Druid alts for no good reason. Tuesday is patch day. Unlock those races but know what you need to do. Should warcraft be free? How big is your classes unit? Your emails and loads more!
The complete sequencing of the human genome is one of the most powerful examples of technology and science in action: We've gone from needing $3 billion and over 13 years to read a single human genome to today, to where we can do that same amount of work for about $1,000 in roughly 2 days -- and the price will only continue to drop. But beyond pricing, what does understanding the gene -- and moving from the sequencing layer to the applications layer -- mean to us; what new questions arise now that we can sequence DNA quickly, reliably, and cheaply? This conversation -- with co-founder and CEO of Jungla Carlos Araya and co-founder and CEO of Freenome Gabe Otte, moderated by a16z General Partner Jorge Conde (based on a discussion that took place at a16z’s annual Summit in November 2017) -- takes a step back and considers all these questions. Every time a human genome sequence is completed, there are on the order of 3,000,000 new variants identified. So how do we think about interpreting all that data? Actionability? And how do we derive meaning from all this, for applications in the clinical space?
ESO can really suck you in again. Dunaway goes full VR on us. Switch sales numbers are killing it. MS Kinect officially outta here. Sony lets you get one more taste of Monster Hunter World before release. Overwatch League is something to behold. Your January games. Emails and more!
What to do if you inherit a used computer, troubleshooting a PC that won't boot up, recovering a Facebook password, resetting an Amazon Echo, issues with the Spectre bug fix on Windows, is the new iMac Pro a good choice for a photography hobby? Adding more than one external USB drive to a router, and more of your calls.
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Guest: Chris Marquardt
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Support the show, consider donating: BTC: 1CD83r9EzFinDNWwmRW4ssgCbhsM5bxXwg (https://epicenter.tv/tipbtc) BCC: 1M4dvWxjL5N9WniNtatKtxW7RcGV73TQTd (http://epicenter.tv/tipbch) ETH: 0x8cdb49ca5103Ce06717C4daBBFD4857183f50935 (https://epicenter.tv/tipeth) A significant part of the modern digital economy, is underpinned by machine learning models that are trained to perform tasks such as facial recognition, content curation, health diagnostics etc. Data to train machine learning models is the essential commodity of this century - a sentiment captured by epithets such as ""Data is the new oil"". Today's dominant AI paradigm has companies focus their efforts on gathering data from their users in order to train models and monetise usage of the model. This model has many consequences such as loss of privacy for the user, consolidation of data in a handful of large companies, low access to data for startups and a fundamental impossibility of collecting sensitive data such as markers for depression. Our guest, Andrew Trask, is building OpenMined - a platform that merges cryptographic techniques such as homomorphic encryption and multi-party computation and blockchain technology to create the ability to train ML models with private user data. OpenMined will allow AI companies of the future to develop models, have them trained on user data without compromising user privacy, and incentivise users to train their model. We walk through the OpenMined vision and its potential impact on AI business models and AI safety Topics discussed in this episode: - Challenges with the current AI paradigm - OpenMined's vision to allow training of AI models with private user data - How OpenMined works under the hood - Applications enabled by OpenMined - Current state and OpenMined hackathon Links mentioned in this episode: - OpenMined hackathon: http://hackathon.openmined.org/ - OpenMined website: https://openmined.org/ This episode is also available on : - Epicenter.tv: https://epicenter.tv/217 - YouTube: http://youtu.be/m5p5UFAboqc - Souncloud: http://soundcloud.com/epicenterbitcoin/eb-217 Watch or listen, Epicenter is available wherever you get your podcasts. Epicenter is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain, Sébastien Couture & Meher Roy.
With so many new voice activated tech products coming your way, let's face it, argues Jefferson Graham on TalkingTech--you are the remote of the future.
On Martin Luther King Day, let's celebrate the contribution made by immigrants to tech. The iPhone, Android and Fire TV Stick were created by sons of immigrants. Jefferson Graham explains on #TalkingTech.
The dominos keep falling. Then I will have to TAKE THE URINAL! Harvey done got slapped. Are you ready for some Tacos? This christmas tree sucks. Therapy Thursday and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
Mike Elgan is the author of GASTRONOMAD: The Art of Living Everywhere and Eating Everything. He talks with Leo Laporte about becoming a digital nomad and how to avoid being a tourist while traveling.
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Guest: Mike Elgan
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Join Scott and Tom with guests Bryce and Adam as they catch you up on all that has happened since we last met! Loads of nerd stuff, that I can tell you.
This week, Cara is joined by Natalie Newell, filmmaker and cohost of the Science Enthusiast Podcast. They discuss her new film “Science Moms” and just why skepticism is so important within the parenting community. Topics include GMOs, vaccines, and evidence-based thinking. Follow Natalie: @ncnewell.
Da er vi tilbake! 2018 har begynt og vi ser på spillene vi gleder oss til i vår, pluss snakker om Hollow Knight og Fortnite Battle Royale... With Cheese som det heter i Frankrike. Med: Are Ness Fløgstad, Stian Askeland Vert og produsent: Jostein Hakestad
We liepen een week lang rond op gadgetbeurs CES, waar de grote techbedrijven hun nieuwste producten laten zien. Hoe zit het nou met die oprolbare televisie, en waarom zijn er zoveel auto's op deze conferentie? En waarom krijgen ovens en douchekoppen een slimme assistent ingebouwd?
On today's show, we speak to the two-man team behind the upcoming Wizard of Legend, a gorgeous spell-slinging adventure coming to PS4. Enjoy the show!
I saved Deckard from a life of servitude. Let's play a little game! OJ says trust him on this one. Smells like burning mail. Eat dirt and live longer. Do I really have to pee on it? Making things with Bill! Jury Duty and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
Last week we spoke about backing up, and then the questions came in--but how do I backup from Word files to Google Docs? Welcome to another edition of Backup #101, with USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham.
In the 16th installment of CryptoGoldCentral.com's "One-on-One" interview series - which proudly, is part of the World Crypto Network - Andy is pleased to host Cryptocurrency expert and miner Rocky Palumbo, who can be found at [email protected] and btcmeetup.webstarts.com
Florence Ion, Jason Hiner, and Larry Magid join Leo talk about CES and much more. Voice assistants are everywhere and IoT devices are getting smarter. Innovations in Sleep Tech that will improve your health. Elon Musk's Hyperloop is moving forward. Facebook is changing the Newsfeed feature and you might be shocked how. Some new brands might be popping up on Instagram feed and Stephen Colbert's app, Scripto, is being used by nearly everyone in late night new comedy.
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