to distrust and dishonesty, and eventually the society crumbles. In The Law of Civilisation and Decay (1895), Adams noted that as new pop ...
 
The Department of Statistics at Oxford is a world leader in research including computational statistics and statistical methodology, applied probability, bioinformatics and mathematical genetics. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), Oxford's Mathematical Sciences submission was ranked overall best in the UK. This is an exciting time for the Department. We have now moved into our new home on St Giles and we are currently settling in. The new building provides improved lecture and ...
 
Are you a researcher or data scientist / analyst / ninja? Do you want to learn Bayesian inference, stay up to date or simply want to understand what Bayesian inference is? Then this podcast is for you! You'll hear from researchers and practitioners of all fields about how they use Bayesian statistics, and how in turn YOU can apply these methods in your modeling workflow. When I started learning Bayesian methods, I really wished there were a podcast out there that could introduce me to the me ...
 
Philosophiraga is an audio presentation in the Well-Red Mage family of content. Each episode, I look at a big idea from the history of philosophy and discuss how it relates to the world of video games. It's sort of like an introductory philosophy course mashed up with gaming culture, which (I like to think) makes it a bit more interesting. If you've already studied philosophy, you're unlikely to learn anything new from Philosophiraga... but I hope you might be able to enjoy listening anyway.
 
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In this episode Ellie Murray and Lucy D’Agostino McGowan chat with Ralph D’Agostino Sr. and Ralph D’Agostino Jr. about their careers in statistics, looking back at how things have developed and forward at where they see the world of statistics and epidemiology going. We’re excited to kick off the 100th year of the American Journal of Epidemiology w…
 
In this episode:John Mueller comments on paying for content which includes followed linksAre you monitoring your competitors’ content creation?Gary Illyes speaks on the diversity of Google’s index.Marie’s thoughts on Rand Fishkin’s article on inferred links and Google’s use of machine learningThis episode corresponds with newsletter episode 167:htt…
 
We have Carlos Avello, Marketing Science Lead at Amazon (Director of Marketing Analytics at eBay at the time of recording) joining us for an insightful chat on Causal Inference and how it can help businesses understand causes and impacts for better decision making. Even before ecommerce started, Carlos was already working within an extremely data-d…
 
It’s tempting to believe that people can outsource decisions to machines — that algorithms are objective, and it’s easier and fairer to dump the burden on them. But convenience conceals the complicated truth: when lives are made or broken by AI, we need transparency about the way we ask computers questions, and we need to understand what kinds of p…
 
Dileep and I discuss his theoretical account of how the thalamus and cortex work together to implement visual inference. We talked previously about his Recursive Cortical Network (RCN) approach to visual inference, which is a probabilistic graph model that can solve hard problems like CAPTCHAs, and more recently we talked about using his RCNs with …
 
Have you ever wondered why the same thing keeps happening to you. The same obstacle! The same challenges! The same distresses! Understanding your own karmic wheel of samsara will awaken you to freeing yourself from the chains of your own karmic debt and living with full awareness of what is and what Divine is trying to show you for your own growth …
 
MLCommons launched in December 2020 as an open engineering consortium that seeks to accelerate machine learning innovation and broaden access to this critical technology for the public good. David Kantor, the executive director of MLCommons, joins us to discuss the launch and the ambitions of the organization. In particular we discuss the three pil…
 
Have you thought about the difference between prayer and meditation? In some texts, we are taught that they are one of the same. Are they really? Can prayer save us from this pandemic? Can meditation lead us to understanding life? How do you pray? What is prayer and what is meditation? Listen to this talk as TLB takes us on a journey of understandi…
 
In this episode of The Examined Life, Phil Kallberg talks about the monomyth, the idea that all stories follow the same universal pattern. He further argues the reason this pattern is universal is that it is a reflection of the story of Christ's saving of humanity and other stories cannot help but use that pattern. I conclude by covering some criti…
 
It’s generally agreed machine learning and AI provide neuroscience with tools for analysis and theoretical principles to test in brains, but there is less agreement about what neuroscience can provide AI. Should computer scientists and engineers care about how brains compute, or will it just slow them down, for example? Chris, Sam, and I discuss ho…
 
Interview with Swarna Thus, I'm thrilled to talk with Swarna Khare about this topic. Swarna is a long-term listener of the effective statistician and today, it is a great opportunity for her to share with us the ways to think and act more strategic. We answer the following important points: The role of the branding of statistics and how it led Swar…
 
Simon takes you through more updates and new things to explore! Chapters: 01:03 AWS Marketplace, 01:43 Analytics, 12:03 Application Integration, 13:41 Block Chain, 14:06 Business Applications, 14:16 Compute, 17:37 Cost Management, 18:09 Customer Engagement, 18:33 Database, 20:46 Developer Tools, 22:07 End User Computing, 22:33 Game Tech, 22:50 Inte…
 
This episode is just over an hour and includes a meditation process after. Please make sure to take your time after the process and drink lots of water to release any toxins that may surface. Distant Reiki Healing has been specially directed through this episode to reach you. TLB truer talks on Ayahuasca, Consciousness, the Mental Being, Death and …
 
Join our hero Sankarshana as he travels around the kingdom, vanquishing foes...with reason. Part 1 of 2. To read the whole play, get the Clay Sanskrit Library translation of Much Ado about Religion by Csaba Dezsö, published 2005 by NYU Press. https://nyupress.org/9780814719794/much-ado-about-religion/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/…
 
In this episode:Possible small update January 7-9, 2021Lots of discussion on Google getting better at understanding intentDid the December core update lower the dial on authority?Subtopics are live and this is probably a big dealHow to analyze pre and post update SERPS for clues as to how to help your clients rank betterQ&A: Should I create one mas…
 
After migrating a thousand enterprises to AWS, we’ve learned a one-size-fits-all migration approach does not meet all workload needs. Specialized workloads that are mission critical to your business, such as SAP and databases, require migration expertise and a customized plan. But how to do that at-scale, without undue complexity for customers?…
 
We are joined by Aurelie Jacquet, Chair of Standards Australia, an independent not-for-profit organisation that specializes in the development and adoption of internationally-aligned standards in Australia. Aurelie is an expert in governance, data ethics, privacy and responsible use of technology. She starts by sharing with us how her journey in th…
 
American Express is running what is perhaps the largest commercial ML model in the world; a model that automates over 8 billion decisions, ingests data from over $1T in transactions, and generates decisions in mere milliseconds or less globally. Madhurima Khandelwal, head of AMEX AI Labs, joins us for a fascinating discussion about scaling research…
 
Interview with Paolo Eusebi Interestingly, the visualization of uncertainty - one of the primary forms we use to communicate it - is a rather unknown field. In this episode, I'm very excited to speak with Paolo Eusebi, who has done research in this field to answer the following questions: What can we learn from examples outside of medical research?…
 
AWS helps leading industrial customers transform their business with the broadest set of cloud services and solutions, and an extensive partner network, while taking advantage of the highest standards for privacy and data security. Today Simon is joined by Kartik Dalal and Brant Swidler to learn more about how Amazon Monitron and Amazon Lookout for…
 
Alison and I discuss her work to accelerate learning and thus improve AI by studying how children learn, as Alan Turing suggested in his famous 1950 paper. The ways children learn are via imitation, by learning abstract causal models, and active learning by implementing a high exploration/exploitation ratio. We also discuss child consciousness, psy…
 
This is a bit of a different episode in which Marie shares how she transitioned from a great career as a veterinarian to become a freelance SEO and eventually run a fantastic and successful company. She shares some thoughts on the December core update as well.This episode corresponds with newsletter episode 165:https://www.mariehaynes.com/newslette…
 
We’re starting 2021 with Silvio Giorgio, GM Data Science & Strategy at Australia Post. He is an energetic senior leader appointed by the Group CFO to disrupt finance from within. Silvio establishes and leads Data Science for Australia Post applying artificial intelligence, machine learning, predictive modelling, robotics and much more to improve pe…
 
In this episode of Learning Machines 101, we review Chapter 6 of my book “Statistical Machine Learning” which introduces methods for analyzing the behavior of machine inference algorithms and machine learning algorithms as dynamical systems. We show that when dynamical systems can be viewed as special types of optimization algorithms, the behavior …
 
This episode holds the introduction for Season Two. The focus is around understanding the pandemic from a spiritual context and looking deeper at the meaning behind its events. This episode looks at the significance of the virus, how meditation can help and also shares some clarity around hallucinogens for our awakening. Please connect with us thro…
 
Interview with Beth Manning So today, I'm glad I have a great colleague with me who is an expert on change management and has helped me a lot to drive changes within a big organization. Listen to this episode and learn the following points: Key steps one should consider when driving change Common problems people step into Skills to learn to become …
 
I don’t know if you noticed, but I have a fondness for any topic related to decision-making under uncertainty — when it’s studied scientifically of course. Understanding how and why people make decisions when they don’t have all the facts is fascinating to me. That’s why I like electoral forecasting and I love cognitive sciences. So, for the first …
 
Today Simon is joined by Laura Thomson, Senior Product Manager at AWS, to talk about the newly announced Fault Injection Simulator (FIS) which offers a fully managed chaos engineering solution. They'll dive into what chaos engineering really means, how it can help make your applications more resilient, and how FIS can assist your team in taking adv…
 
This month, Greg Salmieri (University of Texas at Austin) returns for his third appearance on Elucidations, this time to talk about doing right by yourself. What was the last thing you did? The last thing I did was pull a shot of espresso. I wouldn’t say I made coffee as an end in itself, even though I love the taste of the roast I just used. If I …
 
We kick off Season 2 with an amazing podcast around time. Today is Jan 1 2021, and as many celebrate, replan and rethink there life purpose, I, like other sincere seekers, ponder about whether time is actually relevant or not. Over the past year, I have 'lost track of time', and actually have been the better for it as my awareness has expanded more…
 
When is a door not really a door? When it's ajar! That old joke equivocates on two meanings of "ajar" In this episode we look at how equivocation can impact our reasoning, like when we ask, When is a doctor not really a doctor? We explore a few other ways that reasoning can go wrong and force us to lose in a debate. And listen until the end to hear…
 
AWS CloudShell is a browser-based shell that makes it easy to securely interact with your AWS resources. CloudShell is pre-authenticated with your console credentials and common development and operations tools are pre-installed, so no local installation or configuration is required. Today Simon is joined by Jonathan Weiss, a Senior Manager of Soft…
 
COVID-19 hasn’t just disrupted the “normal” of everyone’s social practices in what we take for granted as “daily life.” The pandemic has also, more granularly, changed the way scientists research and publish; it has changed the way science interfaces with institutions as varied as local governments and cell phone companies; it has changed the way w…
 
In this episode of the Search News You Can Use Podcast, Marie Haynes covers:Our latest observations on the December core updateThe request indexing tool is back!How long does it take for Google to recognize quality improvements?Is passage based ranking live?Q&A: Would you disavow these old resource page links?Also in the newsletter:Google’s year in…
 
From single cells to international consortia and from striving despite fear to creating a "vector field" to inspire teams working in sync, Dr. Aviv Regev shares countless insights into how she has merged the worlds of computation and biomedicine, first at the Broad Institute and now at Genentech. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-data…
 
Rare diseases present a unique challenge in both diagnosis and treatment, given the small number of cases, often leaving them undiagnosed. I talk with Professor Isaac Kohane of Harvard Medical School about the Undiagnosed Diseases Network's efforts to catalogue and diagnose rare diseases, focusing on the role that data science--specifically, mergin…
 
Braden Hancock joins Chris to discuss Snorkel Flow and the Snorkel open source project. With Flow, users programmatically label, build, and augment training data to drive a radically faster, more flexible, and higher quality end-to-end AI development and deployment process. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer …
 
Software as a Service (SaaS) is more than movement, its a lifestyle. Simon is joined by Adrian De Luca, Head of Partner Solutions Architecture at AWS to discuss the organizational cultural shift, dives into building with SaaS architectural principles and walks through new announcements at re:Invent including AWS SaaS Boost and Well Architected SaaS…
 
In our last episode, we have Alan Ho, Head of Global Partner Marketing at Tibco Software. We look back on the challenges brought by this year and, as it comes to an end, we reflect on what we need to do differently moving forward and what areas offer hope to those who wish to participate more actively in the data economy. As a part of today’s discu…
 
It’s funny how powerful symbols are, right? The Eiffel Tower makes you think of Paris, the Statue of Liberty is New-York, and the Trevi Fountain… is Rome of course! Just with one symbol, you can invoke multiple concepts and ideas. You probably know that symbols are omnipresent in mathematics — but did you know that they are also very important in s…
 
In this episode of the Search News You Can Use Podcast, Marie Haynes covers:The latest on the December core updateA message from SitebulbGoogle speaks out on the future of the Structured Data Testing ToolEarly issues with the WordPress 5.6 releaseUsing Ahrefs keyword rankings toolInteresting study that shows correlation between authoritative links …
 
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