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Neurology Minute
Headache Classification for the Busy Neurologists

Neurology Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 2:18


Dr. Peter J. Goadsby discusses different headache classifications. This podcast is sponsored by argenx. Visit www.vyvgarthcp.com for more information.  

Neurology® Podcast
November Headache Series: Increasing the Value of Neurology Through Headache Classifications

Neurology® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 11:10


Call to Action for Neurologists. On this week's episode, Dr. Tesha Monteith talks with Dr. Peter Goadsby about headache classifications as part of the November Headache Series. This podcast is sponsored by argenx. Visit www.vyvgarthcp.com for more information.

The Tech Trek
Driving success through experimentation

The Tech Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 21:31


On this episode, Luis Bruder, the Director of Data Science, Machine Learning, and Advanced Analytics at Foot Locker, talks about managing experiments and how these experiments drive decisions. Key Takeaways: Definition and Classification of experiments Moving from experiments to project evaluation Who owns the experiment Metric evaluation Experimentation to Production Life Cycle Aligning your team with new experiment opportunities. Balancing project and maintenance work About today's guest: Luis Bruder brings over 11 years of experience in Data Science and Analytics, with his most recent work in the marketing and retail industries. His background is in computer engineering, and he holds a master's in business administration. He is passionate about leveraging data science, AI, and Machine Learning to create impactful products and results. He lives in Washington, DC. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lbruder/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Tech Trek, and if you enjoyed this episode, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review on the Apple podcast app! Want to learn more about us? Head over at https://www.elevano.com Have questions or want to cover specific topics with our future guests? Please message me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/amirbormand (Amir Bormand)

Mythology of Marksmanship
Ep30 PRS Classifications, Our Predictions, and Stock/Chassis Fit

Mythology of Marksmanship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 104:59


Paul and I BS about a few different subjects. Hope you enjoy the episode. Sorry about the delay, life has been crazy the last few weeks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mythologyofmarksmanship/support

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2388: Inventing the Hyperlink

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 3:50


Episode: 2388 In which Paul Otlet invents the hyperlink, and almost invents the Internet.  Today, we invent the hyperlink.

NPZ LAW GROUP - Immigration Podcast
EB1-3: Pre Certified Classifications - Who qualifies under this category?

NPZ LAW GROUP - Immigration Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 1:03


Privacy Please
S3, E136 - Take control of your unruly data with privacy-preserving classification

Privacy Please

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 16:47


This week on Privacy Please, we go into a recent Gartner report on using classification to improve unstructured data security highlighting the benefits of data classification within the broader context of security and compliance. The report also identifies the key criteria and limitations of today's classification tools and provides expert analysis and guidance. In this episode, we'll discuss what we consider to be the key takeaways from Gartner's findings. 

Mises Media
Review of Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022


Law Professor David Bernstein looks at the system of racial classifications in the USA and explains why they have been harmful. Original Article: "Review of Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. '

Audio Mises Wire
Review of Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America

Audio Mises Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022


Law Professor David Bernstein looks at the system of racial classifications in the USA and explains why they have been harmful. Original Article: "Review of Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. '

Teleforum
Talks With Authors: Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America

Teleforum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 64:31


In his recent book, Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America, Professor David Bernstein breaks down the history of American racial classifications, and raises questions about the classifications' coherence, logic, and fairness. Professor Bernstein joins us to discuss his book and the role that racial classifications should or should not play in our society.Featuring:Professor David Bernstein, University Professor and Executive Director, Liberty & Law Center, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason UniversityCory Liu, Partner, Ashcroft Law Firm

NPZ LAW GROUP - Immigration Podcast
EB1-3: Pre Certified Classifications - For Certain Multinational Manager or Executive

NPZ LAW GROUP - Immigration Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 1:00


The TK Show
Schedule E (cont'd) Supplemental Income and Loss (Rental Income)

The TK Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 68:40


Rental Real Estate irs.gov/ Schedule E. How to handle if we have rental property business.  Classifications, Type of Property: Single Family Residence, Multi-Family Residence, Vacation/Short Term Rental, Commercial, Land or others  We will discuss, what to put on your lease, the Landlord/tenant relationship.  Avoid Discrimination,Rights of Disabled Tenants, Reasonable Accommodations, Accessibility, needed Modifications Rental Applications and moreSupport the show

Inside the Lab
Special Episode: Evolving and Emerging Trends in HER2 Classification and Reporting in Breast Cancer

Inside the Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 56:20


The emergence of HER2-low therapies for metastatic breast cancer is a paradigm shift in the traditional binary classification of a patient's HER2 status, creating a need for practice changes in pathology necessitated by the expansion in how HER2-low breast cancer needs to be classified and treated. During this recorded 2022 ASCP Annual Meeting session, a moderated expert faculty panel will discuss evolving and emerging trends in breast cancer classification and reporting across the HER2+ spectrum. They will also discuss how pathologists and laboratory professionals can prepare for HER2-low classification, tracking, and reporting. In addition, they will review some of the current challenges in HER2 testing and explore opportunities to prepare for the future landscape of HER classification in breast cancer.  The activity offers 1.0 CME/CMLE credit.  The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians.  FacultySwikrity U. Baskota, MDAssistant Professor, Department of Pathology, and Cell BiologyColumbia University Irving Medical Center Marilyn Bui, MD, PhDSenior Member and Professor of PathologyScientific Director of Analytic Microscopy CoreProgram Director of Cytopathology FellowshipMoffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute Mamatha Chivukula, MD, FASCPDirector of Breast Pathology Services and IHC LabMills Peninsula Medical Center, Sutter Health Affiliate Joseph Kim, MD, MBA, MPHPresidentQ Synthesis Credit Designation Statement  The ASCP designates this enduring podcast activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.  ASCP designates this enduring podcast activity for a maximum of 1.0 CMLE credit.  This activity meets CMP and state re-licensure requirements for laboratory personnel.  For questions regarding CME credit, please contact ASCP Customer Service at 1-800-267-2727, during normal business hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern Time  Method of Participation  To complete the activity and receive credit, the participant must complete the podcast activity. CME certificates will be provided on-line.  Commercial Support Funded by independent educational grants from AstraZeneca and Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.Provided by the American Society for Clinical Pathology in partnership with Q Synthesis.

Medscape InDiscussion: Psoriatic Arthritis
S2 Episode 5: Searching for Clues: Early Diagnosis of Psoriatic Arthritis

Medscape InDiscussion: Psoriatic Arthritis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 19:59


Diagnosing psoriatic arthritis can be a challenging endeavor. Drs Cohen and Gladman discuss how they approach early diagnosis, ruling out mimics, and the literature on the subject to help clinicians diagnose and treat psoriatic arthritis in clinic. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/970785). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of the advertiser. This podcast is intended only for US healthcare professionals. Resources Psoriatic Arthritis https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/2196539-overview Observational Cohort Studies: Lessons Learnt From the University of Toronto Psoriatic Arthritis Program https://academic.oup.com/rheumatology/article/50/1/25/1789865 Psoriatic Arthritis https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/4581554/ GRAPPA Treatment Recommendations: 2021 Update https://www.jrheum.org/content/early/2022/03/10/jrheum.211331 Psoriatic Arthritis: Performance of Rheumatologists in Daily Practice https://ard.bmj.com/content/61/3/219 The ClASsification for Psoriatic ARthritis (CASPAR) Criteria – A Retrospective Feasibility, Sensitivity, and Specificity Study https://www.jrheum.org/content/39/1/154 Toronto Psoriatic Arthritis Screening (ToPAS) Questionnaire: A Report From the GRAPPA 2009 Annual Meeting https://www.jrheum.org/content/jrheum/38/3/546.full.pdf Prevention of Metacarpophalangeal Joints Structure Damage in Patients With Psoriatic Arthritis Using Secukinumab https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03623867

Research To Practice | Oncology Videos
Myelodysplastic Syndromes | Exploring Current Considerations and Promising Investigational Approaches for Patients with Myelodysplastic Syndromes

Research To Practice | Oncology Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 60:21


Featuring perspectives from Drs Guillermo Garcia-Manero, Gail Roboz and David Sallman, including the following topics: Prologue: A vision for the future (0:00) Classification and prognosis of myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) (23:34) Current management of lower-risk MDS (25:57) Current management of higher-risk MDS (38:16) MDS-Acute Myeloid Leukemia continuum and overlap: Venetoclax and other targeted therapy (46:38) CME information and select publications

Innovation Now
More than Meets the Eye

Innovation Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022


Earth's atmosphere may give our Sun its yellow appearance, but looks can be deceiving.

Astro arXiv | all categories
The Spectroscopic Classification of Astronomical Transients SCAT Survey: Overview, Pipeline Description, Initial Results, and Future Plans

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 0:50


The Spectroscopic Classification of Astronomical Transients SCAT Survey: Overview, Pipeline Description, Initial Results, and Future Plans by M. A. Tucker et al. on Tuesday 18 October We present the Spectroscopic Classification of Astronomical Transients (SCAT) survey, which is dedicated to spectrophotometric observations of transient objects such as supernovae and tidal disruption events. SCAT uses the SuperNova Integral-Field Spectrograph (SNIFS) on the University of Hawai'i 2.2-meter (UH2.2m) telescope. SNIFS was designed specifically for accurate transient spectrophotometry, including absolute flux calibration and host-galaxy removal. We describe the data reduction and calibration pipeline including spectral extraction, telluric correction, atmospheric characterization, nightly photometricity, and spectrophotometric precision. We achieve $lesssim 5%$ spectrophotometry across the full optical wavelength range ($3500-9000~r{A}$) under photometric conditions. The inclusion of photometry from the SNIFS multi-filter mosaic imager allows for decent spectrophotometric calibration ($10-20%$) even under unfavorable weather/atmospheric conditions. SCAT obtained $approx 650$ spectra of transients over the first 3 years of operations, including supernovae of all types, active galactic nuclei, cataclysmic variables, and rare transients such as superluminous supernovae and tidal disruption events. These observations will provide the community with benchmark spectrophotometry to constrain the next generation of hydrodynamic and radiative transfer models. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2210.09322v1

The Human Cloud Podcast
Ep. 72: Classification Proposal, Freelance Economy is Ahead, Impact W/ Rich Wilson of Gigged.AI

The Human Cloud Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 53:38


It's a scary time as the Biden Administration proposes a freelancer killing bill that can rocket ship inflation and put the US 50 years behind. The freelance economy is going nowhere. (find these statistics in our newsletter >> humancloud.substack.com) 40% of full-time employees in the US have a side-gig 90% plus of corporate leaders in a recent global survey said they utilize freelancers and say they will increase their reliance. 80% of employers say they are increasing their use of freelancers as they suspend full-time hires. Instead the US classification direction will force companies to prioritize other countries like the UK who repealed it's equivalent law IR35 and put their freelancers in front of their US equivalent freelancers. Learn about this and more with the Matthew's monthly update. Also don't forget to subscribe to the Human Cloud newsletter for charts and more! humancloud.substack.com

Catching Them ALL
80 Miles on a Bike and a Crocowhile on a Bridge

Catching Them ALL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 59:35


It's an invasion of the James'! For part 1, enjoy an adventure in Mexico from James' point of view and of course April hijacking conversations to talk critter facts. Cool critters this episode include crocodilians, monkeys, and more!  Find us on Instagram: instagram.com/allthecritterspod Catchingthemall.blog https://neprimateconservancy.org/yucatan-black-howler/ https://www.nature.com/articles/ismej201316 http://www.iucncsg.org/pages/Classification-of-Living-Crocodilians.html#:~:text=There%20are%2024%20recognised%20species,species%3B%20Gharial%20and%20Tomistoma). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catchingthemall/support

BBFC Podcast
BBFC Podcast Episode 111 - In Conversation With Col Needham From IMDb

BBFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 80:25


In this episode, we speak to Col Needham, the CEO of IMDb, about the origins and evolution of the much-loved Internet Movie Database website, most commonly known as IMDb.

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
The Relevance of Wine Competitions w/ Doug Frost, MW, MS

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 44:30


What is the relevance of having 100s of gold medal wines and the competitions that hand them out? According to Doug Frost, MW, MS, it references back to the 19th century, when people were trying to describe what was happening in their wine regions. Doug describes the history, value, drawbacks, and key success factors of wine competitions. He delves into their changing influence in the era of the wine critic and the modern era of the sommelier. He contrasts this with the Wine Pinnacle Awards, now in its second incarnation in Singapore. Detailed Show Notes: Doug's background Master of Wine and Master Sommelier for more than 25 yearsRestaurant background, has worked in retail, distribution, and now owns a winery (Echolands Winery)Wine competition historyStarted in the 19th century - attempts to describe what's happening in a winegrowing region, e.g., 1855 Classification of BordeauxThe 1950s-1960s - started to grow, especially in regions outside of Bordeaux and Burgundy, which had classifications to prove wines were high qualityE.g., 1976 - “Judgment of Paris” tasting where CA wines beat French winesThe 1980s-1990s - competitions grew to find out the best of the areas w/o classifications, mainly “new world” such as the US and AustraliaCompetition examplesSonoma County Fair - focused on SonomaDecanter World Wine Awards - covers the world, dependent on wineries submitting wines, ranks the best of the wines submittedValue of competitions - tells you about wines you haven't heard about yetDrawbacks of competitionsWineries w/ proven track records often don't submit - more downside than upsideThey usually charge for submissionsKeys to a successful competitionThe quality of judges is keyKnow the purpose of the competition (e.g., examining a specific region, grape variety, etc.)Control the style of wines w/in categories, and make sure a particular style does not dominate every flight - e.g., Jefferson Cup controls the # of wines from a regionCompetitions vs. wine critics/magazinesCompetitions - no expectation that top brands submitTop magazines - top brands must show upCompetitions are still relevant in Australia; in the US, competitions gave way to individual critics, which may now be giving way to others (e.g., crowdsourced scores)Still in the era of the sommelierSomms talk to each other (vs. retailers)Somms influence each other (Pinnacle tries to embody the same idea)Somms actually sell wine (vs. critics)Wine Pinnacle AwardsCo-created by Jeannie Cho Lee MWInternational in scope - dozens of judges from all over the world, each region has equal weightingJudges mostly MSs, MWs, and senior wine writersEach judge was asked to nominate stand-out wines from a specific region and vintage that stood out in their tastings over the past few years (e.g., best Bordeaux from 2010)Target audience - collectors and more experienced consumersTrying to not bring up the same wineries every year by highlighting different vintages, including overlooked onesHosts an award ceremony each year where tickets are sold, does not charge for submissions Get access to library episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

This Week in Startups - Audio
New worker classification test proposal, Getir in talks to acquire Gorillas & more | E1583

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 69:01 Very Popular


J+M kick off the show by catching up after Molly's speaking gig yesterday (2:31), before breaking down the US Labor Dept proposing new rules for worker classification (16:23). Then, they discuss self-driving food-running robots (49:11) before discussing potential consolidation in the instant-delivery space! (58:39) (0:00) J+M tee up today's topics! (2:31) Molly's keynote, Jason teaching the next Founder University, data defaults, and liability (14:57) LinkedIn Marketing - Get a $100 LinkedIn ad credit at https://linkedin.com/thisweekinstartups (16:23) US Labor Dept proposes new test for employee vs. independent contractor classification, understanding the history of worker classification (26:17) Policygenius - Go to https://policygenius.com to get a free life insurance quote (27:39) Creating better benchmarks for employees (35:35) Revelo - Get 20% off the first 3 months by mentioning TWIST at https://revelo.io/twist (37:02) Uber's proactive attempt at a "third way" solution between independent contractors and employees (49:11) Startup of the Day: Bear Robotics is creating self-driving food-running robots for restaurants (58:39) Potential consolidation in the instant-delivery market: Getir is in advanced talks to acquire Gorillas FOLLOW Jason: https://linktr.ee/calacanis FOLLOW Molly: https://twitter.com/mollywood Subscribe to our YouTube to watch all full episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkkhmBWfS7pILYIk0izkc3A?sub_confirmation=1

Weird Island
62. MILLS: Ann & Hope

Weird Island

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 27:13


Ann & Hope… were two women. Then the words became the name of a ship, followed by a mill, and later a store. This week, I'll bring you along as I learn the story of the Ann & Hope Mill and the discount department store that shared its name. And along the way, we'll even uncover a bit of a mystery. Episode Source MaterialAnn and Hope Store Complex (Ann and Hope Mill, Lonsdale Mill) | SAH ARCHIPEDIAAnn & Hope mill sells for $3.5 million | News | valleybreeze.comDevelopers unveil proposal for old Ann & Hope building | WPRI.comHistoricandArchitectural Resources of Cumberland, Rhode IslandThe Hermit of Study Hill: Where are Blackstone's bones? – Rhode's GalleryBrown and IvesLonsdale Company Records (MSS 9 SG 2)Ann & Hope - WikipediaPassages: Irwin Chase, co-founder of Ann & Hope department store, paved way for Walmart, KmartThe Wal-Mart RevolutionHow to be a Billionaire: Proven Strategies from the Titans of WealthCaptain Wilbur Kelly - Blackstone River ValleyThe Landmark | BVHS HistoricandArchitectural Resources of Cumberland, Rhode IslandThe mysterious case of William Blackstone's remains | News | valleybreeze.comWilliam Blackstone Memorial Park | quahog.orgNational Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form 1. Name 2 Location 3. Classification 4. Owner of Property 5. LocaBlackstone River State Park, Bikeway, and Visitor's Center HistoryMill Preservation in the Blackstone River ValleyRhode Island Jewish Historical Notes | 1972Ann & Hope: America's First Superstore | Down the Rhode #11993 Annual ReportDiscount store - Wikipedia

Live From America Podcast
Episode #251: Racial Classification in America With David Bernstein

Live From America Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 73:08


This Week's Guests: Author - David Bernstein Comedian - Boris Khaykin The World's Famous comedy Cellar presents "Live From America Podcast" with Noam Dworman and Hatem Gabr. The top experts and thinkers of the world and the best comics in the Nation get together weekly with our hosts to discuss different topics each week, News, Culture, Politics, comedy & and more with an equal parts of knowledge and comedy! David E. Bernstein is a law professor at the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia, where he has taught since 1995. His primary areas of scholarly research are constitutional history and the admissibility of expert testimony. Bernstein is a contributor to the legal blog The Volokh Conspiracy. Follow Live From America YouTube www.youtube.com/channel/UCS2fqgw61yK1J6iKNxV0LmA Twitter twitter.com/AmericasPodcast www.LiveFromAmericaPodcast.com LiveFromAmerica@ComedyCellar.com Follow Hatem Twitter twitter.com/HatemNYC Instagram www.instagram.com/hatemnyc/ Follow Noam Twitter twitter.com/noamdworman?lang #DavidBernstein #Classified #RacialClassificationinAmerica

ModPath Chat
The Stanford Experience in Implementation of the Molecular Classification of Endometrial carcinomas (EC)

ModPath Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 17:58


Establishing an efficient and standardized workflow for performing molecular classification on ECs, and reporting both the molecular and histologic findings in an integrative manner, is imperative. Dr. Brooke Howitt discusses with the host her institution's effort to implement rapid and routine molecular classification on all ECs diagnosed at Stanford. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Please Explain
Should we have a 'Lack of Consent' classification?

Please Explain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 12:51


You know those little classifications that pop up that beginning of movies and TV shows, like ‘V' for violence, ‘D' for drug use, or 'N' for nudity? What if there was also a ‘C' … for Lack of Consent? Some of your favourite films and shows would earn a ‘C' classification. Star Wars, Bridgerton, Friends, even Disney cartoons like Sleeping Beauty. Right now in Australia, one not-for-profit organisation, Consent Labs, is fighting for exactly this. Because, they say, if lack of consent is the norm on our screens it becomes the norm in real life. Today on Please Explain, Kate Aubusson is joined by Consent Labs co-founder Joyce Yu to discuss the depiction of consent, or lack of, in film and TV.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Please Explain
Should we have a 'Lack of Consent' classification?

Please Explain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 12:51


You know those little classifications that pop up that beginning of movies and TV shows, like ‘V' for violence, ‘D' for drug use, or 'N' for nudity? What if there was also a ‘C' … for Lack of Consent? Some of your favourite films and shows would earn a ‘C' classification. Star Wars, Bridgerton, Friends, even Disney cartoons like Sleeping Beauty. Right now in Australia, one not-for-profit organisation, Consent Labs, is fighting for exactly this. Because, they say, if lack of consent is the norm on our screens it becomes the norm in real life. Today on Please Explain, Kate Aubusson is joined by Consent Labs co-founder Joyce Yu to discuss the depiction of consent, or lack of, in film and TV.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Two Mikes with Michael Scheuer and Col Mike
The Federal Apartheid Racial Classification Of America With David Bernstein

Two Mikes with Michael Scheuer and Col Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 33:01


Today, The Two Mikes hosted David E. Bernstein, who holds a University Professorship chair at the Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason University. Professor Bernstein has just published a long-needed book about the "sordid business" of the federal government's racial classification system. The book is called Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America. Dr. Bernstein's book Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America is available at: Amazon, Powell's Books, and Barnes and Noble.“Listening to Two Mikes will make you smarter!”- Gov Robert L. Ehrlich, JrSponsors
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Jobob Unlimited
DCL #219 Trump Talks Classification & Gets Sued, Biden's Lost, Interest Rates Going UP, and more on Daily Caller Live with Jobob

Jobob Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 37:12


#219 Trump Talks Classification & Gets Sued, Biden's Lost, Interest Rates Going UP, and more on Daily Caller Live with Jobob

Daily Caller Live with Jobob
#219 Trump Talks Classification & Gets Sued, Biden's Lost, Interest Rates Going UP, and more on Daily Caller Live with Jobob

Daily Caller Live with Jobob

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 37:12


Trump Talks Classification & Gets Sued, Biden's Lost, Interest Rates Going UP, and more on Daily Caller Live with Jobob

Network Radio
Two Mikes The Federal Apartheid Racial Classification Of America With David Bernstein

Network Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 33:00


Today, The Two Mikes hosted David E. Bernstein, who holds a University Professorship chair at the Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason University. Professor Bernstein has just published a long-needed book about the "sordid business" of the federal government's racial classification system. The book is called Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America. The racial classification system started out a well-intentioned tool to assist the Black-Americans to compete economically and in educational opportunities during the Civil Rights Era. As with many of the national government's good intentions, the racial classification system has become a civil rights nightmare by enabling bureaucrats to define race more or less as they see fit. For example, Europeans from Spain are identified in the same category as South American Hispanics and an almost infinitesimal percentage of Asian, African, or Native American blood in an individual allows that person to claim that heritage for a leg-up in jobs, education, and the federal dole. One of the endorsers of Dr. Berntsein's Book, Law Professor Glenn Reynolds, best-sums up the point and great worth of the book by writing that the book's analysis of the mess the United States is in because of its racial classification system is total and obvious: "We mock the racial-classification schemes of the Jim Crow South, Nazi Germany, and Aparthied South Africa. But as David Bernstein has ably demonstrated, our own racial-classification system is just as risible, and no more scientific." Dr. Bernstein's book Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America is available at: Amazon, Powell's Books, and Barnes and Noble. Sponsors My Pillow: https://www.mypillow.com/twomikes EMP Shield: https://www.empshield.com/?coupon=twomikes Our Gold Guy: https://www.ourgoldguy.com www.TwoMikes.us

The Procuretech Podcast: Digital Procurement, Unwrapped
Why Data is the Bedrock of Digital – Susan Walsh is The Classification Guru

The Procuretech Podcast: Digital Procurement, Unwrapped

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 21:01


Welcome back to the Procuretech podcast! We're continuing our  third series of interviews with industry experts and thought leaders.  Today we're talking to someone with a unique niche perspective, to hear their thoughts on all things digital procurement.   Why Data is the Bedrock of Digital - Susan Walsh is The Classification Guru My guest needs absolutely no introduction to most of you: Susan Walls, the classification, Guru herself. Susan was one of our first guests in series one, all the way back in April 2020. A lot has changed in the world since then, but before we dive into that, let's get a quick reminder of Susan's background.   Susan Walsh – A brief background on the Classification Guru Susan has been running The Classification Guru for just over five years now. She started working for a spend analytics company, before deciding to go it alone. Susan thought there must be companies out there who just want their data classified and normalised, without the analytics part. And she was right. Spend analytics is being increasingly brought in-house – most departments have some kind of analyst now. But people still struggle with classification. That's where Susan comes in, bringing a human touch and years of experience to classification. The Classification Guru can help with things like supplier cleansing for PT implementations and CRM systems. Susan is also currently working on an exciting project outside of the procurement space for retail category management. Basically, if you've got a data problem, Susan can help with it. Because Susan's service isn't a tech solution, it's not the sort of thing we'd usually cover here on procurementsoftware.site. But Susan's niche is a really interesting perspective from which to view procurement. So how has her business been impacted by the rise of procurement technology over the last few years?   The impact of procurement and technology Susan thinks that the expansion of procurement tech has helped her business. There are so many solutions saying “buy our software, it'll fix your data”. But the reality is, you have to clean that data before a tool can do anything with it. People are realising the importance of data, but at the same time they don't have the know how to manage it. They don't fully understand the tools they're using. There's an assumption that this process will be 100% automated, but that's often not the case. It's so important to get it right, and clean the data before you automate it. There are hybrid solutions out there. These either offer consultancy alongside automation, but are usually more focused on enterprise level complex material master data more than vendor master data. There are also solutions that use AI to scrape, clean and sort the data - Tealbook and Scoutbee for example. But they're not classifying data, they're essentially just supplier discovery platforms that can help to categorise data as part of that offering. But where's that data coming from? How do you know it's valid? Is there a human behind it? You should always have someone who knows the industry double check data. Verify whatever you're buying in with what you know, just to make sure it's right. Automation can be successful and accurate when you focus on a specific area. But if you're buying a tool that tries to cover every single industry in the world, it's not going to hit the mark as well, because it's trying to be everything to everyone.   Bigger data, bigger problem Generally, the bigger the organisation, the bigger the dirty data problem. Because they've grown through acquisition, big companies often have multiple ERP systems. That can very easily lead to a real tangle of complicated data. But mid market businesses also have an issue here. Their data is not going to be as dirty as an enterprise company that's grown through acquisition over the years, but a smaller company might not...

The Wine Conversation
▻ The New Saint-Emilion Classification

The Wine Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 23:18


Leading Bordeaux expert Jane Anson of www.janeanson.com talks about the new Saint-Emilion classification which has just been released. Discover the criteria used, who are the winners and losers, and why she thinks certain châteaux missed out on being promoted. She discusses how the classification has been mired in controversy in the past and explains how important the classification is to the estates and today's consumers.Find out more at wine-conversation.com

Blood Podcast
The International Consensus Classification: An interview with Drs. Daniel Arber and Elias Campo

Blood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 19:01


In this bonus episode, we're delighted to have Dr. Dan Arber from the University of Chicago and Dr. Elias Campo from the University of Barcelona. With members of the Clinical Advisory Committee, Drs. Arber and Campo led efforts to develop the new International Consensus Classification for what we refer to as the ICC.

The M News Now
9/15/2022 Today's Daily Marijuana and Cannabis Industry News - Joe Rogan, President Biden & Vice President Harris, Nevada, Schedule 1 Classification, WADA, Germany

The M News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 7:39


Joe Rogan Points out President & Vice President's Failure to Fulfill Campaign Promises on Cannabis Matters Nevada Court Rules that the Schedule 1 Classification of Cannabis is Unconstitutional World Anti-Doping Agency Set Plans to Keep Cannabis Banned, Pointing to US' Own Lack of Movement Germany's Cananbis Legalization Delays

Cato Event Podcast
Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America

Cato Event Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 68:29


Racial classification is ubiquitous in American life. Job applications, university admissions, government contracts, and much more involve checking a box stating whether one is black, white, Asian, Hispanic, or Native American.David Bernstein has written a surprising and revealing book on how these classifications came about, with the federal government playing a leading role. It asks:Should Pakistani, Chinese, and Filipino Americans be in the same category despite obvious differences in culture, appearance, religion, and more?Why does the government not allow Americans to classify themselves as biracial or multiracial?How did a dark‐​complexioned, burka‐​wearing Muslim Yemeni come to be classified as generically white while a blond‐​haired, blue‐​eyed newcomer is classified as minority if arriving from a country where Spanish is spoken?Why does the government require biomedical researchers to classify study participants by official racial categories that have no scientific basis?Bernstein's provocative book ends with a call for a separation of race and state. Commenting will be Jane Coaston, host of the New York Times's podcast The Argument, and Prof. Robert Cottrol, a scholar of race and legal history at George Washington University Law School. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

UAB MedCast
Facial Pain Classification and Treatment: Not Just Trigeminal Neuralgia

UAB MedCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


Patients present with facial pain for a whole host of reasons. One of the most widely known facial pain diagnosis is trigeminal neuralgia, but a whole host of other diagnosis must be considered as treatment is driven by diagnosis. In this podcast, Marshall Holland MD talks about the approach to a facial pain patient, neurosurgical options for different facial pain syndromes, the importance of listening to the patient's story fully, and the need for good relationships with other providers that may be called upon for the treatment of the patient

The Old Man's Podcast
Episode 332; A research study leads to a drunk classification system

The Old Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 30:47


On this episode, podcast contributor Craig Dickinson and I reveal the results of a decades long research project that leads to a classification system for drunks. Perhaps you'll see yourself in this you, but will definitely see others you know. Giggle your way down this road that shines a bright light on many people we know. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theoldmanspodcast/message

BioTime
The 3-Domain Classification System

BioTime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 12:37


With countless organisms roaming the Earth, it is important to have a system to classify them all. The 3-Domain Classification System is a way to sort organisms into 3 categories: bacteria, archaea, and eukarya. In this episode, we explore each of these classfications and the criteria each requires.

Slices of Wenatchee
Horan Natural Area may get a special noise classification; Michael Carter Rallis left the football field for the ring

Slices of Wenatchee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 4:49


Today - Chelan County PUD is moving forward with trying to give the Horan Natural Area a special noise classification. And later - Michael Carter Rallis left the football field for the ring of World Wrestling Entertainment in 2014. This weekend he will be at Town Toyota Center as Madcap Moss and part of WWE's Sunday Stunner event.Support the show: https://www.wenatcheeworld.com/site/forms/subscription_services/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Radiology Podcasts | RSNA
2021 WHO Central Nervous System Tumor Classification

Radiology Podcasts | RSNA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 18:45


Dr. Francis Deng discusses key highlights of the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Classification with Dr. Derek Johnson. "A Radiologist's Guide to the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Tumor Classification: Part 1 - Key Concepts and the Spectrum of Diffuse Glioma" A Radiologist's Guide to the 2021 WHO Central Nervous System Tumor Classification: Part I—Key Concepts and the Spectrum of Diffuse Gliomas. Johnson et al. Radiology 2022; 304:494–508.

Artificiality
Gerd Gigerenzer: Staying Smart

Artificiality

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 61:02


How should we respond and react to artificial intelligence and its impact on the world and each other? How should we handle the risk and uncertainty risk caused by the permeation of AI throughout our lives?To tackle these questions, we talked with Gerd Gigerenzer about his recent book, How to Stay Smart in a Smart World. We talk with Gerd about the impacts of big data on making decisions, the increasing use of AI for surveillance, the risks of trusting smart technology too much, and the broader impact of technology on our human dignity.Gerd is the Director Emeritus at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and the author of several books, including Calculated Risks, Gut Feelings, and Risk Savvy and the coeditor of Better Doctors, Better Patients, Better Decisions and Classification in the Wild. He has trained judges, physicians, and managers in decision-making and understanding risk.We thoroughly enjoyed Gerd's book and recommend it to both those new to AI who may be looking for an approachable introduction and to those expert in AI who may be looking for a new perspective to think about the future of our digital world.If you enjoy our podcasts, please subscribe and leave a positive rating or comment. Sharing your positive feedback helps us reach more people and connect them with the world's great minds.Subscribe to get Artificiality delivered to your emailLearn more about Sonder StudioThanks to Jonathan Coulton for our music This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit artificiality.substack.com

Free Thoughts
Racial Classification in America (with David Bernstein)

Free Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 51:18 Very Popular


Americans are understandably squeamish about official racial and ethnic classifications. Nevertheless, they are ubiquitous in American life. Applying for a job, mortgage, university admission, citizenship, government contracts, and much more involves checking a box stating whether one is Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, or Native American.David Bernstein's new book, Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America, attempts to illuminate these “crude classifications”, showing how the government's formalizing and flattening of racial categories led to the forming of new interest groups, anti-discrimination policy, and complicated, ever-evolving definitions. But rather than attack affirmative action, it asks: if we're going to classify people by race, what is the goal? How do the tools we use to do so accomplish it? And what can we do going forward to do so in a better way? Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Body Nerd Show
179 Achilles Tendon Pain

The Body Nerd Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 14:28


Have you ever experienced heel pain? Achilles tendonitis is fairly common - with almost 200,000 annual cases in the US. And while it commonly affects runners, if you have feet - you can have pain here. And because of the Achilles' direct connection to your plantar fascia, tendonitis and plantar fasciitis go hand in hand. (or is it foot in foot?

Anderson Cooper 360
Intel agencies began reviewing some Mar-a-Lago documents in May to assess classification level

Anderson Cooper 360

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 40:55 Very Popular


The intelligence community has been working with the FBI since mid-May to examine some of the classified documents taken from Mar-a-Lago in order to determine their level of classification, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter. CNN Senior Law Enforcement Analyst and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe gives his perspective on the latest developments. And insight from ESPN tennis analyst and former professional tennis player Patrick McEnroe on what could likely be tennis great Serena Williams' last U.S. Open.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

The John Batchelor Show
#WashingtonDC: The meaning of the classifications for government documents. John Bolton, The Hill.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 9:30


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #WashingtonDC: The meaning of the classifications for government documents. John Bolton, The Hill. https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/3619293-by-overhyping-mar-a-lago-documents-case-trumps-opponents-risk-a-third-defeat/

Judging Freedom
Trump Affidavit Released - with Sec Jeh Johnson

Judging Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 19:02


Thoughts on the Mar-a-Lago Search and the President's Classification and Declassification Authority https://www.lawfareblog.com/thoughts-... #Trump #fbiSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.
White Classification: Still Relevant?

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 18:57


In 1949, Priscilla White published her landmark study on diabetes in pregnancy, launching the “White Classification”. This has been a staple of pre-pregnancy diabetes nomenclature since that time. However, despite its historical role in obstetrics, is this scale still relevant? In this episode we will review the history, definitions of, and proposed alternative nomenclature to the traditional White Classification.

Opening Arguments
OA623: This Week in High Treason

Opening Arguments

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 71:57 Very Popular


There's still SO much to talk about in the Mar-a-Lago Treason Trove! Lots of updates on that, plus the Weiselberg plea, Trump passports, and more! We also squeeze in a wildcard on Alex Jones's loser lawyers. Links: The Atlantic article that is wrong, 42 U.S. Code § 2274 - Communication of Restricted Data, Jonathan Toebbe case, 10 CFR Part 1045 -- Nuclear Classification and Declassification, Classification of Nuclear Weapons-Related Information, Dep't of the Navy v. Egan, Trump's passports returned, Norm Pattis Sanctions order, Reynal order, Pattis "moved to dismiss", Alex-Jones-Kyng-S.-Lee-Affidavit

Hardball with Chris Matthews
The Espionage Act applies to Trump's case regardless of file classifications

Hardball with Chris Matthews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 41:39 Very Popular


In this episode of The ReidOut: Donald Trump is now apparently changing his excuse almost daily for why he may have stashed classified documents at Mar-a-Lago. We discuss how the Espionage Act applies to Trump's case, regardless of the classifications of certain materials. Meanwhile, Rudy Giuliani received some bad news from prosecutors in Georgia regarding their election interference investigation. We bring you the latest. Also, FBI agents are facing an increasing number of threats as Republican leaders stay mostly silent about the dangerous rhetoric coming from the right. What should we do? An expert weighs in. Plus, we bring you a preview of Liz Cheney's primary on Tuesday in Wyoming, where MAGA supporters seem intent on punishing her for telling the truth about Donald Trump. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.