Tag Archive: Harvard Podcasts Channel

Aug 07 2015

Harvard Podcasts Channel: Solving Intelligence and Machine Learning Fundamentals

In part 1 of the Bioinspired Robotics episode, Wyss Founding Core Faculty Member Radhika Nagpal discusses swarm collectives, as well as the challenges faced by women in the engineering and computer science fields. In part 2 of the Bioinspired Robotics episode, Wyss Founding Core Faculty Member Robert Wood discusses new manufacturing techniques that are enabling …

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Jul 08 2015

Harvard Podcasts Channel: Solving Intelligence and Machine Learning Fundamentals

In episode fourteen we talk with Nando de Freitas of the University of Oxford and Google DeepMind. Ryan introduces us to anchor words and how they can help us explore topics. Plus, we take a question about the fundamentals of tackling a problem with machine learning.  

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May 20 2015

Harvard Podcasts Channel: How New Technologies Are Transforming Health Care

Telehealth combines telecommunications and health systems to deliver care and support across distances. However, this simple definition belies the complexity of this rapidly evolving field. A cadre of increasingly sophisticated technologies — matched with a need to reduce healthcare costs, serve more patients, and improve quality — drives the field in both high-income and low-income …

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Dec 09 2014

Harvard Podcasts Channel: Ernest Shackleton: The Entrepreneur of Survival | Harvard Business School

The great polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton never achieved his goal of traversing the continent of Antarctica, but is remembered these days for something more extraordinary.  

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Dec 04 2014

Harvard Podcasts Channel: Ebola Update: Where Are We with Vaccines, U.S. Preparedness and the West African Crisis

The current Ebola crisis has taken the lives of more than 5,000 people so far in six countries, including the U.S., and has sickened thousands more. Global response and containment efforts have produced mixed results. This Forum event explored the latest news on outbreaks, vaccine testing, treatment trials, hospital preparedness, funding efforts and lessons learned. …

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Nov 20 2014

Harvard Podcasts Channel: Jeff Madrick: Seven Bad Economic Ideas – and How They Hurt Us All | Shorenstein Center

Jeff Madrick, editor of Challenge magazine, contributing editor at Harper’ s, and former Shorenstein fellow, discussed the widely-adopted yet, in his view, faulty ideas that have dominated U.S. economic policy in recent decades.  

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Nov 15 2014

Harvard Podcasts Channel: Brad Smith and Jonathan Zittrain on Privacy, Surveillance, and Rebuilding Trust in Tech

   

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Nov 12 2014

Harvard Podcasts Channel: Innovations in Health Care, Hosted by the Harvard Club of San Antonio

   

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Nov 12 2014

Harvard Podcasts Channel: Energy Policy for Our Future World, Hosted by the Harvard University Club of Houston

   

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