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In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
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Stanford Pathfinders with Howard Wolf

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Stanford Pathfinders with Howard Wolf

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Stanford Pathfinders features engaging dialogue with some of Stanford’s most accomplished alumni. Hosted by Howard Wolf, vice president for alumni affairs at Stanford University and president of the Stanford Alumni Association, this podcast provides a special opportunity for Stanford stalwarts to share their insights and experiences as leaders in politics, entertainment, sports, technology and more.
 
The team at Stanford eCorner believes in the powerful combination of evidence and imagination. We share original stories from informed leaders in academia and industry that focus on innovation, startups, culture, and strategy. The goal: empower you to bring bold ideas to life. Stanford eCorner is led by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship center in Stanford University’s School of Engineering.
 
Law touches most aspects of life. Here to help make sense of it, is a podcast and radio show Stanford Legal. Co-hosted by Stanford Law professors Joe Bankman, a tax law expert (and, more recently, clinical psychologist), and Richard Thompson Ford, an expert on civil rights and antidiscrimination law, the show brings together attorneys, scholars, and experts in a range of fields from across Stanford and the country to discuss timely legal issues of the day. Please subscribe, rate, and review ...
 
We’re Stanford students having a casual conversation about politics and the world: no agenda, no pretenses, no joke (just kidding-- plenty of them). Join our discussion, and hear from public figures and faculty experts who join us on the show. Hosted by Harrison Bronfeld, Avni Kakkar, Rip Livingston, Justin Portela, Noah Bartelt, and Francisco Nodarse.
 
Stanford Innovation Lab is brought to you by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). This series is designed to give you a taste of the topics we explore in our classes on innovation and entrepreneurship. Our host is Stanford’s Tina Seelig, who teaches courses across the university that empower students to be more confident, creative and entrepreneurial in life.
 
Director Kyle Patrick Alvarez, actors Ezra Miller and Michael Angarano, and Dr. Philip Zimbardo discuss The Stanford Prison Experiment. Based on the real-life research of Dr. Zimbardo (Billy Crudup)—the movie tells the story of the infamous 1971 psychology experiment that took place in a mock prison in the Stanford lab.
 
I’m a 1st generation college student who worked my way to Stanford Medical School. No matter how hopeless you feel, I can help you. I’m dedicated to making sure every premed has access to the best advice. I’m unconventional, but I’m effective. I hope to motivate, inspire and teach you all about med school admissions as well as giving you strategies for studying better, being more productive and ultimately getting into medical school. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more amazing content, ...
 
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Stanford Steve and The Bear discuss the overwhelming appeal of the underdogs going into Championship Saturday, Bear’s wild weekend of travel and the recent lack of upsets in the championship games. Then, the guys hit on every game this weekend, talking about the excellent defenses facing off in the Big 12, Kent State looking battle-tested, Utah Sta…
 
James Joaquin is the co-founder and managing director of Obvious Ventures, leading the team’s investments focused on plant-forward approaches to food (like Beyond Meat), “good for you” consumer goods (like Olly), and companies at the forefront of how people find and do their best work (like Incredible Health). Joaquin has been working in venture ca…
 
Guest Ted Lempert, a former member of the California State Assembly, discusses key ways parents and others can build coalitions that support children’s health, education, and welfare.Originally aired on November 20, 2021, on SiriusXM.על ידי Stanford Radio
 
When AG Garland put out a call to lawyers, law students, and law schools generally to suit up to deal with the "eviction tsunami" that many are predicting in the coming months, Juliet Brodie , director of the Stanford Community Law Clinic and an expert in tenants’ rights answered the call. In this episode, Joe and Rick discuss evictions, the challe…
 
Pioneering online-news journalist, noted educator and award-winning political reporter Rich Jaroslovsky, ’75, discusses where journalism is headed and how digital news is shaping that future. Jaroslovsky explores the issue of trust in regards to this new era of journalism as well as trends and industry growth.…
 
In one of computer science’s more meta moments, professor Chelsea Finn created an AI algorithm to evaluate the coding projects of her students. The AI model reads and analyzes code, spot flaws and gives feedback to the students. Computers learning about learning—it’s so meta that Finn calls it “meta learning.” Finn says the field should forgo train…
 
Stanford Steve and The Bear discuss fans who think Bear hates their team, rainy conditions in the Egg Bowl, the Herbstreit-Howard dynamic before Ohio State-Michigan, Texas some how being favored over Kansas State, an obituary calling for an “irresponsibly large wager” on the Huskers over the Hawkeyes, team totals for Georgia Tech and UConn, lack of…
 
When AG Garland put out a call to lawyers, law students, and law schools generally to suit up to deal with the "eviction tsunami" that many are predicting in the coming months, Juliet Brodie, director of the Stanford Community Law Clinic and an expert in tenants’ rights answered the call.In this episode, Joe and Rick discuss evictions, the challeng…
 
Stanford Steve and The Bear discuss their expectations for the College Football Playoff, their thoughts on the latest Heisman odds including why nobody cares about the NFL MVP, some new friends for The Bear here in CT, Virginia’s interesting line, some fascinating action in the Pac 12 and some insight into a potential winner in Navy.…
 
Juliet Anammah is the chairwoman of Jumia Nigeria and the Chief Sustainability Officer of Jumia Group, the largest e-commerce platform in Africa and the first African tech startup to be listed on the NYSE. She previously served as the CEO of Jumia Nigeria for more than 4 years, overseeing the growth and transition of Jumia Nigeria from online retai…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E165 | Chelsea Finn: How to make artificial intelligence more metaAn expert on AI and robotics says that the latest trend in her field is teaching AI to look inward to improve itself.In one of computer science’s more meta moments, professor Chelsea Finn created an AI algorithm to evaluate the coding project…
 
Full title: Headline: Rich Jarolovsky, Stanford Alum and Pioneering Journalist Talks Print vs. Digital and the quest for digital news that can be trusted.Description: What's the future of journalism? Are content aggregation sites the solution? Who can you trust? Journalist and digital media guru Rich Jarolovsky talks about industry growth and trend…
 
Stanford Steve and Bear discuss the College Football Playoff committee slotting Michigan over Michigan State, Bear’s Texas A&M bet to win the SEC, the ceiling continuing to get higher for Oklahoma, wanting to see more from Ohio State, if they’d rather take Purdue or Tennessee this weekend, Michigan’s recent struggles in Happy Valley, Florida State …
 
Daphne Koller is the CEO and founder of insitro, a machine learning-enabled drug discovery company. Previously, she was a professor of computer science at Stanford University for 18 years, co-founder and co-CEO of Coursera, and the Chief Computing Officer of Calico, an Alphabet company in the healthcare space. She received the MacArthur Foundation …
 
It was the stuff of Silicon Valley dreams. Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford University to launch the blood testing disruptor Theranos and built it to a $9 billion valuation. But the tech adage “fake it until you make it” didn’t quite work for this medical device startup, and charges that the devices didn’t work mounted. Holmes and Ramesh Ba…
 
It was the stuff of Silicon Valley dreams. Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford University to launch the blood testing disruptor Theranos and built it to a $9 billion valuation. But the tech adage “fake it until you make it” didn’t quite work for this medical device startup, and charges that the devices didn’t work mounted. Holmes and Ramesh Ba…
 
Stanford Steve and The Bear kick off the podcast discussing Bear cleaning up on his Atlanta Braves bets, the first batch of the College Football Playoff rankings, how you can make money on Alabama’s playoff chances, Smelly Lines, the over/under in Liberty-Ole Miss, a General Principle Game in Boston College-Virginia Tech, their favorite cities in O…
 
It’s understandable that, amid a flurry of pitch meetings and rejections, founders might find themselves mystified about what venture capital investors want. However, according to Bessemer Venture Partners operating partner Jeff Epstein, it’s actually very simple: They want to see a business that has the potential to grow exponentially, some eviden…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E164 | Kayvon Fatahalian: How the pandemic changed the virtual worldAn expert in computer graphics tells how the rapid shift online brought on by COVID-19 has inspired a revolution in the tools of his trade.For experts in digital graphics and visual perception, like computer scientist Kayvon Fatahalian, the…
 
For experts in digital graphics and visual perception, like computer scientist Kayvon Fatahalian, the recent pandemic has been a call to arms. Fatahalian says he and others in the field felt an urgent responsibility to harness their background in computer graphics and interactive techniques to improve life for people across the globe. He says new, …
 
Full title: Ivan Maisel, sports writer & Stanford alum tells the story of unfathomable tragedy – the loss of his son to suicide in the best seller, “I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye: A Memoir of Loss, Grief, and Love.”Description: It was a call that would alter his life forever. In his deeply emotional memoir, longtime ESPN writer Ivan Maisel reflect…
 
Award-winning, longtime sports writer Ivan Maisel discusses the unfathomable tragedy that led to the writing of his best seller, I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye: A Memoir of Loss, Grief, and Love. This deeply personal work reflects on the suicide of Maisel’s son and tells the story of their complicated relationship and the complex journey that led M…
 
Steve and The Bear kick off the podcast discussing how long a dinner out should be, Bear’s College GameDay travel schedule, noon games yielding cataclysmic results for Steve, their take on “Wolfpacking,” why they can’t pick Indiana again, Iowa State having plenty to play for, Georgia being the biggest favorite it’s ever been in the Florida series, …
 
Reshma Saujani is the founder of Girls Who Code and the Marshall Plan for Moms, and is the author of the forthcoming book Pay Up: The Future of Women and Work (and Why It's Different Than You Think). She has spent more than a decade building movements to fight for women and girls’ economic empowerment, working to close the gender gap in the tech se…
 
Stanford Steve and The Bear discuss the Week 8 college football slate, the most puzzling line Steve’s seen in 20 years, one-loss teams, if Wake Forest could get gashed by Army, a trivia question from Bear, if Air Force can upset undefeated San Diego State, Clemson playing at Pitt as an underdog, why Steve likes a very public play in Notre Dame, the…
 
James Reinhart is the co-founder and CEO of thredUP, one of the world's largest online resale platforms. thredUP designed a digital resale experience that aims to take the work and risk out of thrift in an effort to make used clothes the new normal and create a more sustainable future for fashion. Prior to thredUP, he helped develop one of the nati…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E 163 | Kuang Xu: How to make (and keep) genetic data privateAn expert in genetic privacy says there’s a fine line between one’s right to know and another’s right to not know.One underappreciated fact about the explosion in genetic databases, like consumer sites that provide information about ancestry and h…
 
One underappreciated fact about the explosion in genetic databases, like consumer sites that provide information about ancestry and health, is that they unlock valuable insights not only into an individual’s past and future, but also for that individual’s entire family. This raises serious concerns about privacy for people who have never submitted …
 
Interview with SFBATCO and Marcelo Javier Today we talk with Marcelo Javier from SFBATCO. SFBATCO or San Francisco Bay Area Theater Company. SFBATCO is a Black, Latine, & Asian-led non-profit organization, produces compelling theater that builds community, fosters cross-cultural dialogue, promotes social justice, and authentically reflects the expe…
 
Stanford Steve and The Bear discuss a lackluster Week 7 college football slate, if they’d take Ohio State’s offense over everyone the country right now, College GameDay headed back to Athens, why Georgia needs to ride with Stetson Bennett, Bear’s complicated return from Norman on Saturday night, Penn State’s ability to play itself back into the Big…
 
As the Chief Marketing Officer for companies that have included Twilio, Jive, Genpact, Nuance, and Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, Lynda Kate Smith has owned go-to-market strategy and full marketing responsibilities across a diverse set of industries, particularly in the area of tech products and services. She is currently a consultant/fra…
 
Stanford Steve & The Bear discuss Cincinnati’s path to the CFP, but they aren’t the only team outside the power 5. BYU also has hopes of crashing the party and might have a better path. Plus, the guys preview week 6 of the CFP season. And, some MLB playoff and NHL regular season betsעל ידי ESPN, Chris Fallica, Steve Coughlin
 
Justin Kan is an entrepreneur and investor best known as the co-founder of Twitch. In 2006, Kan launched the live video service Justin.tv, a company that started when he strapped a camera to his head and streamed his life to the internet 24/7. Over the next 8 years, he and his co-founders turned the business into Twitch, which ultimately sold to Am…
 
Popular Stanford computer science professor and alum Mehran Sahami discusses his new book System Error: Where Big Tech Went Wrong and How We Can Reboot (authored with fellow Stanford professors Rob Reich, MA ’98, PhD ’98, and Jeremy Weinstein). In an age of technological despondency and hyperfixation on optimization, Sahami presents an outline for …
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E 162 | Eric Appel: Gels are changing the face of engineering ... and medicineAn expert in gels explains why these “Goldilocks” materials are the among the most promising areas of research today.Readers of Eric Appel’s academic profile will note appointments in materials science, bioengineering and pediatri…
 
Full title: Stanford Professor & alum Mehran Sahami talks about his co-written book, System Error - Where Big Tech Went Wrong and How We Can Reboot.A forward-thinking manifesto from three Stanford professors—experts who have worked at ground zero of the tech revolution for decades—which reveals how big tech’s obsession with optimization and efficie…
 
Readers of Eric Appel’s academic profile will note appointments in materials science, bioengineering and pediatrics, as well as fellowship appointments in the ChEM-H institute for human health research and the Woods Institute for the Environment. While the breadth of these appointments does not leap to mind as being particularly consistent, the con…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E 161 | Lianne Kurina: How controlling confounders makes better epidemiologyPublic health studies are among the most challenging to get right, says this expert in epidemiology. But better design can yield greater confidence.As the world has learned through the recent pandemic, epidemiological studies can be…
 
As the world has learned through the recent pandemic, epidemiological studies can be complicated by many unanticipated factors. Lianne Kurina is an expert in the design of epidemiological studies who says that the key to greater confidence is better design. The gold standard, she says, is the randomized controlled trial—a study that compares groups…
 
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