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Talks at Google

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The Talks at Google podcast - where great minds meet. Talks at Google brings the world’s most influential thinkers, creators, makers, and doers all to one place. Every episode is taken from a video that can be seen at YouTube.com/TalksAtGoogle.DISCLAIMER: The views or opinions expressed by the guest speakers are solely their own and do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Google, Inc. The comments on this channel belong only to the person who posted them. We do, however, reserve the right to remove off-topic or inappropriate comments.Also, the materials presented in the episodes are licensed to Google by the speaker(s). Google does not endorse any products or technology presented by the guest speakers.

Latest Episodes

Ep 85 - The Broadway Cast of Hadestown

Listen in for an exciting performance and discussion with the cast of Broadway's ""Hadestown"", nominated for 14 2019 Tony Awards, including Best Musical!

56 MIN2 d ago
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Ep 85 - The Broadway Cast of Hadestown

Ryan Holiday: "Stillness is the Key"

Ryan Holiday discusses how he draws on timeless stoic and buddhist philosophy to demonstrate why slowing down is the secret strategy for those charging ahead. Get his book here: https://goo.gle/32fHERi. Visit http://g.co/TalksAtGoogle/stillnessto watch the video.

55 MIN1 w ago
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Ryan Holiday: "Stillness is the Key"

Dr. Shami Chatterjee: "Building a Galaxy-Scale Gravitational Wave Detector"

In this podcast, Dr. Shami Chatterjee, an astronomer at the Cornell Center for Astrophysics and Planetary Science and a member of the NANOGrav collaboration, discusses the ongoing efforts to build a Galaxy-scale detector to observe gravitational waves, an effort that has resulted in the detection of these ripples from stellar-mass black holes, as well as directly imaging a supermassive black hole.

55 MIN2 w ago
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Dr. Shami Chatterjee: "Building a Galaxy-Scale Gravitational Wave Detector"

Tony Hale: A.C.T.’s "Wakey, Wakey"

Talks at Google is proud to welcome comedian, actor & writer, Tony Hale, who you may know from hit shows like Arrested Development, Veep, and most recently Toy Story 4!

41 MIN3 w ago
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Tony Hale: A.C.T.’s "Wakey, Wakey"

Jeff Probst: "A Peek Behind the Scenes of Survivor's 20-Year Success"

Jeff Probst, executive producer and host of the Emmy Award-winning CBS show Survivor, visits Talks at Google to discuss the success of Survivor’s 20 year run in celebration of CBS Survivor’s 20th anniversary and its season 40 premiere.

53 MINMAR. 3
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Jeff Probst: "A Peek Behind the Scenes of Survivor's 20-Year Success"

Jocelyn Bell Burnell: "She Discovered the Pulsar, but the Nobel Went to Her Supervisor" | Zeitgeist 2019

Jocelyn Bell Burnell talks through her professional history, from overcoming imposter syndrome as a graduate student in Cambridge to discovering pulsars, getting passed over for a Nobel Prize, inspiring Joy Division to make one of the most iconic album covers of all time, and doing her best to lift up women and people of color interested in graduate work in astronomy.

22 MINFEB. 28
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Jocelyn Bell Burnell: "She Discovered the Pulsar, but the Nobel Went to Her Supervisor" | Zeitgeist 2019

Richard Miles & Kate Germond: "From Prisoner to CNN Hero"

Richard Miles, the Founder/Executive Director of Miles of Freedom and 2019 finalist for CNN’s Hero of the year, spent 15 years in prison for a Dallas, TX murder he did not commit. Centurion re-investigated Richard’s case and ultimately freed him from wrongful incarceration. In the 10+ years since his release, Richard has dedicated his life to helping men and women re-adjust to life after incarceration, and provide them with the tools they need to build new lives.

55 MINFEB. 25
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Richard Miles & Kate Germond: "From Prisoner to CNN Hero"

Brian Grazer & Ted Sarandos: "Why You Should Look People In The Eye" | Zeitgeist 2019

This episode features Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer and Chief Content Officer at Netflix, Ted Sarandos talk about the power of human connection in an industry where people must believe in ideas that don't exist yet. His book, Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection, is out now.

22 MINFEB. 21
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Brian Grazer & Ted Sarandos: "Why You Should Look People In The Eye" | Zeitgeist 2019

Barbara Sahakian: ""Sex, Lies, and Brain Scans: How fMRI Reveals What Really Goes on in Our Minds"

Barbara Sahakian is Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at Cambridge In this talk, she discusses her book "Sex, Lies, and Brain Scans: How fMRI Reveals What Really Goes on in Our Minds". With co-author Julia Gottwald, she takes readers beyond the media headlines, considering what the technique of fMRI entails, and what information it can give us. They show which applications are possible today, which ones are science fiction, and also discuss the important ethical questions these techniques raise.

57 MINFEB. 18
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Barbara Sahakian: ""Sex, Lies, and Brain Scans: How fMRI Reveals What Really Goes on in Our Minds"

Mark Thompson and Lydia Polgreen: "How the New York Times Became Profitable" | Zeitgeist 2019

President and CEO of The New York Times Mark Thompson and Editor-in-Chief of HuffPost Lydia Polgreen take on today's headlines, the threat that disinformation presents to our existence, and how to survive as a news organization when journalism is both vital and undervalued.

22 MINFEB. 14
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Mark Thompson and Lydia Polgreen: "How the New York Times Became Profitable" | Zeitgeist 2019

Latest Episodes

Ep 85 - The Broadway Cast of Hadestown

Listen in for an exciting performance and discussion with the cast of Broadway's ""Hadestown"", nominated for 14 2019 Tony Awards, including Best Musical!

56 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Ep 85 - The Broadway Cast of Hadestown

Ryan Holiday: "Stillness is the Key"

Ryan Holiday discusses how he draws on timeless stoic and buddhist philosophy to demonstrate why slowing down is the secret strategy for those charging ahead. Get his book here: https://goo.gle/32fHERi. Visit http://g.co/TalksAtGoogle/stillnessto watch the video.

55 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Ryan Holiday: "Stillness is the Key"

Dr. Shami Chatterjee: "Building a Galaxy-Scale Gravitational Wave Detector"

In this podcast, Dr. Shami Chatterjee, an astronomer at the Cornell Center for Astrophysics and Planetary Science and a member of the NANOGrav collaboration, discusses the ongoing efforts to build a Galaxy-scale detector to observe gravitational waves, an effort that has resulted in the detection of these ripples from stellar-mass black holes, as well as directly imaging a supermassive black hole.

55 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Dr. Shami Chatterjee: "Building a Galaxy-Scale Gravitational Wave Detector"

Tony Hale: A.C.T.’s "Wakey, Wakey"

Talks at Google is proud to welcome comedian, actor & writer, Tony Hale, who you may know from hit shows like Arrested Development, Veep, and most recently Toy Story 4!

41 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Tony Hale: A.C.T.’s "Wakey, Wakey"

Jeff Probst: "A Peek Behind the Scenes of Survivor's 20-Year Success"

Jeff Probst, executive producer and host of the Emmy Award-winning CBS show Survivor, visits Talks at Google to discuss the success of Survivor’s 20 year run in celebration of CBS Survivor’s 20th anniversary and its season 40 premiere.

53 MINMAR. 3
Comments
Jeff Probst: "A Peek Behind the Scenes of Survivor's 20-Year Success"

Jocelyn Bell Burnell: "She Discovered the Pulsar, but the Nobel Went to Her Supervisor" | Zeitgeist 2019

Jocelyn Bell Burnell talks through her professional history, from overcoming imposter syndrome as a graduate student in Cambridge to discovering pulsars, getting passed over for a Nobel Prize, inspiring Joy Division to make one of the most iconic album covers of all time, and doing her best to lift up women and people of color interested in graduate work in astronomy.

22 MINFEB. 28
Comments
Jocelyn Bell Burnell: "She Discovered the Pulsar, but the Nobel Went to Her Supervisor" | Zeitgeist 2019

Richard Miles & Kate Germond: "From Prisoner to CNN Hero"

Richard Miles, the Founder/Executive Director of Miles of Freedom and 2019 finalist for CNN’s Hero of the year, spent 15 years in prison for a Dallas, TX murder he did not commit. Centurion re-investigated Richard’s case and ultimately freed him from wrongful incarceration. In the 10+ years since his release, Richard has dedicated his life to helping men and women re-adjust to life after incarceration, and provide them with the tools they need to build new lives.

55 MINFEB. 25
Comments
Richard Miles & Kate Germond: "From Prisoner to CNN Hero"

Brian Grazer & Ted Sarandos: "Why You Should Look People In The Eye" | Zeitgeist 2019

This episode features Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer and Chief Content Officer at Netflix, Ted Sarandos talk about the power of human connection in an industry where people must believe in ideas that don't exist yet. His book, Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection, is out now.

22 MINFEB. 21
Comments
Brian Grazer & Ted Sarandos: "Why You Should Look People In The Eye" | Zeitgeist 2019

Barbara Sahakian: ""Sex, Lies, and Brain Scans: How fMRI Reveals What Really Goes on in Our Minds"

Barbara Sahakian is Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at Cambridge In this talk, she discusses her book "Sex, Lies, and Brain Scans: How fMRI Reveals What Really Goes on in Our Minds". With co-author Julia Gottwald, she takes readers beyond the media headlines, considering what the technique of fMRI entails, and what information it can give us. They show which applications are possible today, which ones are science fiction, and also discuss the important ethical questions these techniques raise.

57 MINFEB. 18
Comments
Barbara Sahakian: ""Sex, Lies, and Brain Scans: How fMRI Reveals What Really Goes on in Our Minds"

Mark Thompson and Lydia Polgreen: "How the New York Times Became Profitable" | Zeitgeist 2019

President and CEO of The New York Times Mark Thompson and Editor-in-Chief of HuffPost Lydia Polgreen take on today's headlines, the threat that disinformation presents to our existence, and how to survive as a news organization when journalism is both vital and undervalued.

22 MINFEB. 14
Comments
Mark Thompson and Lydia Polgreen: "How the New York Times Became Profitable" | Zeitgeist 2019

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