Latest Mathematics Podcast Episodes

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Mathematical Objects: PageRank

Mathematical Objects - May 20, 2022 07:54 - 22 minutes ★★★★★ - 5 ratings
A conversation about mathematics inspired by the PageRank algorithm. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett.

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AI in the Metaverse with Dr. Mark Rijmenam

How AI Happens - May 19, 2022 22:28 - 35 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
Joining us on this episode of How AI Happens is four-time author, entrepreneur, future tech strategist, and The Digital Speaker himself, Dr. Mark van Rijmenam. Mark explainsthe extraordinary opportunities and challenges facing business leaders, consumers, regulators, policymakers, and other meta...

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Fighting Climate Change, One Personal Choice at a Time - Pt. 2 | EP39

Exploring Stem - May 19, 2022 12:30 - 28 minutes
There are plenty of things individuals can do to have positive impacts on the planet. In the second part of this series, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to APU professor Dr. Kristin Drexler about the value of acting individually and locally and how when done collectively, can have a huge impact on a globa...

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61 - I/O 2022 highlights, Jetpack, Google Play, and more!

Now in Android - May 18, 2022 22:55 - 7 minutes
Welcome to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. Today, we're covering highlights from I/O 2022 including Android Jetpack, Jetpack Compose, Android Studio, Android 13, Google Play, large screens, TV, cars, Wear OS, and more!  Now in A...

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Episode 36: Privileged Emotions

Mathematically Uncensored - May 18, 2022 13:00 - 59 minutes ★★★★★ - 26 ratings
Aris's letter: https://twitter.com/MathUncensored/status/1523384501103038465 Math Leaders 4 Racial Justice: https://www.utdanacenter.org/our-work/higher-education/policy/ml4rj#:~:text=In%20the%20summer%20of%202020,ways%20to%20actually%20make%20change. Connect with Mathematically Uncensored: E...

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The Power of Bringing People Together (Tina Huang & Luke Barousse ) - KNN Ep. 99

Ken's Nearest Neighbors - May 18, 2022 11:00 - 36 minutes ★★★★★ - 25 ratings
In this week's episode I brought back two of my friends and previous guests of the show: Tina Huang & Luke Barousse. I spent the last 2 weeks with them in Arkansas & Texas. In this episode we talk about what we learned from collaborating on content and seeing each others working styles. We also ...

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What Is The Ten Minute Math Week 4 Challenge?

Ten Minute Math - May 17, 2022 20:20 - 9 minutes ★★★★★ - 4 ratings
Congratulations for participating in Week 4 of our FREE 4-week challenge on How to Support Your Child’s Number Sense!

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Episode 64 - Who Murdered Ferrari?!

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 17, 2022 12:00 - 21 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
This is part three of my series about the diabolical world of math in Renaissance Italy! In my last episode, Tartaglia became a mathematical celebrity. In this episode, Tartaglia meets Ferrari, then Ferrari is found murdered! Who murdered Ferrari?! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at ...

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GCSE Maths Percentages

GCSE Maths Revision with Jonas - May 16, 2022 05:00 - 6 minutes
GCSE Maths Revision with Jonas provides you easy-to-follow theory and examples. With years of experience Jonas helps students to improve their confidence and skills so that they would be able to succeed in their exams. Listen to the podcast now and let’s turn your exam experience into a success s...

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Barbara Ryan - How Landsat Became Free & Open - MBM #21

Minds Behind Maps - May 15, 2022 15:30 - 1 hour ★★★★★ - 5 ratings
Barbara Ryan was instrumental in the policy change in 2008 that opened up the Landsat data to being freely & openly available for anyone to access. This resulted in more than 100x uptake in the number of imagery downloaded and fundamentally changed the Earth Observation industry. She is current...

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Dialogue on The Statesman, Session 2: The Mean and The Extremes

Plato's Pod: Dialogues on the works of Plato - May 14, 2022 12:00 - 1 hour ★★★★ - 1 rating
We often use the term “social fabric” by way of analogy to the complex economic and governing relationships woven into communities of people. In Plato’s Statesman, the Visitor from Elea equates the art of fabric-weaving with ruling, and asserts that the ruler must measure the fabric not to its e...

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05/13/22: The Generalized Star Height Problem with Jean-Eric Pin

Boston Computation Club - May 13, 2022 18:19 - 1 hour
Roughly four years ago, when I took second semester Abstract Algebra at the University of Arizona, my professor (Jay Taylor) generously offered to meet with me every week outside class to discuss algebraic topics in computer science.  We chose Dr. Pin's book, Varieties of Formal Languages.  Due ...

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You Are Not My Type

Code and Craic - May 13, 2022 14:45 - 43 minutes
Twitch channel with the full show: https://www.twitch.tv/terminusdb Also check out Matthijs' coding sessions on twitch - they are a delight, you won't regret. GeoJSON: https://geojson.org/ The Case for Consolidation:https://benn.substack.com/p/case-for-consolidation  

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IBM Master Inventor & AI Advisor to the UN Neil Sahota

How AI Happens - May 12, 2022 20:34 - 31 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
Neil Sahota is an AI Advisor to the UN, co-founder of the UN’s AI for Good initiative, IBM Master Inventor, and author of Own the AI Revolution. In today’s episode, Neil shares some of the valuable lessons he learned during his first experience working in the AI world, which involved training th...

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GCSE Maths Direct Proportion

GCSE Maths Revision with Jonas - May 12, 2022 05:00 - 6 minutes
GCSE Maths Revision with Jonas provides you easy-to-follow theory and examples. With years of experience Jonas helps students to improve their confidence and skills so that they would be able to succeed in their exams. Listen to the podcast now and let’s turn your exam experience into a success s...

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Was it for the math? Or the money?

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:33 - 17 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
In my last podcast, I note that in 1494 Fra Luca Pacioli published his book the Summa. In the conclusion of his book, Pacioli posited an impossible problem! This roused curiosity and diabolical activity! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like ...

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Was it for the math? Or the money?, part 2

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:33 - 17 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
In my last podcast, I note that in 1494 Fra Luca Pacioli published his book the Summa. In the conclusion of his book, Pacioli posited an impossible problem! This roused curiosity and diabolical activity! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like ...

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Episode 63 - Was it for the math? Or the money?

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:33 - 17 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
In my last podcast, I note that in 1494 Fra Luca Pacioli published his book the Summa. In the conclusion of his book, Pacioli posited an impossible problem! This roused curiosity and diabolical activity! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like ...

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This Accountant is Fire

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:32 - 15 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
Taxes and magic. Yes, the two go together in this story about Fra Luca Pacioli, who wrote one of the first textbooks on accounting - and magic! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. For more info on Lock Paper Scissors, please visit https://www.LockPaperSciss...

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This Accountant is Fire, part 1

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:32 - 15 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
Taxes and magic. Yes, the two go together in this story about Fra Luca Pacioli, who wrote one of the first textbooks on accounting - and magic! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. For more info on Lock Paper Scissors, please visit https://www.LockPaperScisso...

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Episode 62 - This Accountant is Fire!

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:32 - 15 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
Taxes and magic. Yes, the two go together in this story about Fra Luca Pacioli, who wrote one of the first textbooks on accounting - and magic! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. For more info on Lock Paper Scissors, please visit https://www.LockPaperScisso...

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Chaos Theory's Flap of a Butterfly's Wings

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:31 - 11 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
Fifty years ago Dr. Edward Lorenz coined the term the Butterfly Effect and validated Poincaré's findings on Chaos Theory. To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like to hear an early-release, ad-free version of this podcast, come on over to www.Pat...

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Episode 61 - Reposting Ep. 24 Chaos Theory's Flap of a Butterfly's Wings

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:31 - 11 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
Fifty years ago Dr. Edward Lorenz coined the term the Butterfly Effect and validated Poincaré's findings on Chaos Theory. To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like to hear an early-release, ad-free version of this podcast, come on over to www.Pat...

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When Women Gather

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:30 - 16 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
In eighteenth-century Europe, there was an increase in women entering the field of science, more so than in the seventeenth century. What inspired this incredible movement for women in STEM? To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like to hear an ea...

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Episode 60 - When Women Gather

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:30 - 16 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
In eighteenth-century Europe, there was an increase in women entering the field of science, more so than in the seventeenth century. What inspired this incredible movement for women in STEM? To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like to hear an ea...

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It Didn't Belong to Pythagoras

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:30 - 14 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
I have mentioned before that the Pythagorean Theorem was not Pythagoras's discovery. This podcast looks at the tangible proof of the theorem, and where it might have come from! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like to hear an early-release, a...

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Episode 59 - It Didn't Belong to Pythagoras

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:30 - 14 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
I have mentioned before that the Pythagorean Theorem was not Pythagoras's discovery. This podcast looks at the tangible proof of the theorem, and where it might have come from! To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like to hear an early-release, a...

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Galileo and the Inquisition Part 2

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:29 - 11 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
When we last left off, Saint Thomas Aquinas was determined to join the Dominican order. However, it didn’t go well with the family, and his mother was not happy. What follows are the details of his effect on the Galileo Affair.  To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHisto...

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Episode 58 - Galileo and the Inquisition Part 2

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:29 - 11 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
When we last left off, Saint Thomas Aquinas was determined to join the Dominican order. However, it didn’t go well with the family, and his mother was not happy. What follows are the details of his effect on the Galileo Affair.  To read the podcast's transcripts, visit me at www.MathScienceHistor...

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What do Aristotle and St. Aquinas have to do with the Galileo Affair?

Math Science History with Gabrielle Birchak - May 11, 2022 23:28 - 14 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
The Greek philosopher Aristotle was born in 384 BCE. The Italian philosopher St. Thomas Aquinas was born in 1225. Galileo Galilei was born on February 15, 1564. Between the three of them, there is a story that spans almost 2000 years. That story is known as the Galileo Affair. To read the podcas...