After Hours
After Hours
May 13, 2020
Season 3 Finale: Stories to Watch This Summer and Summer Recommendations
48 min

In this final episode of the season, Youngme Moon, Felix Oberholzer-Gee, and Mihir Desai discuss the stories they’ll be watching this summer, including how businesses will re-open. They also offer an extended set of recommendations for watching, reading, and other projects during the summer months.

Recent picks, and recommended reading/websites:

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BT Money Hacks
BT Money Hacks
The Business Times
Making sense of the current market with BT's new podcast series: BT Money Hacks Ep 84
BT Money Hacks Ep 84: Making sense of the current market with BT's new podcast series 13:53 min Synopsis: Updated fortnightly on Mondays, The Business Times breaks down useful financial tips. This week's episode sees podcast editor Ernest Luis hosting The Business Times' digital editor Chris Lim and senior correspondent Ben Paul. They talk about BT's latest initiatives to help readers make better sense of their money, and make better sense of the market during this Covid-19 era. They discuss the following: More on The Business Times News Tablet Edition, where subscribers will get the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (LTE) tablet with S Pen stylus included for S$39.90 a month over 30 months (1:35) Why a password-free experience resonates with BT's readers and why 10-inch tablets are the best way to "read print the new way" (3:20) BT's newly launched Mark To Market Podcast gets off to a good start (8:00) What companies and investors want to know about the market (8:35) What does the term Mark To Market actually mean? (11:30) Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotion for BT News Tablet edition: http://btsub.sg/moneyhacks Subscribe to BT Mark To Market Podcast for free here: http://bt.sg/btmark2mkt Produced by: Chris Lim and Ernest Luis Edited by: Adam Azlee Subscribe to BT Money Hacks Podcast series for our new episodes fortnightly on Mondays and rate us on your favourite audio apps: Channel: http://bt.sg/btmoneyhacks Apple Podcasts: http://bt.sg/oeXe Spotify: http://bt.sg/oeGN Google podcasts: http://bt.sg/oeGP Website: http://bt.sg/moneyhacks Feedback to: podcast@sph.com.sg Do note: Any financial or investment information in this podcast is for use in Singapore only and is intended to be for your general information. Any particular investment or decision should only be made after consulting with a fully qualified financial adviser. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
14 min
Me, Myself, and AI
Me, Myself, and AI
MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group
Tech and Ethics: The World Economic Forum’s Kay Firth-Butterfield on Doing the Right Thing in AI
Kay Firth-Butterfield was teaching AI, ethics, law, and international relations when a chance meeting on an airplane landed her a job as chief AI ethics officer. In 2017, Kay became head of AI and machine learning at the World Economic Forum, where her team develops tools and on-the-ground programs to improve AI understanding and governance across the globe. In the final episode of the first season of the Me, Myself, and AI podcast, Kay joins cohosts Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh to discuss the democratization of AI, the values of good governance and ethics in technology, and the importance of having people understand the technology across their organizations — and society. She also weighs in on other themes our hosts have discussed this season, including education, collaboration, and innovation. Your reviews are essential to the success of Me, Myself, and AI. For a limited time, we’re offering a free download of MIT SMR’s best articles on artificial intelligence to listeners who review the show. Send a screenshot of your review to smrfeedback@mit.edu to receive the download. Me, Myself, and AI is a collaborative podcast between MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group, hosted by Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh. Its engineer is David Lishansky, and the coordinating producers are Allison Ryder and Sophie Rüdinger. Guest bio: Kay Firth-Butterfield is head of AI and machine learning and a member of the executive committee of the World Economic Forum. In the United Kingdom, she is a barrister with Doughty Street Chambers and has worked as a mediator, arbitrator, part-time judge, business owner, and professor. She is vice chair of the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems and serves on the Polaris Council of the U.S. Government Accountability Office advising on AI.
28 min
Talks at Google
Talks at Google
Talks at Google
Ep119 - Nim Tottenham | The Emotional Brain and the Role of Early Experiences
Psychologist and neuroscientist Dr. Nim Tottenham highlights evidence showing how early social experiences may influence development through learning and modification of developmental pathways. These age-related changes will be discussed in terms of potential developmental sensitive periods for environmental influence. Compared to other species, human brain development is very slow, thus maximizing its chances of being influenced by environmental factors. In fact, it is this prolonged development that optimizes human brain development for learning from its environment. Variations in early experiences and environments reveal the profound effects of these influences on emotional development and associated neurobiology. Nim Tottenham, PhD is a Professor of Psychology at Columbia University and Director of the Developmental Affective Neuroscience Laboratory. Her research examines brain development underlying emotional behavior in humans, and has highlighted fundamental changes in brain circuitry across development and the powerful role that early experiences, such as caregiving and stress, have on the construction of these circuits. She has authored over 100 journal articles and book chapters and is a frequent lecturer both nationally and internationally on human brain and emotional development. A Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, her scientific contributions have been recognized by the National Institute of Mental Health Biobehavioral Research Awards for Innovative New Scientists (BRAINS) Award, the American Psychological Association’s Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology, most recently by the National Academy of Sciences Troland Research Award. Moderated by Luke Li. Visit http://g.co/TalksAtGoogle/EmotionalBrain to watch the video.
49 min
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