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Talk Digital To Me Podcast
TEDx Speaker and Digital Consultant Nicole Ramirez explores the latest trends and topics in digital, AI, tech, and innovation.
Jul 16, 2020
017: What are Deepfakes?
Deepfakes are everywhere. Between big Hollywood movies like Star Wars to short YouTube clips of celebrities saying some crazy things. While some of them are for amusement, there are some deep concerns behind this technology involving politics and faked pornography. This episode talks about what deepfakes are, how they are created, and what they are being used for and could be used for in the future.
Jun 15, 2020
016: COVID-19 & Digital Marketing
I recently spoke at the Women Tech Global Conference on how COVID-19 has affected and will continue to affect digital marketing trends and strategies and how companies can keep ahead of the game. This was the audio of my presentation that I am sharing with my podcast listeners today.
May 27, 2020
015: Cannabis Industry & Technology
Technology has been a game-changer for all industries, and the marijuana industry is no exception. With many states legalizing it for both recreational and medicinal use, the market has had some major changes and has lead to numerous technological advancements in the growth and production of the products. Today we are going to talk about the different tech advancements in the industry ranging from personalized cannabis products based on your DNA profile to how law enforcement will be breathalyzing for THC. Special Guest: Lewis Koski, Chief Operating Officer of Metrc which is an elaborate tracking system that serves to monitor cannabis production from day one until its sale. METRC ensures compliance in the cannabis industry by identifying and tagging plants, cannabis, and cannabis products; it also serves as a unique point of sale (POS) platform that further serves to monitor the growth of marijuana, its transportation, and the sale of cannabis.
May 13, 2020
014: TDTM FEMTECH-What is FemTech?
When it comes to the tech world, it is mostly a male-dominated industry but things are starting to change. When it comes to tech that is specifically designed to help with the female body- who better to lead the charge than women coders, engineers and tech leaders? This specific tech is what they refer to as FemTech and it has opened a lot of doors for women and has also raised a lot of questions and even controversy about what exactly FemTech means? So I decided not just to do an episode on the topic but an entire series of episodes devoted to the subject because it is a passion of mine being a woman in the STEM industry. Today I have a special guest on the podcast to talk about the topic of FemTech. Prasha Dutra is the host of Her STEM Story a weekly podcast about extraordinary stories of real women in STEM. She has some great insight on what FemTech is and what it means to her.
Apr 29, 2020
013: Preventing Crisis with Big Data
The use of data collection and digital technology helps to lessen the impact of a crisis. There are some great ways that data is currently being used to keep track of natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, flooding, landslides, and droughts that often lead to wildfires. The most relevant of course is the use of data to fight the spread of COVID-19 at this time. There are some great benefits to the use of big data, but also some controversy surrounding how it is used and if it crosses a line into invasion of privacy.
Apr 14, 2020
012: Cyber Security & Hackers During COVID-19
As sad as it is to say, in times of crisis it is also, unfortunately, the prime time for scammers. People are desperate right now for information and news that they are willing to click on things that would usually throw up red flags and prone to believing a lot of what they read online.
Apr 3, 2020
011: Mental Health: Tech, Apps & AI
Over the years, there have been many challenges people face when getting diagnosed and treated for mental health issues. Things like lack of understanding from the community or support, lack of transportation, the right providers nearby, inability to afford care with no insurance and so on. However, technology has opened a whole new door in mental health support and data collection. Mobile devices like cell phones, smartphones, and tablets are giving people access to physicians and therapists and new ways to access help, monitor progress, and eliminate the stigma of mental health disorders.
Mar 19, 2020
010: Social Distancing, Social Media & Working From Home
Social distancing is really important right now, but so is watching your mental health when it comes to social media and working from home. This episode discusses all of this and how to keep sane in this really crazy time!
Mar 3, 2020
009: Facial Recognition Technology
Facial Recognition Technology has become increasingly popular in the last few years and is now being used in places like airports, concert venues, shopping centers and even by law enforcement. The industry for facial recognition technology was worth $3.2 billion in 2019 and Allied Market Research expects the market to grow to $9.6 billion by 2022. In this episode, we will talk about the significance of the software and how it is being used, as well as the negatives and benefits that come along with the technology. This is episode 9, Facial Recognition Technology.
May 21, 2019
008: Interview with Misha Yurchenko, Author of Bullish on Bitcoin
Cryptocurrency has been a hot topic for several years, but recently last year it really took off and it seemed that everyone was talking about it-especially Bitcoin. But what really is cryptocurrency and how does it work, is it really safe? So many questions- and luckily I am talking to someone today who has some answers. Today I will be talking to an expert in cryptocurrency about what it is and the true privacy and safety of it. This is episode 8, interview with Misha Yurchenko, author of Bullish on Bitcoin
Apr 29, 2019
007: Interview with Adrienne Tacke, Author of Coding for Kids: Python
Adrienne Tacke is a software engineer, writer, and STEM education advocate. As a Code. org volunteer in Las Vegas, she regularly speaks to students of all ages about the power of code and encourages young women and girls to explore a career in software engineering. She is also a contributing writer for online tech publications such as HackerNoon and CodeBurst. Coding for Kids: Python is her first book (but certainly not the last!). In this episode, I talk to her about her journey in STEM and her newly published book.
Apr 22, 2019
006: Slow Down with Richard Miller, Rutgers University
Richard Miller is a professor in the English Department at Rutgers University. He regularly teaches a course on Apocalyptic Literature and writing seminars that practice reading in slow motion. He has delivered over 100 invited lectures at high schools, colleges, and universities across the country and around the world on the ways that digital technology is transforming the nature of literacy. After a seven-year hiatus spent learning how to write online, Miller has returned to the printed page with the publication of On the End of Privacy. In this episode, we explore the themes in the book surrounding digital technology and how it has affected privacy and the lives of students.
Apr 15, 2019
005: Using Tech to Protect Our Youth with Titania Jordan, Bark US
Titania Jordan is the CMO and Chief Parent Officer of Bark.us, an internet safety solution that helps parents and schools keep children safer across social media, text messaging, and email. In this episode, we explore how this technology has been used to prevent cyberbullying and school shootings.
Apr 8, 2019
004: Pizza First, Then Tech with Christopher Thomas-Moore, Dominos
As the Vice President of Global eCommerce and Digital Marketing for Domino’s, Christopher has responsibility for all digital driven acquisition and retention programs within the organization. In addition, he leads the organization’s global eCommerce & mCommerce experience strategies. Since his start with Domino’s mid- 2018, he has been part of a number of cutting-edge technology advancements and campaigns. One of those being the newly launched Points for Pies program.
Apr 1, 2019
003: Having a Safe Space with Mary Nguyen, NASA
Mary is a Structural Engineer at NASA supporting the Space Launch System (SLS) program. It is her job to help analyze NASA's Special Test Equipment to ensure the passing of safety standards and America's return to outer-space! She is also a blogger who highlights her personal experiences and insights in thriving in STEM and refers to herself as a STEMinist. On the third episode of TDTM, I talk to Mary about her path to NASA and what it's like being responsible for the safety of our men and women in space.
Apr 1, 2019
002: A Check Engine Light for Your Body with Zachi Attia, Mayo Clinic
Zachi is Principle Engineer and Co- Director of AI in Cardiology at Mayo Clinic where he and others are working towards preventing heart failure and predicting it before it even happens using artificial intelligence. On the second episode of TDTM, I talk to Zachi about his journey into his role, the research behind his work and how one day we may be able to have check engine lights..for our bodies!
Mar 11, 2019
001: Perseverance, Patience and Practice with Brandy Morgan
Going from marketing to web development start-ups, to now working for herself at coffee shops and enjoying the beautiful weather in Winter Park, Florida this girl knows how to hustle. On the first episode of TDTM, I talk to @msbrandymorgan about her path into coding and web development, and how she is using social media to build her brand around her tech career.