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Machine learning and artificial intelligence are dramatically changing the way businesses operate and people live. The TWIML AI Podcast brings the top minds and ideas from the world of ML and AI to a broad and influential community of ML/AI researchers, data scientists, engineers and tech-savvy business and IT leaders. Hosted by Sam Charrington, a sought after industry analyst, speaker, commentator and thought leader. Technologies covered include machine learning, artificial intelligence, de ...
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2 Broke Twimbos

Phil Chard & Danny that Guy

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What do you get when you combine two Zimbabweans with absolutely no financial muscle nor any real life influence? When all they possess is body odour & Twitter accounts? Welcome to 2 Broke Twimbos.
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Rara-Twimee

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Hai. Aku Rara. Aku seneng banget baca buku. Hehe aku pengen buat episode hal-hal menarik dari buku-buku yang ku baca. Ohya dan juga bisa jadi episode isi dari suara hatiku. Jadi ga melulu tentang buku yaaaa
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Dan & Phil are back again with another episode of the only podcast to be entirely funded by a presidential goat scheme. In this new episode, Dan & Phil review the iconic Ken & Friends Pop Out Concert that streamed live on Amazon Prime and broke light-skinned OVO hearts all around the world. Then Dan & Phil review Carpe Diem, the DJ Festival they bo…
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Today, we're joined by Andres Ravinet, sustainability global black belt at Microsoft, to discuss the role of AI in sustainability. We explore real-world use cases where AI-driven solutions are leveraged to help tackle environmental and societal challenges, from early warning systems for extreme weather events to reducing food waste along the supply…
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When you find yourself in a predicament, just remember: WWDC - What Would Dan Conclude? The 2 Broke Twimbos are back one more gain with a brand new episode of your favourite secretly recorded conversation masquerading as a podcast. They break down Apple entering the AI game, King Kandoro’s Properganda Tour, and what’s with Ster Kinekor closing? Enj…
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Today we’re joined by Fatih Porikli, senior director of technology at Qualcomm AI Research. In our conversation, we covered several of the Qualcomm team’s 16 accepted main track and workshop papers at this year’s CVPR conference. The papers span a variety of generative AI and traditional computer vision topics, with an emphasis on increased trainin…
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Guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back, na na na… The 2 Broke Twimbos return to another episode of fun and funkiness. Once again, we are here to celebrate a new dinosaur species found in Zimbabwe (no, not in cabinet), to analyze the history of Eminem, and to give you the back story you didn’t know you needed for your…
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Today, we're joined by Sasha Luccioni, AI and Climate lead at Hugging Face, to discuss the environmental impact of AI models. We dig into her recent research into the relative energy consumption of general purpose pre-trained models vs. task-specific, non-generative models for common AI tasks. We discuss the implications of the significant differen…
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Comrades, opps and fans of comedy, welcome to another episode of your favourite podcast to play while heading to a protest. Dan & Phil have both unfortunately watched Ultimatum: South Africa, they introspect on the impressive run by Learnmore Jonasi on America’s Got Talent, and what makes hip-hop hip-hop? Also, how far with Diddy’s investigation? A…
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Today, we're joined by Christopher Manning, the Thomas M. Siebel professor in Machine Learning at Stanford University and a recent recipient of the 2024 IEEE John von Neumann medal. In our conversation with Chris, we discuss his contributions to foundational research areas in NLP, including word embeddings and attention. We explore his perspectives…
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Ah look, another week and another reason not to trust your favourite celebrities. The 2 Broke Twimbos have a lot to speak about in a brand new episode of your favourite podcast to listen to while excavating your underground bunker for the apocalypse. From the heavy video exposing Diddy (surely we all already knew?) to music lists from Apple Music, …
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Today we're joined by Abdul Fatir Ansari, a machine learning scientist at AWS AI Labs in Berlin, to discuss his paper, "Chronos: Learning the Language of Time Series." Fatir explains the challenges of leveraging pre-trained language models for time series forecasting. We explore the advantages of Chronos over statistical models, as well as its prom…
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It’s a new world order, so you get a new episode of your favourite non-problematic, only mildly toxic podcast, Dan & Phil are back, and fear not non-rap fans! This time we talk only very little about the aftermath of Drake vs Kendrick. Dan & Phil delve into the things that made you love them in the first place, your bread & butter issues like black…
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Today we're joined by Joel Hestness, principal research scientist and lead of the core machine learning team at Cerebras. We discuss Cerebras’ custom silicon for machine learning, Wafer Scale Engine 3, and how the latest version of the company’s single-chip platform for ML has evolved to support large language models. Joel shares how WSE3 differs f…
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Everyone take a breath! What a week it's been for fans of rap, and the 2 Broke Twimbos have an extra bumper episode to wrap up (hopefully) what has been the most epic hip-hop battle of our adult lives. Enjoy an utterly unbiased and objective analysis of Drake's absolute evisceration at the hands of Kendrick Lamar, and ultimately, a podcast that sou…
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Today we're joined by Laurent Boinot, power and utilities lead for the Americas at Microsoft, to discuss the intersection of AI and energy infrastructure. We discuss the many challenges faced by current power systems in North America and the role AI is beginning to play in driving efficiencies in areas like demand forecasting and grid optimization.…
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This week Dan and Phil return with an episode that is straight fire Crodie! They welcome Rumbi and Amanda - the hosts of the Its Layered podcast to discuss cultural representation and what having people like Bruk Brooke representing the country on a global scale means. They also deliver a hot off-the-presses review of Kendrick Lamar’s response to D…
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Episode 208 contains the Digital Marketing News and Updates from the week of Apr 15-19, 2024. 1. Google Confirms: Fewer Links Needed for Effective SEO Rankings! - At the recent SERP Conference, Google's Gary Illyes reiterated a significant shift in SEO strategy: the diminishing importance of links in ranking web pages. During his presentation on Ap…
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Today we're joined by Azarakhsh (Aza) Jalalvand, a research scholar at Princeton University, to discuss his work using deep reinforcement learning to control plasma instabilities in nuclear fusion reactors. Aza explains his team developed a model to detect and avoid a fatal plasma instability called ‘tearing mode’. Aza walks us through the process …
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Fear not, ye may celebrate anon for a brand new episode of thine favourite podcast arriveth. Dan & Phil introduce theme songs for the podcast in various genres, using their keen musical ears and creative abilities before delving into the discussions you know and love them for, like who’s winning the hip-hop beef (for only 15min I promise), Taylor S…
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Today we're joined by Kirk Marple, CEO and founder of Graphlit, to explore the emerging paradigm of "GraphRAG," or Graph Retrieval Augmented Generation. In our conversation, Kirk digs into the GraphRAG architecture and how Graphlit uses it to offer a multi-stage workflow for ingesting, processing, retrieving, and generating content using LLMs (like…
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The podcast is back! And Dan & Phil are still geeking out over the hip-hop beef between Drake and Kendrick/Rick Ross/Future/Metro Boomin/The Avengers. But there's more to talk about, the tech ombudsmen talk about Starlink, the MKBHD vs the Humane AI Pin and ultimately, humans vs intelligence. Enjoy! Chapters: 00:04:04 - Intro 00:14:50 - ADIB - Afri…
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Today we're joined by Alex Havrilla, a PhD student at Georgia Tech, to discuss "Teaching Large Language Models to Reason with Reinforcement Learning." Alex discusses the role of creativity and exploration in problem solving and explores the opportunities presented by applying reinforcement learning algorithms to the challenge of improving reasoning…
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Episode 207 contains the Digital Marketing News and Updates from the week of Apr 08-12, 2024. 1. How Index Selection and Canonicalization Are Impacted During Google's Core Algorithm Updates - In a recent LinkedIn conversation, a significant topic was brought to the forefront by David Minchala, addressing a common misconception in the SEO community …
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This week is a tough one for the podcast. Like the heart-wrenching scene in The Godfather when Michael realised that Fredo had betrayed him, the big brothers of podcasting had to remind their little brothers that they need a little more than 6 Feet to box with us. We also stave off full-on panic attacks as we discuss how J Cole has now managed to l…
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Episode 206 contains the Digital Marketing News and Updates from the week of Apr 1-5, 2024. 1. Recovering from Google's March 2024 Core Update - In the aftermath of Google's March 2024 core update, many website owners, particularly small businesses, have felt the impact of significant traffic fluctuations. Google's John Mueller provided some clarit…
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Today we're joined by Peter Hase, a fifth-year PhD student at the University of North Carolina NLP lab. We discuss "scalable oversight", and the importance of developing a deeper understanding of how large neural networks make decisions. We learn how matrices are probed by interpretability researchers, and explore the two schools of thought regardi…
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Another week, another delivery of your favourite weekly pop culture & tech review, same old podcast, but brand new currency. Dan & Phil sit down to perform lab experiments to determine whether Netflix has your Facebook DM's, whether The Neptunes should be plural or singular, or whether Lizzo should be talking to us right now. And other stuff too of…
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Episode 205 contains the Digital Marketing News and Updates from the week of Mar 25-29, 2024. 1. Google's Guidance On Helpful Content Update - Google's Search Liaison recently addressed concerns about the Helpful Content Update (HCU), providing clear guidance for content creators facing ranking changes. Announced on March 25, 2024, this advice aims…
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Today we're joined by Jonas Geiping, a research group leader at the ELLIS Institute, to explore his paper: "Coercing LLMs to Do and Reveal (Almost) Anything". Jonas explains how neural networks can be exploited, highlighting the risk of deploying LLM agents that interact with the real world. We discuss the role of open models in enabling security r…
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The dextrous duo has returned to talk out they necks on a brand new episode of the only podcast to not be named in ongoing Department of Homeland Security investigations. Dan & Phil click up to bring you your weekly dose of answers to questions like: What's going on with TikTok? And why is the US choosing violence against Apple? Also, with Beyonce'…
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Today we’re joined by Mido Assran, a research scientist at Meta’s Fundamental AI Research (FAIR). In this conversation, we discuss V-JEPA, a new model being billed as “the next step in Yann LeCun's vision” for true artificial reasoning. V-JEPA, the video version of Meta’s Joint Embedding Predictive Architecture, aims to bridge the gap between human…
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Ahoy ma comrades! (AHOY!) The 2 Broke Twimbos are back once again, pushing P and taking names, with a brand new episode of the last remaining podcast to never be fired by that X / Tesla guy. The tech ombudsmen continue in their quest to make sure you are aware of such lesser-known radical tech innovations as YouTube and TikTok. They also count the …
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Today we’re joined by Sherry Yang, senior research scientist at Google DeepMind and a PhD student at UC Berkeley. In this interview, we discuss her new paper, "Video as the New Language for Real-World Decision Making,” which explores how generative video models can play a role similar to language models as a way to solve tasks in the real world. Sh…
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Comrades and opps, the depths of endurance and sheer resilience that were reached for us to bring you this episode can only be matched by the fervent support and goodness of vibe that you send our way. In this brand new episode, Dan & Phil finally reunite, and they waste no time in bringing back their trademark ombudsmanship of technology, from phi…
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Episode 202 contains the Digital Marketing News and Updates from the week of Mar 4-8, 2024. 1. IndexNow Insights & Top SEO Insights Report - In an announcement at PubCon and then shared on the Bing blog by Fabrice Canel, Principal Product Manager at Microsoft Bing, Bing Webmaster Tools has introduced new insights and reports aimed at enhancing site…
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Today we’re joined by Sayash Kapoor, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University. Sayash walks us through his paper: "On the Societal Impact of Open Foundation Models.” We dig into the controversy around AI safety, the risks and benefits of releasing open model weights, and how we can establish common ground for as…
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