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Like Caligula declaring war on Neptune and ordering his troops to charge into the Mediterranean Sea, our technological masters are designing neural networks meant to capture the human soul in all its oceanic complexity. According to the cognitive scientist Abeba Birhane, this is a fool's errand that we undertake at our peril. In her paper "The Impossibility of Automating Ambiguity," she makes the case for the irremediable fluidity, spontaneity, and relationality of people and societies. She argues that ongoing efforts to subsume the human (and the rest of reality) in predictive algorithms is actually narrowing the human experience, as so many of us are excluded from the system while others are compelled to artificially conform to its idea of the human. Far from paving the way to a better world, the tyranny of automation threatens to cut us off from the Real, ensuring an endless perpetuation of the past with all its errors and injustices. Phil and JF discuss Birhane's essay in this episode. Header image from via www.vpnsrus.com (cropped). Downloaded from Wikimedia Commons (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Artificial_Intelligence_%26_AI_%26_Machine_Learning_-_30212411048.jpg). Listen to volume 1 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-1) and volume 2 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-2) of the Weird Studies soundtrack by Pierre-Yves Martel (https://www.pymartel.com) Support us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/weirdstudies) Find us on Discord (https://discord.com/invite/Jw22CHfGwp) Get the new T-shirt design from Cotton Bureau (https://cottonbureau.com/products/can-o-content#/13435958/tee-men-standard-tee-vintage-black-tri-blend-s)! Get your Weird Studies merchandise (https://www.redbubble.com/people/Weird-Studies/shop?asc=u) (t-shirts, coffee mugs, etc.) Visit the Weird Studies Bookshop (https://bookshop.org/shop/weirdstudies) REFERENCES Abebe Birhane, "The Impossibility of Automating Ambiguity” J. F. Martel, “Reality is Analog: Philosophizing with Stranger Things” (http://www.reclaimingart.com/reality-is-analog.html) Melissa Adler, Cruising the Library: Perversities in the Organization of Knowledge (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780823276363) Weird Studies, Episode 75 on 2001: A Space Odyssey (https://www.weirdstudies.com/75) Weird Studies, Episode 114 on the Wheel of Fortune (https://www.weirdstudies.com/114) William James (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_James), American philosopher Midjourney, AI art generator Rhine Research Center (https://www.rhineonline.org/), parapsychology lab George Lewis, “Improvised Music after 1950: Afrological and Eurological Perspectives” (https://www.amherst.edu/media/view/58902/original%20%20/Lewis+-+Improvised+Music+after+1950-+Afrological+and+Eurological+Perspectives+.pdf) Abebe Birhane, “Descartes was Wrong: A Person is a Person Through Other Persons” (https://aeon.co/ideas/descartes-was-wrong-a-person-is-a-person-through-other-persons) Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gottfried_Wilhelm_Leibniz) German philosopher J. R. R. Tolkein, “On Fairy-Stories” (https://coolcalvary.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/on-fairy-stories1.pdf) Martin Buber, [I and Thou](https://archive.org/stream/IAndThou572/BuberMartin-i-and-thoudjvu.txt)
Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter, Joshua Philipp. The Manufactured Food Shortage, Terrifying Artificial Intelligence, Death Penalty- They're Always Guilty. Glenn Beck- Engineer WARNS of Google's TERRIFYING artificial intelligence. Crossroads with Joshua Philipp- Nations Are Manufacturing Food Shortages With Regulation; the Globalists' Agenda Against Fertilizers Ann Coulter- The AC Death Penalty Podcast Engineer WARNS of Google's TERRIFYING artificial intelligence. https://youtu.be/_CfqQ3fMW58 Glenn Beck 798K subscribers A former Google engineer recently warned the world about the terrifying artificial intelligence currently being developed by the Big Tech giant. Blake Lemoine was suspended after publishing transcripts of conversations he'd had with an AI chatbot that he claims was sentient (able to feel and perceive things, like a human being). Glenn explains the difference between artificial intelligence, artificial general intelligence, and why this engineer's claims should be extremely worrisome for the future of the entire world... ► Click HERE to subscribe to Glenn Beck https://bit.ly/2UVLqhL ►Click HERE to subscribe to BlazeTV: https://www.blazetv.com/glenn Connect with Glenn on Social Media: http://twitter.com/glennbeck http://instagram.com/glennbeck http://facebook.com/glennbeck Nations Are Manufacturing Food Shortages With Regulation; the Globalists' Agenda Against Fertilizers 7/5/2022 https://youtu.be/x4xJ2G1fjbw Protests have broken out in the Netherlands, where the government has begun restricting agriculture, in a push to reduce nitrogen use. This follows a broader global trend, where governments are placing restrictions on farmers and fertilizers under the claims of fighting global warming. And meanwhile, Sri Lanka serves as an example of where these policies could lead, where restrictions on fertilizers caused food shortages which are now sparking riots. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we'll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience. #foodcrisis #fertilizer #farmers Nations Are Manufacturing Food Shortages With Regulation; the Globalists' Agenda Against Fertilizers 20,750 views Crossroads with JOSHUA PHILIPP 606K subscribers
After about a year of trying to get this together, we finally pulled it off! Nick has come one the podcast. An amazing conversation about everything and nothing followed. I really hope you guys enjoyed this one as much as I enjoyed connecting and chatting with Nick. You can follow Nick on Instagram and The […]
Following reports of a Google engineer's belief that Google has developed a sentient AI, James Keys, Tunde Ogunlana, and Robert Buschel discuss the idea of sentience in machines and how the increasingly advancing artificial intelligence in our technology could change society for better and/or worse (01:42). The guys also react to recent claims by some scientists that they are close to being able to de-age our bodies (45:37). The Google engineer who thinks the company's AI has come to life (WaPo)The 'Benjamin Button' effect: Scientists can reverse aging in mice. The goal is to do the same for humans (CNN)
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. Six are dead and dozens of others wounded after a 21-year-old orchestrated a mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois yesterday. Vaccine foes co-opted 'My Body, My Choice'. And researchers are using artificial intelligence in major cities to predict crime and spot biased policing.
Jonathan Jenkins, running in the Republican primary for U.S. House Maryland District 6, joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Tuesday about his bid for Congress. WEBSITE: https://vote4jenkins.us/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenkinscongress Running to unseat Democratic Incumbent Congressman DAVID TRONE Republican primary for U.S. House Maryland District 6 is on July 19, 2022. BIO: Raised in a blue-collar union family, Jonathan started working at the age of 12 and knows what it is like to make ends meet one paycheck at a time. While in the Marine Corps, Jonathan spent about half of his time as an Air Traffic Controller (ATC) and a number of years in logistics for Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He recognizes this unique skill is ideal for Congress to finally improve our entire transportation infrastructure (air, land, sea, and yes space). Being in a war zone and an ATC, you can rest assured Jonathan can manage stressful situations successfully like those riots that occurred most of 2020. Having been a software engineer and solution architect within government agencies and Fortune 500 companies, Jonathan is well versed in reshaping organizations with cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and modern technologies. His technology background and leadership will benefit everyone by increasing the effectiveness of services, reducing the size and cost of government, and of course eliminate many of the old fees and taxes you pay. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gary Marcus is the Author of Reboot AI and professor at NYU. Gary and Auren discuss the advancements in and shortcomings of artificial intelligence. They dive into how for AI to be really good, it needs to be built towards human intelligence and gain “Common Sense”, which it lacks today. World of DaaS is brought to you by SafeGraph. For more episodes, visit safegraph.com/podcasts.You can find Auren Hoffman on Twitter at @auren and Gary Marcus at @GaryMarcus.
Jeff Gardner, CISO at Germantown Technologies, comes to Hacker Valley Studio this week to talk about the future of cybersecurity and what up-and-coming hackers may encounter on their journey into an ever-evolving industry. With a specific focus and interest in artificial intelligence, or AI, Jeff's discussion in this episode covers the current perception of AI in tech, the timeline of when we may see highly-intelligent AI come into play, and what the future of AI looks like from a cybersecurity standpoint. Timecoded Guide: [03:54] Focusing on numerous areas during his day job as CISO and understanding the necessity of a strong team of trusted cyber professionals [09:00] Getting excited about current and upcoming technology in cyber while remaining realistic about present day limitations and needs [15:53] Automating security analyst tasks and finding the quality control balance between machine knowledge and human intuition [22:50] Breaking down the concept of “bad AI” and understanding how to address the issues that may arise if AI is used for nefarious purposes [28:22] Addressing the future of unique thought and creativity for computers and for human beings Sponsor Links: Thank you to our sponsors Axonius and AttackIQ for bringing this episode to life! Want to learn more about how Mindbody enhanced their asset visibility and increased their cybersecurity maturity rating with Axonius? Check out axonius.com/mindbody AttackIQ - better insights, better decisions, and real security outcomes. Be sure to check out the Attack IQ Academy for free cybersecurity training, featuring Ron and Chris of Hacker Valley Studio, at academy.attackiq.com What are some of the things that you are expecting the next generation to be doing when it comes to bypassing security in a way that they won't get caught? Jeff, like many hackers and security pros in the industry, started his journey in cyber by hacking different systems from his own computer as a kid just because he could get away with it. While that type of hacking still exists, there are new ways for systems to manage and counteract these threats and attacks, as well as expose who is behind it. The new generation of hackers will learn in different ways on different technology, and Jeff is confident that what they choose will come because of where the security industry is already going, with devices that use machine learning and pattern learning, as well as the continuing development of AI. “When it comes to artificial intelligence and all the myriad of models and neurons and all that, we're still pretty much at single neuron, maybe double neuron systems. But, as things evolve, it's gonna be harder and harder to bypass those defenses.” What is your perspective of AI not being here and available for us yet? In Jeff's opinion, the biggest thing missing from our current AI to really make it the intelligence we claim it is, is creativity. We have smart technology, we have technology that can automate tasks and can be told very easily what to do, all through feeding in data and processes. However, Jeff points out that most of what we call artificial intelligence in the cyber and tech industries doesn't have the creativity or the human intuition to match the human brain. We're in an exciting escalation of technology and intelligence, but we aren't at true AI yet. “I think one of the things that's missing from AI, and it's being solved rapidly, is creativity. We train it through models, but those models are only the data that we give it. How smart is the system if you just give it a plethora of data and have it come to its own conclusions?” How far away do you think we are from highly intelligent AI? Although the futuristic AI that appears in science fiction movies and books isn't here yet, Jeff believes we aren't far off from a level of computer technology that we have never seen before. With the quantum leaps in technology that we've continued to see, namely in computers starting to solve math problems we've never even thought of or engage with art in a way we've never dreamed possible. What we see now is the tip of the iceberg, but the future holds massive potential for what AI will look like and what automation of certain tasks will look like, with accuracy rates for analysis technology continuing to narrow to 99.9% accuracy rates. “When you can get to that level of processing speed, you can do things we can't even dream of, and that's what they're doing now. They're solving math problems in ways that humans have never thought of, they're creating art in ways that humans couldn't imagine.” How do we create AI for good? The fear of the “evil” or “bad” artificial intelligence comes up frequently when we discuss what the future of AI may look like from a security standpoint. However, Jeff is confident that the issue is not as black and white as our fears make it. For starters, when we understand the purpose behind what “bad” AI might be programmed to do, we can put other measures in place to combat it. On the other hand, the struggle of good vs bad, right vs wrong has been a problem in hacking and in cyber since the first white hats and black hats came into existence. The fear of bad AI is a philosophical discussion instead of just a technical conversation. “I think it all comes down to, like you said, purpose. What's the purpose of the bad AI? What's it trying to do? Is it trying to hack our systems and steal the data? Is it trying to cause physical harm?” --------------- Links: Stay in touch with Jeff Gardner on LinkedIn Connect with Ron Eddings on LinkedIn and Twitter Connect with Chris Cochran on LinkedIn and Twitter Purchase a HVS t-shirt at our shop Continue the conversation by joining our Discord Check out Hacker Valley Media and Hacker Valley Studio
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We're all aware that sometimes our image is captured on CCTV as we go about our daily lives, but what you might not realise is that when you enter some of Australia's biggest stores, facial recognition technology is capturing your digital data. So which shops are currently doing this and why? And can you opt out if you don't want big corporations to have such intimate and private information about you and your family? The Quicky speaks to an expert in digital privacy to find out what is going on with this data collection, and how concerned (or not) we need to be. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at email@example.com CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS Host: Claire Murphy With thanks to: Samantha Floreani - Program Lead at Digital Rights Watch where she advocates for human rights in the digital age. Samantha also works on the intersection of human rights, technology, and feminism Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to The Quicky at...https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auv Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode I want to talk about light speed travel. Not only how exciting it is, but how fast it is, and how it's kind of like time travel. I will also cover NASA's theoretical helical engine which supposedly can travel at 99% the speed of light. For those of you who aren't familiar with light speed travel, of course, we can't travel 186,000 miles per second yet. But you're seen it in Star Wars when they activate the hyperdrive and travel through hyperspace. Or in Star Trek when they activate the warp drive and travel through space at huge multiples of light speed. Today I'll tell you some distances we could travel as well as how light speed works. So get ready to enter hyperspace and hang onto your seats!
Beginner's Mind ✓ Claim Podcast Notes Key Takeaways A challenge to mental health drug development is that people with the same mental health disorder do not necessarily exhibit the same biological signs and symptomsPrior to exploration and innovation with psychedelics, mental health treatment has not made significant advancements since the invention of SSRIs in the 1980sBig pharma is not necessarily interested in psychedelics because they don't know how to fit into the current business model – they can't make money as is since there's no inherent innovation or IPGilgamesh Pharmaceutical is working to create new molecules and psychedelic-like drugs based on the properties of psychedelics but with greater control over dose, experience, time, etc.If successful, Gilgamesh's approach could open the door to increased access to psychedelic-like therapies without the need for clinical supervisionMachine learning may provide an avenue to match patients with the correct drugRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgThese days many sources are highlighting the shocking scale of the global mental health crisis and how this affects approx—a staggering one billion people worldwide - over one-seventh of the global population.“Unfortunately, as harrowing and monstrous this number is”, the investor Christian Angermayer wrote in a blog post, “it is my belief this is a gross UNDER-estimate.”Ultimately, the number of people needing mental health support is arguably all 100% of the world's population.I invited Dr. Jonathan Sporn, CEO of Gilgamesh Pharmaceutical, to gain more insights into the unmet medical need in mental health and the promising novel psychedelic drug development sector Jonathan Sporn MD is a Board Certified Psychiatrist, assistant professor at Columbia University, and CEO of Gilgamesh Pharmaceuticals, based in NYC, which is developing novel psychedelic-related or inspired medicines to treat mental illness.Topics we discuss in this episode:➡️ Global Mental Health Situation➡️ The History of Psychedelic Drug Development➡️ Investors in this promising area➡️ The Background Story to the foundation of Gilgamesh Pharmaceutical and➡️ And the Different Ingredients Needed to Structure a Novel Game-Changing Drug Development CompanyConnect with Jonathan Sporn on LinkedinYoutube Video
Could a sentient robot be capable of sin? Rosa Hunt looks at some intriguing ethical and theological dilemmas arising from recent developments in AI or Artificial Intelligence. Some have claimed that a chatbot - Google's LaMDA program- shows signs of genuine sentience, and are already looking into the issue of rights for robots. Others dispute whether humans can ever successfully replicate true emotional intelligence, and fear the dangers of turning machines into humans, and humans into machines.
This week we continue our conversation about AI. We hear about accidents involving robots in factories & errors in self-driving cars. We get into an ethical discussion about the usage of self-driving cars, referencing the trolley problem, and we ponder whether humans need to work at all.
Tom Summerfield, Retail Director at Peak joins me on Tech Talks Daily to discuss how he has helped retailers including B&M, Nike, and ASOS to stay ahead of the curve. We discuss why retail survival in the current climate is likely to boil down to the tech they have at their disposal. we also explore the impact of inflation on retailers and how best to manage this against shrinking costs. In the coming months, Primark won't be the only retailer fighting to be competitive as inflation squeezes margins. For the first time, we're going to see a divide opening up between the haves and the have nots; those with the tech in place to adequately manage yet another catastrophe in a sector already hit hard by supply chain distribution and fluctuating demand. However, the battle ground won't just be operational efficiency (as big as it is), stock availability and convenience will be increasingly crucial. Shopper behaviours have changed post-pandemic, and are likely to again as inflation bites and consumers downgrade their choices. Demand forecasting is a struggle for many right now, and this could push them to breaking point. If retailers don't have the right stock on their shelves at the right time, they'll see once loyal customers voting with their feet. Artificial Intelligence is being leveraged across the value chain to tackle pain points that include demand forecasting, stock optimisation, allocation and distribution resource planning which are increasingly important in a high inflationary environment. Tom Summerfield, Retail Director at Peak joins me on Tech Talks Daily to discuss how he has helped retailers including B&M, Nike, and ASOS to stay ahead of the curve. We discuss why retail survival in the current climate is likely to boil down to the tech they have at their disposal. we also explore the impact of inflation on retailers and how best to manage this against shrinking costs.
Topics today include Amazon's new Astro Robot in operation, the rise of voice AI in the contact center, the increase in acquisitions and large funding rounds, custom branded assistants, Google's sunsetting of conversational actions, and a whole lot more. Speakers breaking down the news of 2022 so far: - Sarah Andrew Wilson - former CCO at Matchbox.io before Volley acquisition - Paul Sweeney - chief product officer at Webio - Eric Schwartz - head writer at Voicebot.ai - Bret Kinsella - founder of Voicebot.ai
Guest, Robert Marks VIDEO: 1. Dem Sleepers There's a lot of talk lately about Artificial Intelligence becoming “human”. Author and professor Robert Marks separate fact from fiction and has insights on how Big Tech uses us. He's a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Baylor University and has a new book “Non Computable You.” Plus… new video shows corrupt Dem strategy to infiltrate GOP elections.
A Google engineer being put on leave after claiming LaMDA, an AI model he worked with, had become sentient captured public attention. Dave explores tech ethics and the future of AI with UCC Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Barry O'Sullivan.
About Grant Furlane and LocoMobi World Inc: With over 18,000 followers Mr. Furlane brings over 40 years of technology experience specializing Smart City in Transportation, Network Security, Cloud Computing, Loyalty programs for Parking, Transit and Tolling industries. He has been involved in over 600 million dollars in Technology investments and was contracted to lead the initiatives of several large public IT companies. He aggressively built three transportation technology companies that established the vanguard for tracking and monitoring vehicle movement. His companies developed and sold integrated control systems for major airports, hospitals, and parking lot management companies. Considered to be an expert in Threat Prevention Automation using Artificial Intelligence architecture with Machine Vision . Recently Mr.Furlane has developed many robotic platforms . Metaverse is the most recent developments Mr. Furlane is starting the build out phase . A former President of the Canadian Parking Association, Mr. Furlane served as Co-Chairman of the first World Symposium on Intelligent Transportation Systems, an international symposium attended by delegates representing 50 countries. In addition Mr. Furlane was a guest contributor at the United Nations congress for Infrastructure. As a result of his successful business experience, his companies' technological innovation, and his international scope, Mr. Furlane is considered to be one of the leaders in this industry. Mr.Furlane also is a serial entrepreneur who invests in and assists start ups to reach roll out and successful execution. Expertise in areas of Cloud Computing, Advanced Learning , Artificial Intelligent and Robotics .Specialities include Human Performance both mentally and physically combining technology with protection and fitness. Mr Furlane served as Chairman to the Neurological Hospitals Centers for Ability, and the Board of Governors of Ontario Junior A Hockey, and has investments in the Entertainment and Sports industries. LocoMobi World Inc. is a Smart City, parking & transportation technology company that manufactures and delivers innovative enterprise hardware, and cloud-based software solutions, including a revolutionary license plate recognition system for some of the biggest names in parking and transportation in North America. Offering a diverse range of products from mobile apps & software solutions, to traditional parking equipment, LocoMobi World accomodates a broad range of environments that include municipalities and garages, commercial and residential buildings, hotels, airports, medical centers, and universities. LocoMobi's unique Smart City development capabilities allow for us to provide your business with diverse and innovative enterprise hardware and cloud-based software offerings. For consumers that are new to the smart city world; we offer several a-la-carte solutions designed to meet or exceed industry standards. From on-street to off-street options, to seamless user experiences, we will combine the formulas to simplify and improve vehicle management & parking for you, now and into the future.
On January 1, 2015, physicist Max Tegmark gave up something most of us love to do: complain about things without ever trying to fix them. That "put up or shut up" New Year's resolution led to the first Puerto Rico conference and Open Letter on Artificial Intelligence - milestones for researchers taking the safe development of highly-capable AI systems seriously. Links to learn more, summary and full transcript. Max's primary work has been cosmology research at MIT, but his energetic and freewheeling nature has led him into so many other projects that you would be forgiven for forgetting it. In the 2010s he wrote two best-selling books, Our Mathematical Universe: My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality, and Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, and in 2014 founded a non-profit, the Future of Life Institute, which works to reduce all sorts of threats to humanity's future including nuclear war, synthetic biology, and AI. Max has complained about many other things over the years, from killer robots to the impact of social media algorithms on the news we consume. True to his 'put up or shut up' resolution, he and his team went on to produce a video on so-called 'Slaughterbots' which attracted millions of views, and develop a website called 'Improve The News' to help readers separate facts from spin. But given the stunning recent advances in capabilities - from OpenAI's DALL-E to DeepMind's Gato - AI itself remains top of his mind. You can now give an AI system like GPT-3 the text: "I'm going to go to this mountain with the faces on it. What is the capital of the state to the east of the state that that's in?" And it gives the correct answer (Saint Paul, Minnesota) - something most AI researchers would have said was impossible without fundamental breakthroughs just seven years ago. So back at MIT, he now leads a research group dedicated to what he calls "intelligible intelligence." At the moment, AI systems are basically giant black boxes that magically do wildly impressive things. But for us to trust these systems, we need to understand them. He says that training a black box that does something smart needs to just be stage one in a bigger process. Stage two is: "How do we get the knowledge out and put it in a safer system?" Today's conversation starts off giving a broad overview of the key questions about artificial intelligence: What's the potential? What are the threats? How might this story play out? What should we be doing to prepare? Rob and Max then move on to recent advances in capabilities and alignment, the mood we should have, and possible ways we might misunderstand the problem. They then spend roughly the last third talking about Max's current big passion: improving the news we consume - where Rob has a few reservations. They also cover: * Whether we could understand what superintelligent systems were doing * The value of encouraging people to think about the positive future they want * How to give machines goals * Whether 'Big Tech' is followin
Kim shares her passion for helping others through her volunteer efforts in numerous cybersecurity organizations helping the under-represented.Kim not only volunteers in multiple cybersecurity organizations, she also founded her own non profit. Not only does she focus on helping people gain skills in cybersecurity, she wants to educate people at all ages, from children to the retired. Her efforts are also focused on providing security education to help all people defend themselves from threat actors._______________________GuestKim KennedyFounder & CEO of EMPIRE of WEOn Twitter | https://twitter.com/broncobailey303On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-possible/______________________HostPhillip WylieOn ITSPmagazine
Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Margaret Mitchell, computer scientist and artificial intelligence researcher. Margaret Mitchell is an AI researcher who has worked for Microsoft and Google. Her research involves vision-language and grounded language generation, focusing on how to evolve artificial intelligence towards positive goals. This includes research on helping computers to communicate based on what they can process, as well as projects to create assistive and clinical technology from the state of the art in AI. Her work combines computer vision, natural language processing, social media, many statistical methods, and insights from cognitive science. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SKATCAST presents:The Just A Ride Podcast #1!This more "traditional" style podcast features SKATCAST's Script Keeper (Zaq Flanary) along with co-hosts Jeff Getchell and Shaiden Hutchman. The show is designed to have fun, but also to discuss bits of philosophy, deeper principles, explore morality and discuss the very difficult art of being human. Also there will be cursing and dick jokes. Today's Bullshit:The trio introduce themselves and discuss a number of subjects ranging from the complications of grocery shopping to the dangers of Artificial Intelligence to society's value concerning porn, plus UFOs and much more. Visit us for more episodes of SKATCAST and other shows like SKATCAST presents The Dave & Angus Show plus BONUS material at https://www.skatcast.com Watch select shows and shorts on YouTube: bit.ly/34kxCneJoin the conversation on Discord! https://discord.gg/YmDG4gF8agFor all show related questions: email@example.comPlease rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow SKATCAST on social media!! Instagram: @theescriptkeeper Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scriptkeepersATWanna become a Patron? Click here: https://www.patreon.com/SkatcastSign up through Patreon and you'll get Exclusive Content, Behind The Scenes video, special downloads and more! Prefer to make a donation instead? You can do that through our PayPal: https://paypal.me/skatcastpodcast Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
AI ethicists warned Google not to impersonate humans. Now a Google engineer thinks the company has created true Artificial Intelligence. There is a technological apocalypse on the horizon and Werewolf Radar is talking about it.
George Noory and author James Barrat discuss the continued development of artificial intelligence and computing, how new technology could replace human workers and soldiers, and if there are any dangers to this powerful technology. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode of the Blabbercast we went over the recent news about the group's Patriot front and Antifa. A group of Patriot Front members was arrested from inside a U-Haul Van, and some members of Antifa are actually being held accountable for their actions.
According to Indrajit “IG” Ghosh, CEO of ConnX, helping enterprises obtain the promise of AI and better data management, is an opportunity worth considering for the MSP. In this podcast Ghosh discusses his company as a Transformation as a Service platform provider that integrates SD-WAN, UC collaboration, mobility, security, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automation to help enterprise customers transform from fragmented and siloed communications services to an integrated, AI-driven, multi-service collaboration platform. Ghosh discusses how his Platform as a Service, offers a fast on ramp to gaining the benefits of AI, and much more, while bypassing a time consuming and expensive process that's already built into the ConnX offering. As we move towards a new era of communication, ConnX cloud edge applications were built with the hybrid workforce in mind. Visit https://connxai.com/
Despite the hype regarding the seemingly infinite possibilities surrounding AI technology, artificial intelligence still has a number of humbling hurtles to overcome. Justin Bui and Samuel Haug join Robert J. Marks to discuss the latest developments in artificial intelligence. Show Notes 00:00:56 | The Homunculus 00:04:09 | Introducing Justin Bui 00:06:54 | Fast AI 00:13:45 | Deepfake Technology 00:21:40 |… Source
You can subscribe, rate, review, and listen to every episode of the "Unleash the Awesome" podcast at https://gambrill.com/podcast . 2:39 The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich - Tim Ferrisshttps://amzn.to/3udiKku . 5:12 Plan your work and then work your plan. 11:50 "Discipline equals freedom." - Jocko Willink 12:47 Google Alertshttps://www.google.com/alerts . 13:38 Audible audio bookshttps://gambrill.com/audible . 13:56 Bluetooth Shower Speakershttps://amzn.to/3nwqRFb . 16:40 "Ask: The Counterintuitive Online Formula to Discover Exactly What Your Customers Want to Buy...Create a Mass of Raving Fans...and Take Any Business to the Next Level" - Ryan Levesquehttps://amzn.to/3npNTgW . 18:39 Jasper A.I. - Artificial Intelligence Copy Writing toolhttps://gambrill.com/jasper . 20:28 "Stop Letting Blind People Proofread Your Vision"- Episode 17 of the "Unleash the Awesome" podcast with Dave Gambrill.https://gambrill.simplecast.com/episodes/stop-letting-blind-people-proofread-your-vision . 21:10 Build Short Term Rental Wealth - Bill Faethhttps://buildstrwealth.com . 22:00 Trello is the tool I use for my project management and communication with virtual assistants. https://trello.com . 22:25 Fiverr is a great resource to find people who will help you with projects and you'll generally pay $5-$100 depending on the complexity. https://gambrill.com/fiverr . 22:41 You can find some amazing virtual assistants in the Philippines via OnlineJobs.https://gambrill.com/onlinejobs . 27:14 Clickfunnels - Build amazing online sales funnels for your business.https://gambrill.com/clickfunnels . 27:16 Kajabi is THE best place to host your digital courses and membership groups. https://gambrill.com/kajabi . 27:19 "Copywriting Secrets" - Jim Edwardshttps://gambrill.com/copysecrets . 29:05 If you can be open and honest with your employer about building your side hustle it makes things easier. Shout out to my favorite manager of all time - Tiffany Elias. Come join the conversation in our communities... Digital Marketing Mentorship with Dave Gambrill Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/dmmdavegambrill . Digital Marketing Mentorship with Dave Gambrill Telegram Channelhttps://gambrill.com/telegramdmm . And let me know what you thought of this episode and what you'd like me cover in future episodes over on Instagram.https://www.instagram.com/gambrill/ . Here are some of the other most popular episodes of "Unleash the Awesome"... "Russell Brunson Shares Powerful Insights from his Book 'Traffic Secrets" - Episode 23https://gambrill.simplecast.com/episodes/russell-brunson-shares-powerful-insights-from-his-new-book-traffic-secrets . "Job Search Secrets and How to be a STAR in the Interview" - Episode 34https://gambrill.simplecast.com/episodes/job-search-secrets-and-how-to-be-a-star-in-the-interview . "Dr. Robert Cialdini Shares Powerful New Insights Regarding Influence and Persuasion". - Episode 66https://gambrill.simplecast.com/episodes/dr-robert-cialdini-shares-powerful-new-insights-regarding-influence-and-persuasion . "The Secret Behind How John C. Maxwell Became the World's #1 Leadership Expert" - Episode 9https://gambrill.simplecast.com/episodes/the-secret-behind-how-john-c-maxwell-became-the-worlds-1-leadership-expert . #unleashawesome #mindset #independenceday #davegambrill #techtools #entrepreneur #success #sidehustle #digitalmarketing #coaching #toolset #digitalceo #onlinecourses #10x #funnelhacker #successhabits #speaker #trainer #coach #consultant #skillset #goals #timferriss #4hww #author #mentoring #kajabi #clickfunnels #jasper #jasperai #artificialintelligence #masterminds #teaching #publicspeaking #keynote #mentor #goals #escapeplan #july4th #4thofjuly #fourthofjuly #10x #4hww #process #systems #tonyrobbins #jimedwards #copywriting #virtualassistants #outsourcing #automation #googlealerts #audible #maxwellleadership #johnmaxwell #ask #ryanlevesque #billfaeth #strwealth #airbnb #digitalcourses #memberships CONSUMER NOTICE: You should assume that I have an affiliate relationship and/or another material connection to the providers of goods and services mentioned in this broadcast and may be compensated when you purchase from a provider. You should always perform due diligence before buying goods or services from anyone via the Internet or offline.
In this episode, we are joined by long-time medical device veteran Chris Barron, to help walk us through the many challenges that early-stage medical device startups face, and how to overcome them.You'll learn:why fundraising is a long processwhat you need to make clear to investors in order to get them to invest in your startupwhat role your mission has in deciding where to allocate resourceswhy to apply your passion________________________________GuestChris BarronVP of Engineering at Respiratory Motion, Inc.On LinkedIn | https://linkedin.com/in/chris-barron________________________________HostTed HarringtonOn ITSPmagazine
Kersten and Nick discuss DALL-E 2, a new Artificial Intelligence capable of creating original, realistic images and art from a text description via a process called diffusion. Is this ringing in the death of photography as we know it and does it spell the end of professional photographers' profession?#photography #podcast======================================00:00 Intro01:30 Last week's comments review39:35 The Death of Photography57:16 Customer Service Canon v Apple======================================THIS WEEK'S LINKS:JOIN THE CAMERA SHAKE COMMUNITY for the latest news and some behind the scenes insights: www.camerashakepodcast.comDALL-E on Twitter: @Dalle2Pics======================================CAMERA SHAKE PODCAST ON YOUTUBE:https://www.youtube.com/camerashakeFULL EPISODE 111 IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON: YouTube - https://youtu.be/RtXbkOnmwloApple Podcasts - https://apple.co/2Y2LmfmSpotify - https://spoti.fi/304sm2G======================================FOLLOW US ONInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/camerashakepodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/camerashakepodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/ShakeCameraTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@camerashakepodcastKersten's website:www.kerstenluts.comKersten on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/kerstenluts/https://www.instagram.com/threeheadsinarow/Nick on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/nickkirbymedia/
In this episode, Darren Person, Global CIO at The NPD Group, and Max Chan, CIO at Avnet, share their insights about the use of AI in enterprise industries and reveal how to reap its benefits without breaking the bank. They address knowing when it is time to introduce AI, how to approach boards about it, how to leverage AI to drive employee experience and expand your business, and much more.---------Quotes“You cannot do AI or machine learning without good data. Don't ever think that AI is this black box that magically is going to solve all your problems. You have to go through the hard work, the iterations, the training of the models, testing the algorithm. Don't forget the importance that data is for this journey because without it, there's really no way to be successful and scale for your organization.” - Max Chan, CIO at Avnet“Data tells a story. It's our job to figure out what story that data tells, and then how to make sure that we are telling the right story with it. Like anything in statistics, you can use data in a variety of different ways. It's about the quality of the data that really drives that story. All these tools will help you get there, but at the end of the day, you still need to make sure that the story that you tell is accurate, to the point, and it's understandable within the data as well.” - Darren Person, Global CIO at The NPD Group---------Time Stamps:* (1:53) Meet our guests, Max and Darren* (3:33) The current state of AI for enterprise B2B and B2C companies* (13:12) How to scale AI in your company* (21:40) The approach boards should take toward AI* (28:01) How to leverage AI to drive employee experience * (32:37) Secrets CIOs should know about data* (31:59) Max and Darren ask each other questions--------SponsorThis podcast is brought to you by Asana. Asana is a leading work management platform that empowers teams to orchestrate their work — from daily tasks to big strategic initiatives — all in one place. By enabling the world's teams to work together effortlessly, Asana helps organizations of all sizes and industries achieve their goals, faster. Learn more at Asana.com.--------LinksConnect with Max on LinkedInConnect with Darren on LinkedInLearn more about The NPD GroupLearn more about Avnet
Roy Nallapeta is a Co-founder and CEO at Glance Inc. Roy is an engineer, turned into a marketer, who loves creativity and creating copy for marketing. Glance Inc. has created a no-code Artificial Intelligence marketing SaaS product (Software as a Service). This product helps marketers increase their return on investment, decrease acquisition costs, and improve productivity. He previously founded AdNuance, a digital marketing company, and bootstrapped the business for eight years. Being immersed in the problems related to traditional marketing techniques drove Roy to create Glance Inc. In this episode, Roy and I discuss the new marketing insights being generated based on cloud-based data and artificial intelligence. We also talk about new tools that will improve marketing insights and results for many companies. “Marketing can be better if we leverage data technologies.” – Roy Nallapeta Today on the Tech Leader Talk podcast: - How the cloud is providing new marketing insights - Advantages of using a Marketing Graph to optimize your advertising - Discover why Artificial Intelligence is a game-changer for marketing - Changes that are happening to the traditional advertising funnel Connect with Roy: Website: https://www.glancehq.ai LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rohitnallapeta Twitter: https://twitter.com/rohynal Thanks for listening! Be sure to get your free copy of Steve's latest book, Cracking the Patent Code, and discover his proven system for identifying and protecting your most valuable inventions. Get the book at https://stevesponseller.com/book.
The Question of the Week- How can I use my current modem and computer for faxing over the internet? Google Engineer thinks their AI has become Sentient The Turing Test AI cannot understand nuance AI can help with Job Interview practice AI can help Train, Protect and Predict Athletes Performance
Last week, we focused on taking artificial intelligence (AI) out of its black box. This week, we're highlighting why artificial intelligence isn't a nice-to-have, but a must-have, in today's digital landscape. On this episode, Sammi is joined by Paul Roetzer, the co-founder and CEO of Marketing Artificial Intelligence Institute, an online institute that educates modern marketers on the potential of AI and connects them with AI-powered technologies. He and Sammi discuss how the past two years have forced marketers and sellers to adopt AI, what a good artificial intelligence experience looks like, and how all go-to-market teams can (and should) align around artificial intelligence. Like this episode? We'd love it if you could leave us a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review! And make sure to subscribe, so you never miss an opportunity to learn more about starting conversations in the Revenue Era.You can connect with Sammi, Paul, and the Drift Podcast Network on Twitter @sammireinstein,@paulroetzer, and @DriftPodcasts.
Cryptocurrency can be used for almost any purchase these days. However, a lot goes on underneath and behind the scenes. In this episode, we learn the basics, the history, and the future of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Filecoin, NFTs, smart contracts, and so much more.We talk about this with Robert Dowling, which is not only extremely knowledgeable on the matter but has an elegant and easy-to-understand way to present on the topic.Many thanks to The Mentor Project for connecting us with yet another expert and mentor.Enjoy the conversation! About RobertEngineer, entrepreneur, and student, formerly the co-Founder of rePurpose and Alphagora, currently finishing studies at Penn and serving as a Graduate Student Fellow at the Singh Center for Nanotechnology. Knowledgable about Bitcoin.Associate Engineer at Filecoin Foundation; Graduate Student Fellow at the Singh Center for Nanotechnology; Student at The Wharton School About The Mentor ProjectThe Mentor Project is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. Our mentors are experts in science, technology, engineering, the arts, mathematics, business, and law. From developing a patent on how to use credit cards on the Internet to insights on space exploration and astronomy, to titans of industry and world-class technologists, TMP mentors share their skills and knowledge to inspire and guide their mentees._____________________________GuestRobert DowlingAssociate Engineer at the Filecoin Foundation [@FilFoundation]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertpatrickdowling/_____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBlue Lava: https://itspm.ag/blue-lava-w2qsNintex: https://itspm.ag/itspntweb_____________________________ResourcesCo:Rise Software Engineering Course | Web3 Applications & Filecoin/IPFS: https://corise.com/course/web3-filecoinFilecoin Foundation: https://fil.org/_____________________________For more podcast stories from Audio Signals: https://www.itspmagazine.com/audio-signalsAre you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?
Hi #smartcommunityfriends! I'm back with another bonus episode of the Smart Community Podcast sharing various guests answers to the question, ‘Where to next with Smart Cities and Communities?” And this time I'm sharing with you the answers from these guests:Calum Cameron from Episode 297Chris Manoski from Episode 298Dr. Mariela Alfonzo from Episode 299Some themes that come through in the guest answers are around leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI), education, collaboration and co-creation.One thing that all of our guests agree on is that Smart Communities is a journey that everyone should be a part of. Through education, collaboration and co-creation we can build communities that people really want, not just communities they need.As Mariela Alfonzo says, “Being able to have a platform [where] anybody can contribute and co-create, I think that's really where we're headed in Smart Communities.”As always we hope you enjoyed listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it!Find the full show notes at: www.mysmart.communityConnect with me via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgConnect with My Smart Community via LinkedIn or Twitter and watch on YouTubeThe Smart Community Podcast is produced by Perk Digital.
Dive into the ways to improve online safety with kids and why diversity matters...and her books!______________________________GuestZinet KemalMom of 4, Author, & Associate Cloud Security Engineer at Best Buy [@BestBuy]On Twitter | https://twitter.com/zinet_kemalOn LinkedIn | https://linkedin.com/in/zinet-kemal______________________________HostChloé MessdaghiOn ITSPmagazine
Jeff Mann grew up in the Los Angeles area during the heyday of car culture and Saturday night cruising. His mechanical talents came in handy as he found himself deeply immersed in the nautical world, rebuilding a 90-foot freighter into a craft capable of circumnavigating the globe. A job offer with a fledgling company called Industrial Light & Magic, started by director George Lucas, fresh off his "Stars Wars" success, led him into another career as a visual effects supervisor for some of the most important films of the recent era, "Minority Report," "A.I. Artificial Intelligence," "Starship Troopers" among them. He eventually left Lucas' branched out into his own company, pairing his artistry with his love of gadgetry and mechanics. Meanwhile, he kept pursuing his art - pencil and pen-and-ink drawings of fantastical creatures. We dive deep into Mann's career, but we also talk about his love of Ojai. "About 10 years ago after 25 years at LucasFilms' Industrial Light & Magic creating spaceships and creatures, working on visual effects for dozens of films and helping to run that Studio I decided to step away from that work," he said. "In my opinion I had seen the best of it. It was time to pursue my own artwork." "Lis and I had been coming to Ojai together as she had grown up in Ojai and had family here. We decided Ojai was a unique small town with a creative streak and history that suited us well. A good place to begin the next phase of our journey. We bought an old house in the East End and spent the next year making it livable. "We rebuilt that place and created a couple of art studios on the property. In the process we learned some new things, made some art, got to know the town and found our community," he said. Mann also talked about his friendship with Guy Webster, the incredible auction prices for Star Wars X-fighters and much more. We did not talk about George Perry's 90-year-old record for largemouth bass, the Boston Celtics or the lost wax method.
The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond. Today's panelists are WAMC's Alan Chartock, Investigative Journalist and Adjunct Professor, Rosemary Armao, Tetherless World Chair of Computing, Web and Cognitive Sciences and Founding Director of the Institute for Data, Artificial Intelligence and Computation at RPI Jim Hendler, and director, actor, educator and co-founder and Artistic Director of WAM Theatre Kristen van Ginhoven.