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Fixing the Future from IEEE Spectrum magazine is a biweekly look at the cultural, business, and environmental consequences of technological solutions to hard problems like sustainability, climate change, and the ethics and scientific challenges posed by AI. IEEE Spectrum is the flagship magazine of IEEE, the world’s largest professional organization devoted to engineering and the applied sciences.
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Each week, Television Producers Chris DeRosa and Dominick Pupa decide which of their plethora of celebrity clients needs the most help, and hold nothing back as they take turns pitching ideas of how to best fix the famous person’s crumbling public image. With a slew of hilarious guests and hotter-than-hot takes on the stories dominating the Entertainment News cycle, Chris and Dominick are here to transform the reputations of the stars that are clearly NOT just like us! Hosted on Acast. See a ...
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Fixing The Money thing with Gary Keesee will help to motivate, educate, and inspire you to pursue success, walk out your purpose, and leave a positive, spiritual, and moral legacy for your family. http://garykeesee.com http://faithlifenow.com http://drenda.com http://faithlifechurch.org
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You’re listening to “Fixing Fundraising”, in which we hash out the biggest problems in the sector – from racist recruitment practices to power dynamics with donors Join Tom DeFraine and Andy King as we speak to guests from all over the world about how to be better in our business of changing the world Episode transcriptions available at fixingfundraising.uk
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Fixing Faxes

Jonathan Bowers and Angela Hapke

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Follow along as we launch Clinnect, a digital health product. We talk about the intersection of healthcare, technology, and entrepreneurship while trying to stay balanced. Hosted by Canadians Angela Hapke, CEO of Central Referral Solutions, and Jonathan Bowers, CEO of Two Story Robot.
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Fixing Chicago

Paul Bryan Roach

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Chicago, weighing in at 2.7 million souls, punches above its weight as a world-renowned city of Arts and Culture, Industry, Finance, Retail, Education, Architecture, Transportation, Politics, Healthcare, Science, Innovation, Dining, Tourism, Sports, and more. It is also notorious for over a century of violence, crime, and political irregularities. Add to that decades of generally low performance within the Chicago Public Schools, the persistent scourge of a drug culture and broken families, ...
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Fixing Grandma Podcast

William Wonders III

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Based on the documentary of the same name available on Amazon Prime Video, Fixing Grandma is a motivational podcast from the lessons and wisdom of Chaplain Barbara Y. Williams. Interviewed by her Grandson/Filmmaker, William Wonders III, Chaplain Barbara Y. Williams has worn many hats from mother of 11 children, Chaplain in the Church of God in Christ as well as Chaplain/Administrator in the Civil Air Patrol. Take a journey with us as we explore the personal and professional wisdom of Chaplai ...
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"Fixing My Life", A podcast that highlights the importance of self improvement, self discipline, staying motivated, dealing with relationships, and manifesting success. I also like to talk about finance, feelings, and friends. I like to keep things real, which is why this podcast focuses on the no-bullshit side of things, and I like to share my own personal goals and struggles- because after all, I am also human. This podcast goes hand in hand with its instagram page (@fixingmylifepod), wher ...
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This podcast will share personal stories and expert insight on mental health and addiction issues. Now, more than ever, people seek help and answers for their struggles with mental health and addiction, either personally or to help the ones they love. So, whether you're looking for answers for yourself or a loved one, join us on this journey to better understand and support those struggling with mental health and addiction.
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Fixing up housing policy - from research to reality

Jim Dunn and Cynthia Belaskie, CHEC - Canadian Housing Evidence Collaborative

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Housing policy is a mess in Canada. Here's how to fix it: Take all the best housing research, crunch the numbers, and translate that research into reality. This conversation is for researchers, students, and everyone who wants to make housing more affordable for more people. Jim Dunn is the Director of the Canadian Housing Evidence Collaborative. Cynthia Belaskie is a managing director at McMaster University. Listen as they talk to experts and explore data-based solutions to our housing cris ...
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Dom and Chris have one question and one question only: Why are they not hosting the pop culture Jeopardy special?!?! Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie are reuniting, Gypsy Rose is posting on Mother's Day, and Law Roach is being as messy as we expect. Then, one of our Podcast Mothers and SOON TO BE BEST SELLING AUTHOR Chelsea Devantez joins to discuss …
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Founder and CEO of Exeger, Giovanni Philly, talks with IEEE Spectrum editor Stephen Cass about Exeger's Powerfoyle flexible dye-based solar cells for consumer electronics, which can recharge devices even in indoor light, and how Exeger convinced major companies to incorporate its tech into their products.…
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This episode of Fixing Healthcare dives into the essential yet often misunderstood world of palliative and hospice care—part of this ninth season’s continued focus on end-of-life issues. Our guest today, Dr. Monique Danielle Schaulis, MD, MPH, is a board-certified physician in both Emergency Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine. She is curr…
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If you could invent a new kind of school what would it look like? What skills would you teach children, and how would the school be run? On this edition of People Fixing The World we visit the Mechai Pattana School in Thailand which was founded by the campaigner Mechai Viravaidya in 2008, on principals of charity and leadership. Children are respon…
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The Pre-Fixe starts off with Britney Watch this week because the situation is that dire (WHERE IS THE PRAYER CHAIN?!? SHE NEEDS THE PARAYERS!!!) before touching on Drake vs Kendrick Lamar as well as The Royal Family vs The Duchess of Smuckers. Then, Charlotte Rose Coleman, Stylist To The Stars joins to recap THE MESS GALA, discuss a very rare Anna …
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This month’s “Diving Deep” episode, part of the Fixing Healthcare podcast series, takes a close look at two transformative AI developments in healthcare. Cohosts Dr. Robert Pearl and Jeremy Corr explore the profound medical potential of ChatGPT’s new “memory” and Nvidia’s new AI bots, which the company claims can outperform nurses in some tasks. Th…
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Across the world millions of women and girls face discrimination and worse because of their gender. On this edition of People Fixing The World we look at projects designed to change attitudes. In India we visit workshops aimed at recruiting younger men as allies in the fight against sexism and gender inequality. And we speak to the founder of Chalk…
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The Pre-Fixe is overflowing this week, from Marishka Hargitay liking Dominick's reel to Michael Douglas playing Benjamin Franklin in a miniseries that NO ONE asked for to David Beckham suing Mark Whalberg. Then, the dynamic podcasting duo that is Natalie Katona and Julia Washington join to summon the power of three to decode the drama between Shann…
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The United Kingdom has created a new government agency, the Advanced Research and Invention Agency, or ARIA, similar to the United States' DARPA. ARIA's first foray is into creating new enabling technologies to make AI faster and more energy efficient, and the program director, Suraj Bramhavar spoke with Spectrum editor Dina Genkina about some of t…
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Medicine: The Truth covers the latest news and most pressing issues in medicine today. The headline story for this episode focuses on the FTC’s vote to ban non-compete agreements. Co-host Dr. Robert Pearl explains how these clauses were originally designed to protect trade secrets, but have been used in healthcare to prevent doctors from taking new…
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Often described as underwater rainforests and the “lungs of the ocean”, kelp forests line as much as 25% of the world’s coastlines. They provide important shelter and food for fish and other marine life, and are vital for our oceans’ ecosystems. However kelp is under severe threat because of climate change, warming seas and overfishing. We look at …
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The plot thickens on Fixing Famous People, as Dominick recounts realizing that Olivia Benson showed up at his home to take a police report after he called upon her last week and Chris wonders if he and Dominick have magical powers. Then, Anny Morris joins with a Google Doc full of The Lana Del Research (TM) on JoJo Siwa, daughter of Jessalynn. They…
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Today’s episode of Fixing Healthcare is a true sign of the times in medicine. Not only is generative AI the topic of today’s podcast, it’s also an active participant. Co-host Jeremy Corr used ChatGPT to come up with questions for fellow co-host Dr. Robert Pearl about “ChatGPT, MD,” a new book that Pearl co-authored with ChatGPT. Still following? Th…
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Premature babies often need a lot of expensive specialised care - but that isn’t always available. So, doctors in Colombia are teaching mothers to look after their babies in a similar way that kangaroos look after their own young. It’s called "kangaroo mother care" and instead of being in an incubator, babies are wrapped tightly against their mothe…
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The Pre-Fixe starts this week with UNPRECEDENTED BREAKING NEWS that will absolutely shake the foundation of the clistenership. We are still in shock. Please respect our privacy at this time. Then, Fixing Famous People Royal Correspondent Kristen Meinzer joins to dissect The Firm's fumbling of Princess Kate Middleton's whereabouts and discuss what T…
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Zipline originally established itself delivering medical supplies in rural Africa. Now, Zipline cofounder and CTO Keenan Wyrobek talks with senior editor Stephen Cass about recent milestones in bringing commercial drone delivery to the United States, including the development of Platform 2 and its tethered mini-droid that makes precision drop-offs …
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In this “Unfiltered” episode of Fixing Healthcare, the conversation dives deep into the role of AI in medicine with Dr. Jonathan Fisher, a respected cardiologist and advocate for physician well-being; Dr. Robert Pearl, author of the new book “ChatGPT, MD”; and Jeremy Corr, CEO of Executive Podcast Solution, who adds the patient’s perspective. The p…
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The fashion industry is the third largest manufacturing industry in the world consuming huge amounts of the world’s resources and contributing to greenhouse gas emissions. But some innovators are trying to make the industry more sustainable. We discover how old fire hoses in the UK have been diverted from landfill and turned into fashionable bags a…
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In a special episode of the Fixing Healthcare podcast, co-host Dr. Robert Pearl, former CEO of The Permanente Medical Group and a respected voice in healthcare, shares two chapters from his latest work, “ChatGPT, MD: How AI-Empowered Patients & Doctors Can Take Back Control of American Medicine,” which he co-authored with the generative AI model Ch…
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Dom and Chris recap multiple natural disasters: the ECLITSE, the Earthquake, Don Lemon’s wedding, and JLO refiguring her This is Me…Now! Tour. Then, Christine Carmela joins to go through the filmography of Amanda Bynes and, alongside Chris, honor the brilliance of The Amanda Show. The group talks All That, The Drake Tweet Heard Round The World, and…
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Learning to read empowers people, reduces poverty and increases their job chances. Yet more than 700 miliion adults are illiterate, the majority of them women. We look at innovations to help adults learn how to read from flatpack classrooms in flood-prone regions of Bangladesh, to an app teaching tens of thousands in Somaliland. Plus how adults in …
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Gypsy Rose Blanchard is SINGLE AND READY TO MINGLE (God Bless The USA), Britney has changed her name to Xilq (We need to reenact the prayer chain), and JLO is shooting a new “film” ON CHRIS’ BLOCK (They are inextricably linked). There is SO MUCH to cover in The Pre-Fixe that Dom and Chris are bursting at the seams!!! Then, Mary Payne Gilbert from P…
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Governments in America and Europe are pushing the deployment of heat pumps to reduce the energy demands of home heating and cooling. Spectrum's power and energy editor Emily Waltz talks with Stephen Cass about her reporting on new advances that will let heat pumps work in colder climates than before, expanding their range considerably.…
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Today’s episode of Medicine: The Truth delves into the lasting impact of adverse childhood events (ACEs) on mental and physical health in adulthood. A groundbreaking study involving over 25,000 Swedish twins has shed new light on the significant role the environment plays in shaping mental health outcomes, revealing that individuals who experienced…
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We all know about the power of music to change our mood or to make us move. But an increasing body of evidence is showing that music has an amazing ability to help us heal. In this programme we are going to meet people working at the cutting edge of music therapy. We find out about the innovative system that uses music to help people with dementia …
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Late last year, Fixing Healthcare cohost Dr. Robert Pearl read a remarkable essay in the New York Times titled, “I Promised My Sister I Would Write About How She Chose to Die.” In that essay, Steven Petrow offers a deeply personal account of his sister Julie’s choice to use Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) in New Jersey. Her journey, marked by advanced …
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The Pre-Fixe is FULL of scandal, including Princess Kate's Twitter confession, the FBI's Three-Pronged Attack on Diddy's many homes, and a realization that Dom and Chris need to go to JLO's concert for This Is Me...Now. Then, Host of the How Cum Podcast Remy Kassimir joins to talk about how we all want more from and for Jane Krakowski. Remy THRICE …
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Transforming the global food system is vital in the fight against climate change. Currently, food production accounts for a third of all greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time, the food system also fails to properly nourish billions of people worldwide. In this edition of People Fixing The World we’re looking at high and low tech solutions to t…
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KATE MIDDLETON IS ALIVE!!!! But Richard Simmons is dying? Dominick blindsides Chris with many pop culture revelations in the PRE-FIXE this week, including Gypsy Rose Blanchard's exit from social media. Then, Marni Ellis and living icon (and her mother) Felicia from the podcast Hi Felicia! with Marni and Felicia join to discuss one of the most famou…
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IEEE Spectrum's semiconductor expert, Samuel K. Moore, talks with Stephen Cass about his visit to one of the key conferences in emerging integrated circuit technology, ISSCC. We talk about Meta's new 3D chip-stacking tech for faster AR, faster AI through in-memory computation, and security technology that can cause a chip to self-destruct if anyone…
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Fixing Healthcare co-host Dr. Robert Pearl recently returned from a surgical mission in the Philippines. The trip not only reignited his passion for global surgery, but it also provided three key lessons about American healthcare. That’s the first topic of this week’s “Diving Deep” program. The second takes a different look at the state of American…
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Could psychedelic drugs help in the treatment of mental health conditions? We look at pioneering research into psilocybin, the active ingredient in so-called magic mushrooms. We visit a clinic in Oregon, the only state in America where the use of psilocybin in therapeutic sessions is legal and hear from one patient who says it's the only treatment …
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As Dr. Robert Pearl puts the finisihing touches on his upcoming book “ChatGPT, MD,” the cohost thought it would be a fitting time to read a chapter from his previous book “Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients.” All profits from sales of Pearl’s books go to Doctors Without Borders. What you’re about to hear is the story of …
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