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    Bunte Menschen
    #31: Heidi Klum: Was steckt hinter ihrer Nackt-Strategie?

    Bunte Menschen

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 21:06


    Heidi Klum ist schon lange in der Promi-A-Liga angekommen und zählt zu den größten Hollywoodstars. Seit einiger Zeit sorgt sie besonders durch ihre offenherzigen Posts im Netz für Aufmerksamkeit und erntet dafür von vielen Seiten Kritik. Was steckt hinter ihren freizügigen Fotos? In der neuen Podcast-Folge von Bunte Menschen spricht Barbara Fischer mit Nike Emich über das Phänomen „Heidi Klum". -- Ein BUNTE Original Podcast. -- buntemenschen@burda.com

    Building Better Systems
    Episode #22: Eric Daimler — Guaranteeing the Integrity of Data Models with Category Theory

    Building Better Systems

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 37:50


    In this episode, we're joined by Eric Daimler, CEO & co-founder of Conexus AI, Inc, an MIT spin out. We discuss the Conexus software platform, which is built on top of breakthroughs in the mathematics of Category Theory, and how it guarantees the integrity of universal data models. Eric shares real-world examples of applying this approach to various complex industries, such as transportation and logistics, avionics, and energy.Listen to this episode wherever you listen to podcasts. Eric Daimler: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericdaimler/ Joey Dodds: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joey-dodds-4b462a41/ Rob Dockins: https://galois.com/team/robert-dockins/ Galois, Inc.: https://galois.com/ Contact us: podcast@galois.com

    Lessons from the Playroom
    Lessons from the Playroom Special: Infant Mental Health and Play Therapy

    Lessons from the Playroom

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 32:47


    Original Air Date: September 23, 2020 "It's about the therapist's ability to attune in order to facilitate a process of attunement and playful touch between caregiver and infant." - Janet Courtney Traditional play therapy targets children ages 3 and older, but what about the children who aren't yet three? How do we help these children? Join Lisa as she talks about infant mental health with special guest, Dr. Janet Courtney- founder of FirstPlay Therapy. Together they explore the biggest myth related to infants, the significance of implicit memory and most importantly, how clinicians can support healing and re-patterning for these very special little people. Janet Courtney, PhD, LCSW, Registered Play Therapy Supervisor, is Founder of FirstPlay® Therapy which is offered for two different developmental levels including “FirstPlay® Developmental Infant Play Therapy” for ages birth to 2 years, and FirstPlay Kinesthetic Storytelling®” for children ages 3 years and older. Dr. Courtney is author and Editor of the groundbreaking books, “Infant Play Therapy: Foundations, Models, Programs, and Practice,” “Touch in Child Counseling and Play Therapy: An Ethical and Clinical Guide,” and “Healing Child and Family Trauma through Expressive and Play Therapies: Art, Nature, Storytelling, Body, and Mindfulness.” Dr. Courtney specializes in the areas of attachment and infant mental health and infant play therapy and offers a certification training to practitioners in FirstPlay® Therapy.   *

    LoveLife Podcast
    Who are our models?

    LoveLife Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 14:49


    In this episode, Alvean and Doug talk about how we choose people on which to model our own lives. Sometimes it is a parent or caregiver but often it can be another relative or as we age, a colleague/mentor, a close friend, or even a figure from history.  The process is not always a conscious one but become aware of these models is not only instructive, but crucial to understanding ourselves.  For a full transcript click here: LL02

    Dad, How Do I?
    Dad, How Do I? Podcast: SuperSized Dad Joke of the Week, Instagram Models, Childhood Nicknames, King of Cole Street, Do Us a Favor and Spell Our Last Name Right, Shout Outs

    Dad, How Do I?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 45:30


    Hi Kids! Thank you for listening to another episode of "Dad, How Do I? Podcast" with my nephew, Travis and me. This episode has been supersized with 2 dad jokes to start things off!  What was your childhood nickname?  What will you name your first kid or where did you get your name of your children?  Do people mispell your last name too?  I would love to read your answers in the comments.  God Bless! Please listen, subscribe and share the podcast.  We would love to read your email (maybe even on air).  Please email DadPodQs@gmail.com  

    Melrose Place Cast
    Models, Inc. 'Cast Episode 7: Nothing As It Seems

    Melrose Place Cast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 45:01


    "Ladies and Gentleman, We Got 'Em!" is what you might imagine the LAPD saying as they have MADE AN ARREST in the murder of Teri Spencer. Hillary triumphantly announces this, saying "It's all over" even though she was also arrested for the murder of Teri Spencer and it did not turn out to be all over at that point. Something suggests there may be some twists and turns coming our way. Eric and Linda have a feud, as Linda refuses to bail Eric out of jail and says goodbye. Eric reveals that he still has the blackmail tape of Linda, and Chris rescues her as a prince charming yelling, "Stay away from her, she's mine!" Awww, sweet romance. Sweet Sarah from Iowa is not sleeping with Brian, sees that he has a shrine to her looking just like Teri Spencer, FEELS THE NEED TO SPEAK INTO THE CAMERA "he's making us look the same" and then goes back to David for comfort. Meanwhile, Julie is just going to move in with David. After all, keeping an eye on David is her favorite thing to do. But just an eye. But we start with some hot news from the Melrose Place facebook group where Teege's post about Models, Inc. generated more engagement than ANYTHING about Melrose Place in the last few months, including actual content from actual Jack Wagner who was the actual Dr. Peter Burns. Perhaps there is some Models, Inc. nostalgia out there waiting to be tapped like a sycamore in a Vermont forest ready to release some maple syrup. Join us for this monthly update of Models, Inc. 'Cast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/melroseplacecast/message

    Global Seducer Quickie Podcast
    How YOU Can Date Models With ONE Belief Shift

    Global Seducer Quickie Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 10:55


    You can date models with one belief shift. But you can only do this if you rise like a Phoenix from the ashes: https://globalseducer.com/book You can also become an Ageless Warrior and attract women who are significantly younger than you: https://globalseducer.com/warrior   

    Voice over Work
    How to Self-Learn: Teach Yourself Anything, Become an Expert, and Memorize Everything By: Peter Hollins

    Voice over Work

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 6:08


    Hear it Here - adbl.co/3Q3Wvqd Learn effectively when you have to be both the teacher and student. How to learn smart. Self-learning is not just about performing better in the classroom or the office. It's about being able to aim your life in whatever direction you choose and conquering the obstacles in front of you. Replicable methods and insights to build expertise from ground zero. How to Self-Learn focuses not only on learning, but what it means to direct your own learning. Anyone can read a book, but what about more? You will learn to deconstruct a topic and then construct your own syllabus and plan. Gathering information, initial research, having a dialogue with new information - unlock these skills and you will unlock your life. Make complex topics painless and less intimidating to approach and break down. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. Science-based methods to help your brain absorb and retain more. • Essential memory-boosting techniques • How to deeply encode information into your brain • How to understand the bigger picture of how your brain learns • Understanding the learning mindsets you need, and the ones you must avoid • Models and frameworks for every phase of learning and memory Most people have multiple careers in their lives. Self-learning is how you keep up and adapt. The only thing that is given in life is that it will change. Seasons change. Moods change. You will change. Whatever happens, you will need to adapt to your new circumstances. Survival of the fittest isn't just something that exists in science textbooks - it's what happens in every phase of your life. The ability to learn is what determines whether you sink or swim. https://www.audible.com/pd/B0B7SKNV7K/?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWU-BK-ACX0-318397&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_318397_pd_us #Chabris #Dunlosky #Hartwig #Hollins #PeterHollins #SelfLearn #Selflearning #Soderstrom #SoderstromBjork #HowtoSelf-Learn #RussellNewton #NewtonMG #PeterHollins #TheScienceofSelf Chabris,Dunlosky,Hartwig,Hollins,Peter Hollins,SelfLearn,Selflearning,Soderstrom,Soderstrom Bjork,How to Self-Learn,Russell Newton,NewtonMG,Peter Hollins,The Science of Self

    Surfing the Nash Tsunami
    S3-E39.2 - What An Early Decision Models Tells Us About Fibrosis & Metabolic Diseases

    Surfing the Nash Tsunami

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 13:45


    One of the most important challenges facing Fatty Liver stakeholders involves improving early diagnosis for patients with clinically relevant or advanced fibrosis (F2/3). Today, a significant percentage of patients learn they are living with cirrhosis in the Emergency Department during a decompensating event. Four in ten of these patients in the UK do not leave the hospital. Episode 39 reviewed a model that Ian Rowe and Richard Parker developed to determine the most cost-effective strategy for F2/3 diagnosis.This conversation starts with Louise Campbell agreeing with the vision that led Ian and Richard to build this model. She notes recent data she heard that 85% of all US patients with cirrhosis (and 55% in the UK) learn their diagnoses for the first time in an Emergency Department, which suggests the need to improve earlier diagnosis. She notes that some UK programs are widely cited as examples of good (or best) practice, but, more important, notes that these have been cited as examples for a long time, but also notes that other regions and hospitals have not emulated them. She goes on to ask how the efficiency and number of patients captured in the model would increase if the target expanded to include all patients with metabolic disease. Ian notes that these patients were not included in the model and also suggests that the question reflects a larger question about the goal of this kind of screening.

    Permanently Moved
    2231 - New Cultural Technologies

    Permanently Moved

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 5:02


    The invention of ML tools is as significant as the printing press. These technologies will underpin the creative practice & economy of the 21st Century Full Show Notes: https://www.thejaymo.net/2022/08/06/301-2231-new-cultural-technologies/ Watch 301 on youtube Support the Show! My Blog Permanently moved is a personal podcast 301 seconds in length, written and recorded by @thejaymo

    WhatCulture Wrestling
    WWE SmackDown Preview - SummerSlam FALLOUT! Drew McIntyre Targets Roman Reigns! What Next For Liv Morgan? Maximum Male Models - Next Tag Champs?!

    WhatCulture Wrestling

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 30:35 Very Popular


    Adam and Michael preview tonight's Friday Night SmackDown and discuss...SummerSlam FALLOUT!Drew McIntyre targets Roman Reigns!What next for Liv Morgan?Are we finally getting Gunther vs. Nakamura?Maximum Male Models - next tag champs?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MichaelHamflett@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Electrek
    Tesla Cyber Roundup, Jaguar I-Pace fire, BMW i4 review, and more

    Electrek

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 69:32 Very Popular


    This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy. This week, we discussed Tesla's Cyber Roundup annual meeting, a concerning Jaguar I-Pace fire, our BMW i4 review, and more. The show is live every Friday at 4 p.m. ET on Electrek's YouTube channel. As a reminder, we'll have an accompanying post, like this one, on the site with an embedded link to the live stream. Head to the YouTube channel to get your questions and comments in. After the show ends at around 5 p.m. ET, the video will be archived on YouTube and the audio on all your favorite podcast apps: Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast Pocket Casts Castro RSS We now have a Patreon if you want to help us to avoid more ads and invest more in our content. We have some awesome gifts for our Patreons and more coming. Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast: Watch Tesla (TSLA) Cyber Roundup annual shareholder's meeting and follow the news Elon Musk teases new Tesla factory in Canada Tesla teases Optimus humanoid robot prototype with new image Tesla (TSLA) announces it produced its 3 millionth electric car Tesla Model Y is on track to be the world's best-selling car Tesla Cybertruck update: Higher price and production equipment coming Tesla is testing new version of Solar Roof (v3.5) on employee's homes Tesla finally starts taking Model S and Model X orders in Europe again The Electrek Review: BMW i4 eDrive40 is low effort but still highly enjoyable experience Jaguar I-Pace catches on fire again – is this another Bolt EV battery fire situation? Lucid (LCID) crashes as it slashes 2022 production guidance and burns through $800M Here's the live stream for today's episode starting at 4 p.m. ET (or the video after 5 p.m. ET): https://youtu.be/dBfJkmOQDgM var postYoutubePlayer;function onYouTubeIframeAPIReady() { postYoutubePlayer = new YT.Player( "post-youtube-video" ); }

    EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

    ➤ Connected Kerb selected by New York City ➤ UK: New car registrations fall as supply issues continue to bite ➤ Tesla sells 30,000 China-made vehicles in July, CPCA estimate shows ➤ Tesla reopens orders for Model S & X in Europe ➤ E.ON & Alpitronic Team Up For 2,000 More Charging Stations ➤ Hubject certifies hypercharger, qualifies alpitronic for Plug&Charge ➤ US-Made 2023 Volkswagen ID.4 Is Better Equipped, Cheaper At $37,495 ➤ US-made EV starts at $38,790 for 208-mile version ➤ LDV electric ute goes on sale in NZ – is Australia next? ➤ Vt. Governor Becomes Nation's First to Travel Primarily in All-Electric Vehicle

    After
    Olvidate del Ultimate Driving Machine

    After

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 32:37


    AFTER × E071 • S03E21 It's dangerous to go alone! Take this: Shownotes SUVtopia Lanzamiento: Ford Fiesta Kinetic Design | ↗ Motor1 Argentina Lanzamiento: Fiat Cronos (2023) | ↗ Motor1 Argentina Lobby en marcha: ya hay automotrices que piden prorrogar (otra vez) el ESP obligatorio en Argentina | ↗ Motor1 Argentina The Ultimate Money Machine Cobertura en SupraNews | ↗ YouTube Here's How People Hacked Their Way Around The Paywall The Last Time BMW Made A Basic Feature A Subscription Service | ↗ The Autopian BMW Is Planning to Sell Heated Seats and More as a Subscription (No, Really) | ↗ The Drive BMW Responds to Fury Over Heated Seats Subscription Fee | ↗ The Drive All Tesla Cars Being Produced Now Have Full Self-Driving Hardware | ↗ Tesla Every New Tesla, Including Model 3, To Get Hardware For Full Autonomy | ↗ Road & Track Tesla remotely disables Autopilot on used Model S after it was sold | ↗ The Verge Recomendaciones N¹ ▸ Vindicators 2 | ↗ Adult Swim @ YouTube N² ▸ Pamela Reif | https://www.youtube.com/c/PamelaRf1 N² ▸ Sofía Larios | https://www.youtube.com/c/SofiaLarios N³ ▸ Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe | https://store.steampowered.com/app/1703340/The_Stanley_Parable_Ultra_Deluxe/ F¹ ▸ Decoder: How Mercedes-Benz CEO Ola Källenius is refocusing for an electric future | ↗ Sitio Oficial • ↗ pod.link F² ▸ CELSIOR: A Lexus LS 400 Documentary | ↗ Barchetta @ YouTube Créditos También pueden seguir a Nicolás en ↗ Twitter y ↗ YouTube, y a Franco en ↗ Twitter. Pueden encontrarnos en ↗ YouTube (donde pueden apoyarnos con la ↗︎ membresía), ↗ Instagram, ↗︎ TikTok, ↗ Discord o hasta ↗ Telegram, donde se van a enterar de las últimas novedades antes que nadie.

    Scale Riders Model Car Culture Podcast
    Episode 176: Martin Aveyard "Stoke Models"

    Scale Riders Model Car Culture Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 84:51


    Guest: Martin Aveyard "Stoke Models"Instagram.com/StokemodelsShow Notes: Model Building / 3D Printing / Concept

    Quick Charge
    Quick Charge Podcast: August 3, 2022

    Quick Charge

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 7:37


    Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Stories we discuss in this episode (with links): Tesla applies to patent more precise GPS antenna for self-driving and navigation Tesla is testing new version of Solar Roof (v3.5) on employee's homes Tesla finally starts taking Model S and Model X orders in Europe again Legacy auto BEV growth rate doubles Tesla which drops to 60.9% of total EV market I drove a Lucid Air Grand Touring Performance from LA to San Francisco, here's how it went Toyota's bZ4X recall isn't going great – company offers car buyback GM to expand its Super Cruise network, adding hundreds of thousands of miles of ‘hands-free' roads Faraday Future news suggests financing may be coming soon https://youtu.be/wfWKqAOhC68 var postYoutubePlayer;function onYouTubeIframeAPIReady() { postYoutubePlayer = new YT.Player( "post-youtube-video" ); } Subscribe to the Electrek Daily Channel on Youtube so you never miss a day of news Follow Mikey: Twitter @Mikey_Electric Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify TuneIn Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at tips@electrek.co. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!

    Advancing Health
    Bundled Care Models Improve Outcomes for Moms with Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    Advancing Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:24


    Bundled care programs are a key driver in the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care. In this Members in Action podcast featuring maternal and child health efforts, Aisha Syeda, senior program manager at the AHA is speaking with CJ Stimson, Chief Medical Officer of the Vanderbilt University Medical Employee Health Plan and Senior Vice President of Value Transformation in the Office of Population Health. Together they will discuss how Vanderbilt University Medical Center is working with Metro Nashville Public Schools to provide bundled care solutions which improve maternal health outcomes and provide more value to patients and payers.

    TransMissions: Transformers Toy News and Reviews!

    We've got info from interviews with the Hasbro folks at SDCC last week, Flame Toys has more awesome Furai model kits in the works, and we look over a bunch of leaked images of the yet to be announced Masterpiece Cliffjumper. All this and much, much more on this episode of TransMissions! Check out our “Trips to the Store” video segment on YouTube! This episode was edited by Michael Ordway (@minervion).  Please check out his work in 3D modelling and animation and video and audio post-production at www.michaelordway.com!  Huge thanks to Michael for his hard work! Order our TransMissions Exclusive Cover Variant of IDW’s Transformers Till All Are One #1! Want some TransMissions swag? Check out our online shop, powered by TeePublic! Like what we’re doing and want to help make our podcast even better? If you already support us, thank you! Show Notes: Show Start [00:00:00] Intro [0:00:38] Welcome… Continue reading The post Episode 497 – Feral Fancy Furai Models appeared first on TransMissions Podcast Network.

    TransMissions Podcast: Transformers News and Reviews! - All Shows Feed

    We've got info from interviews with the Hasbro folks at SDCC last week, Flame Toys has more awesome Furai model kits in the works, and we look over a bunch of leaked images of the yet to be announced Masterpiece Cliffjumper. All this and much, much more on this episode of TransMissions! Check out our “Trips to the Store” video segment on YouTube! This episode was edited by Michael Ordway (@minervion).  Please check out his work in 3D modelling and animation and video and audio post-production at www.michaelordway.com!  Huge thanks to Michael for his hard work! Order our TransMissions Exclusive Cover Variant of IDW’s Transformers Till All Are One #1! Want some TransMissions swag? Check out our online shop, powered by TeePublic! Like what we’re doing and want to help make our podcast even better? If you already support us, thank you! Show Notes: Show Start [00:00:00] Intro [0:00:38] Welcome… Continue reading The post Episode 497 – Feral Fancy Furai Models appeared first on TransMissions Podcast Network.

    Emily Chang’s Tech Briefing
    How new dishwasher models use less water than hand-washing methods

    Emily Chang’s Tech Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:06


    Procter and Gamble is trying to come up with a way to sell its dishwashers and the detergent that fuels them.There is a myth that dishwashers use more water than hand-washing, but the company says new models actually use less. For more, KCBS Radio news anchor Holly Quan spoke with Bloomberg Reporter Daniela Sirtori-Cortina. 

    Growth Masterminds Podcast
    Optimized Conversion Models for SKAdNetwork: up to 60% better

    Growth Masterminds Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 12:00


    ingular just released Optimized Conversion Models for SKAN. Essentially, it's automated tech that continuously analyzes your SKAdNetwork set-up and tells you if it finds a better model that will get you more accurate data. 30-35% of marketers aren't using the most optimized SKAN conversion models, and in testing Singular has seen cases where a better model provides 60% better data. In this episode of Growth Masterminds host John Koetsier chats with Singular product manager Evyatar Ram about the new feature, how it works, why it's important, and how it can help mobile marketers who are running mobile app growth campaigns for iOS.

    How to Be Awesome at Your Job
    788: Roger Martin Shares How to Make Better Strategic Choices By Rethinking Your Models

    How to Be Awesome at Your Job

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 45:33 Very Popular


    Roger Martin reveals how to identify the unconscious mental models holding you back from more superior management effectiveness. — YOU'LL LEARN — 1) Why people will resist correcting outdated models 2) Powerful questions to dismantle outdated models 3) The simple word shift that makes you more strategic Subscribe or visit AwesomeAtYourJob.com/ep788 for clickable versions of the links below. — ABOUT ROGER — Professor Roger Martin is a writer, strategy advisor and in 2017 was named the #1 management thinker in the world. He is also former Dean and Institute Director of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto in Canada. • Book: A New Way to Think: Your Guide to Superior Management Effectiveness • Twitter: @RogerLMartin • Website: RogerLMartin.com • Medium: Playing to Win Practitioner — RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW — • Book: Art as Experience by John Dewey • Book: Lord of the Flies by William Golding • Book: Social Limits to Growth by Fred Hirsch See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    The Drone Trainer Podcast
    150. Solar Models & Shade Reports with Drones

    The Drone Trainer Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 62:17 Very Popular


    New theme music, short intro, and no outro... what do you think? If you're looking to make the jump from sporadic revenue to scalable and consistent growth in your drone business, TDT Pro is for you! Check out The Drone Trainer Pro right here! Devin Clark is back to discuss his drone business growth, and his new income streams. Listen in to hear about how he's working with solar companies, as well as his new venture into multispectral agricultural work. Where to find Devin: Website: Digital Mapping Consultants Facebook Instagram

    Artificial Intelligence in Industry with Daniel Faggella
    Large Language Models in the Enterprise - with Mark Russinovich, CTO of Microsoft Azure

    Artificial Intelligence in Industry with Daniel Faggella

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:45


    Today's guest is Mark Russinovich, CTO of Microsoft Azure. In this episode, we focus on large language models, and Mark speaks with us about two distinct topics. First, he discusses actual, in-the-field applications of large language models today. Mark goes over several of them, but one use-case with Carmax is particularly useful for natural language generation in an enterprise use-case. Secondly, Mark talks about what he would recommend for enterprise leaders who would like to look at their own business and identify where they can apply the value of large language models within their enterprise and the particular workflows that might be optimal for LLMs. This episode is sponsored by Kisaco Research. This year, the Kisaco Research AI Hardware Summit takes place from September 13th through September 15th at the Santa Clara Marriott in California. Mark is among many distinguished speakers, including infrastructure and AI leaders at Meta, Wells Fargo, Salesforce, and more.

    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah: The Entourage Podcast
    Gotta Look Up to Get Down ft. John Cullen (Blocked Party, the P.O.D. Kast)

    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah: The Entourage Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 80:20


    Models models models! Comedian and podcast host John Cullen stops by to talk about Vincent Chase moonlighting as a model, Ari considering taking the studio job and Drama striking out again and again. This is a long one so buckle in and enjoy! Follow Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah on TikTok Follow Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah on IG Follow Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah on Twitter Listen to the Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah Music Playlist

    On the Origin of Battlemechs
    OtOoB Ep 106: The Talon

    On the Origin of Battlemechs

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 39:18


    In this ep Brent and Derek discuss the Talon. [0:00] - Introduction [2:35] - Models [27:48] - Data Dive: Lyran Commonwealth Part 7 [36:03] - Sources Edited by: P.C. "Mothman" McKenna Patreon Twitter: @OriginofMechs Discord Email: ontheoriginofbattlemechs@gmail.com Student Patrons: Harris Hoffman, Boy_inna_mech, Squared, Austin B, and Mario Research Assistant: Torchfire Katayama, and P.C. "Mothman" McKenna Ace Pilots: John Keith III, Metal Ed, and Jesty Field Marshal: Stahlkater and Field Admeiral Chiraneau

    Plug In For More
    Episode 12 - GM EV1 - A Look Back

    Plug In For More

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 22:54


    Welcome to the Plug In For More podcast!  Mike, Tom, and Bryant are here to help you on your journey to an Electric vehicle future.  Each episode we discuss current events, trends, and a specific topic of education related to EV's.  We bring together a diverse experience set, and pair it with guests who are experts in the field.  For even more information on EV's, check out www.EVUniverse.com.In this Episode, we talk with Steve Haas, who was involved in the General Motors EV1 project.  He shares his involvement, insight and reflections on what was a pioneering vehicle, well ahead of its time.  

    Beyond The Bump
    Should I go public or private? MGP? What are the different models of care for pregnancy? with midwife, Beth Ryan of @birthwithbeth_

    Beyond The Bump

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 76:13


    In our 140th episode of Beyond the Bump, we chat with midwife, Beth Ryan. Beth runs a beautiful Instagram page called @birthwithbeth_ and we chat to her all about the different models of care. You've just found out you're pregnant, what do you do first? What are the main differences between private care vs. public care in pregnancy? What does it mean if you hold private health insurance but you're in a public hospital? Why would you do that? What's the ballpark figure on public vs private? Does private health insurance cover outpatient care? How to go about choosing a private obstetrician that's right for you? If you're considered moderate to high risk, is it better to go with private care? Is it true that private doctors also deliver at public hospitals? What is midwifery group practice (MGP)? And how do you get a place in one? If it's not indicated for medical reasons, is an elective cesarian an option in public care? If you are wanting a v-back is there a certain route that is best? Where does a doula fit into the birthing room and are they generally “allowed” in all births? Where does a private midwife fit in if you are birthing in a private hospital? And what is the benefit of having a private midwife? And SO MUCH MORE   Beyond the Bump is a podcast brought to you by Jayde Couldwell and Sophie Pearce! A podcast targeted at mums, just like you! A place to have real conversations with honest and authentic people.   Follow us on Instagram at @beyondthebump.podcast to stay up to date with behind the scenes and future episodes.    This episode of Beyond the Bump is brought to you by KiwiCo: All our listeners will know that we like to get outside with our kids!  Yep definitely better parents when outdoors, but with nap times, sometimes the weather, this is often not possible! Yep and that's when our beloved Kiwi Co Panda crates come in handy!  That they do! For those who haven't heard us rabbit on about KiwiCo's Panda Crates before, first of all, where have you been? Second of all, they are subscription boxes designed for 0-2 year olds that are filled with age appropriate toys and activities that all have a research-based approach to play!  Yep, what's better than throwing a box of activities to your kids knowing they are learning as you put your feet up.  I'll tell you what's better, the fact that every second month, two months worth of activities arrive straight to your doorstep too!!  Its brilliant! Parenting smarter not harder - that's my motto!  Exactly! Goldie has been loving the peg puzzle which helps her to learn shapes, build her fine motor skills and explore problem solving all at once!  What a clever cookie. Yumi loves that one too. She has also been learning shapes through the squishy shapes and when she is over that uses them as pillows for her dolls which is very cute and keeps her busy for even longer!!  Win win! If you want to create a foundation for learning with Panda Crate from KiwiCo too, you can get 30% off your first month on ANY crate line (for any age) with the code BTB30 at kiwico.com

    Full Proof Theology
    55 - Uri Brito on Writing with Wit, Biblical Models of Rhetoric, and Postmillennialism

    Full Proof Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 41:54


    In this interview with Uri Brito, we discuss his background and development as a pastor, theologian, and writer. We explore the topic of writing with satire, rhetorical effectiveness, and modeling the rhetoric of God. We close with a discussion on postmillennialism. Is satire redeemable? Why do Christians avoid certain modes of discourse? What if the way I communicate stops someone from hearing the gospel? What is postmillennialism and why does it matter?Bio from Uribrito.com: “Rev. Dr. Uriesou T. Brito is the Senior Pastor of Providence Church in Pensacola, Fl.  He was ordained to the Gospel Ministry in 2009. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Studies from Clearwater Christian College, a Masters of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Fl and has successfully defended his doctoral thesis from RTS in Pastoral Theology...Dr. Brito is the editor of The Church-Friendly Family (purchase the printed book here) and author of The Trinitarian Father. He is the co-author of a commentary on Ruth and the recently published commentary on Jonah. He also co-wrote a small booklet on pipe-smoking.He is the founder and contributor to The Kuyperian Commentary and a board member at Theopolis Institute and the Senior Fellow of Pastoral Theology for the Center for Cultural Leadership. He has been published at The Christian Post, Theopolis Institute, and other on-line journals and blogs. You can visit his main website at kuyperian.com”YouTube Version - https://youtu.be/814v7WnFtQsPatreon - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavishttps://kuyperian.com/Twitter - https://twitter.com/uribrito?lang=enhttps://uribrito.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/uriesou

    First Baptist Church Many, Louisiana - Messages-Podcasts
    Models of the Mind of Christ - Philippians 2:16-30 - by Bo Owens

    First Baptist Church Many, Louisiana - Messages-Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 31:30


    Anticipating The Unintended
    #179 The Flesh is Willing but the Mind is Weak

    Anticipating The Unintended

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 23:45


    Global Policy Watch: Energy Is Flagging Insights on burning policy issues from an Indian lens— RSJWho do you think has a better long-term view of the world? An administration struggling to control inflation and rising oil prices, one that’s facing midterm elections with the lowest approval ratings, or large institutional investors projected to own about 20 per cent of all US listed companies by 2028? I don’t know. I mean, it is conventional wisdom that all that the likes of Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street care about is making profits on their investments. On the other hand, the government is expected to take long-term decisions in the interest of society. But when you own 20 per cent of everything, I would suspect you will conclude there’s no other way to maximise profits except trying to do good for everyone. I mean, there won’t be a lot of arbitrage left anymore in choosing specific industries or sectors. You will have to do ‘sabka saath, sabka vikaas’. No wonder ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) investing has been important for these large institutional investors. That ESG is now a critical agenda tracked by the board of every company because of these investors' efforts. All good. Now, let’s look at the incentives of political parties. It is to win elections. Everything else follows only after you have the keys to power. And elections in democracies are a permanent affair. There’s a key election of some kind happening every other year. Will a political party craft a policy that’s painful in the short run but good in the long run? They do, but it requires a combination of inspiring leadership or ideology, a looming crisis and a powerful communication strategy to walk on this difficult path. That’s rare. Instead, what you have is parties taking the easy, opportunistic way out while hoping it will somehow make sense in the long run. Two Roads DivergedHere are two news items from last week for you.#1: Democrats may be on the verge of passing historic climate legislation after all.The $369 billion of climate spending in the Inflation Reduction Act that Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) announced on Wednesday includes funding for clean energy and electric vehicle tax breaks, domestic manufacturing of batteries and solar panels, and pollution reduction.If the bill’s policies work as intended, it would push American consumers and industry away from reliance on fossil fuels, penalize fossil fuel companies for excess emissions of methane, and inject needed funds into pollution cleanup.The bill would use tax credits to incentivize consumers to buy electric cars, electric HVAC systems, and other forms of cleaner technology that would lead to less emissions from cars and electricity generation, and includes incentives for companies to manufacture that technology in the United States. It also includes money for a host of other climate priorities, like investing in forest and coastal restoration and in resilient agriculture.#2: Blackrock warns it will vote against more climate change resolutionsBlackRock (BLK.N) said on Tuesday it expected to support fewer shareholder resolutions on issues such as climate change in the current season of annual general meetings, as many proposals were too prescriptive.While BlackRock said its view on the importance of managing climate risk remained unchanged and it continued to engage with companies over their efforts, a number of resolutions put forward at recent AGMs were too constraining on boards.Among such resolutions that it said it could oppose were those requiring management to stop providing finance to traditional energy companies, or those requiring alignment of bank business models to a specific climate scenario.Among votes that BlackRock has already opposed was an April 13 call for Canadian lender Bank of Montreal to adopt a policy to link financing with the International Energy Agency's Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario.While the US administration is going down the path of spending more on tackling climate change, Blackrock seems to be signalling a u-turn. What Led Them HereSo, back to the question with which we started. Who do you trust is taking a long-term view here?Some context here will help. These moves have come on the back of an energy crisis facing the world today. Most of the commentary on this has attributed this to the Ukraine war and the sanction on Russia that followed. The general view is that this crisis will disappear once the war ends. How true is this? Not very if you look closely. Over the past many years, the energy inventory has been declining because the supply has held flat or gone down while the demand continues to be robust (except for the pandemic blip). The green sources of energy haven’t been able to fill the gap on the supply side. As we have come out of the pandemic, the global demand has gone up (though still below 2019 levels) while the supply isn’t keeping pace. This was even before the Russian invasion. The reasons for this aren’t hard to locate. Conventional energy companies have found it hard to fund new projects because ESG investing norms have made the availability of capital difficult. The so-called ‘extractive industries’ are orphans in capital and debt markets. Most of the growth in energy supplies in the last decade has come from shales. A lot of money was put to work to increase the efficiency of pumping out oil from shales. The three big shale fields in the Permian, the Bakken and the Eagle Ford pumped out enough oil to not have anyone worry about supply shortages anytime in the last decade. But like all good things, we have depleted these fields at rates faster than predicted. There’s been hardly any capacity developed that has backfilled these fields elsewhere. And it is unlikely we will get a second-time lucky so soon in finding rich fields like them. If the market were efficient, we would have seen capital find its way into funding newer sources. But the ESG overdrive led by the Big 3 index funds put up a barrier to that flow. And the energy companies that are making big profits now because of the high prices aren’t themselves putting money into conventional extraction. That would be seen as a negative in the market. So, even they are being constrained by the ESG norms. Into this decadal low in investment in production came the Ukraine war. Things have gone further south since. Europe needs Russian gas, and Putin is enjoying the gradual choking of the supply that will make things worse during the oncoming winter. Only last week, Russia’s Gazprom told its customers in Europe it cannot guarantee gas supplies because of ‘extraordinary’ circumstances. Heh!Gazprom said stopping another turbine at the Nord Stream 1 pipeline would cut daily gas production to 20%, halving the current level of supply. It is likely to make it more difficult for EU countries to replenish their stores of gas before winter.The Nord Stream 1 pipeline, which pumps gas from Russia to Germany, has been running well below capacity for weeks, and was completely shut down for a 10-day maintenance break earlier this month.The European Commission has urged countries to cut gas use by 15% over the next seven months after Russia warned it could curb or halt supplies altogether. Under the proposals, the voluntary target could become mandatory in an emergency. On Tuesday energy ministers will meet in Brussels in an attempt to sign off the plans.But numerous opt-outs are expected amid resistance from some member states.To this, add that the US has been depleting its SPR (Special Petroleum Reserves) to boost supply and keep prices under control. Last week it announced another 20 million barrels were released from SPR. But this isn’t sustainable, and it is likely this is the last of it.I don’t know about you, but I think the supply situation looks to worsen in the future. Evaluating the ResponsesNow, look at the two news articles that we started with. After a decade of not adding real capacity to boost energy supply, starving investments in conventional energy, stupidly shutting down nuclear plants and going for investments in wind and solar that are by themselves energy and capital intensive to set up, we are here with two kinds of response.  One is from the US government. Instead of finding ways to invest in the sector to solve this crisis is going the other way. Releasing special reserves, cutting taxes on gasoline, placing more restrictions on the conventional energy sector and planning to deficit fund more investments in green energy without a clear answer on how it will help with supply. These will only increase demand in the short term without any corresponding increase in supply to address it.The other is from the face of greedy capitalism, Blackrock, who thinks we might have overdone the ESG investment thesis without fully appreciating the unintended consequences of starving the oil and gas sector of investments. Maybe the rhetoric against conventional energy has gone overboard without an immediate answer to the supply shortfall. So, some calibration is needed now. Else, there will be significant pain ahead with misallocation of investments and a deepening energy crisis. The poor and the developing nations are most affected by higher oil prices. And poverty is worse for climate change. More than fossil fuels.  Those then are the two narratives. As London and NYC sweat in an unprecedented heat wave this summer, you know who will win the narrative battle. The war will be lost though. Thanks for reading Anticipating the Unintended! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support our work.A Framework A Week: Building Models Tools to help think about public policy— RSJLast week I came across this piece on ‘Models as mediating instruments’ by Margaret Morrison and Mary S. Morgan. You should read the full chapter. The authors lay out the importance of model building in helping us learn about theories and how they might operate in the world:Models are one of the critical instruments of modern science. We know that models function in a variety of different ways within the sciences to help us to learn not only about theories but also about the world. So far, however, there seems to be no systematic account of how they operate in both of these domains.And then, they proceed to outline how we should think about developing models that function as autonomous agents and as instruments of investigation of the world. Here’s a short extract from their introduction to model building:In order to make good our claim, we need to raise and answer a number of questions about models. We outline the important questions here before going on to provide detailed answers. These questions cover four basic elements in our account of models, namely how they are constructed, how they function, what they represent and how we learn from them.Construction What gives models their autonomy? Part of the answer lies in their construction. It is common to think that models can be derived entirely from theory or from data. However, if we look closely at the way models are constructed we can begin to see the sources of their independence. It is because they are neither one thing nor the other, neither just theory nor data, but typically involve some of both (and often additional ‘outside’ elements), that they can mediate between theory and the world. In addressing these issues we need to isolate the nature of this partial independence and determine why it is more useful than full independence or full dependence. Functioning What does it mean for a model to function autonomously? Here we explore the various tasks for which models can be used. We claim that what it means for a model to function autonomously is to function like a tool or instrument. Instruments come in a variety of forms and fulfil many different functions. By its nature, an instrument or tool is independent of the thing it operates on, but it connects with it in some way. Although a hammer is separate from both the nail and the wall, it is designed to fulfil the task of connecting the nail to the wall. So too with models. They function as tools or instruments and are independent of, but mediate between things; and like tools, can often be used for many different tasks. Representing Why can we learn about the world and about theories from using models as instruments? To answer this we need to know what a model consists of. More specifically, we must distinguish between instruments which can be used in a purely instrumental way to effect something and instruments which can also be used as investigative devices for learning something. We do not learn much from the hammer. But other sorts of tools (perhaps just more sophisticated ones) can help us learn things. The thermometer is an instrument of investigation: it is physically independent of a saucepan of jam, but it can be placed into the boiling jam to tell us its temperature. Scientific models work like these kinds of investigative instruments – but how? The critical difference between a simple tool, and a tool of investigation is that the latter involves some form of representation: models typically represent either some aspect of the world, or some aspect of our theories about the world, or both at once. Hence the model’s representative power allows it to function not just instrumentally, but to teach us something about the thing it represents. LearningAlthough we have isolated representation as the mechanism that enables us to learn from models we still need to know how this learning takes place and we need to know what else is involved in a model functioning as a mediating instrument. Part of the answer comes from seeing how models are used in scientific practice. We do not learn much from looking at a model – we learn more from building the model and from manipulating it. Just as one needs to use or observe the use of a hammer in order to really understand its function, similarly, models have to be used before they will give up their secrets. In this sense, they have the quality of a technology – the power of the model only becomes apparent in the context of its use. Models function not just as a means of intervention, but also as a means of representation. It is when we manipulate the model that these combined features enable us to learn how and why our interventions work.The whole chapter and Mary Morgan’s book (The World in the Model: How Economists Work and Think) is a great tool for building models.  India Policy Watch: Hoping Against HopeInsights on burning policy issues in India - Pranay KotasthaneEarlier this week, the union cabinet approved a revival package for the ever-embattled Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) worth ₹1.64 lakh crores. Let’s analyse this decision ground-up Let’s look at the two stated aims. The first argument is that the presence of BSNL in the telecom market acts as a market balancer; it plays a significant role in providing services to rural areas and during natural disasters. The second argument is that the telecom sector is strategic; hence, BSNL will become the vehicle for the government to “promote indigenous 4G technology development”. In other words, BSNL will have to commission an atmanirbhar 4G technology that Tata Consultancy Services and C-DOT are developing. A part of the bailout—₹22,471 crores—is allocated for capital expenditure on this deployment.For a moment, assume that both objectives are desirable. The question is, are there alternative methods to achieve the two stated objectives?Given the positive externalities of network infrastructure today, government intervention in rural connectivity makes sense. But the instrument required to achieve this objective doesn’t require the government to produce this service by itself through a public sector unit. The same objective could be achieved by a government procurement contract which finances private sector players for capital expenditure on network infrastructure in low-density areas. Think of a non-coercive version of the Regional Air Travel Connectivity Scheme - UDAN, but for mobile connectivity. This method would likely be far cheaper than attempting to revive a government-run company that incurs losses despite playing a game in which the umpire also belongs to the same team. This would be beneficial for the people living in far-flung areas too. Why condemn them to slow 3G services of BSNL when the government can finance private players to provide 4G services instead?Next, consider the strategic necessity argument. 4G was introduced in India a full decade ago. When the world (and India) is commissioning 5G connectivity, an Indian consortium has now done trials for home-grown 4G technology. Granted, that 4G is not going away anytime soon, but why should it now be shoved down BSNL’s throat? To me, it seems like a classic error—a violation of the Tinbergen Rule, which we had discussed in edition #135. The rule says: use one policy instrument for just one target (or as few as possible). Burdening one instrument with several objectives often results in a system that fulfils none. In the current case, it means that BSNL can either be an instrument to connect remote areas or it can be a testbed for indigenous technologies, but not both. To expect it to do both would make things tougher for an already troubled entity. More important, it would be a waste of taxpayers’ hard-earned money.Since allowing adversaries to manage your core networks is a strategic vulnerability, a better alternative would be to give domestic players a target for eliminating Huawei from their 4G networks over time. If the indigenous solution is any good, some players will consider opting for it. The second option is to support the indigenous 4G’s go-to-market programmes in other countries. Either way, the objective can be achieved without hoping against the BSNL hope.Finally, a reminder. The cost to society for one rupee raised by governments in India is ₹3 (Marginal Cost of Public Funds). So, Indians will be incurring nearly ₹5 lakh crores. For comparison, that is nearly 10 per cent of RBI’s foreign exchange reserves in equivalent rupees. Is protecting BSNL really worth this kind of expenditure?Course Advertisement: Admissions for the Sept 2022 cohort of Takshashila’s Graduate Certificate in Public Policy programme are now open! Visit this link to apply.PolicyWTF: Playing with Fire AgainThis section looks at egregious public policies. Policies that make you go: WTF, Did that really happen? - Pranay KotasthaneA couple of weeks ago, a film poster depicting Kaali Maa began an outrage cycle. As it happens with frightening regularity nowadays, it culminated in a couple of FIRs being filed against the director. Forget the fact that the movie was released in Canada by an Indian citizen from Tamil Nadu; the FIRs were nevertheless registered in Delhi and UP. It’s not worth spending time and energy on these Whack-A-Mole outrages. What concerns me more is the Indian High Commission in Ottawa’s press release. It read:We have received complaints from leaders of the Hindu community in Canada about disrespectful depiction of Hindu Gods on the poster of a film showcased as part of the 'Under the Tent' project at the Aga Khan Museum, Toronto.Our Consulate General in Toronto has conveyed these concerns to the organizers of the event.We are also informed that several Hindu groups have approached authorities in Canada to take action.We urge the Canadian authorities and the event organizers to withdraw all such provocative material. In the past, the official Indian position would have been to play the matter down and leave the issue to the host country. It is unusual and disappointing for an Indian embassy to act as a messenger for religious groups in other countries. Canadian citizens of the Hindu faith aren’t Indians. This admonishment by an Indian government entity is out of place.I say that the government is playing with fire here because acting on behalf of citizens of other countries—for whatever reason—is a slippery slope. There’s a reason that Indian immigrants are welcomed in many countries. Contrast that with China. The aggressive opposition by some Chinese immigrants against criticisms of the Chinese Communist Party in their host country ends up being detrimental to all Chinese immigrants. It’s in India’s interest that emigrants become trustworthy members of their host community. We shouldn’t go down the path China has.HomeWorkReading and listening recommendations on public policy matters[Article] In the last edition, we had written about the Enforcement Directorate’s zeal to slap charges of money laundering. This week, the Supreme Court upheld its powers under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). In his latest column, Pratap Bhanu Mehta explains why this implies, “Rather than being the guardian of rights, the Supreme Court is now a significant threat to it”.[Podcast] In the latest Puliyabaazi, we take a long hard look at the consequences of emigration on India. [Article] How can the government intervene to reduce dependence on Chinese pharma APIs? Bambawale et al. explain.[Paper] Jonathan Haidt has helpfully combined all the latest research on social media’s impact on society in this one master document. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit publicpolicy.substack.com

    Daily Sales Tips
    1270: 8 Reasons Your Team Isn't Creating More Opportunities #5 – Models – Jeff Bajorek

    Daily Sales Tips

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 3:22


    "Don't leave their potential on the floor just because you haven't provided the necessary and relevant context for how to use the tools that you've worked hard to give them." - Jeff Bajorek in today's Tip 1270 Do you have the right models? Join the conversation at DailySales.Tips/1270 and check out the links! Have feedback? Want to share a sales tip? Call or text the Sales Success Hotline: 512-777-1442 or Email: scott@top1.fm

    Global Economy Podcast
    Episode 85: Industrial Data Sharing Models and the Proposed EU Data Act with Sicco Lehmann-Brauns

    Global Economy Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 33:25


    In this online conversation, Matthias Bauer talks to Sicco Lehmann-Brauns, the Senior Director of Research and Innovation Policy at Siemens about the EU’s proposed Data Act regulation. They discuss how data is currently being shared among businesses and individuals, how data could be...

    The Real Python Podcast
    Natural Language Processing and How ML Models Understand Text

    The Real Python Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 58:49


    How do you process and classify text documents in Python? What are the fundamental techniques and building blocks for Natural Language Processing (NLP)? This week on the show, Jodie Burchell, developer advocate for data science at JetBrains, talks about how machine learning (ML) models understand text.

    SUNcast
    #94 –Showdown at Keyworth, Mathematical Models

    SUNcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 105:29


    In a true showdown at Keyworth Stadium, United pulled out the stoppage-time magic this week and stole the point on the road. Now, they hope to pick up the full three points when they play USL Wooden Spoon leaders NYRB II. The cast is optimistic about the chances to pick up a big win and continue the unbeaten run. We also take a run at the latest projections from John Morrissey ( @usltactics ) and debate which clubs, Phoenix, are still seen as too high. Before we leave this week, it is SummerSlam this weekend, so Earl gives you his matches to watch. Find out more at https://somosmas.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-166b1c for 40% off for 4 months, and support Somos Mas.

    Laravel News Podcast
    Approving models, hot refreshing, and route registrars

    Laravel News Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 44:51


    Jake and Aaron discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.This episode is sponsored by Honeybadger - combining error monitoring, uptime monitoring and check-in monitoring into a single, easy to use platform and making you a DevOps hero. Show links Laravel 9.21 introduces a fresh look for Artisan Laracon Online is now accepting speaker submissions Build APIs in Laravel with the Restify package A package to require approval before persisting model data Create select options from enums, Laravel models, and more Laravel Blade hot refresh with Vite A simple draft and revision system for Laravel Building your website using Jigsaw Working with data in API integrations Logging external HTTP requests with Laravel Telescope Add useful info to the Laravel about command Using route registrars in your Laravel application

    The Baddie B Mindset Podcast
    Episode 85: Tune into your authenticity with BBU Student Alana Sevigny

    The Baddie B Mindset Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 21:25


    Welcome back to the podcast Baddie!  On today's podcast episode I am bringing back yet another BBU alumni to share their experience!  Alana joined BBU in March of this year (2022) and since joining has reclaimed her authenticity! From tuning into her divine femininity, to healing old wounds, to manifesting an amazing travel opportunity, and quitting an unfulfilling career...Alana shares it inside today's episode! If you're currently feeling chaotic and overwhelmed about who you are and what your purpose is...this is your sign that you are close. Keep at it

    The Data Chief
    Swiss RE's SVP of P&C R&D, Jerry Gupta on AI Innovation and Building Revenue-Enhacing Data Models

    The Data Chief

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 50:46


    Swiss RE's SVP of P&C R&D, Jerry Gupta is a firm believer in the revenue-generating potential and AI and machine learning. On this episode of The Data Chief, Jerry offers his view on innovative data model, frameworks for building and operationalizing these models, what makes a good data scientist, and why it will always be more challenging for data teams to maintain existing models vs. innovate new ones. Tune in to learn:The difference between ost cutting versus revenue-enhancing initiatives 03:20 More about the Data Model framework 07:50 Why the quality of your output depends on the quality of your input 11:35 How to address the shortfall of data scientists in the job market 13:48 How to set more clear value statements for models 27:56 More about informing the regulation of ethical AI and machine learning 45:33Mentions:McKinsey Global Survey: "The state of AI in 2021" "Unreasonable effectiveness of learning neural networks: From accessible states and robust ensembles to basic algorithmic schemes" Tom Davenport International Risk Governance Center - EPFLGet even more insights from data and analytics leaders like Jerry on The Data Chief.  Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at mission.org.

    Data & Science with Glen Wright Colopy
    Jack Fitzsimons | Evil Models: Hiding Malware in Neural Networks

    Data & Science with Glen Wright Colopy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 51:30 Very Popular


    Jack Fitzsimons | Evil Models: Hiding Malware in Neural Networks Did you know that it's possible to hide malware in neural networks? Actually, you can hide malware in many statistical models. This is the subject of two recently-published papers (aptly titled "EvilModel" & "EvilModel 2.0"). Dr. Jack Fitzsimons makes it easy to understand how this is done, using techniques that began long before computers.     Watch or listen on...  Youtube: https://youtu.be/QBnk8ogL8Nk Podbean: https://dataandsciencepodcast.podbean.com/e/jack-fitzsimons-evil-models-hiding-malware-in-neural-networks/

    The Baddie B Mindset Podcast
    Episode 84: Ditch Victimhood with BBU Student Lisandra Rubalcava 

    The Baddie B Mindset Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 31:26


    Welcome back to the podcast Baddie!  On today's podcast episode I am bringing on one of my previous BBU students, Lisandra Rubalcava!  Lisandra joined BBU in March of this year (2022) and has shared her experience since joining BBU! From overcoming victimhood, to manifesting a NEW career, to confidently expressing her own definition of a Baddie...Lisandra shares it all inside today's episode! If you are currently limiting yourself or playing small in anyway, this is your sign to PIVOT. CHANGE. Move differently and you will receive differently. Tune in to hear all about it.  Connect with Lisandra on: IG: @LisandraRubalcava Facebook: https://bit.ly/HealthyBalancedandEmpowered YouTube: https://bit.ly/LisandraRubalcava Link tree: @LatinxHealth24  TikTok: @LisandraRubalcava SIGN UP FOR MY 10 WEEK PROGRAM BADDIE B UNIVERSITY 7/25-7/29 https://baddiebmindset.thinkific.com/courses/baddie-b-university-summer-2022 Vibe with the baddies on Instagram: @baddiebmindset www.baddiebmindset.com

    Inside Outside
    Innovation Models and Creative Problem Solving: IO2020 Replay with Karen Holst, Author of Start Within

    Inside Outside

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 24:48


    In honor of our upcoming IO2022 Innovation Accelerated Summit, which is happening September 19th and 20th in Lincoln Nebraska, thought it'd be nice to pull some of the best interviews and sessions from our IO2020 Virtual Event. So, over the next few weeks, check out some of our amazing speakers and grab a ticket for the upcoming event. We'd love to see you there. Tickets and more information can be found IO2022.com. And now back to the show. Inside Outside Innovation is a podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Karen Holst, Author of Start WithinBrian Ardinger: Karen Holst is the Author of Start Within. Karen and I met a couple months ago. Probably in mid pandemic. She had me on her show. She has a LinkedIn show that she hosts and you're always bringing on some amazing guests. I had a great opportunity to talk to her and talk about what's going on in innovation and entrepreneurship, and this intersection between corporate and startups and such. I'll turn it over to Karen to talk a little bit more. Karen Holst: Great. Thank you. I am coming in from New Zealand. I originally was in San Francisco and then moved to Montreal for a couple years and still had San Francisco based work. So, I never really changed my profile in LinkedIn. It was very confusing. I had these, this double life going on, where I was spending half my year in California and half in Montreal. And then had the opportunity to come to Auckland and, and it's been an adventure, especially given the, the time that we're in right now.So, thank you for joining and I appreciate everyone sharing why they're joining here today. And I, I will tell you what I get excited about when it comes to innovation. It is unlocking people and doing this work and oftentimes that can be myself when I feel blocked up or maybe a little over my head in what I'm trying to do. Or it might be the team members and the people I'm consulting and bringing along and doing this work. So that's what I'm here to talk about today. Quick introduction on myself. My background, I had started a company after acquisition. I joined the California Department of Education and had this moment of what does it mean to innovate in a large organization, a state agency, no matter. And that being very different and that leading to writing the book. I joined IDEO and I also teach through LinkedIn learning. So that's the quick and dirty on me. I want to share a quick story on the importance of being bold and what it means to innovate and be the person that's igniting that in others. And this goes back to my ed tech startup. I was a co-founder in my early twenties and definitely feeling a little over my head.We were going after another round of funding. And I really needed to catalyze teams to think differently and start solving new challenges. And I had reached out to a woman that I, I didn't know, but she was someone I really respected in the corporate world and had grown businesses. She was gracious enough to give me 15 minutes of her time.And I sat down with her in a video call and said, explain where I was coming from and wanting to, you know, ignite passion and innovation in others. And what advice did she have for me in leading those teams? And she shared out of the gate, she said, don't bake goods and bring them into the office. You'll be seen as the mother caretaker, you know, the baker instead of the leader. And I was floored by that response. One, I'm not a baker. I would not put anyone into the, the task of trying to eat something that I make. I, I can do maybe a simple cake with a mix and cookies. But that is not something I would pride and force on my colleagues.But what I took out of that comment was, you know, assimilate. Fit in. And I looked around and I had, you know, an all-male board from our investment. And we were still looking to diversify our team and hadn't quite landed on how to do that. And so, I did slip a bit in my, what I think was my superpowers and being myself.And that is one of the takeaways is, you know, being yourself and acknowledging your strengths is a big part of this work and innovating. And also doing that with others when you're leading others. So, to be yourself with the caveat of, but better. And I think what all of this leads to is whether you're the optimistic yaysayer and that's me, or the kind of cross your arm, realistic, you know, pointing and poking holes at problems. All of those are great perspectives to have. It's trying to find that balance. And it's in yourself, it's in the teams that you lead. It's how your organization culture is built. All very important. And what it boils down to is being hard on the ideas and soft on people. So not focusing in on, you know, the person that's sharing the idea or talking about it, but really about the, the thing that's being said.And I really want to go deeper in that today. We have such a short amount of time. I'm going to go quickly. Please feel free to ask questions throughout. I can't see them. So, Brian, if you can let me know of any come in, I can slow down. I'll just kick off with, Start Within framework. And that's the book that I co-authored.And then we'll talk about the assumptions and mindsets about, around this work and go into two exercises that come from the book that you can use in your own work. Or you can take the teams. And then finish up with questions, of course. Where the book came from was again, when I had gone from my startup, I was hired within the California Department of Education to be entrepreneurial, but what that means within a larger state agency is very different. We obviously had lots of government funds and policies to work through and to be responsible around. But also needed to move quickly. It was all about bringing technology into the classroom. So that has to move quickly, but also responsibly.And it's also bringing in different ways of thinking. I was looking around for tools to do that. And there's so much amazing work out there on the culture of innovation and what leaders can do. But when you're a doer and you're tactically doing this work, I felt that there was an opportunity for Start Within in writing something about how to launch ideas within a big organization.So that's where it was born. It was focusing in on these doers. And I, I think so much about innovation is around this word that can feel very exclusive. But the people that are doing this work they're innovators. They're close to the problems that are plaguing the company, the customers, the employees. They see the problems and want to fix them.So, they're not just sitting back and saying, that's a problem for someone else. They're ready to take, you know, action. And they want to make things happen. In addition to that, the challenges, the tension is between getting them from that idea to actually seeing it through. That the organization that they work within there's often bias towards doing things the same. Even when we say we want to do, you know, innovate and do things differently, we just have this inclination to go back to, you know, status quo.There's also this amount of work outside of, you know, this idea. It's our day job, but we are hired to do our real responsibilities. And so that can feel overwhelming to try to juggle all of that. And then finally the tools and resources, the tactical support in making this happen. So again, this is where the framework for Start With and kind of was born from. The book is written around having models to identify the viable opportunities, the exercises to unlock creative problem solving. So, each chapter has an exercise that you can do solo, or you can take back to a team and do together. Thinking about the process and, you know, launching an idea with an organization and what that means. And then the strategies to come, overcome the, the obstacles and the roadblocks that come along the way.So, the three phases of Start Within starts with getting ready, then goes into getting set, and go. Briefly covering that, getting ready is all about identifying if your idea is ready to pursue. The assumptions and mindsets and the biases that we have around our idea that might get in the way. And then getting yourself and your idea organized so that when you're moving forward, you have the right things in place.The second section has the chapters around evaluating your organizational's readiness. Building your idea around the processes in place and finding opportunities for, for new ways of thinking. And then aligning to the organizational strategies and finding the people, you know, the stakeholder buy-in along the way.Finally, we finish up with go, and that is building your prototypes. Experimenting your way forward. How to turn a no into a yes, which we're going to cover one exercise today. And then forming and supporting, support as you go and launching your idea. Today, we're going to cover something from Chapter Two, Section One, Assumptions and Mindsets. And then something from Section Three, Turning a No into a Yes.I quickly want to talk about an example of the importance of getting past assumptions and biases. So, in 1997, crash test dummy was kind of the official way that in the United States, we were testing the airbags and effectiveness of, you know, safety belts. And these dummies were built in the seventies by an all-male engineering team.And what we are finding today is that crashes are, are more likely to impact women, children, people of different sizes than these dummies that were built. And they were really reflective of the all-male American engineering team that built them. You know, they didn't take into account all the different sizes and body parts that we have as humans.The data today from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, females wearing a seatbelt are 17% more likely to be killed when in a frontal car crash than a male. And then there's also a 2019 study from the University of Virginia that the odds of a female occupant being injured in a frontal car crash is 73% greater than the odds of a male occupant.So, all of this was, you know, the crash test dummies were really built to prevent injuries and make the safest cars on the market. But there were assumptions and biases built in them as, you know, humans and making them reflect what they look like versus what, you know, the variety we have in riding and driving cars.In the book, we talk about the layers of assumptions. I'm not going to go deep in them here, but it does start with ourselves, our background, and then goes out into the world that we are surrounded by. And all of this is part of when you recognize these layers and start to peel them back, you get closer to understanding what's blocking great ideas from becoming truly innovative and just being more of the same and incremental changes.The first exercise we're going to go through is debunk the truth. And again, this is something you can do yourself. So, if you have an idea, a, you know, problem you want to solve, you can do this solo. But I think it's far better when you can find a partner and think about it out loud or better when you're leading teams through this work as well.So, the Debunk the Truth exercise is really about you have an idea you're ready to go forward, or you have a problem that you think you've landed on, and before you move on, just pause and say, is what my assumptions and biases that are built into this idea this problem that I'm trying to solve. Actually, taking an account everything. The steps that you go through, there's five steps and it's deceptively simple. You start by listing out the self-evidence statements. Then you're taking out anything that is irrefutable fact. By the way, we're going to go through an example of this. Next to that you're putting the opposition statements. So, this must be true. Then you're giving the statement an opposition. From that point, you reflect on what activities you can do to test and then you're prioritizing them. So, this will all make sense as we walk through it. To think about this, I just challenge you to think about what problems, what ideas are you trying to solve for right now. And that can be in building your business. That can be in specific to a product or service. But if you think about a specific idea or problem, it could be across the spectrum in this phase that you're trying to solve for. Then as I go through these steps, you can think about the steps and how it relates to your work. Now we're going to go through the Debunk the Truth. So, the first step is listing out self-evidence statements about your idea. And this is really easy to do as a consultant or someone outside of the problem, because you can really poke holes. When you're in it, and you're stuck and saying it the same way over and over. But, you know, on a post-it note, you would capture self-evidence statements. About your idea. And each post-it note would be its own statement. For the purpose of this exercise. The idea that I'm going to focus in on was one that I had done with a, a large software company and it was around automation. You know that they're going to move forward on some innovation that would help automate and change their way of thinking. And way of working within the, the company. That would be the idea. The problem that they're trying to solve for. And thinking about the self-evidence statements, some of the ones that we captured were automation will save time. You know, that's an obvious one. Automation will save money. In other words, automation will improve employee morale. You know, there was a lot of work that was being redundant, and these employees could be better using their time elsewhere. And that cost reduction is a business priority.So, we captured lots and lots and lots. I mean, these are just for examples. We didn't just spend a couple minutes thinking about it. We really started to go deeper. And when people would talk generically, you know, trying to get more specific or if they got very specific, trying to get more generic, we're just pulling at this in different directions so we can get as much self-evident statements about that idea of improving automation.This step that is Remove Irrefutable Facts. Most of what you say will not be removed. I mean, we're trying to debunk the truth. So, if you believe everything to be true, it'd be, it's an urge to say, well, these are all irrefutable. But one that we did, you know, cross off in this example was cost reduction is a business priority.The CEO had clearly articulated that it was within all the KPIs and OKRs, and that is not something that we needed to debunk. It is a business priority. So, cost reduction is a business priority, we can take that off. And the rest of these, we kept up there as things to, you know, statements of opposition. That's the second step. The third step is for each of these truths, creating a statement and opposition. So, the thing that makes the opposite, the self-evidence statement here on the left automation will save time. The opposition statement is automation requires time. Self-evidence statement automation will save money. Opposition statement, it will cost money again. To create is one and to maintain is another. Or automation will improve employee morale. Automation may create fear for employees, job loss. So, we went through each one of these statements in opposition and created truth. And created the opposition statement. And when you present this with the team and explain that we're going to do the Statements of Opposition, as humans we immediately want to jump to this step. So we'll say, well, automation saves time, and then we'll immediately want to say, well, that could be, you know, actually the hope is that you could stay in the positive moment and capture as many of those, and then go to the statements of opposition. Rather than doing them concurrently.There's something about the brain that when you focus on the positive truths and then flip it, you get more creative and more insights. The next step is taking these statements of opposition and saying, okay, this is a new insight. Maybe there's more to learn here. And once you're identifying them, putting the activities that you could do to go after.So again, on the left, you have the opposition statements and on the right, you're seeing what were some of the activities that came from that, that we can find more learning to either prove the truth or disprove it. So, on the left automation requires time to create and maintain. Well, maybe we need to investigate frameworks that make automation more simple. Or automation will cost money to create and maintain. What's the breakeven analysis that we need to do? You know, one of the things that came out of that and the opportunities for learning was the team stepping back and saying, actually, you know, we know we want to save money, but we also know that it's going to be a big overhaul if we want to do it right. How much are we allowed to move forward in automation? And how much is this going to have to be over a period of time? It started to ask other questions. And some of the opportunities for learning was going back to leadership and saying, you know, here are the different scenarios. How do we want to break this down? And then the final one was automation may create fear for employees. The activity was, can we interview employees about how they view the future? About how automation might affect their day to day? And they actually had some, HR had done some surveys already. So, in talking about this out loud, HR was like, oh yeah, we have some of this data. I can share that with you. And so, they were able to then go fine tune and go deeper in doing these interviews.But again, you're going to potentially have multiple activities to one opposition statement. You're going to have a whole board of all of this. And you have to step back and say, all right, if we're going to debunk the truth and start uncovering assumptions and biases, we can't do all of these things. So, the final step is actually identifying what has priority. What has the highest risk if it's not disproven or proven. And the highest impact to the efforts that we're taking on.So, in this example, as we rated it with this company, three of them that came up the, you know, higher impact was conducting the break-even analysis and interviewing employees, and then lower impact, lower risk was investigating frameworks that make automation more simple. They had spent a few years doing some of that research.And so, they had some strong findings that they could rely on for that. But again, it was, this is how they would value, rank the activities. If you're in a different company, doing the exact same exercise on the exact same idea, how you prioritize it might look very different. So that is a very, very quick version of this.If you're using this, I say you could do this in 15 minutes and get some people thinking differently. Spending more time going deeper is where you have the aha moments. The having 15 to 30 minutes per step, at the very least you could extend this over days and have it up there and kind of, you have the opportunity for it to ruminate and think about, but really the big opportunity in an exercise like this is also assigning someone to be the yaysayer and someone to be the naysayer.And you might find people that are typically the optimistic person to say, hey, I want you to poke holes in this idea. Or the person that simply got has their arms crossed and can point out all the problems, asking them to be embracing the yaysayer and being the yes, and. And by putting that on people and the team you're making them use their brain differently. And that is all what, you know, innovation is about, is unlocking people and being bolder and expanding their spectrum of how they think about problems and how they identify ideas. So, the second exercise won't take as long to go through. It's also deceptively simple. I love this one for myself when I do it. I try not to do it by myself. I love to do it over wine with my husband, or I'll find a colleague and do it over coffee. Or when I'm doing it, mentoring companies or executives and people within teams, this is a great tool to use. So, it's called the One Maybe at a Time. And then we'll go into the steps, which is the next slide.Three very simple steps. You're finding out why there's a, about, you know, a barrier to the problem. You're exploring the opportunities and then you're finding the tactical solutions for how to move forward. So again, pausing here. What challenge are you currently, or might you be facing soon? An example that I hear often is cut back in resources. Whether that's funding, the number of people that can work toward a project, these are all great barriers to consider.But what challenge are you seeing right now? Or are you predicting and building for, into the future? If you think about that as we go through these steps, I'll give you an example again, but you can use your challenge, your idea, as you know, we go through the steps as well. When I do this in Mural, you have the three sections, you can do it on a whiteboard. You can do it on a wall. Each thing that you're capturing is going to be on its own post-it note. But the first, very first part of the, the problem that you're thinking about is the, the why behind there's a barrier, the roadblock. The, the no, because, and I'm going to give an example from a different software company. So, I was hired to think about, you know, creating the, the 10 vision and working with the leadership to make their innovation roadmap happen. As I was there and looking around recognized that they had a very big problem in diversity. Something that they recognize as well. There were no women in leadership. The diversity of the people that worked there, they had a lot of work to do.And so, towards the end of my project, raising that to the executive that had brought me on as an issue that I'd like to try to address. I got a big fact, no. Because we just hired someone to lead D and I efforts and they're, they're getting onboarded. They're going to take this on. Other, no, because that I would, you know, captured in doing this exercise was, well, no, you weren't hired to do this at all. This is completely out of the scope. No, we don't have the money to, to help, you know, pay for you to do this work. No, you're not an expert in this besides, you know, just being an experienced human in, in the corporate world. So, there were lots of No Becauses and some of them, I heard. Some of them, I believed to be there. Some of them, I predicted if I tried to take this work on. Capturing each of them on a post-it note, and then I paused and said, where's their room for me to do something like what's the, maybe if what's the reframed approach. And again, when you're thinking about innovation, people can get blocked up and wanting to go towards the big prize.But if you can find these incremental tears and thinking differently. And exercising the muscle of finding new ways forward, this will only lead later on down the line to the radical, big thinking. So, I, I love this example for very tactical specific needs. But it is a sprint towards the innovation marathon.It's just one of the things that's going to continue to tweak you and make you better at doing this work and leading this work. So, the maybe if in this example, recapturing the, you know, reframing the opportunities. Maybe if I talked to hiring managers, actively recruiting, we could evaluate effectiveness of currently posted job openings.This was something I could do without big lift. This is something that could make an immediate impact. And teaching and learning from it. Wasn't going to step on any toes. There were some other ideas that we came up with too. I, I sat down with a team of women that were very passionate about this. And thinking about what we could do that was not going to go against what we're there hired to be doing.Final step is the Then What. Like, what is the action plan? What are you going to actually do to move forward and start testing how to move beyond this moment. And that was creating the volunteer led task force that would review the current job postings. And when we did that, there were ideas of putting the job postings in front of women groups, programmers, engineers, product leaders, and getting their feedback.And the feedback immediately was so helpful. It. It allowed us to rethink how we wrote those job descriptions and what requirements we had. In all of this, again, doesn't necessarily feel like a truly innovative new approach. But just the exercise of doing something where you don't accept, no. You find a new way forward. That kind of re pulled back some of the scar tissue of like, oh, you know how things are around here?No, you know, can't make change without it being slow. People started to see that if they move forward, even if it's slowly, incrementally. That they can make a big impact. So, I really love this exercise for that reason because it's super simple. It's easy to do and can make an impact in the long run. Again, this is a, an overview of how you might want to use this either with yourself or by leading teams, but you can do it in very quickly. Spending more time and reflecting, I think, to get true new, you know, ways of approaching it's coming back to it and continuing to say, where are their new opportunities to experiment our way forward?So that is the very, very fast version. If you want to reach out. Just to highlight what we covered, two exercises, this is a way to reach me. I teach an innovation product innovation course on LinkedIn. That's the Bitly. You can find the book on the Link, or you can email me directly. And of course, I'm on LinkedIn. So, you can find me there as well.Brian Ardinger: I love that very much, Karen. You know, the book is great because it's, it's so tactical. You know, it forces you to, you know, here's the questions I need to ask myself or my team. And it gives you that kind of playbook in a variety of different circumstances. So, I encourage people to check that out for sure.Thank you for coming out and being part of this. I know you've got a whole day ahead of you. It's early morning there in, in New Zealand. So, I appreciate you coming out for IO2020 and being a part of it. I want to thank all the attendees for jumping in here. Thanks again.That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. 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