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    The Roundtable
    6/29/22 RT Panel

    The Roundtable

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 77:26


    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.

    普通读者
    Ep 46 非虚构读书会首期:中文打字机的前世今生

    普通读者

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 44:31


    欢迎收听“普通读者”的新栏目:非虚构读书会。这个栏目中我们每期会共读一本非虚构书籍,然后展开聊一聊这本书,围绕这本书想到的七七八八的东西。欢迎大家和我们一起阅读。有任何问题可以和我们留言,或者联系我们。 首期共读书目:The Chinese Typewriter: A History, by Thomas S. Mullaney 豆瓣条目 Goodreads条目 第二期共读书目:Internet for the People: The Fight for Our Digital Future, by Ben Tarnoff 豆瓣条目 Goodreads条目 Verso购买链接 时间节点: 9:52 参考书籍《后殖民主义与世界格局》 18:54 参考书籍《Postmodernism: A Very Short Introduction》 19:48 参考书籍《现代主义》 20:05 关于STS (Science and Technology Studies, or Science, Technology, Society) 22:27 欧美学术话语霸权 23:44 拓展阅读:STS下讲述具体的技术发明和物品发展历史的书: Gender & Technology in the Making, by Cynthia Cockburn / Susan Ormrod (微波炉的历史和女性身份的关系) Of Bicycles, Bakelites, and Bulbs, by Wiebe E. Bijker / W. Bernard Carlson / Trevor Pinch (现代自行车的历史形成) 24:38 拓展阅读:辉格历史观(线性历史观的一种),Whig History 28:18 技术决定论,technology determinism 29:26 黑匣子,black box 31:12 提到的书:《墙国志:中国如何控制网络》 33:45 参考文章:Do Artifacts Have Politics? By Langdon Winner. (科技不是中立的) 34:02 Nature vs. Nurture(“自然就是自然,是中立的”) 36:08 程序发展历史中被忽视的女性:Recoding Gender: Women's Changing Participation in Computing, by Janet Abbate —--------------------------- 收听和订阅渠道 墙内:小宇宙App,喜马拉雅,网易云“普通-读者” 墙外: Apple Podcast, Anchor, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Google Podcast, Breaker, Radiopublic 联系我们 电邮:commonreaders2020@gmail.com

    AWS - Il podcast in italiano
    D-Orbit: la logistica spaziale e l'edge computing in orbita (ospite: Renato Panesi)

    AWS - Il podcast in italiano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 30:24


    Cosa significa logistica spaziale e cosa si intende per "new space economy"? Quali sono le sfide da affrontare per inviare capacità computazionale in orbita intorno alla Terra? Quali sono i casi d'uso più interessanti e che relazione c'è tra cloud e spazio? In questo episodio ospito Renato Panesi, Fondatore e Chief Commercial Officer di D-Orbit, per parlare di economia spaziale e di come il cloud stia abilitando nuovi modelli di business e ricerca scientifica. Link: D-Orbit. Link: AWS Ground Station.

    Intel – Connected Social Media
    Simplifying AIoT and Driving Digital Transformation with Intel – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 276

    Intel – Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    James Cho, VP of Business Development at ThunderSoft, joins host Jake Smith to discuss how Cloud and IoT accelerate digital transformation everywhere – consumer, industrial, automotive, healthcare, government, education – with almost unlimited computing power and connecting every intelligent device to the network. James talks about ThunderSoft's long-term partnership with Intel in engineering collaboration and […]

    Cloud Computing – Connected Social Media
    Simplifying AIoT and Driving Digital Transformation with Intel – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 276

    Cloud Computing – Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    James Cho, VP of Business Development at ThunderSoft, joins host Jake Smith to discuss how Cloud and IoT accelerate digital transformation everywhere – consumer, industrial, automotive, healthcare, government, education – with almost unlimited computing power and connecting every intelligent device to the network. James talks about ThunderSoft's long-term partnership with Intel in engineering collaboration and […]

    Intel Conversations in the Cloud
    Simplifying AIoT and Driving Digital Transformation with Intel – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 276

    Intel Conversations in the Cloud

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    James Cho, VP of Business Development at ThunderSoft, joins host Jake Smith to discuss how Cloud and IoT accelerate digital transformation everywhere – consumer, industrial, automotive, healthcare, government, education – with almost unlimited computing power and connecting every intelligent device to the network. James talks about ThunderSoft's long-term partnership with Intel in engineering collaboration and […]

    Connected Social Media
    Simplifying AIoT and Driving Digital Transformation with Intel – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 276

    Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    James Cho, VP of Business Development at ThunderSoft, joins host Jake Smith to discuss how Cloud and IoT accelerate digital transformation everywhere – consumer, industrial, automotive, healthcare, government, education – with almost unlimited computing power and connecting every intelligent device to the network. James talks about ThunderSoft's long-term partnership with Intel in engineering collaboration and […]

    Intel CitC
    Simplifying AIoT and Driving Digital Transformation with Intel - CitC Episode 276

    Intel CitC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 13:15


    James Cho, VP of Business Development at ThunderSoft, joins host Jake Smith to discuss how Cloud and IoT accelerate digital transformation everywhere – consumer, industrial, automotive, healthcare, government, education - with almost unlimited computing power and connecting every intelligent device to the network. James talks about ThunderSoft's long-term partnership with Intel in engineering collaboration and joint venture to accelerate the digital transformation across a broad set of industry applications. He discusses how ThunderSoft's intelligent medical solution is optimized with OpenVINO on Intel platform. James highlights the Intel compute architecture and developer ecosystem as the catalyst for the strong partnership between Intel and ThunderSoft. James also shares his perspectives on the future of AI where he believes AI technology will bring positive changes to people's lives and enrich people's experiences. And that's where ThunderSoft is focused on innovating. For more information, visit: www.thundersoft.com Follow Jake on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/jakesmithintel

    Passions
    Paul Arnold Interview

    Passions

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 48:10


    Paul Arnold is a composer and classically trained musician, gifted at the piano, guitar and trumpet, although not usually at the same time. He has an MSc in Music Technology and a BA (Hons) in Music and Computing and his musical influences include 80s glam rock music, film scores and pop music of most sorts past and present. It's important to have a broad appreciation of music in this chosen field!

    Becoming
    033 Becoming Bob Crawford

    Becoming

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:53


    To wrap up Season 4 of Becoming, host Catherine Tang had a chance to sit down and chat with someone who has impacted her life greatly - Dr. Bob Crawford. In this episode, Bob talks about entering the field of computing in the 60s,  his 40+ years with Queen's University, and how faith has shaped the way he approaches life and those around him. Connect with us: Get in touch with Bob Crawford through Ryandale Transitional HousingCatherine Tang can be found on Twitter at @EduScribblings Theme music: "Inspiring and Upbeat" by Scott Holmeswww.scottholmesmusic.com

    BriefingsDirect Podcasts
    HPE Accelerates its Sustainability Goals While Improving the Impact of IT on the Environment and Society

    BriefingsDirect Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 28:21


    Inside International Tax
    A Tough Pillar to Swallow: Computing GloBE ETR for U.S. Multinationals

    Inside International Tax

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 27:24


    Tech Barometer – From The Forecast by Nutanix
    Cloud Computing Sparking an Economic Revolution

    Tech Barometer – From The Forecast by Nutanix

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    In this podcast, author Mark P. Mills says, “history doesn't repeat, it rhymes.” Consider what happened a century ago, when the world witnessed the convergence of the greatest technological leap in human history with innovations such as the automobile, airplane and radio; groundbreaking scientific discoveries in physics, chemistry and medicine; and a major jump in […]

    Cloud Computing – Connected Social Media
    Cloud Computing Sparking an Economic Revolution

    Cloud Computing – Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    In this podcast, author Mark P. Mills says, “history doesn't repeat, it rhymes.” Consider what happened a century ago, when the world witnessed the convergence of the greatest technological leap in human history with innovations such as the automobile, airplane and radio; groundbreaking scientific discoveries in physics, chemistry and medicine; and a major jump in […]

    Connected Social Media
    Cloud Computing Sparking an Economic Revolution

    Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    In this podcast, author Mark P. Mills says, “history doesn't repeat, it rhymes.” Consider what happened a century ago, when the world witnessed the convergence of the greatest technological leap in human history with innovations such as the automobile, airplane and radio; groundbreaking scientific discoveries in physics, chemistry and medicine; and a major jump in […]

    Tech Barometer – From The Forecast by Nutanix
    The Future of Electric Vehicles Plugs Into Cloud Computing

    Tech Barometer – From The Forecast by Nutanix

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    Electric vehicle (EV) adoption will take more than tax credits. Because of so-called “range anxiety” – motorists' worry that EVs will leave them stranded when their batteries run out – it also will require a marked increase in the number of EV charging stations. Specifically, cloud-enabled smart charging stations. In this story by The Forecast […]

    Forschergeist
    FG095 Federated Secure Computing

    Forschergeist

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 78:34


    Medizinische Erkenntnis durch Auswertung von Patientendaten aus verschiedenen Quellen – oder Schutz sensibler, persönlicher Informationen vor Weitergabe an Dritte: Das sind zwei berechtigte Anliegen, die meist nur schwer unter einen Hut zu bekommen sind. Der Weg, alle relevanten Daten in einen Topf zu werfen und auszuwerten, ist oft aus rechtlichen Gründen verbaut. Doch es gibt eine Alternative, die den Konflikt zwischen Kollaboration und Datenschutz auflösen kann. Das Federated Secure Computing genannte Verfahren setzt darauf, dass die Daten quasi ihren Heimathafen gar nicht verlassen. Wenn etwa mehrere Forschungseinrichtungen ihre jeweiligen Datenbestände analysieren, tun sie das für sich parallel auf dieselbe Methode und führen dann ihre Ergebnisse zusammen. Das ist kryptografisch abgesichert, so dass sich keine Rückschlüsse auf einzelne Originaldaten ziehen lassen. Und die Resultate sind im Endeffekt genauso gut wie bei einer gemeinsamen Datenbasis. Hendrik Ballhausen von der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München ist einer der Köpfe dieses innovativen Projekts, das vom Stifterverband im Rahmen der Initiative „Wirkung hoch 100“ gefördert wird. Die zugrunde liegenden mathematischen Verfahren gibt es schon seit den 1970er-Jahren. Neu ist der Open-Source-Ansatz, dieses verteilte Rechnen in schlanke, effiziente Anwendungen zu verpacken, um zum Beispiel Korrelationen in Daten zu erkennen. Dies nutzt nicht nur der medizinischen Forschung, sondern könnte etwa auch in der Wirtschaft zur Erstellung von Branchen-Benchmarks dienen – wenn Unternehmen, die miteinander im Wettbewerb stehen, ihre Daten einfließen lassen, ohne sie aus der Hand zu geben.

    Connected Social Media
    Conversations about End-of-Life Care are Key to Improving the Experience for Patients, Providers and Families

    Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


    In medicine death is seen as a failure, and we do everything we can to avoid failure. This supports the societal stigma associated with talking about death and dying, as we no longer see death as a part of life. But one of the unexpected outcomes of the pandemic is that it's made the conversation […]

    Hashtag Trending
    Hashtag Trending Weekend Edition, June 17, 2022 - Today we are talking to Greg Young from Trend Micro about how crypto miners can steal your computing resources.

    Hashtag Trending

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 16:54


    Many companies have moved their computing to the cloud and the big bills can be an unpleasant surprise – especially if a crypto miner has been sharing your resources without your knowledge.

    The CyberWire
    Interpol scores against BEC, online fraud, and money laundering. Developments in C2C markets. Versioning vulnerability. Cyber war and cyber escalation.

    The CyberWire

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:37


    Interpol coordinates international enforcement action against scammers. A new version of IceXLoader is observed. Exploiting versioning limits to render files inaccessible. Reflections on the first large-scale hybrid war. Kelly Shortridge from Fastly on why behavioral science and economics matters for InfoSec. Patrick Orzechowski from DeepWatch on Russian IoCs and critical infrastructure. And the possibility of cyber escalation in Russia's hybrid war against Ukraine. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/116 Selected reading. Hundreds arrested and millions seized in global INTERPOL operation against social engineering scams (Interpol) New IceXLoader 3.0 – Developers Warm Up to Nim (Fortinet Blog)  Proofpoint Discovers Potentially Dangerous Microsoft Office 365 Functionality that can Ransom Files Stored on SharePoint and OneDrive (Proofpoint)  Russia's cyber fog in the Ukraine war (GIS Reports) Russia Might Try Reckless Cyber Attacks as Ukraine War Drags On, US Warns (Defense One) Cyber Attacks in Times of Conflict (CyberPeace Institute) Vladimir Putin's Ukraine invasion is the world's first full-scale cyberwar (Atlantic Council) Why Russia has refrained from a major cyber-attack against the West (Cyber Security Hub) In modern war, we have as much to fear from cyber weapons as kinetics (Computing)

    Connected Social Media
    The Future of Electric Vehicles Plugs Into Cloud Computing

    Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


    Electric vehicle (EV) adoption will take more than tax credits. Because of so-called “range anxiety” – motorists' worry that EVs will leave them stranded when their batteries run out – it also will require a marked increase in the number of EV charging stations. Specifically, cloud-enabled smart charging stations. In this story by The Forecast […]

    Science Weekly
    How Google's chatbot works – and why it isn't sentient

    Science Weekly

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 11:40


    Last week an engineer at Google claimed that an AI chatbot he worked with, known as LaMDA, had become ‘sentient'. Blake Lemoine published a transcript of his conversations with LaMDA that included responses about having feelings and fearing death. But could it really be conscious? AI researcher and author Kate Crawford speaks to Ian Sample about how LaMDA actually works, and why we shouldn't worry about the inner life of software – for now.. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod

    Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
    Reaction to President Higgins's comments on the housing crisis

    Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 15:11


    We get a reaction to Presdient Michael D Higgins's comments on the housing crisis becoming a ‘disaster' with Ruari Quinn Former Labour Leader, Eoin O'Broin, Sinn Fein T.D. for Dublin Mid-West. Spokesperson on Housing, Local Govt & Heritage and also Mary Loftus, Lecturer in Computing at ATU, Sligo.

    Over The Edge
    Processing Data at Warp Speed with David Knight, President & CEO of Terbine

    Over The Edge

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 65:57


    This episode of Over the Edge features an interview between Matt Trifiro and David Knight, President & CEO of Terbine, a data exchange for the physical world that has built a highly scalable system enabling wider use of data to inform and radically reshape many industries and everyday life. David is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, filmmaker, and experienced startup executive with a history of innovation and market development. He has a background in core technologies, including multi-spectral sensing and communications, messaging, enterprise software and distributed systems. David has founded, co-founded and held leadership roles in tech companies with exits including two IPOs, two M&A buyouts, and two recession-triggered meltdowns. He now leads Terbine, a big data & AI startup.In this episode, David talks about his journey from working on ham radios to being a pioneer in the early days of digital entertainment. He also discusses his involvement in the beginning of online storage, helping to launch the private space race, and dedicating himself to dealing with, analyzing, and processing the overwhelming amount of data that comes out of everyday life. David explains how all of this led to founding Terbine, and how the company has partnered with the City of Las Vegas to help propel the world to prosper through insight, communication, and emerging technologies. ---------Key Quotes:“They really want to make Vegas a place where they work on smart city technology and next generation communications. And, they're really investing in it, but more importantly, they're inviting startups and large companies to work together. And, so if you're thinking of a city as a platform, which is not a normal way to look at a city, we are really trying to help the city itself become smart and also sustainable. You don't necessarily think of Las Vegas as a sustainable city, but if you think about it with things like the water shortage is coming up, it's a place that really needs to be sustainable.”“The most interesting applications, which absolutely are going to be dependent on very rapid edge processing with low latency communications, are going to be in things that move. And, it could be a human moving. It could be commercial things. The first applications that we're actually looking at, and we will be doing very soon are in the commercial world.”“What we're trying to do is say, look, we've already said, we're going to take the pulse of the earth, so now we're going to wire the physical environment into the digital twin and then collectively you can now navigate around it.”“The more we can help the cities learn about the past, the present, and then extrapolate into the future, the better. So, it's not just the hedge funds that are going to make future bets. It'll be the cities themselves.”---------Show Timestamps:(02:45) Getting into technology(03:30) Arc to current role(05:55) Working with new computing technology (02:43) Early days of email / Start of Click to Send(08:30) XPrize Competition development and execution(19:17) What is Terbine?(21:10) Breaking apart the problem space(22:10) Looking at issues in 3D(25:15) Breaking down data silos(26:10) Dealing with fear and greed(27:06) Motto - ‘Take the pulse of the earth'(29:30) There are sensors everywhere(32:30) Mobile Edge Computing(36:28) Processing data and storage(41:48) Compression algorithms(43:15) Sharing data(44:40) Solving business and technology problems(45:30) Tech Startups in Las Vegas(49:30) Las Vegas Smart City Showcase(52:00) Terbine and Las Vegas partnership(53:30) Las Vegas as a privately funded smart city(54:30) How Las Vegas conducts business(56:30) Vegas loop(57:30) Brightline rail from Las Vegas to California(58:52) Uses for Terbine platform(01:03:30) Using Drones(01:05:30) Digital Twin implementation and uses--------Sponsor:Over the Edge is brought to you by Dell Technologies to unlock the potential of your infrastructure with edge solutions. From hardware and software to data and operations, across your entire multi-cloud environment, we're here to help you simplify your edge so you can generate more value. Learn more by visiting DellTechnologies.com/SimplifyYourEdge for more information or click on the link in the show notes.--------Links:Follow Matt on TwitterConnect with David on LinkedInConnect with David on Twitterwww.CaspianStudios.com

    Future U Podcast
    Visiting Atlanta: Georgia Tech and Emory Presidents on Student Wellness, Urban Campuses, and Research

    Future U Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 58:38


    On the campus of Georgia Tech, Future U. host Michael Horn and guest host Aimée Eubanks Davis talk with Georgia Tech's President Ángel Cabrera, Emory University's President Greg Fenves, and members of both communities on strengthening student wellbeing, the role of an urban campus, and the impact of research universities. President Ángel Cabrera, Georgia TechPresident Gregory L. Fenves, Emory UniversityDean Charles Isbell, College of Computing, Georgia TechJoyelle Harris, Faculty Director, Georgia TechEric Weeks, Director, Emory's Center for Faculty Development and ExcellenceRazan Fasheh-Roberts, Senior Director, Salesforce  

    Learning Tech Talks
    Adaptive Impact with Area9 Lyceum

    Learning Tech Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 60:16


    “Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backward” – Aldous Huxley I've often wondered about the rate of change with regards to learning technology and solutions. Somewhat analogous to Moore's Law of Computing, ideally humans should have some formula that demonstrates how technology increases our ability to learn better and faster. With the advent of AI and data processing, the ability to consistently track learning programs should provide us with this information, and it is our duty as learning leaders to leverage that information for continual progress. In this Learning Tech Talks, I'm catching up with my friend Judy Albers from Area9 Lyceum to talk about an academic approach to learning that is grounded in years of research enabling organizations to create a high-impact transformative learning experience that allows learners to achieve their full potential through a truly personalized experience. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/learningtechtalks/support

    Lucy Wow
    S1E170 - Kapow's Power of Invention: Grace Hopper

    Lucy Wow

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 8:45


    Grace Hopper was an inventor, a mathematician, a teacher, a Navy woman, and an all-around amazing person! She helped design a ton of cool stuff for computers that got us to where we are today! Tune in to find out all about this incredible inventor!

    Innovating with Scott Amyx
    Quantum Ecosystem Panel with Aliro Quantum at Astor Perkins April 2022

    Innovating with Scott Amyx

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 27:15


    Jim Ricotta, CEO & Chairman of Aliro Quantum Technologies and Dr. Prineha Narang, Assistant Professor of Computational Materials Science at the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University and CTO of Aliro Quantum Technologies.

    UPGRADE AMERICA PODCAST
    Bitcoin Smart Contracts & NFTs | Evolution of BTC

    UPGRADE AMERICA PODCAST

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 53:14


    #Bitcoin #BTC #Etherum #smartcontract #NFT You can't peruse social media without encountering banter from Bitcoiners bashing cryptocurrencies. Rightfully so, the majority of these altcoins are utter garbage. While Ethereum (ETH)is known for its multi-million-dollar monkey pictures #boredapes, it also has practical utility with smart contracts and blockchain data storage. Bitcoin can't store any information outside the scope of a transaction. Although users have the ability to add text, Bitcoin miners are not obligated to retain this data when generating new Bitcoin blocks. While Bitcoin is the most powerful decentralized supercomputer in the world, it's only being used to send/receive and log transactions. To put it into perspective, the most powerful supercomputer(excluding Bitcoin) reaches a mere 143 petaflops. Collectively, the Bitcoin network processes over 80,704,290 Petaflops on millions of nodes around the world. This glorious power is grossly under-leveraged. Say what you wish about Ethereum and Cardano, they can store the entire US Library of Congress, in which I own the copyrighted hit record, “Belief in Bitcoin”, on the blockchain perpetuity. Bitcoin needs the ability to store data. One, it's embarrassing to mint Bitcoin NFTs on an Ethereum blockchain. Moreover, in the long haul to 2140, the ability to store data on a blockchain will become not only best practice but mission-critical for nations, corporations, and any organization storing valuable data. Bitcoin needs to accept this charge and shoulder the world's most pertinent information. Centralized points of failure are the biggest threat to organizations dependent upon essential data. As the world flirts with yet a third global conflict, having disaster sites recovery on several hemispheres isn't sufficient. We must leverage this powerful decentralized network and implement a means of data storage. Proposal: Allow long text to be stored with BTC transactions in the form of a hash. Hash Char count TBD. The hash can be used to reference text or code stored elsewhere IE: on a sister blockchain. BTC Miners need to agree to store a number of characters in hexadecimal. Once consensus is reached, users can store text on the Bitcoin blockchain in the form of hexadecimal. As all data is code and all code is text, this will allow for smart contracts and NFTs. We may need a parallel blockchain to store the actual long text that was converted into hexadecimal. Miners should be provided an incentive to store the raw data. This will add value and utility to the Bitcoin blockchain and allow for smart contracts, NFTs, and supercomputing. The drawbacks are that it may slow down transaction speeds and significantly increase the size of the blockchain. Still, it seems the strengths outweigh the weaknesses, and enhancing the Bitcoin blockchain is inevitable. Technology knows no bounds and will continue to evolve. How will Bitcoin behave in 2140? Let's use this tech to UPGRADE AMERICA! Definitions pe·ta·flop /ˈpedəˌfläp/ Learn to pronounce noun: COMPUTING plural noun: petaflops 1. a unit of computing speed equal to one thousand million million (1015) floating-point operations per second. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chris235/message

    Permanently Moved
    2223 - Computing Books

    Permanently Moved

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 5:02


    I realised I knew very little about the history of computing. Here's two books I read recently correcting my ignorance. Full Show Notes: https://www.thejaymo.net/2022/06/12/301-2223-computing-books/ Watch 301 on youtube Support the Show! My Blog Permanently moved is a personal podcast 301 seconds in length, written and recorded by @thejaymo

    Bellingham Podcast
    Ep. 212 | Retro Computing

    Bellingham Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 33:20


    Housekeeping Gregarious grandiose gob of diggityAnalog Explorer Podcast updates : The Personal Technologist BlogNew podcast workflow that we are dialing in : be sure to subscribe to bellinghampodcast.substack.com. Disclaimers Old software/emulation/ ROMs“Abandonware” VirtualBox lovers…might not like Apple M1Retro GamingOpenEMURetroPieInternet Archive Battle Chess (enhanced) “Internet Arcade”Sonic the Hedgehog 2 “Console Livingroom”Retro AppsMacintosh Repository Retro OSUTM : Universal Turing Machine (available for Mac only I believe) DosBox (updated 2021?)Internet Archive hosted Windows 95SheepShaver (no longer supported by original creator) Emaculation PCJs- Win 95 in the browserWin 95 (2018 updated) on this GitHub project by felixriesebergRetro MediaGame Show ArchiveClassic TV show ArchiveAudio ArchiveBellinghamChris in the Archive?RetroTubeSeattle Mariners in the 80sSeattle Seahawks in 1985Bellingham in the ‘30s through ‘60sLOCALElizabeth Park Concert Series - June 23 through August 25 “If community gatherings are not permissible, we hope to have our shows streamed virtually on Facebook and YouTube.” This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit bellinghampodcast.substack.com

    Unraveling Crypto
    02. The Next Wave of Computing and Tech with Gina Abrams

    Unraveling Crypto

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 46:32


    Gina Abrams was a recruiter for tech startups until one day she came across a project that was so exciting she knew she had to pitch herself for the job. Fast forward to now, and Gina has spent many years as an integral part of the web3 community and now serves as Chief of Staff at Trust Machines where the focus is on building the largest ecosystem of Bitcoin applications. *  She sat down with me to talk about what it's like to be a woman working on the forefront of the next wave of computing, why decentralization is a total paradigm shift that's opening doors for many kinds of businesses, what excites her the most about Stacks, and where she sees the  web3 space headed from here. * "Just because you can do all these cool things that can redistribute money in different sorts of ways, doesn't make money the most interesting thing about Web3… This is literally the next wave of computing we're talking about. It's not just a flash in the pan. We should take it seriously." - Gina Abrams * "I think there's something for everyone in Web3. There's all sorts of projects being worked on, and all sorts of builders that are creating, and a lot of them like to do it in public; there's a ton of accessibility compared to other industries… there's nothing stopping you." - Gina Abrams - What We Unraveled  * Gina's background in the Stacks ecosystem, and how she found her way from recruiting for startups to chief of staff at Trust Machines (and why she believes the tech and crypto space needs a broad range of skill sets to really work) * Why Gina pins her superpower as understanding what it takes to collaborate successfully * What drew Gina to Web3 and why, as a recruiter, she pitched herself for a role in the space * What decentralization is and why Gina sees it as a paradigm shift for business that opens new doors, and facilitates more imagination and creation * The difference between Bitcoin and Stacks * What excites Gina the most about Stacks and the way it's been able to solve problems in interesting and creative ways * Why the Stacks community is so beautiful compared to communities outside of the web3 space, and why this is significant * The power of being principled and clear on what you want to do in the shifting landscape of crypto * What Gina believes are the key foundations of getting started in crypto, and the importance getting a grasp on how the space has evolved and getting first hand experience on what's actually working * Where Gina sees gaps in the world of Web3, and which directions she feels will have the most growth * Gina's experience being one of the first women in the Web3 and Stacks spaces, and what she'd offer women wanting to learn more - Meet Our Guest Gina is Chief of Staff at Trust Machines where the focus is on building the largest ecosystem of Bitcoin applications. She has been in the crypto ecosystem for five years and helped build the Hiro team, has been a campaign manager for growth initiatives and special projects, and holds a weekly Stacker Chat series with Stacks Founder, Muneeb Ali. Connect with Gina on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gina__Abrams (twitter.com/Gina__Abrams)  - Unravel Further Trust Machines: https://www.trustmachines.co/ (trustmachines.co) Bitcoin white paper: https://bitcoin.org/en/bitcoin-paper (bitcoin.org) https://podcasts.apple.com/kw/podcast/stacker-chats/id1598954744 (Stacker Chats Podcast) Ethereum Meltem Demirors: https://twitter.com/melt_dem (twitter.com/melt_dem) Brittany Laughlin: https://twitter.com/br_ttany (twitter.com/br_ttany) Katherine Wu: https://twitter.com/katherineykwu (twitter.com/katherineykwu) Rena Shah: https://twitter.com/renapshah (twitter.com/renapshah) Zest Protocol: https://twitter.com/zestprotocol (twitter.com/zestprotocol) Console.xyz: https://twitter.com/consoledao (twitter.com/consoledao) Pond by Claire-Louise Bennett Broad Band by Claire L. Evans - Connect with Vane Twitter:...

    Over The Edge
    Real-time Data Intelligence with Stephanie Atkinson CEO, Founder, and Principal Analyst/Consultant, Compass Intelligence

    Over The Edge

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 48:18


    This episode of Over the Edge features an interview between Matt Trifiro and Stephanie Atkinson, CEO, Founder, and Principal Analyst/Consultant at Compass Intelligence.For more than 25 years, Stephanie has provided strategic insights, key trends, market intelligence, industry modeling/forecasting, and advisory services to technology companies, enterprise executives, and government leaders across the globe. She is the founder and CEO of Compass Intelligence, a leading tech advisory and market research firm based in Texas, and recently founded vMarque.com, serving SMBs with branding, web design, and marketing. Her knowledge base and expertise are centered around telecom, IT, mobile, IoT, emerging technology, and various high-tech topics. In this episode, Stephanie talks about the hype behind the variances of edge computing, including the results from her Business Edge Report that give insights on the thought processes of business users and technology decision makers, and where money is being spent and how it is being used in the world of technology. She also talks about the future of the Internet of Things, the importance and applications of automation, and provides advice for women working in technology. ---------Key Quotes:“The one thing that I like to just hammer to my customers is I think that we over-hype technology each and every day and we need to be simplifying it. So the biggest takeaway is that we need to simplify not only how we're communicating with the customers, but we need to do our homework to better understand their ecosystem and the vendors that they're working with. That's not just technology vendors, but their entire ecosystem. Because, if we don't understand their industry and what's going on with their day to day work, then that technology is something that over-complicates some of the things that they're working on. They don't want to hear about some gizmo or IoT. They want you to help solve problems.”“We as an industry have to get away from the technology jargon and really start getting closer to our customers, applying it to their use cases, and speaking in their language. We continue to have a massive gap there. That's a big area that we help our customers with today.”“We are looking at patterns. We're applying machine learning and artificial intelligence. And, we're working to bring together the human and the digital world, as we continue to automate businesses and operations. This is the evolution that we're in right now.”---------Show Timestamps:(02:10) Stephanie's Background(04:03) Branching out into other Technologies(07:13) Benefits of IoT and Machine to Machine Communication(13:10) Compass' Client Base and Needs(14:10) Biggest Trends Not Obvious to Others  (16:36) The Metaverse isn't a Brand New Took(17:25) Getting Closer to Understanding, Supporting, and Communicating with the Customer(18:55) The Business Edge Report Results and Findings(23:49) Getting Smart with Value Added Reseller Relationships(26:30) Efforts in Edge Computing(28:52) Examples of Real-time Data Intelligence (31:26) The Importance of Security on the Edge(35:50) Hybrid Approach to Edge and Cloud Computing(37:55) Simplicity of Implementing Plug and Play Solutions(38:60) Seamless Exchange of IoT Data On a Global Scale(43:40) Having a Strategic Perspective and Plan (45:36) Advice for Women in Technology --------Sponsor:Over the Edge is brought to you by Dell Technologies to unlock the potential of your infrastructure with edge solutions. From hardware and software to data and operations, across your entire multi-cloud environment, we're here to help you simplify your edge so you can generate more value. Learn more by visiting DellTechnologies.com/SimplifyYourEdge for more information or click on the link in the show notes.--------Links:Follow Matt on TwitterConnect with Stephanie on LinkedInConnect with Stephanie on Twitterwww.Businessedgereport.comwww.CaspianStudios.com

    Stream of Consciousness
    Ep. 109 - Tempered techno-optimism | Odin Moja

    Stream of Consciousness

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 59:52


    I have a chat with Odin Moja (WotanZA), resident computer scientist of South African Twitter who did his Master's Thesis on the topic of Artificial Intelligence, Co-founder of The NoScript Show tech podcast, father of the Wotanism, proud Tswana, and whiskey appreciator. We discuss reasons to be optimistic, yet realistic, about technological development, techno-sceptics and techno-utopians, the future of computing, artificial intelligence, and more.

    Intel – Connected Social Media
    SYCL – Empowering Developers in Academia and Enterprise

    Intel – Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022


    Ever since its introduction in 2014, SYCL has grown in popularity and adoption. It is a royalty-free, cross-platform abstraction layer that enables code for heterogeneous processors, written in a “single-source” style using C++ standards. The flexibility to deploy across multiple platforms, reuse code helps enable advanced hardware features that can be used by developers. This […]

    Connected Social Media
    Breaking Barriers Deploying AI at the Edge – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 275

    Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022


    Daniel Chang, CEO of ENERZAi, joins host Jake Smith to discuss ENERZAi's vision of delivering the best AI experience on everything for everyone, and how they are doing this by overcoming the constraints that edge devices have through AI models. He highlights how ENERZAi's Automated Model Compression Optimization Toolkit enables AI models to maintain high […]

    Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott
    Phil Spencer: CEO, Microsoft Gaming

    Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 65:26


    Producing a blockbuster video game like Halo can be even more complex, creative, - and costly - than making a major motion picture. Kevin talks with Phil Spencer, a 34-year veteran of Microsoft, about video games as an art form, and how critical feedback is to game design. Phil shares some of his favorite games, describes the first program he ever wrote and even divulges his gamer tag! Kevin Scott  Behind the Tech with Kevin Scott  Discover and listen to other Microsoft podcasts.