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#AxisOfEasy 358: Crypto Thefts Soar To $1.4 Billion In 2024
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Dr. Daniel Perez Grande, co-founder and chief executive at Madrid-based space mobility company Ienai Space, joins "The Dish" podcast to discuss how Ienai's electrospray thruster technology can save satellite operators on mission costs, and why developing mission critical software has benefited Ienai's business model.
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Hello our favourite A.I. bots! We hope you are well, and are looking forward to another fantastic episode of Blind Guys Chat. We begin this week’s show with a health warning, or should that be a sandwich warning!?! Yes, it seems that Sjef was a bit of a bold doggy during the week, as he managed to get his mouth around a sandwich belonging to one of Jan's colleagues. However, it looks like Sjef won’t be imprisoned any time soon as there was no evidence of a crime having been committed. Yes, Sjef is keeping his mouth shut on this mystery. Clever boy! Not even Sherlock Holmes could solve this one! Our guest this week is Jesse Wienholts. Jesse works for Royal Dutch Visio in the Netherlands. He brings the Guys up to speed on upcoming innovations for blind and vision impaired people. He has tested out many new products, including 'Glidance' a prototype guide dog; this one doesn't eat sandwiches apparently! He also talks about the multiline braille display 'Monarch', as well as the upcoming Envision Assistant and a new GPS app called 'Voice Vision'. He has also been playing a game called 'Top Speed' and we ask, are video games for blind players really just about pressing buttons with no real sense of immersion? It's a welcome return to our former co-host Mr Stuart Lawler who is back on the show fresh from his bed because he has been burning the candle at both ends due to the International Conference on English Braille being held in New Zealand. Thanks for staying up late Stuart, now give us the skinny on this year’s ICEB. And for those of you looking for an assistive tech bargain - Humanware and Sight and Sound currently have a sale on. So, forget about the fact the longest day of the year is behind us. Forget that fact that you still don't have a holiday booked, and instead remember all you really need is to sit down with a cuppa joe and listen to the most informative podcast this side of a polar bear sliding down a glacier: Blind Guys Chat. 6 out of 10 robot guide dogs prefer it to eating electrodes! Links for this show: · Royal Dutch Visio: https://enviter.eu/members/royal-dutch-visio/ · Glidance: https://glidance.io/ · Monarch: https://www.humanware.com/en-usa/monarch · Envision Assistant: https://envision-assistant.com/ · Voice Vision in Apple Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/voicevista/id6450388413 · Top Speed: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tbegames.and.top_speed_racing&hl=en_IE&pli=1 · Humanware sale: https://store.humanware.com/heu/promotion Support Blind Guys Chat by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/blind-guys-chatRead transcript
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What does it mean to license something in a way that works for you and your project? Does this fall under copyright or a patent? (The answer may surprise you!)The president of the Open Source Hardware Association, Thea Flowers, stopped by to school us on open hardware licensing, and it was much needed. We start by going over the scope of permissivity regarding licenses, beginning with the most open type of license available and progressing from there. There is a lot to unpack here, so get ready to get educated!Links for things mentioned in this episodechoosealicense.comTLDRLegalCC Friendly LawyersDo you have any questions, comments, or topic suggestions? Email us at podcast@opulo.io. We'd love to hear from you!To find out more about what we do, check out Opulo.ioTo see everything else we do, including social media, check out Opulo.start.pageO.H.M. Podcast Merch is now here!Intro song:Complicate Ya - Otis McDonald (Creative Commons Attribution License) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hosts: Max, Issy, Vi, Peta, and Gabe Timestamps and Links: 04:50 - Directional Sleep w/ Peta - Feng Shui, Man Magnets, and Traditional Directions 15:29 - Low Ceilings And Exam Scores w/ Gabe 23:09 - Whiskered Sensors For Robots w/ Max 25:20 - Robotic Learning: Listening for learning w/ Max 27:13 - Foot Vision w/ Max 29:30 - Satellites Spot Marine Litter w/ Peta 37:32 - MotoRap: Oscar Piastri loses at Sliverstone w/ The Max’s 48:06 - Tour de France Helmet Commentary w/ Gabe 50:53 - Apex Preditor Gaiasia Discovery w/ Vi_ _ 55:25 - Food Safety 101: “Healthy Eating” Thesis and Food Resistance w/ Issy 01:02:10 - Space News w/ Max 01:05:07 - Turn Down For Watt: Support 4ZZZ
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Back in 2012, José Valim started building Elixir to as a way to have his ideal programming language running on the same platform as Erlang. Fast-forward 12 years and it’s become build anything from distributed infrastructure to notebooks and websites.In this week’s Developer Voices, José joins us to tell the history of Elixir in a series of design choices. Which features mattered to him in the early days, and which ones excite him most now. What’s going on under the hood to make Elixir tick, and what does its future hold?–Support Developer Voices on Patreon: https://patreon.com/DeveloperVoicesSupport Developer Voices on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@developervoices/joinElixir Homepage: https://elixir-lang.org/Elixir Docs: https://elixir-lang.org/docs.htmlNumerical Elixir: https://github.com/elixir-nxPhoenix: https://phoenixframework.org/Livebook: https://livebook.dev/José’s Livebook & Elixir Presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pas9WdWIBHsComparing Elixir & Erlang Variables: https://dashbit.co/blog/comparing-elixir-and-erlang-variablesGleam on the BEAM: https://youtu.be/RntfkL8lUY4José on Github: https://github.com/josevalimKris on Mastodon: http://mastodon.social/@krisajenkinsKris on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/krisjenkins/Kris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/krisajenkins
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In this thought-provoking episode, Mic Mann engages in a compelling conversation with Alix Rubsaam, a renowned expert in the ethical implications of artificial intelligence. Together, they explore the moral dilemmas and ethical challenges posed by AI technologies. Discover how we can navigate the complexities of AI to ensure a future where technology aligns with human values. Alix shares her profound insights on the responsibility of shaping AI’s moral compass. Join us for an enlightening discussion that delves into the heart of AI ethics.
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Summary In this conversation, Evan and Kelvin discuss the accessibility features and tools available on different operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, and Linux. They compare the pros and cons of each system and highlight the unique features and challenges of using them. They also touch on the availability of assistive technology and the importance of considering individual needs and preferences when choosing an operating system. Thank you for listening to BLT. If you have any questions for Evan or Kelvin contact us at (720) 712-8856. Don't forget to register for the hike. www.aftersight.org/hike Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Weekend Updates 08:36 Introduction to Operating Systems 09:24 Exploring the Accessibility Features of Windows 13:08 Screen Readers and Magnification Tools for Windows 16:25 The Cost of Assistive Technologies for Windows 19:25 Hardware Options for Windows: Pre-built vs Custom-built 21:04 Internet Safety and Windows Defender 22:15 Introduction to Accessibility Features on Different Operating Systems 25:23 Accessibility Tools on Mac 29:05 Advantages of Mac for Accessibility 30:23 Considerations for Choosing an Operating System 31:37 Exploring Chrome OS for Accessibility 36:08 Introduction to Linux and Raspberry Pi 37:57 Accessibility Features and Screen Readers on Linux 41:44 Program Availability and Tools on Linux 45:53 Trying Out Linux in a Virtual Machine 46:29 Sandwich of the Week
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This week on Talking Technology we dive deeper into description app PiccyBot with its developer Martijn van der Spek. With David not finding much use for PiccyBot last time we spoke about it on Quick Picks, will he be eating his words?In tech news we tell you about a new service launching for Vision Ireland Bookshare users as well as checking out a ton of announcements from Aira. Support the Show.
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As organizations grow, there comes a time when managing by excel spreadsheets is not longer feasible and accurate data sources, regulations, and risk need to be accurately reflected within Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) tools. Reporting to the board must be based upon accurate information. Join us as we discuss the important aspects of forming a GRC program. Segment Resources: Webcast: https://www.scmagazine.com/cybercast/the-regulatory-landscape-in-2030-what-you-need-to-know Podcast (Enterprise Security Weekly): https://www.scmagazine.com/podcast-segment/11416-the-rise-of-regops-the-need-for-compliance-automation-travis-howerton-esw-313 News/interview: https://www.scmagazine.com/news/generative-ai-not-just-revolutionary-but-evolutionary This segment is sponsored by RegScale. Visit https://cisostoriespodcast.com/regscale to learn more about them! Visit https://cisostoriespodcast.com for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://cisostoriespodcast.com/csp-182