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    It pays to be conscientious. Extroverted, not so much.



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    Andrew Ng, former leader of Google’s and Baidu’s AI divisions, joins Azeem Azhar to discuss how businesses should approach AI adoption, and how machine intelligence will change industries and our work.



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    Does Space represent a real economic opportunity or are expensive endeavors like SpaceX a form of billionaire hubris? Youngme, Felix and Mihir discuss the Race for Space, before debating the viability of the electric scooter market in cities around the world.



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    Even seemingly engaged employees are often disengaged by some measures.



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    It’s a disservice to students and civil society.



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    Five strategies can help.



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    Christina Stembel started Farmgirl Flowers to improve the way the commercial flower industry offers choice, quality, and price. Today she’s at the helm of a growing company that serves flower lovers nationwide.



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    How the industry is changing in the U.S., China, and Africa.



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    Sponsor content from KPMG.



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    The founder of Lambda School on its experiment with income-sharing agreements.



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    It’s the best way for the U.S. health care system to control costs and improve quality.



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    Critical thinking isn’t an innate skill. It can be learned.



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    It’s too focused on individuals and not enough on systems.



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    Combining data from multiple sources, they create a more holistic view of the patient.



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    Students learn best when they aren’t challenged too much or too little.



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    Ten steps for demonstrating your value.



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    Why is the routine exchange of patient information still so difficult?



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    Being the “only” in the workplace — the only woman, the only person of color, the only one openly suffering from a mental or physical illness — can contribute to existing mental health issues. At the same time, bringing your whole self to work — even when you are an “only” and might be the only person struggling with clinical depression or anxiety — can be a huge strength in the business world.

    In this episode, we’ll look at anxiety and depression through the lens of being an “only” or a “first” at work. Host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with two experts on the topic: Angela Neal-Barnett, an award-winning psychologist and expert on anxiety among African-Americans, and author of “Soothe Your Nerves,” and Nilofer Merchant, the author of “The Power of Onlyness.”



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    Students learn better when learning is tailored to them.



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  • 10/14/19--12:10: Let’s Talk About Money
  • Talking with colleagues about how much we earn can help us figure out if we’re being paid fairly, but sharing those numbers is stressful. With the help of experts, we discuss the tricky practicalities of salary disclosure and what to do with that sensitive information once we’ve got it. Guests: Zoë Cullen, Gaby Dunn, and Amelia Ransom. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.



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