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East Meets West Hunt
Ep. 218: History Kills Big Bucks with Drew Carroll and Lee Ellis // Seek One

East Meets West Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 107:46


On this episode of the East Meets West Hunt podcast, Beau Martonik is joined by Drew Carroll and Lee Ellis of the popular YouTube channel, Seek One. These guys are big buck killers everywhere they go and are obsessive when it comes to whitetails. We met at the Spartan Forge Veteran's Hunt and had a good conversation surrounding our roles in the new app, how history with specific deer is key, getting permission to hunt properties, mature buck tendencies, censorship in hunting media, and many laughs in between.   Topics: The Rutstache Spartan Forge App and Team History Kills Big Bucks Getting permission to hunt properties Mature buck tendencies are similar in all areas The birth of Seek One and getting into suburban hunting Censorship and demonetizing hunting content Would you rather?   Resources: Instagram:   @eastmeetswesthunt @beau.martonik @seek1productions   Facebook:    East Meets West Outdoors   https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/   YouTube: Beau Martonik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJon93sYfu9HUMKpCMps3w SEEK ONE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyBxMQwjk60yeQYcqo9KD9A   Shop new apparel!  https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/shop   Amazon Influencer Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/beau.martonik   Partners: Spartan Forge Forged in combat and tailored for hunters, Spartan Forge stands at the nexus of Machine Learning and White-tailed Deer hunting to deliver truly intuitive and science-based products that save the hunter time spent scouting, planning, and executing their hunts. Check out the Spartan Forge app for deer movement predictions based on millions of data points for your area, as well as incredible GPS mapping! Save 20% with coupon code eastmeetswest at spartanforge.ai www.spartanforge.ai GoWild GoWild is a free social community built by hunters, for hunters. Use the code EASTMEETSWEST to save 10% off of all hunting gear on the website. https://timetogowild.com/share/eastmeetswest Heather's Choice Healthy, great-tasting, dehydrated meals for the backcountry. Use code eastmeetswest to get free shipping on ALL orders.  http://lddy.no/7og2 Maven Optics Top quality binoculars, spotting scopes and rifle scopes for your hunts from east to west. Use the code eastmeetswest-gift to get a free gift with your next order! https://mavenbuilt.com/ MTN OPS MTN OPS is the leader in providing science based supplements to help you train inside and conquer more outside. Use the code BEAUFREESHIP for free shipping on all orders.  https://glnk.io/mw0/beaumartonik TETHRD The Tethrd Team has created the ultimate tree saddle hunting setup. The Phantom Saddle and Predator Platform system is truly the culmination of ideas & input from thousands of dedicated tree saddle hunting fanatics around the world.  https://tethrdnation.com/

Sounding History
Soundtracks of Imperial Power in Europe and Africa

Sounding History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 39:06


Comparing cultural expressions is a risky enterprise:  especially, in our case, because too many  still perceive Western “classical” art music to be somehow superior to other  musics because of its alleged and “universal” values. But we think the challenge can be worthwhile, especially at a deeper level, because it can help us  tease out complementary ways rulers use sound to literally underscore their political power. In today's episode we investigate music and power in the Black Atlantic, where European and African musics collided in history.Our first example is that of the Italo-French composer Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687), who often features as the father of French opera. We focus on his role as composer of lavish multimedia productions known more formally as tragédies en musique, tragedies set to music and celebrating his patron Louis XIV. These fusions of music, drama, and dance were pure political spectacle, and in Louis's younger years even involved the king himself as a dancer. The king was dancing because the purpose of a tragédie en musique was to place the king's body (which itself represented France, to contemporary ways of thinking) at the center of a complex piece of theatre. The point was not so much to entertain the audience, which often consisted of France's political elite, but to remind them of the king's absolute power. Lully made a career of creating works like these. Tom unpacks Lully's work, his dismissal by Louis after a sexual scandal (with a digression to the composer's subsequent death of gangrene as the result of a self-inflicted wound sustained while directing music) and turns, finally, to Louis's global political ambitions. Had those ambitions  been fully realized, the cultural world of the Black Atlantic (and thus our music history) would have been much more French.Chris's postcard takes us to the soundworlds of the great empires of sub-Saharan West Africa in the pre-colonial era. He starts with the Empire of Mali, whose first emperor, Sundiata Keita (ruling  in the thirteenth century CE) is memorialized in magnificent musical-epic poetry that has been passed down by oral and aural tradition. The bearers of this memory are called jeliat in the languages of West Africa (in French: griot). Chris explains how rulers of empires such as Mali depended on the jeliat, whose memorized epics were key sources of historical, genealogical, and legal knowledge, to tell their stories and legitimize their power.We then attempt one of those challenging cross-cultural comparisons. Did Lully serve as a kind of praise-singerto Louis XIV? On the face of it certainly. Yet  historical comparisons are never simple or neutral. Just look at where we would be likely to encounter Lully's music today: in “classical” opera houses or in other formats popular with elites in the “global north,” who are often culturally conditioned to value “timeless classics,” not political messages. In contrast the musical aesthetics and outputs  of the oral-aural epics of West Africa, which are still performed by musicians who claim direct lineage to their predecessors at the court of Sundiata, are more likely to pop up on playlists of “traditional” or “world” music. Both are “old” music, so why is one “classical” and the other “traditional”?The answer is the Western colonization of Africa, the flows of labor, energy, and data that made it possible, and--in turn--the influence of the jelat tradition on the vernacular musics of the Black Atlantic, which underpin nearly so many pop music genres today, from the Delta Blues to hip-hop. Music, it seems to us, is never unmoored from political and economic realities.Key PointsIn different ways around the world, political power and music mix.The prestigious genre of French “tragedy in music” formed in the late seventeenth century in lavish spectacles that told stories about the political power of Louis XIV, the “Sun King”The great poetic epics of the West African Empires, such as the Sundiata Epic from the court of the Empire of Mali, functioned similarly.Lully's operas live on, often stripped of their political meaning, in Western “classical” music. The West African epics live on too, as African “traditional music.” Some of their ethos informs the popular genres today that stem from the collision of European and African cultures in the era of the Black Atlantic, with its trade in goods and enslaved people.ResourcesWe are fans of Gérard Corbiau's 2000 film costume drama Le roi danse (even if it's somewhat over the top!). Excerpts are available widely on YouTube and other platforms. The soundtrack is available on CD or download from Deutsche Grammophon, and the streaming services Apple Music and Spotify.Timothy Blanning's book The Culture of Power and the Power of Culture: Old Regime Europe 1660-1789 is an excellent introduction to the use of cultural spectacle to underpin political power.Eric Charry's Mande Music: Traditional and Modern Music of the Maninka and Mandinka of Western Africa is a masterful situation of “traditional” music as part of contemporary West Africa aesthetics and politics.Christopher Waterman's Juju: A Social History and Ethnography of an African Popular Music places the proverb-rich Yoruba contemporary vocal/instrumental music juju in contemporary West African context.All of the books mentioned in the episode can be found in our Sounding History Goodreads discussion group. Join the conversation!

ISACA Podcast
How Innovative Enterprises Win With Secure Machine Learning

ISACA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 21:18


Enterprises use machine learning to validate who they are doing business with and to find new opportunities. ISACA's IT Professional Practices Lead Kevin Keh discusses secure machine learning with Protegrity's Chief Security Strategist Ulf Mattsson. Ulf explains Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), synthetic data, and encryption keys. All these technologies can be sometimes misunderstood, but they are changing the digital landscape, so listen in now!   Link: https://www.isaca.org/resources/isaca-journal/issues/2021/volume-6/how-innovative-enterprises-win-with-secure-machine-learning

Practical AI
AI-generated code with OpenAI Codex

Practical AI

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 46:37


Recently, GitHub released Copilot, which is an amazing AI pair programmer powered by OpenAI's Codex model. In this episode, Natalie Pistunovich tells us all about Codex and helps us understand where it fits in our development workflow. We also discuss MLOps and how AI is influencing software engineering more generally.

Changelog Master Feed
AI-generated code with OpenAI Codex (Practical AI #159)

Changelog Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 46:37


Recently, GitHub released Copilot, which is an amazing AI pair programmer powered by OpenAI's Codex model. In this episode, Natalie Pistunovich tells us all about Codex and helps us understand where it fits in our development workflow. We also discuss MLOps and how AI is influencing software engineering more generally.

Helping Sells Radio
316 Jeff Coyle AI and machine learning are coming to content marketing and your customers will thank you for it

Helping Sells Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 55:13


Jeff Coyle is the co-founder and chief strategy officer at MarketMuse, which helps marketing teams improve the effectiveness of their content. As Jeff says, "We do the the why for content." This is the right question to answer before entering into any content publishing initiative, and the answer cannot be, "Because my boss told me to write these 10 blog posts." The 'why' matters. In fact, the earlier in the process you are informed by data, the more efficient your content is going to be. After all, as Jeff says, "The plague is spending time writing content that doesn't perform."I am beginning the believe that artificial intelligence and machine learning is getting to the point at which it can help us mere mortals make better decisions. More about Jeff:His company, MarketMuse: http://www.marketmuse.comOn Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffcoyle/The blog post we talked about: https://blog.marketmuse.com/seo-content-strategy-how-to-bring-humans-and-search-bots-together/More about ServiceRocket:Visit ServiceRocket.com: https://www.servicerocket.com/On Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/servicerocket/On Twitter: https://twitter.com/servicerocketOn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ServiceRocket/On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/servicerocket/ Subscribe at helpingsells.substack.com

Search Engine Nerds
FLAN: Google Research Develops Better Machine Learning via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Search Engine Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


New Google machine learning model is better state of the art for solving natural language processing tasksThe post FLAN: Google Research Develops Better Machine Learning appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

How to Fix the Internet
Who Controls Online Speech?

How to Fix the Internet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 35:38


The bots that try to moderate speech online are doing a terrible job, and the humans in charge of the biggest tech companies aren't doing any better. The internet's promise was as a space where everyone could have their say. But today, just a few platforms get to decide what billions of people see and say online. What's a better way forward? How can we get back to a world where communities and people decide what's best for content moderation, rather than tech billionaires or government dictates?  Join Daphne Keller, from Stanford's Centre for the Internet and Society, in conversation with  EFF's Cindy Cohn and Danny O'Brien about a better way to moderate speech online. In this episode you'll learn about: — Why giant platforms do a poor job of moderating content—What competitive compatibility (ComCom) is, and how it's a vital part of the solution to our content moderation puzzle— Why machine learning algorithms won't be able to figure out who or what a “terrorist” is, and who it's likely to catch instead— What is the debate over “amplification” of speech, and is it any different than our debate over speech itself? —Why international voices need to be included in discussion about content moderation—and the problems that occur when they're not—How we could shift towards “bottom-up” content moderation rather than a concentration of power  

Data Science at Home
What is a data mesh and why it is relevant (Ep. 178)

Data Science at Home

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 16:05


Sponsors This episode is brought to you by Amethix Technologies Amethix use advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to build data platforms and predictive engines in domain like finance, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, logistics, energy. Amethix provide solutions to collect and secure data with higher transparency and disintermediation, and build the statistical models that will support your business.   Join us on Discord Feel free to drop by and have a chat with the host and the followers of the show    

The Startup Junkies Podcast
271: The Cornerstone of the Internet, SEO, featuring Kris Reid of Ardor SEO

The Startup Junkies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 29:40


Summary Our hosts, Jeff Amerine and Matthew Ward, speak with Kris Reid of Ardor SEO on this week's episode. This podcast recording is a never-before-seen interview from earlier this year, and you will NOT want to miss it.  Kris Reid speaks to us on search engine optimization and how it is a foundational piece of having a successful website. Without users finding your website, how do you actually make a profit? Kris Reid and Ardo SEO have the solution to this problem, so tune in now!   Shownotes (0:50) Introducing Kris Reid (2:03) From Software Engineering to SEO (4:02) Is SEO Growth Hacking? (5:14) Common Mistakes with Clients (9:04) Ideal Customer (14:40) AI, Machine Learning, and SEO (18:53) Ardor SEO and VC (21:25) Profit First Mentality (24:29) The Why for Kris  (26:05) Future Casting with Kris (27:59) Wrap Up     Links Caleb Talley Jeff Amerine Davis McEntire  Kris Reid Ardor SEO Ardor Media Factory Quotes "Most people think that they need a website, but you don't, if you're not going to rank it, what's the point? --- It's words that sell. And those words need to get in front of people's faces. If you spend 30 grand on a website and no one sees it, what's the point?" (4:13) - Kris Reid   "What we're trying to do is build up our clients' authorities to get them trusted by Google, so that Google will reward them with lots of traffic and customers." (5:05) - Kris Reid   "That's what Google's looking for, to build up your trust... If it's some tiny little new site, that's not worth anything. If it's a big, strong authority site like the FBI or a university, that's a big, strong credible backlink… that's the secret of Google."  (8:24) - Kris Reid   startupjunkie.org wlj.com

Go Live
#S3E7: Making Machine Learning Models Clinically Useful with Dr. Karandeep Singh

Go Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 56:08


In this episode, podcast co-hosts Mackenzie Hofford (2nd year CI fellow, Washington University in St. Louis), Ed Kalpas (2nd year CI fellow, HonorHealth), and Jayson Marwaha (informatics postdoc, Harvard Medical School) chat with Dr. Karandeep Singh about responsible development, implementation, and evaluation of machine learning models in the context of his recent work examining the Epic Sepsis Model. Dr. Singh is an Assistant Professor of Learning Health Sciences, Internal Medicine, Urology, and Information at the University of Michigan, and is a widely-recognized leader in bringing machine learning models to the bedside. Links to Dr. Singh's recent work: - JAMA Internal Medicine paper on the Epic Sepsis Model: https://bit.ly/3pgP6Yd - R/Medicine Conference Keynote Speech (Aug 2021): https://youtu.be/l71wLKUr26E

Layout
218: Human Machine Learning

Layout

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 75:29


This week we nerd out about our new website. While things look mostly the same, we rewrote all of the code and are now using a CMS to make posting episodes easier.Follow Up Austin Guevara spotted a few visual differences in our websiteShow Notes Our websiteNext.jsDatoCMSRecommendations Elgato Wave Mic Arm LPSuccessionNo Time To DieShang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Hosts Kevin Clark (@vernalkick) Rafael Conde (@rafahari)

The InfoQ Podcast
Meenakshi Kaushik and Neelima Mukiri on Responsible AI and Machine Learning Algorithm Fairness

The InfoQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 32:29


In the podcast, I spoke with Meenakshi Kaushik and Neelima Mukiri from Cisco team on responsible AI and machine learning bias and how to address the biases when using ML in our applications. Meenakshi Kaushik currently works in the product management team at Cisco. She leads Kubernetes and AI/ML product offerings in the organization. Meenakshi has interest in AI/ML space and is excited about how the technology can enhance human wellbeing and productivity. Neelima Mukiri is a principal engineer at Cisco. She is currently working in Cisco's on-premise and software service container platforms. Read a transcript of this interview: https://bit.ly/2ZiRswO Subscribe to our newsletters: - The InfoQ weekly newsletter: www.infoq.com/news/InfoQ-Newsletter/ - The Software Architects' Newsletter [monthly]: www.infoq.com/software-architects-newsletter/ Upcoming Virtual Events - events.infoq.com/ QCon London: https://qconlondon.com/ - April 4-6, 2022 / London, UK QCon Plus: https://plus.qconferences.com/ - May 10-20.2022 InfoQ Live: https://live.infoq.com/ - Feb 22, 2022 - June 21, 2022 - July 19, 2022 - August 23, 2022 Follow InfoQ: - Twitter: twitter.com/infoq - LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/infoq/ - Facebook: www.facebook.com/InfoQdotcom/ - Instagram: @infoqdotcom - Youtube: www.youtube.com/infoq

The Artists of Data Science
NLP and Philosophy | Kourosh Alizadah

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 61:43


Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/3GG9snF8p7o Find Kourosh Alizadah online: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcalizadeh/ https://philosophydata.com/ Memorable Quotes from the Episode: [00:20:22] "...one word that's very commonly used in philosophy is the word substance and in everyday language. It just means like stuff. But in philosophy, it means like the substrate upon which all the properties change, right? So like what is the substance of a stone that stays the same even when it changes color or breaks or something like that." Highlights of the Show: [00:01:16] Guest Introduction. [00:03:34] Where you grew up and what it was like there? [00:04:41] How did you figure out who you want to be? - What did you think your feature is going to look like? [00:06:13] Do we still have philosophers who study "philosophy and ideas"? [00:07:59] The philosophy of Data science is if we had to kind of pin that, would there be a philosophy to Data science or of Data science? [00:09:22] What is Data? How is it different from information or data and information? Are they the same thing? [00:10:29] The concept of "philosophy data project". [00:11:41] Transition from a capstone project to flat iron Data science boot camp. [00:18:39] Did you actually read a lot of books? * [00:55:10] Random Rround [00:55:12] When do you think the first video to hit $1 trillion views on YouTube will happen and what will it be about? [00:56:07] What do most people think within the first few seconds of meeting you for the first time? [00:56:24] What are you currently reading right now? [00:57:18] What song do you currently have on repeat? [00:58:29] Pet, peeves. [00:58:37] Who are some of your heroes? [00:59:30] When people come to you for help, what do they usually want help with? [01:00:01] If you lost all of your possessions, but one, what would you want it to be? [01:00:14] What fictional place would you most like to go to? Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartistsofdatascience/ Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArtistsOfData

Science & Technology - Voice of America
Machine Learning Helps NASA Confirm 301 New Exoplanets - November 24, 2021

Science & Technology - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 7:12


Sigma Nutrition Radio
#414: Will Machine Learning Overtake Traditional Nutrition Research Methods?

Sigma Nutrition Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 103:33


In this episode, the Sigma team discuss the claim that machine learning and data science may overtake traditional research methods in nutrition.  They discuss how machine learning could solve some current limitations of traditional methods, studies on its use so far, potential applications in future trials, and potential limitations or problems with the increased use of data science (including ethical and societal concerns). They also ponder on how tech is currently being used (and abused) in relation to personalised nutrition, tech products, continuous glucose monitoring use, among other things.

Peggy Smedley Show
5G and Your Business

Peggy Smedley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 14:49


Peggy talks about how 5G is set to change the course of business, as it is estimated 5G-enabled innovations are expected to contribute $1.5 trillion by the end of this decade. She explains that there are big opportunities to be had here, but that businesses need to understand how 5G is going to shape enterprises in the months ahead. She also discusses: Six opportunities to advance your 5G strategy. What needs to happen next Several big questions to consider as you move forward. peggysmedleyshow.com  (11/23/21 - 747) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast

Peggy Smedley Show
A Sustainability Journey

Peggy Smedley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 32:31


Ron Gonen, founder and CEO, Closed Loop Partners, shares his sustainability journey with Peggy and how he got involved in the circular economy. He describes his introduction to sustainability as one where in hardship oftentimes you find great opportunities. They also discuss: The greatest scam in America that many believe being sustainable and being green is a nice aspiration, but it costs money, when actually the exact opposite is true. Who is the beneficiary of a circular economy. The importance of local manufacturing in the United States. closedlooppartners.com  (11/23/21 - 747) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast, Ron Gonen, Closed Loop Partners

Peggy Smedley Show
The Digital Supply Chain

Peggy Smedley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 16:19


Peggy and Hernan Saenz, global head, performance improvement practice, Bain, talk about digital supply chain and supply-chain traceability and why it is important to the future of business. He looks back and talks about how we perfected linear supply chains, but at the same time we created very brittle and brown supply chains. They also discuss: If we cannot see our supply chains, we cannot manage them. Three massive movements in the market today. The key ingredients to traceability. bain.com (11/23/21 - 747) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast, Hernan Saenz, Bain

East Meets West Hunt
Ep. 217: Bowhunting Mountain Bucks in Southern West Virginia on the Ground - Trip Recap with Josh Ilderton // The Untamed

East Meets West Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 110:00


On this episode of the East Meets West Hunt podcast, Beau Martonik is joined by Josh Ilderton of The Untamed at the end of our southern West Virginia bowhunt during the rut. Josh is an incredible spot and stalk, ground hunter who consistently gets it done in the mountains, and helped me tremendously. We discuss the bowhunting only counties in WV, spot and stalking in reclaimed coal mines, glassing strategies, a close call on a giant 9 point, lessons learned about always having your bow with you, and wrap it up with the encounter that we were waiting for all week.   Topics: Josh's background Bowhunting only counties in West Virginia Spot and stalk hunting in reclaimed coal mines Glassing strategies Close call on a giant 9 point on the ground Always take your bow with you to your glassing knob Shots fired on a big 8   Resources: Instagram:   @eastmeetswesthunt @beau.martonik @joshilderton @theuntamed   Facebook:    East Meets West Outdoors   https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/   YouTube: Beau Martonik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJon93sYfu9HUMKpCMps3w The Untamed - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheUntamedHunt Shop new apparel!  https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/shop   Amazon Influencer Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/beau.martonik   Partners: Spartan Forge Forged in combat and tailored for hunters, Spartan Forge stands at the nexus of Machine Learning and White-tailed Deer hunting to deliver truly intuitive and science-based products that save the hunter time spent scouting, planning, and executing their hunts. Check out the Spartan Forge app for deer movement predictions based on millions of data points for your area, as well as incredible GPS mapping! Save 20% with coupon code eastmeetswest at spartanforge.ai www.spartanforge.ai GoWild GoWild is a free social community built by hunters, for hunters. Use the code EASTMEETSWEST to save 10% off of all hunting gear on the website. https://timetogowild.com/share/eastmeetswest Heather's Choice Healthy, great-tasting, dehydrated meals for the backcountry. Use code eastmeetswest to get free shipping on ALL orders.  http://lddy.no/7og2 Maven Optics Top quality binoculars, spotting scopes and rifle scopes for your hunts from east to west. Use the code eastmeetswest-gift to get a free gift with your next order! https://mavenbuilt.com/ MTN OPS MTN OPS is the leader in providing science based supplements to help you train inside and conquer more outside. Use the code BEAUFREESHIP for free shipping on all orders.  https://glnk.io/mw0/beaumartonik TETHRD The Tethrd Team has created the ultimate tree saddle hunting setup. The Phantom Saddle and Predator Platform system is truly the culmination of ideas & input from thousands of dedicated tree saddle hunting fanatics around the world.  https://tethrdnation.com/

Sounding History
Sounding Stone and Cetacean Energy

Sounding History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 35:57


This episode is about what happens when sounds and people meet and mix. A lot of what we talk about takes place away from North America and Europe, but we end up circling back to a primary question in this season of the podcast: how did Westerners use the sounds of others to perceive the world, “The West,” and themselves?Our first example is one of those historical stories that is so, well, weird you have to wonder if it is actually fiction. In the early years of the seventeenth century Chinese officials discovered a thousand year-old stone pillar (or “steele”) near the city of Xi'an in Western China, along the old east-west trade route known as “the Silk Road.” It was inscribed both in Chinese and Syriac, a form of Aramiac in which many early Christian texts are transmitted. Recently arrived Jesuit missionaries were quick to pick up on this find, because it supported their claim that Christianity had a long history in China. They also transmitted the news back to Rome. Then the fun starts. The great Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher, famous among other things for his collection of interesting objects and texts from around the world, used what he read about the stone to speculate about the intonation of the Chinese language (and China's relationship to ancient Egypt!). A few decades later a minor German clergyman in then very provincial Berlin read Kircher's account and proposed the idea that in China people sang all the time (as if they were in an opera) instead of speaking. Our point is that conclusions about far-away places don't have to be true to be interesting.Our second postcard was inspired by a TikTok meme. At the time we recorded the show, sea shanties were everywhere on the internet, thanks mainly to the music-video sharing app ability to amplify strange (we would say interesting!) sound objects: the app can act as a kind of digital version of Kircher's collection of curiosities. This got us thinking about where sea shanties, and other seafaring songs come from.And so we found ourselves talking about whaling ships. As Chris points out, whalers, which were really floating factories, were a kind of Silk Road on the water, thanks to their global routes and diverse crews. They also remind us that music history, economic history, exploration, and extraction often run along the same tracks. The sea shanty meme was good fun (for most listeners!). But sea shanties, and other songs from the riches of maritime history, are more than just curiosities. They offer vital sonic clues about big processes, fascinating moments, and human experience in global history.Key TakeawaysHistorical misunderstandings can be interesting in their own right: take the story of how the discovery of an ancient monument in China led one European to speculate that Chinese people sang all the time as if they were in an opera. Behind this odd idea is a story of someone struggling to make sense of new historical evidence.Whaling ships and other workhorses of the maritime trade were both “floating factories” and fascinating soundscapes. The music passed down from them (including the recent TikTok sea shanty craze) offer clues about these soundscapes, and the ways that music history and the histories of economics (especially the history of working people) travel on the same tracks.ResourcesDaniel Chua and Alexander Rehding's Alien Listening: Voyager's Golden Record and Music from Earth got us thinking about how it can be illuminating to speculate about how other people--OK, they're talking about space aliens--make sense of sound.Bathsheba Demuth's Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait is a must read on the entanglements of ecology and economy. The author is a former dog-sled musher.We're very inspired by Peter Linbaugh and Markus Rediker's The Many-Headed Hydra: Sailors, Slaves, Commoners, and the Hidden History of the Revolutionary Atlantic, which profoundly shapes our thinking about labor and maritime trade.Check out the podcast Time to Eat the Dogs for thought-provoking stories about science, exploration, and “life at the extreme” presented by the historian Michael Robinson.All of the books mentioned in the episode can be found in our Sounding History Goodreads discussion group. Join the conversation!

Changelog Master Feed
Zero-shot multitask learning (Practical AI #158)

Changelog Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 46:19


In this Fully-Connected episode, Daniel and Chris ponder whether in-person AI conferences are on the verge of making a post-pandemic comeback. Then on to BigScience from Hugging Face, a year-long research workshop on large multilingual models and datasets. Specifically they dive into the T0, a series of natural language processing (NLP) AI models specifically trained for researching zero-shot multitask learning. Daniel provides a brief tour of the possible with the T0 family. They finish up with a couple of new learning resources.

Practical AI
Zero-shot multitask learning

Practical AI

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 46:19


In this Fully-Connected episode, Daniel and Chris ponder whether in-person AI conferences are on the verge of making a post-pandemic comeback. Then on to BigScience from Hugging Face, a year-long research workshop on large multilingual models and datasets. Specifically they dive into the T0, a series of natural language processing (NLP) AI models specifically trained for researching zero-shot multitask learning. Daniel provides a brief tour of the possible with the T0 family. They finish up with a couple of new learning resources.

Center Stage: The Voice of The Project Economy
The Future Ready Enterprise – Lessons From Healthcare

Center Stage: The Voice of The Project Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:58


Dr. Yousuf Ahmad has over 25 years of healthcare experience including health insurance, physician group practices, and multi-hospital health system. For the past 5 years, he has been leading AssureCare, transforming it from a start-up to a high-growth company with industry leading care management technology platforms. In this episode of Center Stage, Dr. Ahmad shares the importance of learning and gaining knowledge in his journey in the healthcare industry from programmer, to president of a large health system, to the CEO of a healthcare technology company. He speaks to the importance of building collaborative, motivated teams with open communication and commitment to an agreed-upon set of outcomes.Dr. Ahmad also offers insight into how technology, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, is revolutionizing healthcare, from increasing diagnostic accuracy on mammograms to improving racial disparities in care and health outcomes. As technology continues to evolve, practitioners including project managers must be open to lifelong learning to remain relevant and future proof their careers.

Data Science at Home
Environmentally friendly AI (Ep. 177)

Data Science at Home

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 19:28


Sponsors This episode is brought to you by Advanced RISC Machines (ARM). ARM is a family of reduced instruction set computing architectures for computer processors https://www.arm.com/ Amethix use advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to build data platforms and predictive engines in domain like finance, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, logistics, energy. Amethix provide solutions to collect and secure data with higher transparency and disintermediation, and build the statistical models that will support your business.

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1792: The Silicon Valley VC Firm With $1.3B Under Management

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 19:59


Scale is a Silicon Valley-based venture capital investment firm with $1.3B under management. They were early investors in SaaS pioneers like Bill.com (NYSE:BILL), DocuSign (NASDAQ:DOCU), HubSpot (NYSE:HUBS), JFrog (NASDAQ: FROG) and Root (NASDAQ: ROOT). Today they are focused on the next generation of enterprise software companies building Cognitive Applications like: Comet.ml, Observe.ai, Techsee and Viz.ai. Eric Anderson is a Partner at Scale Venture Partners, where he focuses on cloud infrastructure and security investments. He is a Board member at Scale portfolio companies Datastax and Upsolver and a Board observer at Matillion, BigID, Expel, Honeycomb, Tetrate, and AppOmni. Before Scale, Eric led early Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services product teams. At Google, he was a Product Manager in the Data Analytics and Machine Learning group. He led the team that launched Cloud Dataprep and critical components of Cloud Dataflow. Previously, Eric built aircraft engines in General Electric's Operation Management Leadership Program. Eric is a go-to resource on open source (he also moonlights as the host of the Contributor podcast) and has deep expertise in cloud infrastructure, cybersecurity, and app development and contributed to the deal teams for Matillion and BigID and more recent deals like AppOmni, Comet, and Upsolver. I learn more about the early-stage VC investor that is focused on intelligent business software, and we discuss the trends he is seeing in the industry.

Things Have Changed
What will Farms of the Future Look Like?

Things Have Changed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 28:31


Food is the very nourishment of life. Climate change, population growth and population density has come to challenge the way we feed ourselves. Let's look at some factors that are affecting the way we grow food:World's population is in more urbanized areas - 60% of the population lives in cities. Farms Waste Much of World's Water - On average, farms around the world account for 70% of all water that is consumed annually. Demand for locally grown food in urban areas is rising - For environmental reasons, as well as efficiency and ability to have produce that is often damaged during transport (e.g. berries)One of the emerging solutions is vertical farming and its different techniques. In this episode, we're going to talk about how it can be viable solution for highly urbanized area and in todays shift to sustainable food growth. The very way we make our food is changing.. what will the farms of the future look like? Check this episode out to find out! Materials for Content:Vertical farms are growing more and more vegetables in urban areasVertical Farming TechniquesAerofarms ImpactVertical Farms fill a Tall OrderBowery - Why Vertical FarmingSoundclips:Vertical Farming as a solution for Food of the Future - ViceThe rise of vertical farming - VPRO DOKHow Aerofarms' vertical farms grow produce - CBS MorningsFarms Waste Much of World's WaterEach degree of temperature rise, 10% of existing agricultural land will be lostHow much your food has travelled to get to your plateSupport the show (https://www.thc-pod.com/)

The Artists of Data Science
Data Science Happy Hour 59 | 19NOV2021

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 60:37


Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/SOW9wUY3FpA Resources: https://medium.com/@grepdennis/how-a-sql-database-engine-works-c67364e5cdfd https://medium.com/building-the-metaverse/evolution-of-the-creator-economy-9e038e8411af https://medium.com/data-driven-fiction https://snap.stanford.edu/data/roadNet-CA.html https://theartistsofdatascience.fireside.fm/guests/anderson-silver https://theartistsofdatascience.fireside.fm/guests/donald-j-robertson https://www.amazon.com/Continuous-Discovery-Habits-Discover-Products/dp/1736633309 https://www.amazon.com/INSPIRED-Create-Tech-Products-Customers/dp/1119387507/ref=sr11?keywords=inspired&qid=1637361494&s=books&sr=1-1 https://www.amazon.com/The-Feed-Season-1/dp/B086HVT7JH https://www.hel.fi/uutiset/en/kaupunginkanslia/a-new-minecraft-city-model-introduces-helsinki-in-more-detail https://www.linkedin.com/in/dkjapan/ https://www.tigergraph.com/resources/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YT0CScFzp1o Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartistsofdatascience/ Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArtistsOfData

The Artists of Data Science
Turn Ideas into Gold | Steven Cardinale

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 71:07


Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/cSOXStI5sjg Find Steven Cardinale online: https://twitter.com/scardinale https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevencardinale/ Memorable Quotes from the Episode: [00:53:20] "I was talking to somebody the other day and I said, What are you selling because I'm selling media coverage for football teams? I'm like, OK, great, you know, because all football teams need people to know where they're at. Nothing but what are you really selling? Well, I'm selling it to mostly the high school teams, and really what I'm selling is, you know that parents can see their kids and media coverage. Great. What are you selling? It took him a minute and goes, Well, I'm selling the fact that parents are spending money to be have their kids on a football team. They want to see their kids names in the newspaper. So now we're starting to understand something a little more interesting." [00:11:21] "...if you think about a data scientist, you guys are alchemists, people who work with, you know, the big data lakes and the uncertainty of data and then convert it into a decision that is the essence of alchemy." Highlights of the Show: [00:01:24] Guest Introduction. [00:04:43] Where you grew up and what it was like there? [00:04:41] How did you figure out who you want to be? [00:07:34] What are the two definitions of entrepreneurship as mentioned in your book? Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartistsofdatascience/ Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArtistsOfData

Tech Reimagined
The interaction between humans and AI

Tech Reimagined

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 15:34


On this episode of Tech reimagined, we're talking to Inma Martinez about the interaction between humans and AI. From the misconceptions about AI to the benefits it brings to our lives and the applications we need to look at to achieve AIs greatest potential.   Tune in now for a great conversation.  

Test & Code - Python Testing & Development
170: pytest for Data Science and Machine Learning - Prayson Daniel

Test & Code - Python Testing & Development

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 45:12


Prayson Daniel, a principle data scientist, discusses testing machine learning pipelines with pytest. Prayson is using pytest for some pretty cool stuff, including: * unit tests, of course * testing pipeline stages * counterfactual testing * performance testing All with pytest. So cool. Special Guest: Prayson Daniel.

Peggy Smedley Show
All about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

Peggy Smedley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 13:51


Peggy discusses the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, taking a closer look at the deal. She says businesses all across the globe are still grappling with all the disruption left in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and asks if we are prepared to rebuild our infrastructure. She also discusses: How the infrastructure deal will impact our roads and bridges. How the new legislation combines infrastructure resilience and the impacts of climate change. What this deal ultimately means for rebuilding our infrastructure in the months ahead. peggysmedleyshow.com  (11/16/21 - 746) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast

Peggy Smedley Show
Waste and the Climate Crisis

Peggy Smedley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 31:14


Peggy and Jury Gualandris, associated professor, Ivey Business School, talk about circularity and waste. He explains what waste means for the climate crisis and why it is important—both in terms of negatives and positives—saying methane is a powerful greenhouse gas with 100 years global warming potential, which is 30 times larger than CO2, and that 60% of the total food production is currently wasted in Canada, which mostly happens upstream, and yet waste also represents opportunities. They also discuss: The importance of becoming more aware of consumption expectations. Why people struggle with circularity. Three questions to consider for success. ivey.uwo.ca/sustainability/priorities/circular-economy  (11/16/21 - 746) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast, Jury Gualandris, Ivey Business School

Peggy Smedley Show
The Impact of Ransomware

Peggy Smedley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 19:27


Peggy and Gary Salman, CEO and cofounder, Black Talon Security, talk about how long businesses can be shut down from a cyberattack—and the impact of ransomware. He says it deals with hundreds of attacks and one of the biggest issues is the concept of business continuity. They also discuss: How long a business impacted from ransomware is going to be down. What typically happens following a ransomware attack. Two different types of cyberattacks. blacktalonsecurity.com (11/16/21 - 746) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast, Gary Salman, Black Talon Security

East Meets West Hunt
Ep. 216: 2 States, 2 Giant Archery Bull Elk with Tony Trietch

East Meets West Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 69:53


On this episode of the East Meets West Hunt podcast, Beau Martonik is joined by Tony Trietch again, but to talk about his 2021 western elk hunts that resulted in two giant bulls down in Nevada and Colorado. Tony is someone who spends as much, if not more time than anyone else I know out west and is consistent at getting it done on the biggest, oldest critters in the mountains.   Topics: Chasing one bull 30 Days in Nevada Colorado OTC elk hunt Finding a bull from the previous year   Resources: Instagram:   @eastmeetswesthunt @beau.martonik @tony_trietch Facebook:    East Meets West Outdoors   https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/   YouTube: Beau Martonik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJon93sYfu9HUMKpCMps3w   Shop new apparel!  https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/shop   Amazon Influencer Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/beau.martonik   Partners: Spartan Forge Forged in combat and tailored for hunters, Spartan Forge stands at the nexus of Machine Learning and White-tailed Deer hunting to deliver truly intuitive and science-based products that save the hunter time spent scouting, planning, and executing their hunts. Check out the Spartan Forge app for deer movement predictions based on millions of data points for your area, as well as incredible GPS mapping! Save 20% with coupon code eastmeetswest on the website www.spartanforge.ai GoWild GoWild is a free social community built by hunters, for hunters. Use the code EASTMEETSWEST to save 10% off of all hunting gear on the website. https://timetogowild.com/share/eastmeetswest Heather's Choice Healthy, great-tasting, dehydrated meals for the backcountry. Use code eastmeetswest to get free shipping on ALL orders.  http://lddy.no/7og2 Maven Optics Top-quality binoculars, spotting scopes, and rifle scopes for your hunts from east to west. Use the code eastmeetswest-gift get a free gift with your next order! https://mavenbuilt.com/ MTN OPS MTN OPS is the leader in providing science-based supplements to help you train inside and conquer more outside. Use the code BEAUFREESHIP for free shipping on all orders.  https://glnk.io/mw0/beaumartonik TETHRD The Tethrd Team has created the ultimate tree saddle hunting setup. The Phantom Saddle and Predator Platform system is truly the culmination of ideas & input from thousands of dedicated tree saddle hunting fanatics around the world.  https://tethrdnation.com/

Tcast
MAGA Through Research and Development with MIT Economist, Jonathan Gruber

Tcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 32:39


How do we encourage economic growth and progress across the country? The United States was once revered as one of the most successful economies in the world—but today, it struggles to generate the job opportunities and market stability necessary for its citizens to ensure their quality of life. This is the question that Jonathan Gruber and Simon Johnson explore in their book, entitled Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream. In this episode, Alexander McCaig sits down with Jonathan Gruber to have a meaningful dialogue on what the government's missing out on by decreasing funding in research and development.    The Effect of RnD on the US Economy According to Jonathan Gruber, public investment in research and development played a pivotal role in the economic progress of the United States. All the technological advancements we have the privilege of experiencing today—such as our smartphones and laptops—were, in part, fueled by the amount of funding that was poured into the pursuit of science. However, the level of public investment decreased drastically, from about two percent of GDP in 1962 to just under half of that today. In his book, Jonathan Gruber explains that the nation's renewed support in science and technology would play a significant part in generating economic growth. This is especially important in an era where plenty of citizens are facing job instability, outright unemployment, and health concerns brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Ushering in a new era for research and development would not just benefit certain industries. Jonathan Gruber posits further that aside from overall growth, it would create better jobs across the economy. This would naturally occur as the market adjusts to accommodate an influx of tech professionals across the country, because they would need these goods and services to support their work as well as their quality of life.   Decentralizing Opportunities for Innovation While the US does have certain cities where tech-based growth is made possible, they are not enough to power the economy. In fact, concentrating opportunities in “superstar” cities such as San Francisco, New York, Seattle, and the Silicon Valley can be counterproductive.  This is because the demand for professionals will incentivize people to relocate from one city to another. As a result, these cities experienced increased congestion and housing prices—and those who do not have the experience necessary to become a valuable asset to the area will be forced to leave. At this point, Jonathan Gruber emphasizes the importance of government involvement in encouraging basic research. Setting aside funding for research and development that is carried out in other areas would help incentivize private investors, or venture capitalists, to take that risk as well.    Will Robots Take Over Our Jobs? One salient point of discussion in the episode was when Alexander McCaig asked Jonathan Gruber about the impact of robotics on the future of work. Alexander pointed out that there may be some routine jobs that may phase out completely because they would be delegated to robots, who would be more efficient at performing such activities. Jonathan Gruber believes that the outlook for robotics is optimistic, and that people should focus on the capabilities that can be developed when there is enough funding for the country to get a leg up on the tech race. Being able to scout the future of artificial intelligence and machine learning would give researchers a head start on the careers that it would affect, in both a positive and negative manner. “The bottom line is, you can wring your hands about the fact that some low-level jobs are going to be taken by robots, or you can get to work making the robots,” Jonathan Gruber explained.  To illustrate his perspective, Jonathan Gruber explained how the invention of the wheel raised concerns about the viability of horse-drawn carriages back in the day. Fast forward to modern times, it is clear that refining the wheel has led to a plethora of different jobs across transportation, engineering, and construction as people and cities work to make their locations friendlier to vehicles.  Planning ahead for new job roles could help the labor market adjust and accommodate accordingly.   Closing Thoughts: Taking the First Step Forward When asked about his parting words, Jonathan Gruber encourages people to take an “if you build it, they will come” mentality. People living in communities tend to go for an incredibly narrow or vague focus, but what they need is an actionable plan that can be carried out step by step. When people have a concrete and tangible action to look back on, they have a source of inspiration that pushes them forward—even if they do not secure the funding needed to make it happen just yet. The future is bright and full of possibilities. It's time to take the pivot back towards science, technology, and data.  What's your data worth? www.tartle.co   Tcast is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe.   The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby.   What's your data worth?   Find out at: https://tartle.co/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial   Spread the word!

Google Cloud Platform Podcast
Managing ML Lifecycles with Vertex AI with Erwin Huizenga

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 38:41


We’re learning all about Vertex AI this week as Carter Morgan and Jay Jenkins host guest Erwin Huizenga. He helps us understand what is meant by Asia Pacific and how Machine Learning is growing there. APAC’s Machine Learning scene is exciting for its enterprise companies leveraging ML for innovative projects at scale. The ML journey of many of these customers revealed challenges with things like efficiency that Vertex AI was built to solve. The Vertex AI platform boasts tools that help with everything from the beginning stages of data collection to analysis, validation, transformation, model training, evaluation, serving the model, and metadata tracking. Erwin offers detailed examples of this pipeline process and describes how Feature Store helps clients manage their projects. Using Vertex AI not only simplifies the initial development process but streamlines the iteration process as the model is adjusted over time. Pipelines offers automation options that help with this, Erwin explains. ML Operations are also built into Vertex AI to ensure everything is done in compliance with industry standards, even at scale. Using customer recommendations as an example, Erwin walks us through how Vertex AI can employ embedding to enhance customer experiences through ML. By using Vertex AI in combination with other Google offerings like AutoML, companies can effectively build working ML projects without data science experience. We talk about the Vertex AI user interface and the other tools and APIS that are available there. Erwin tells us how Digits Financial uses Vertex AI and Pipeline to bring models to production in days rather than months, and how others can get started with Vertex AI, too. Erwin Huizenga Erwin Huizenga is a Data Scientist at Google specializing in TensorFLow, Python, and ML. Cool things of the week Announcing Spot Pods for GKE Autopilot—save on fault tolerant workloads blog Indosat Ooredoo and Google Launch Strategic Partnership to Accelerate Digitalization Across SMBs and Enterprises in Indonesia site Indosat Ooredoo dan Google Luncurkan Kemitraan Strategis untuk Percepatan Digitalisasi UMKM dan Perusahaan di Indonesia site Interview Vertex AI site Google Cloud in Asia Pacific blog Introduction to Vertex AI docs What Is a Machine Learning Pipeline? site TensorFlow site PyTorch site Vertex AI Feature Store docs AutoML site BigQuery ML site Vertex AI Matching Engine docs ScaNN site Announcing ScaNN: Efficient Vector Similarity Search blog Vertex AI Workbench site Vertex Pipeline Case Study: Digits Financial site Intro to Vertex Pipelines Codelab site Vertex AI: Training and serving a custom model Codelab site Vertex AI Workbench: Build an image classification model with transfer learning and the notebook executor Codelab site APAC Best of Next 2021 site TFX: A TensorFlow-Based Production-Scale Machine Learning Platform site Rules of Machine Learning site Google Cloud Skills Boost: Build and Deploy Machine Learning Solutions on Vertex AI site Monitoring feature attributions: How Google saved one of the largest ML services in trouble blog What’s something cool you’re working on? Jay is working on APAC Best of Next and will be doing a session on sustainability! Carter is working on transitioning the GCP Podcast to a video format!

Expert Dojo
E225 How SynctacticAI is becoming today's Hybrid Multi-Cloud Data Science Platform

Expert Dojo "The Art of Startup War"

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 38:39


This week Brian speaks with Chethan Athreyas, CEO of SynctacticAI SynctacticAI is a platform to power the future of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. With the proliferation in Data Science and its fraternity, the platform aims at providing a complete automated Data engineering and DevOps suit. SynctacticAI provides an end to end platform where anyone can come connect their data sources, define workflows, visualize insights and build ML/AI models. Teams can collaborate with each other while working on a single source of truth for all their data needs. The flexibility of Hybrid Multicloud provides data teams the power to optimize their workflows and bring in their data or store their data anywhere they please, right from On-Premise deployments to any of the cloud providers. For more information, visit https://synctactic.ai/ If you have the next big idea, apply to the Expert Dojo Accelerator: www.expertdojo.com

Data Dialogues
UGA: What Data Reveals About Consumer Finance

Data Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 24:28


Dr. Nikhil Paradkar, assistant professor in finance at the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia, discusses his research on using data and machine learning to better understand how financial changes due to regulation, technological advancements or crises can impact the availability of credit for households. He also tells our host, Jeff Dugger, Principal Data Scientist and University Research Director at Equifax, about some very interesting research on corporate buzzwords, innovation and company earnings calls.Jump ahead to these topics::58 - Paradkar provides an overview of his work at UGA1:35 - Paradkar explains the research he presented to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on bank funding shocks3:35 - If a consumer's credit limit is reduced, how does it impact their credit score?5:00 - Can consumers who are more exposed to their bank's liquidity shocks have an impact on a financial recovery?6:40 - The CFPB's reaction to Paradkar's research9:10 - What machine learning has revealed about consumer finance and Fintechs12:25 - Paradkar explains his machine learning technique used in his research13:38 - Can lenders use Paradkar's research to improve their lending?15:02 - Is there a latent unobservable variable that causes FinTech borrowers to be more likely to default?16:41 - How Paradkar uses machine learning to study corporate buzzwords, innovations and quarterly earnings callsLearn more about our guest, Nikhil Paradkar: https://www.terry.uga.edu/directory/finance/nikhil-paradkar.html

Talks at Google
Ep194 - Jeff Hawkins & Subutai Ahmad | A Thousand Brains: A New Theory of Intelligence

Talks at Google

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 61:38


Bestselling author, neuroscientist, and computer engineer Jeff Hawkins joins computational neuroscience researcher and software technologist Subutai Ahmad to discuss the recent book "A Thousand Brains: A New Theory of Intelligence" and how those concepts are being applied to Machine Learning. For all of neuroscience's advances, we've made little progress on its biggest question: How do simple cells in the brain create intelligence? Jeff Hawkins and his team discovered that the brain uses maplike structures to build a model of the world - not just one model, but hundreds of thousands of models of everything we know. This discovery allows Hawkins to answer important questions about how we perceive the world, why we have a sense of self, and the origin of high-level thought. "A Thousand Brains" heralds a revolution in the understanding of intelligence. It is a big-think book, in every sense of the word. Moderated by Peter Norvig. Get the book here: https://goo.gle/3vMY4Ok. Watch the video of this event by visting g.co/TalksAtGoogle/AThousandBrains.

This Week in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence (AI) Podcast
Machine Learning at GSK with Kim Branson - #356

This Week in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence (AI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 60:36


Today we're joined by Kim Branson, the SVP and global head of artificial intelligence and machine learning at GSK.  We cover a lot of ground in our conversation, starting with a breakdown of GSK's core pharmaceutical business, and how ML/AI fits into that equation, use cases that appear using genetics data as a data source, including sequential learning for drug discovery. We also explore the 500 billion node knowledge graph Kim's team built to mine scientific literature, and their “AI Hub”, the ML/AI infrastructure team that handles all tooling and engineering problems within their organization. Finally, we explore their recent cancer research collaboration with King's College, which is tasked with understanding the individualized needs of high- and low-risk cancer patients using ML/AI amongst other technologies.  The complete show notes for this episode can be found at twimlai.com/go/536.

Affiliated: ClickBank's Official Affiliate Marketing Podcast
The 4 Pillar Google Ad Strategy Designed to Leverage Machine Learning for +4000X ROAS

Affiliated: ClickBank's Official Affiliate Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 43:14


Kyle Kostechka interviews Solution 8 founder Kasim (rhymes with "awesome") Aslam about the traffic source relied on by 90% of all internet users on earth, and how you can be using it to provide tangible, innovative results for your company or clients. Here's the thing: Facebook gives INSTANT gratification. Google provides long term value.  Aslam said advertisers on Facebook cannot take their same strategy and copy-paste their campaigns into google. It could take 6-12 months and $10k/month in ad spend to figure this out. Google needs data for its machine learning to work, and so, according to Aslam, ad creative should shift to match that. One $50,000 commercial can lift a brand, but several simpler cuts, served strategically, can provide your business with extraordinary lifetime value. In this interview, Kostechka digs into how to strategically serve up several iterations of creative on Google's Display Network to nurture and convert new business. To hear more from Aslam, tune into the Perpetual Traffic Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/perpetual-traffic/id1022441491

Blossoming Technologist
22. Machine Learning Meets Wine with Aubrey Terrazas

Blossoming Technologist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 30:45


Aubrey Terrazas is an 18-year hospitality professional, Master Sommelier candidate, and co-founder of Palate Club, a digital wine service that uses machine learning to fit the user's unique taste of wine. Based out of France, Aubrey uses her experience of tasting 100s of wines every year to identify over 200 wine traits, the core data for Palate Club's machine learning algorithm. Aubrey's ideas and disruption to the classic “wine club” model positioned her as one of America's top sommeliers and wine entrepreneurs. In this episode, we discuss the wine industry, giving background on how to become a Sommelier, Aubrey's experience in wine, and why blind taste-testing is such an important part of Palate Club. We also talk about how Palate Club utilizes machine learning, technologies being used in the wine industry (like blockchain!), and parallels between the wine and tech industries. Make sure to enter our giveaway for a gift certificate for a blind tasting kit ($59 value): forms.gle/RS6h7bxrMsF2DHCd7 Mentioned in This Episode: Palate Club Giveaway: forms.gle/RS6h7bxrMsF2DHCd7 Court of Master Sommeliers: mastersommeliers.org Famille Perrin Wines: m.familleperrin.com/12PCF6YRJ7 Chateau Ste. Michelle Wines: ste-michelle.com Follow Palate Club: Website: palateclub.com Instagram:@palate_club Connect with Aubrey: Linkedin: /aubrey-terrazas Instagram: @aubreypopsbottles Twitter: @aubrey_terrazas Connect with Marisa: Twitter: @marisahoenig LinkedIn: /marisahoenig Follow Blossoming Technologist: Instagram: @blossoming_tech Twitter: @blossoming_tech LinkedIn: /blossoming-technologist

The Startup Junkies Podcast
269: Taking Notes on the Changing Work Environment with Phil Libin

The Startup Junkies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 39:35


269: Taking Notes on the Changing Work Environment with Phil Libin   Summary   Welcome back to the podcast!   We are the Startup Junkies, and this is episode 269. Our hosts for this episode contain the usual Jeff Amerine, Caleb Talley, and Davis McEntire and are also joined by the prodigal son himself, Matthew Ward! We had the pleasure of talking to Phil Libin who is a serial entrepreneur and just a fun guy! We laughed, chatted, and got to dive into his latest ventures, Mmhmm and All Turtles.    Don't miss this one, tune in!   Shownotes   (1:31) Introducing Phil Libin  (3:33) Why move to Bentonville, Arkansas? (6:41) Genesis and future casting for Mmhmm (12:24) All Turtles Philosophy (18:15) Out of Office vs. In-Person Benefits (21:08) Commentary of Evolving VC World (30:37) Paradigm Shifts in Apple, AI, and Machine Learning.  (35:39) Advice to Younger Self (38:13) Wrap Up   Links Jeff Amerine Davis McEntire Caleb Talley Phil Libin Mmhmm All Turtles   Quotes   "Quality of life improves quality of work and quality of work improves quality of life." (8:16) - Phil Libin   "We're never going back to anything, we're going forward. We're not going back to the way things were... We are going forward to the way things should be." (19:13) - Phil Libin   "I care about brilliant people having a chance to show their brilliance and make high impact products. And I don't want them to waste their time making startups first." (25:25)       Taking Notes on the Changing Work Environment with Phil Libin   "Quality of life improves quality of work and quality of work improves quality of life." (8:16) - Phil Libin   Pil Libin arrived in the United States at age eight. He and his family were refugees from what was the Soviet Union at the time. Upon leaving what is now St. Petersburg, he has indeed become a pioneer of the startup world.    As a programmer with VC and five startups under his belt, we were excited to sit and talk with him. After growing businesses from coast to coast, he found himself fleeing San Francisco and ending up in Bentonville, Arkansas, with his latest two ventures: Mmhmm and All Turtles.    From Joke To Product The genesis of Mmhmm began as a bit of a joke. During the plethora of video calls within the past two years, Phil started to play around with slides, fake backgrounds, and other special effects. The snowball effect was then named Mmhmm. When seen by outsiders, this product mainly used internally was encouraged to become an actual software.   Mmhmm is following the out-of-office movement. Though there are many opinions on the transition to remote working, Phil believes in the upside of it. The freedom that employees have when working from home can be cultivated and expressed in a better workflow. Working remotely allows people to be intentional about where they want to live, what kind of neighborhoods they want to live in, or even how they spend time with their family! If one has the tools to allow working remotely to improve their quality of life, that can enhance their quality of work. The point is, quality of life improves the quality of work and vice versa.    Out Of Office Movement The vicious cycle of the office is what this software is up against. The concept of the office is one of the most significant factors in a low quality of life, Phil claims. Whether it be the commute, the hours of workflow, the inability to move or plane, or seek health and wellness with its demanding schedule, having a building can cause more problems than solutions.    The pandemic accelerated the inevitable out-of-office movement. For the first time, a few hundred million people could choose where to live and what is the best life for them independent of where their work is located. The effects have been profound on everything, even beyond workflow. Phil explains that this out-of-office movement can benefit and change everything from society, education, healthcare, recreation, and travel to mentorship, friendships, and family relationships.     "If you want to do anything else, if you want to have time for art or music or health, that all gets pushed out to the weekend or vacations." (9:36) - Phil Libin    Seeing this opportunity for growth, Phil wanted in on any project that could continue to exacerbate and improve the out-of-office movement. Even the language behind the campaign is essential to him. They do not consider themselves remote but distributed. The connotations of loneliness or isolation are now pushed towards, delegated, and intentionally placed elsewhere. Words give superpowers, he goes on to explain.    "The internet is distributed, it's not remote. It's distributed because being distributed gives a system so many fundamental advantages. It gives a company so many advantages, it gives a life so many advantages." (12:00) - Phil Libin   startupjunkie.org wlj.com

The Jason Cavness Experience
Replay of Bernard Mendez CEO of Interco Industries

The Jason Cavness Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 116:39


This is a replay of my talk with Bernard Mendez on The Jason Cavness Eperience. Bernard is the CEO of Interco Industries Sponsor The Jason Cavness experience is sponsored by CavnessHR. CavnessHR focus on your business, we've got to HR! CavnessHR delivers HR to companies with 49 or fewer people across the US. Did you know that small business loses an estimated $27 billion per year because of bad HR. This comes out to an estimated $10,000 per small business employee per year. Do you know that small business owners are spending an average of 25% of the time on HR. Time that would be better spent taking care of their employees, their customers and building a their business. Here at CavneessHR we want to say small business owners time and money. Sign up at www.CavnessHR.com or you can email me at jasoncavness@CavnessHR.com to learn more. We talk about the following His company Interco Industries. Advice for new entrepreneurs. What is AI, Machine Learning, AR/VR and Blockchain. Importance of Product Market fit and Idea Validation. Bernard's Bio Bernard started his first website as an 11 year old in the age of dial-up. He studied at the Illinois Institute of Technology where he was elected as the Student Government VP of Finance. On his time off he was a member of the motorcycle racing club and founder of the school's martial arts gym. After graduation, Bernard joined the Army as a logistics officer where he deployed across the world and served as a parachute jumpmaster with the 1st and 3rd Special Forces group for 6 years before moving on to the tech world. He went back to his roots and began to re-learn the tech world where he found many new challenges. Bernard is a managing partner and CEO at Interco Industries. Interco provides clients with technology solutions through data analytics, AR/VR and custom hardware solutions that help reduce overhead, lower equipment, improve decision making and maximize efficiency. Bernard's Social Media Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/interco-industries/about/ Bernard's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bmendez6/ Company Website: https://www.intercoindustries.com/ Bernard's Gift We're launching our latest iteration of our website. We'd love to hear from you. We'd love to hear what kind of pain points you guys have going on. Let's see what kind of issues are coming in your business and see how we can help bring the latest technology that develops products that are customized to your needs and see how we can help you grow, develop and use the latest tech to really get a step ahead of that competition. Bernard's Advice I would just say read some books. I'm a big fan of nonfiction man. I used to do the whole YouTube video and like reading articles and all the online stuff and I still do a little bit. But I try to focus more on published works and trying to get that that knowledge transferred and then see how I can fit it into business or my overall life.

East Meets West Hunt
Ep. 215: How to Stay Warm While Whitetail Hunting - Mountain Buck Monday

East Meets West Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 17:08


On this episode of the East Meets West Hunt podcast - Mountain Buck Monday Series, Beau Martonik dives into a short segment on how to layer properly to stay warm in the treestand or saddle while whitetail hunting, regardless of the weather. Topics include understanding the basics, breaking down a clothing layering system, and knowing when to layer and unlayer.   Topics: Understanding the basics Clothing Layering System Knowing when to layer and unlayer   Resources: Instagram:   @eastmeetswesthunt @beau.martonik   Facebook:    East Meets West Outdoors   https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/   YouTube: Beau Martonik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJon93sYfu9HUMKpCMps3w   Shop new apparel!  https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/shop   Amazon Influencer Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/beau.martonik   Partners: Spartan Forge Forged in combat and tailored for hunters, Spartan Forge stands at the nexus of Machine Learning and White-tailed Deer hunting to deliver truly intuitive and science-based products that save the hunter time spent scouting, planning, and executing their hunts. Check out the Spartan Forge app for deer movement predictions based on millions of data points for your area, as well as incredible GPS mapping! Save 20% with coupon code eastmeetswest at spartanforge.ai www.spartanforge.ai GoWild GoWild is a free social community built by hunters, for hunters. Use the code EASTMEETSWEST to save 10% off of all hunting gear on the website. https://timetogowild.com/share/eastmeetswest Heather's Choice Healthy, great-tasting, dehydrated meals for the backcountry. Use code eastmeetswest to get free shipping on ALL orders.  http://lddy.no/7og2 Maven Optics Top quality binoculars, spotting scopes and rifle scopes for your hunts from east to west. Use the code eastmeetswest-gift to get a free gift with your next order! https://mavenbuilt.com/ MTN OPS MTN OPS is the leader in providing science based supplements to help you train inside and conquer more outside. Use the code BEAUFREESHIP for free shipping on all orders.  https://glnk.io/mw0/beaumartonik TETHRD The Tethrd Team has created the ultimate tree saddle hunting setup. The Phantom Saddle and Predator Platform system is truly the culmination of ideas & input from thousands of dedicated tree saddle hunting fanatics around the world.  https://tethrdnation.com/

The Artists of Data Science
Data Science Happy Hour 58 | 12NOV2021

The Artists of Data Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 66:38


Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/IRkGuRMnZ6o Resources: https://fossa.com/blog/analyzing-legal-implications-github-copilot/ https://github.com/jupyter-naas/awesome-notebooks https://hbr.org/2009/01/picking-the-right-transition-strategy https://papermill.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ Don't forget to register for regular office hours by The Artists of Data Science: http://bit.ly/adsoh Register for Sunday Sessions here: http://bit.ly/comet-ml-oh Listen to the latest episode: https://player.fireside.fm/v2/eac-KT9/latest?theme=dark The Artists of Data Science Social links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheArtistsofDataScience Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartistsofdatascience/ Facebook https://facebook.com/TheArtistsOfDataScience Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArtistsOfData

Nourish Balance Thrive
How to Continually Improve Your Brain Health, Body Composition, Energy, and Athletic Performance Using a Simple Blood Test and Machine Learning

Nourish Balance Thrive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 70:24


Each month for the past year we've offered our bloodsmart.ai group program. It's an opportunity to use machine learning to predict—from a pretty simple blood test—what is likely happening inside your body (and what might be going wrong) along with expert feedback on the results from NBT Scientific Director and Coach, Megan Hall and me. The program has been very popular, not to mention a lot of fun, and people are going through more than once to measure their ongoing progress. On this podcast, Megan provides detailed feedback on the bloodsmart.ai report belonging to NBT Coach Clay Higgins. What you'll hear is very similar to what goes on during our group coaching sessions. It's a review of exactly what's going well and where there's opportunity for improvement - along with specific steps to take right now to improve overall health, based on the data, symptoms, and personal history. If you'd like to participate in a group program please email NBT support for details and be sure to let us know where in the world you live so we can tailor our response to your needs. Here's the outline of this episode with Megan Hall and Clay Higgins: [00:00:33] Clay's combined bloodsmart.ai report. [00:05:13] Overall wellness score and PhenoAge. [00:07:30] Marker Detail View Page. [00:08:12] NutriSense continuous glucose monitoring. [00:12:03] Calculated red blood cell survival and HbA1C. [00:13:52] Eight Sleep. [00:16:33] Uric acid. [00:25:10] Potential oxidative stress: N. Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) may help. [00:26:58] Calcium a bit low; consider following up with a blood parathyroid test and/or supplement with magnesium. [00:32:56] HDL Cholesterol a little high and what that might mean. [00:34:26] Red blood cell indices and low oxygen deliverability suggest possible nutrient deficiencies. [00:35:53] Digestive enzymes: Thorne Biogest or Betaine HCl. [00:38:05] HomocysteX Plus. [00:40:33] Reticulocyte production index and RDW. [00:43:44] Low neutrophils (neutropenia) could suggest low copper level. [00:46:36] Nose to Tail. [00:48:00] Bloodsmart.ai forecasts. [00:48:32] Environmental toxin exposure; Quicksilver Blood Metals Testing. [00:51:53] Supporting detoxification: sauna, binders, supporting detox pathways. [00:53:45] Mitigating toxins in the environment. Skin Deep app; Think Dirty Shop Clean app. [00:55:59] Forecasted iodine deficiency; sea vegetables are a good source. [00:57:06] Forecasted issues with immune system/gut. [00:58:28] Designs for Health GI Revive. [00:59:35] Lucy Mailing, PhD; Lucy on previous NBT podcasts: 1, 2, 3. [01:01:49] Homocysteine forecasted to be high - B vitamins are important, as well as glycine, creatine. [01:01:50] Join our bloodsmart.ai group program to get Megan's feedback on your blood chemistry.  In the US, click here to get started. $198 includes blood testing, a bloodsmart.ai report, and access to 4 group coaching sessions with Megan. (Note: Residents of NY, NJ, RI and those living outside the US - pricing and availability varies. Please contact us for assistance.)

PhotoActive
Episode 105: Aaron Hockley and Computational Photography

PhotoActive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 46:22


Artificial intelligence, machine learning, computational photography…whichever term you use, the technologies are here and touching almost every part of the photos you're making. Our guest this week is Aaron Hockley, author of the book The Computer Ate My Photos: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Photography, and he's here to help us unravel this brave new world (and convince us that he's not a robot). Guest: Aaron Hockley (website (https://techphotoguy.com/), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/techphotoguy/)) Hosts: Jeff's website (https://jeffcarlson.com), Jeff's photos (https://jeffcarlson.com/portfolio/), Jeff on Instagram (http://instagram.com/jeffcarlson) Kirk's website (https://www.kirkville.com), Kirk's photos (https://photos.kirkville.com), Kirk on Instagram (https://instagram.com/mcelhearn) Show Notes: (View show notes with images at PhotoActive.co (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-105-hockley-ai)) Rate and Review the PhotoActive Podcast! (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/photoactive/id1391697658?mt=2) The Computer Ate My Photos: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Photography (https://amzn.to/3qonCSQ), by Aaron Hockley AI Needs Regulating Before It's Too Late (https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/nov/01/the-guardian-view-on-spooky-science-ai-needs-regulating-before-its-too-late), The Guardian ImagenAI (https://www.imagen-ai.com) Episode 104: The Leica Episode (https://www.photoactive.co/home/episode-104-leica) Jeff's Sierra Nevada Photo Trip (https://www.photocombobulate.com/episodes/episode6), Photocombobulate Podcast TechPhotoGuy (https://techphotoguy.com/), Aaron's website Our Snapshots: Jeff: Apple TV 4K (2021) (https://amzn.to/30jiViv) Kirk: Apple MagSafe Battery Pack (https://amzn.to/3n4SW6V) Subscribe to the PhotoActive podcast newsletter at the bottom of any page at the PhotoActive web site (https://photoactive.co) to be notified of new episodes and be eligible for occasional giveaways. If you've already subscribed, you're automatically entered. If you like the show, please subscribe in iTunes/Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/photoactive/id1391697658?mt=2) or your favorite podcast app, and please rate the podcast. And don't forget to join the PhotoActive Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/photoactivecast/) to discuss the podcast, share your photos, and more. Disclosure: Sometimes we use affiliate links for products, in which we receive small commissions to help support PhotoActive.

Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders
Daphne Koller (insitro) - Innovation in Ed-Tech and Biotech

Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 57:18


Daphne Koller is the CEO and founder of insitro, a machine learning-enabled drug discovery company. Previously, she was a professor of computer science at Stanford University for 18 years, co-founder and co-CEO of Coursera, and the Chief Computing Officer of Calico, an Alphabet company in the healthcare space. She received the MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in 2004. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Ravi Belani, Koller examines the key turning points in her diverse and innovative career, and speaks about how she searched for the opportunities that would have the greatest impact on the world.