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  1. Go Time #76: Building a distributed index | News and podcasts for developers | Changelog

    Matt Jaffey joined the show and talked with us about Pilosa, building distributed index with Go, and other interesting projects and news.


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  2. A Sidelined Wall Street Legend Bets on Bitcoin | The New Yorker

    Gary Shteyngart on Michael Novogratz’s search for redemption in cryptocurrencies.

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  3. #217 Andrew Trask: OpenMined – A Decentralised Artificial Intelligence Platform

    Support the show, consider donating: BTC: 1CD83r9EzFinDNWwmRW4ssgCbhsM5bxXwg ( BCC: 1M4dvWxjL5N9WniNtatKtxW7RcGV73TQTd ( ETH: 0x8cdb49ca5103Ce06717C4daBBFD4857183f50935 (

    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 develo…

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  4. The Third Web #5 - Brian Behlendorf

    On this episode of Web 3.0, we hear from Brian Behlendorf, the head of the Hyperledger project at the Linux Foundation, and leading figure in the open-source software movement.

    Brian began developing open-source code during the mid-1990’s and was also the lead developer of Apache Web Server — one of the worlds most used pieces of software.

    Today, in the midst of a blockchain boom, Brian’s focus is still on free software development. I spoke with Brian in October. We were both in Cancun for Def Con 3.

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  5. Classical Machine Learning for Infant Medical Diagnosis with Charles Onu - TWiML Talk #112

    In this episode, part 4 in our Black in AI series, i’m joined by Charles Onu, Phd Student at McGill University in Montreal & Founder of Ubenwa, a startup tackling the problem of infant mortality due to asphyxia.

    Using SVMs and other techniques from the field of automatic speech recognition, Charles and his team have built a model that detects asphyxia based on the audible noises the child makes upon birth. We go into the process he used to collect his training data, including the specific methods they used to record samples, and how their samples will be used to maximize accuracy in the field. We also take a deep dive into some of the challenges of building and deploying the platform and mobile application. This is a really interesting use case, which I think you’ll enjoy.

    Join the #MyAI Discussion!

    As a TWiML listener, you probably have an opinion on the role AI will play in our lives, and we want to hear your take. Sharing your thoughts takes two minutes, can be done from anywhere, and qualifies you to win some great prizes. So hit pause, and jump on over right now to share or learn more.

    Be sure to check out some of the great names that will be at the AI Conference in New York, Apr 29–May 2, where you’ll join…

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  6. How to Have Great Sex in a Long-Term Relationship, With Therapist Stephen Snyder

    In this episode we talk to Stephen Snyder, a sex and couples therapist and the author of Love Worth Making: How to Have Ridiculously Great Sex in a Long-Lasting Relationship. We’ll discuss why you should be sexually selfish, how the idea of “desire” can mess up your sex life, and why Stephen is against cuddling.

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  7. Multi–carrier redundancy from one Sip trunking provider | Flowroute Blog

    Flowroute SIP Trunking is a unique entity in the UC solar system - a software company, that happens to be a carrier. This mix places them in a unique space as we move to the cloud.

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  8. Show 383: Optimizing Internet Traffic With Expereo (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers -

    Today the Packet Pushers explore traffic optimization with sponsor Expereo. Expereo is a managed service provider that manipulates BGP to boost performance

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  9. 85: Frank de Jonge - Event Sourcing for Beginners | Full Stack Radio

    In this episode, Adam talks to Frank de Jonge, author of the EventSauce library, about what event sourcing is, how it works, and what it looks like to use it to model some practical real-world problems.

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  10. 86: Margins of Stress - Orthogonal

    Podcasts for Designers and Developers. Level up your career.

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