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How are the things we're talking about being talked about somewhere else in the world? Gregory Warner tells stories that follow familiar conversations into unfamiliar territory. At a time when the world seems small but it's as hard as ever to escape our echo chambers, Rough Translation takes you places.
 
The Data Skeptic Podcast features interviews and discussion of topics related to data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the like, all from the perspective of applying critical thinking and the scientific method to evaluate the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
 
The Three Percent Podcast is a weekly(ish) conversation about new books, the publishing scene, international literature in translation, and many other random rants and raves. Chad W. Post of Open Letter Books and Tom Roberge of New Directions and Albertine Bookstore keep things irreverent, informed, and funny in a podcast that'll keep you up to date on the international literary and publishing worlds. Maybe. (Presented by Three Percent @ the University of Rochester.)
 
Each “season” of Two Month Review highlights a new and amazing work of world literature, reading it slowly over the course of eight to nine episodes. Featuring a rotating set of literary guests—from authors to booksellers, critics, and translators—each episode recaps a short section of the book and uses that as a springboard for a fun (and often irreverent) discussion about literature in a general sense, pop culture, reading approaches, and much more. Talking about great books doesn't need t ...
 
A podcast that's enthusiastic about linguistics by Gretchen McCulloch and Lauren Gawne. A weird and deep conversation about language delivered right to your ears the third Thursday of every month. "Joyously nerdy" –Buzzfeed. Listened to all the episodes here and wish there were more? Want to talk with other people who are enthusiastic about linguistics? Get bonus episodes and access to our Discord community at www.patreon.com/lingthusiasm Shownotes and transcripts: www.lingthusiasm.com
 
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The CSB-SCB podcast is owned and operated by the Canadian Society for Biomechanics. Student Representatives, Jackie Zehr and Franziska Onasch, interview experts (academics, industry professionals, practitioners) about the science and practice of biomechanics. Interdisciplinary topics are discussed with a particular focus on research, technology, evidence-based practice, and knowledge translation in the field of biomechanics. New episodes are released on the first Monday of each month. For qu ...
 
Talking Machines: Human conversation about machine learning Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning. Your hosts, Katherine Gorman and Ryan Adams, bring you clear conversations with experts in the field, insightful discussions of industry news, and useful answers to your questions. Machine learning is changing the questions we can ask of the world around us, here we explore how to ask the best questions and what to do with the answers. You can catch new episodes eve ...
 
SYSTRAN has been helping commercial, defense, and national security organizations capture mission-critical data for the last 52 years. We operate globally with locations in Americas, Europe, and Asia.As the first software company to introduce Neural Machine Translation technology, SYSTRAN is continuing to lead the innovation in language technologies. SYSTRAN’s brand new Purely Neural Machine Translation (PNMT) products utilize Neural Networks and Deep Learning algorithms to achieve unprecede ...
 
An inventor has created a machine, a "carburator," which consumes matter entirely. It destroys it on an atomic level, releasing massive amounts of energy, and leaving nothing behind—at least, nothing physical. It turns out that pantheism (the idea that God is present in everything) is true, and the carburator not only releases energy, it releases God—or "the Absolute." As carburators are installed throughout the world, more and more instances of miracles occur, and the people near the carbur ...
 
This podcast seeks to challenge the commonly held assumptions about Japan as harmonious, homogeneous, and traditional by recasting its history as a history of conflict and change, as the history of class struggles, from anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, anti-colonial, and intersectional perspectives.
 
A deep dive into data scientists' day-to-day work, tools and models they use, how they tackle problems, and their career journeys. This podcast helps you grow a successful career in data science. Listening to an episode is like having lunch with an experienced mentor. Guests are data science practitioners from various industries, AI researchers, economists, and CTOs of AI companies. This is hosted by Daliana Liu, senior data scientist. Follow Daliana on Twitter(https://twitter.com/DalianaLiu ...
 
Anastasia Nikolis, Isaac Wheeler, and Sean C. Hughes started talking about poetry a decade ago at Haverford College and never stopped. Now they talk about poems they love and explain how they work to each other and their podcast audience. Black Box (n.): A device which performs intricate functions but whose internal mechanism may not readily be inspected or understood; any component of a system specified only in terms of the relationship between inputs and outputs. Black Box Poetry (n.): A p ...
 
In this podcast, entrepreneur and angel investor Flavio Rump discusses the biggest bottlenecks and the future of drug discovery by speaking with some of the sharpest, most innovative minds in drug discovery, biotechnology and related fields. We talk about machine learning for high-throughput screening, open source drug discovery and other trends that are changing how drug discovery gets done.
 
Catalog description A study of computers as multi-level systems. The machine level—binary representations, instruction sets, von Neumann machines. The assembly level—addressing modes, compiling to the assembly level, language translation principles. The operating system level—loaders, interrupts. Objective The primary objective of this course is for you to obtain a working knowledge of the lower levels of abstraction of a computer system. In your introductory programming classes, you learned ...
 
Teachers know that when classes are done, the beer has been poured, teachers gather around the table, and the talk turns to...teaching. Great (and not so great ideas) are tossed around, argued, praised, and ridiculed. What's been missing is a microphone on the table. Until now. If you're a teacher, and especially if you're teaching in Japan, have a listen. Tony and Charles talk about what they've learned, what works, what doesn't, and what other teachers like you have to say.
 
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Dick Ward & Kate Phillips

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An animated discussion, comparing and contrasting two animated features. They're often Disney (but not always), often musicals (but not always), and often good (but not always). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Wordbee Advanced Translation Management Software

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International Buzz is a podcast about localization, translation, global marketing, and international business relations. Wordbee is a leading translation management system and localization technology provider worldwide, powering enterprises and translation service providers with integrated toolsets for end-to-end localization.
 
The AI Show Live showcases the amazing work that happens with AI at Microsoft. Developers can learn something new in AI in a short amount of time and further be directed to assets that allow them to get started and on the road to success immediately. Tune in Fridays for livestream programming while Seth Juarez works on his current Machine Learning project and Aysegul Yonet works on her Cognitive Services project live on LearnTV also streamed on YouTube. See our full schedule at https://aka.m ...
 
Headquartered in Walldorf, Germany, SAP SE is the market leader in enterprise applications and software. We have locations in more than 130 countries, and 282,000 customers around the world. Learn about SAP’s global corporate operations and discover how we help our customers – and the world – run better.
 
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Nathan Landi is a principal quantitative researcher at TEKSystems. He is on the advisory board of MLOps world. We talk about pre-model analysis using information value, MLOps best practices, multi-stage modeling, tackling complex problems with simple models, interview tips, and how he grew his career from marketing analyst to principal ML researche…
 
Erin Boyle, the Head of Data Science at Myst AI, joins us today to talk about her work with Myst AI, a time series forecasting platform and service with the objective for positively impacting sustainability. https://docs.myst.ai/docs Visit Weights and Biases at wandb.me/dataskeptic Find Better Data Faster with Nomad Data. Visit nomad-data.com…
 
Katrina Leonoudakis joins SlatorPod to discuss her experience as a Japanese-to-English Localization Specialist in the world of anime, manga, and video games. Katrina recounts her early years as a freelance translator and her experience breaking into the entertainment and media space. She shares the main cultural and linguistic challenges when local…
 
Kota is joined by Ken Kawashima, author of The Proletarian Gamble: Korean Workers in Interwar Japan and translator of Theory of Crisis by Japanese Marxist economist Uno Kōzō. We begin the interview by discussing Uno’s methodology in analyzing capitalism called Sandankairon, or three-steps theory. The first step involves elucidating the fundamental …
 
If you hear someone saying /sss/ and /fff/, it’s hard to hear those as anything other than, well, S and F. This is very convenient for understanding language, but it’s less convenient for analyzing it -- if you’re trying to figure out exactly what makes two s-like sounds different, it would be helpful if you could kinda sorta turn the language proc…
 
Dennis Yu is a Revenue and Strategy Leader, currently he is the Merchant Success Team Lead at Shopify, he’s on the advisory board of USC startup accelerator, and he is also leading Talent and Professional Development for Asian ERG at Shopify. Today we’ll talk about what business leaders look for in data science projects and his career journey. Sale…
 
Sean Law, Principle Data Scientist, R&D at a Fortune 500 Company, comes on to talk about his creation of the STUMPY Python Library. Sponsored by Hello Fresh and mParticle: Go to Hellofresh.com/dataskeptic16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts! Visit mparticle.com to learn how teams at Postmates, NBCUniversal, Spotify, and Airbnb use mParticle’…
 
In SlatorPod’s 100th episode, Andrew Bredenkamp, CEO of CLEAR Tech, joins the Pod to talk about the evolution of CLEAR Global, formerly known as Translators without Borders (TWB). Andrew recalls his path to joining CLEAR Global, with leadership roles at content governance platform Acrolinx and TWB, and why he stepped in to drive the tech piece of t…
 
Data scientists and psychics have at least one major thing in common. Both professions attempt to predict the future. In the case of a data scientist, this is done using algorithms, data, and often comes with some measure of quality such as a confidence interval or estimated accuracy. In contrast, psychics rely on their intuition or an appeal to th…
 
Amit Gandhi is a technical fellow and VP at Airbnb. He is a professor in economics at the Wharton School in the University of Pennsylvania. He gave as a master class on economic thinking and a mini-MBA tailored for data scientists. We also talk about his career journey, decision-making, machine learning, economics, and his advice to data scientists…
 
Dan Lee is the an ex-Google data scientist turned founder of DataInterview - an interview prep platform for data scientist. We talked about how to translate model results into dollar amount, fraud detection models, quantitative thinking, data storytelling, best practices in exploratory data analysis (EDA), and interview prep tips. His Linkedin: htt…
 
We've reached the end of 2666 and Chad, Katie, and Brian convene to talk about how amazing the ending is, publishers protecting authors, love and family, the book being a "love letter to literature," the circular nature of the book, and James Joyce. This week's music is "Swoonn" by The Chemical Brothers. If you'd prefer to watch the conversation, y…
 
We've reached the end of 2666 and Chad, Katie, and Brian convene to talk about how amazing the ending is, publishers protecting authors, love and family, the book being a "love letter to literature," the circular nature of the book, and James Joyce. This week's music is "Swoonn" by The Chemical Brothers. If you'd prefer to watch the conversation, y…
 
Dr. Ryan Graham, Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa, discusses his research on the use of machine learning and dynamical systems tools for the evaluation of movement quality and movement screening. As co-chair of the upcoming NACOB conference, Dr. Graham further shares important updates and information about the conference program, and…
 
Marc is a Yale Professor and the founding director of Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. He wrote the best selling book “Permission to Feel”. Today we’ll talk about how we can use emotional intelligence to empower our careers: how to regulate negative emotions how to deal with toxic relationships at work how to influence big stakeholders Follo…
 
Chad and Brian talk about more vampires, about semen, about senseless scene after senseless scene, about WWII, about masterpieces and mediocre writing, about publisher laments, and about other things. This week's music is "Damn These Vampires" by The Mountain Goats. (The Jordan Lake Sessions version, specifically.) If you'd prefer to watch the conv…
 
Chad and Brian talk about more vampires, about semen, about senseless scene after senseless scene, about WWII, about masterpieces and mediocre writing, about publisher laments, and about other things. This week's music is "Damn These Vampires" by The Mountain Goats. (The Jordan Lake Sessions version, specifically.) If you'd prefer to watch the conv…
 
In this episode, we talk about how to use different memory techniques to learn coding with Kylo Robinson, full stack developer, coding coach, and creator of The Great Sync Javascript Mental Model. Kylo talks about how realizing he wasn’t understanding the fundamentals of javascript led him to create a world of memory techniques, what some of those …
 
Andrew Berry is a data science educator at Lighthouse Labs. He has worked with over 100+ students from various backgrounds trying to transition into data science. He teaches data science, coaches aspiring data scientists, and design courses. We talked about the shift in data science interviews, how to tackle coding interviews, future of job search,…
 
In this episode, we talk about product management with Shruti Anand, product manager at Lacework. Shruti talks about getting a bachelors in computer science and masters architecture and software engineering, then pivoting to product management, and how her technical background has given her an edge in her product management career. Show Links DevDi…
 
We're in the home stretch, as Archimboldi appears at last. Chad, Katie, and Brian discuss his origin story, vampires, seaweed, the nature of time, various echoes appearing in this final section, what Bolaño might be saying about himself as a writer through Hans Reiter, and masturbation. Here's a link to the blog post Katie references in this episod…
 
We're in the home stretch, as Archimboldi appears at last. Chad, Katie, and Brian discuss his origin story, vampires, seaweed, the nature of time, various echoes appearing in this final section, what Bolaño might be saying about himself as a writer through Hans Reiter, and masturbation. Here's a link to the blog post Katie references in this episod…
 
In SlatorPod’s final episode for 2021, Florian and Esther are joined by Slator’s very own Andrew Smart to share the top industry highlights over the past year. Florian looks back on 2021, which saw approximately 60 M&A transactions and 25 funding rounds announced this year, with big moves such as TransPerfect acquiring Semantix. For 2022, Florian p…
 
When you look at a series of words that sorta sound like each other, such as pesto, paste, and pasta, it’s easy to start wondering if they might have originated with a common root word. Etymologists take these hunches and painstakingly track them down through the historical record to find out which ones are true and which ones aren’t -- in this cas…
 
Matt Kirk is Daliana's mentor, so it's a very special episode! Matt has been many things in his life: data scientist, software engineer, research analyst (quant), a founder, a c-level executive, and so on. We talked about Matt’s unique career adventure, machine learning solutions he built for startups, how to read people and influence stakeholders,…
 
Chad and Brian tackle the braided narratives that close out "The Part About the Crimes," discussing Michel Butor's thoughts about detective novels (from Passing Time) and the "rules" laid out in 20 Master Plots: And How to Build Them against 2666. Some interesting observations about what the core "mystery" of the book really is, questions about the…
 
Chad and Brian tackle the braided narratives that close out "The Part About the Crimes," discussing Michel Butor's thoughts about detective novels (from Passing Time) and the "rules" laid out in 20 Master Plots: And How to Build Them against 2666. Some interesting observations about what the core "mystery" of the book really is, questions about the…
 
In this episode, we talk about how you can use music to learn code with Sam Aaron, creator and CEO of Sonic Pi. Sam talks about how programming basic games on calculators helped him learn to code, developing a passion for combining music and code, and creating Sonic Pi. Show Links DevDiscuss (sponsor) DevNews (sponsor) New Relic (sponsor) Retool (s…
 
John Fennelly, CEO of Lionbridge, joins SlatorPod to talk about the Super Agency’s journey over the past 25 years since its founding by Rory Cowan. Fennelly recalls his path to joining Lionbridge in mid-2017 after leadership roles at Thomson Reuters and Hireright — and why he stressed the theme of simplification and relentless customer focus in his…
 
Blair Newman is the CTO of Neuton AI. Neuton is a zero-code cloud platform that empowers users of any tech level to apply the best machine learning practices for solving real-world challenges faster. We’ll talk about Neuton AI’s patented deep learning algorithm that doesn’t use back propagation, his career journey, no-code ML use cases, and how doe…
 
In this episode, we talk about how military veterans can translate their skills into tech with iAsia Brown, military veteran and program manager at Microsoft. iAsia talks about transitioning from the military into tech, documenting her learning and landing a job at Microsoft, and helping other military veterans to break into tech as well. Show Link…
 
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