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Klickt hier, um zum Manuskript zu gelangen: http://bit.ly/Deutschlernen_Langsam-gesprochene-Nachrichten_08112018 Täglich von Montag bis Samstag findet ihr hier aktuelle Tagesnachrichten der DW – langsam und verständlich gesprochen. Neben der Audio-Datei gibt es auch den vollständigen Text zum Mitlesen. Hier geht's zur Übersichtsseite: dw.com/langsamenachrichten
A look at the history of intelligence and espionage from Biblical times to social media misinformation.
09/23/2018, Keiryu Liên Shutt, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.
Machines that can learn and correct themselves already perform better than doctors at some tasks, but not all medicine is task based - but will AI doctors ever be able to have a therapeutic relationship with their patients? In this debate, Jörg Goldhahn, deputy head of the Institute for Translational Medicine at ETH Zurich thinks that the future belongs to robot doctors - but Vanessa Rampton, Branco Weiss fellow at McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy, says they'll never be able to emulate the empathy required. We're also joined by Michael Mittelman, executive director of the American Living Organ Donor Fund, who has had complex healthcare needs for his whole life - to explain what he feels about the prospect of his care delivered by machine. Read the full debate: https://www.bmj.com/content/363/bmj.k4669
Radio blackouts and geomagnetic and solar radiation storms sound more like things from Doctor Who but space weather’s impacts on our daily lives are huge. So much so that space weather is listed by the government as one of the highest priority natural hazards in the UK National Risk Register. In this episode UCL’s space weather guru Professor Lucie Green shares her experiences working with Catherine Burnett from the Met Office and how space weather forecasting can literally save lives.
Includes an introduction by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., and the presentation of the 2015 Murray N. Rothbard Medal of Freedom to Dr. Higgs. Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 20 July 2015.
Best-selling author Tara Westover talks to Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman about her memoir, Educated, which tells of her experiences growing up in rural Idaho, raised by a radical, survivalist father who was intensely paranoid about government interference in the lives of his family. In the book she writes of how, through the pursuit of knowledge, she evolved into a 'new self'. She says: 'You could call this selfhood many things. Transformation. Metamorphosis. Falsity. Betrayal. I call it an education.' Read Tara's feature article: https://www.festivalofideas.cam.ac.uk/educated-tara-westover-conversation-hadley-freeman
James Cameron, former climate change negotiator and advisor to the Presidencies of two UN climate conferences, spoke with Alix Kashdan (FES ‘20) and Liz Bourguet (FES ‘20) about his history working on climate negotiations and what he anticipates for the future of climate policy.
This seminar was given on November 8, 2018 by Quinn Slobodian, Associate Professor of History at Wellesley College. It was given as part of M-RCBG's weekly Business & Government Seminar Series.
Visit EOFire.com for complete show notes of every Podcast episode. Audio Masterclass Over the past 10 years, Russell has built a following of over a million entrepreneurs, sold hundreds of thousands of copies of his books, popularized the concept of sales funnels, and co-founded a software company called ClickFunnels that helps tens of thousands of entrepreneurs quickly get their message out to the marketplace.
"Who you surround yourself with is priceless." - Lori Crete. Learn more about this episode at loricrete.com/86
In this podcast, Peter Clarke, Professor Emeritus of Modern British History, discusses Theresa May’s leadership of the Conservative Party, her approach to the Brexit negotiations, and what he thinks will be the outcome of her Chequers deal when it is eventually put to parliament later this year. Prof Clarke is a Fellow and former Master of Trinity Hall. Recorded at the end of October 2018.
Clinical trials for regulatory approval are designed to test efficacy, but new drugs might have adverse reactions - reactions those trials aren’t designed to spot. To talk about those adverse reactions - how to spot them, how to report them and what to do about them, we're joined by Robin Ferner, from the West Midlands Centre for Adverse Drug Reactions. Read the full practice article: https://www.bmj.com/content/363/bmj.k4051
Antibiotics and other antimicrobials are commonly used in food and agriculture production. But their overuse and misuse is resulting in antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Christine Czerniak, a communications expert at the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), believes farmers have a critical role to play in stemming the spread of antimicrobial resistance. Interview: Charlotta Lomas, FAO
Toby Altman visits a hospital in Washington State designed by Bertrand Goldberg and considers the costs of making art in contemporary America. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
To keep antimicrobials working, we need to take action today. Improve cleanliness to help stop infections before they start. And when you or your animals get sick, think twice and seek advice from a qualified health professional. Responsible antimicrobial use saves lives and will help us achieve #ZeroHunger. Read more : http://www.fao.org/antimicrobial-resistance PSA 30sec
Art historian John Klein, Kimbell curator George Shackelford.