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Science Vs Jun 8 · 42m AI: Is It Out Of Control?Artificial Intelligence seems more human-like and capable than ever before — but how did it get so good so quickly? Today, we’re pulling back the curtain to find out exactly how AI works. And we'll dig into one of the biggest problems that scientists are worried about here: The ability of AI to trick us. We talk to Dr. Sasha Luccioni and Professor Seth Lazar about the science. This episode contains explicit language. There’s also a brief mention of suicide, so please take care when listening. Here are some crisis hotlines: United States: US National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (2755) (Online chat available); US Crisis Text Line Text “GO” to 741741 Australia: Lifeline 13 11 14 (Online chat available) Canada: Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (See link for phone numbers listed by province) United Kingdom: Samaritans 116 123 (UK and ROI) Full list of international hotlines here Find our transcript here: https://bit.ly/ScienceVsAI Chapters: In this episode, we cover: Time stamp and titles for each chapter (first chapter must start at 00:00, minimum 3 chapters) (00:00) 64,000 willies (05:13) A swag pope (06:36) Why is AI so good right now? (09:06) How does AI work? (17:43) Opening up AI to everyone (20:42) A rogue chatbot (27:50) Charming chatbots (29:42) A misinformation apocalypse? (33:16) Can you tell me something good?! (36:08) Citations, credits, and a special surprise… This episode was produced by Joel Werner, with help from Wendy Zukerman, Meryl Horn, R.E. Natowicz, Rose Rimler, and Michelle Dang. We’re edited by Blythe Terrell. Fact checking by Erica Akiko Howard. Mix and sound design by Jonathon Roberts. Music written by Bobby Lord, Peter Leonard, Emma Munger So Wylie and Bumi Hidaka. Thanks to all the researchers we spoke to including Dr Patrick Mineault, Professor Melanie Mitchell, Professor Arvind Narayanan, Professor Philip Torr, Stella Biderman, and Arman Chaudhry. Special thanks to Katie Vines, Allison, Jorge Just, the Zukerman Family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson.
Super Awesome Mix Jun 8 · 30m New Music Mix: June 2023 (Mix Tape #23, S3)Matt and Samer present the latest and greatest from a variety of different genres. Find your new favorite song or artist! Emotion Sickness by Queens of the Stone Age Knee Deep by Abraham Alexander OUT OF MY MIND by little image Back to Anonymous by Ben Folds Stuck by Thirty Seconds to Mars Without You by Katie Wighton All I Do by Bully Cast Iron Skillet by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Borrow Trouble by Feist Always Get This Way by The Aces Video Games by Tenacious D Yard Sale by Ben Harper & Jack Johnson Support the show Visit us at https://www.superawesomemix.com to learn more about our app, our merchandise, our cards, and more!
Board Game Barrage Jun 8 · 45m #280: Equal and Opposite InteractionsWe're veering into the dark roads of board game classification, but this time with a goal in mind - how to best highlight games that feature strong interaction. Shouldn't BoardGameGeek have a scale for that somewhere? And while we're at it, BGG ... Before we put our thoughts in the suggestion box, we talk about Guatemala Café, and Ride the Rails. Timecodes: 01:56 - Guatemala Café 12:43 - Ride the Rails 23:09 - Quantifying interactivity 25:43 - A Feast for Odin 32:13 - Yucatan 34:31 - What else should be on a BGG page? 37:15 - Stationfall 44:20 - Biblios Send us topic ideas at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/topics Check out our wiki at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/wiki Join the discussion at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/discord Join our Facebook group at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/facebook Get a Board Game Barrage T-shirt at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/store
The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert Jun 8 · 20m Lin-Manuel Miranda & John Kander (Extended) | "New York, New York"Stephen is joined by 2023 Tony nominees and theater legends John Kander and Lin-Manuel Miranda who talk about the 1977 Martin Scorcese film, “New York, New York,” and what happened when Robert DeNiro gave notes to Kander on one of the film’s big musical numbers; and the iconic broadway duo talk about their writing process, which unfolds with ease each time they start a new project, despite the significant age gap between them. Kander and Miranda’s new show, “New York, New York,” is playing now at Broadway’s St. James Theater. Original Air Date: April 4th, 2023.
The Host With The Most podcast Aug 17 · 38m Holocaust Survivor Dr. Alex HershaftDr. Alex Hershaft was only five years old when the Nazis forced his family into a concentration camp. His story of survival is unparalleled and he shares it all with Todd in this very moving episode. Produced by The Host With The Most, LLC.