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"delft university" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

07:27 min | 6 months ago

"delft university" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

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A dot So you've arrived at stanford you're into your program you're learning you're going through the same thought process that many other students engage in in terms of learning versus contributing. And you know that period stanford as you're growing from there into your career and your kind of moving toward the thing that brought us into the podcast today which is women in data science and there had been some formative you know events and thoughts and experiences that kind of lead toward that. I'm kind of curious about what your personal experiences were. That ultimately led to this thing that we're about to talk about afterwards. Yeah if he asked me for one thing that ultimately led to this was frustration. That was it almost forty years ago. When i was fifteen and at high school i chose to go into this direction is physics on. It did math and from that moment on. I've always been one of the very few or the only girl or woman in a male dominated environment i've always had that and the student organization was to same delft university at that time had a very very low percentage of girls or female students. I was always every job. That i've had been the first and the only woman so i've been in his own native varmint and i've always managed to do quite well. I've liked it. I've always gotten along with my colleagues at least hope if they listen they agree with me but i felt at home but i also had some moments is okay to use your. It's okay yes really imams. So i have experienced everything that women talk about harassment by his misogyny. All those things they happen. So it's a mixed bag. And i've always thought that the positives balanced the negatives don't outweigh probably balance. And in the meantime i was working on stuff. I really love but pains me. That so many girls and women in the field really do struggle in their two things primarily the paint paint. That women are often not treated well. That is one thing that we can talk about me. Being harassed and i've experienced every form of that is a horrible thing to happen and so it takes courage to go through. And i feel for everybody that that goes through that man as well who are in that situation everybody whatever gender we not just talk about way madam man by all genders. They are really hard by that. And the other thing that really pains me is our show many talented girls and women who dream of making contribution in the stem space who some feel. They don't have what it takes. And when i was growing up i heard that your girl. You're not supposed to be as good. My brother was really good in stem. I was also very good in stem. They were surprised when i was a good. They would not surprise. My brother is good. You know how silly is that right teacher saying you're just as good or in some ways some areas. Maybe even better than my brother. They just couldn't get ahead around and pains me because there's no reason for girls to feel that way and when i had a son when he went through elementary school. I sold that already happening there. I didn't elementary school said were girl saying. I just can't do math or there. were female. Teachers saying to do mass now but later on we'll do something fun again who that hurts. Yeah and so. I've always felt that as one of the few women in computational mathematics. I help to try to change this and i had to try to support women and first of all the bank dimiss that still persists to this day under two won. Miss is that you have to have an extremely strong innate ability to do well in stem particularly computing particularly mathematics. And of course that comes in as a double whammy right maths and computing and data signs in. That's been debunked as well and you don't have it helps. Of course it helps when you have a really strong ability like it helps if you are natural good runner but it doesn't mean that if you're not a naturally good runner you can still become pretty good. Damn runner sure if you stray rate in the same data signs and the second myth is that women or girls simply do not have as much of this nate ability as men or boys and that is also been debunked by. Did this still show common. That people think this. I really worry about that with my own. Eight year old daughter. She loves science and likes math. But i feel like we're having to push against you know even today in twenty twenty one. It feels like we're still fighting that same battle that you did for all those years maybe not as much. Maybe it's getting better. But i'm seeing that. I'm not sure it's getting better. Oh okay i think these myths have this unbelievable Nature and of course because diskettes perpetuated in industry and so on. So when when. I was a student at high school and also in college. I heard time and time again. People say i. It's getting better. The pipeline is growing. There's more girls coming into this field so event in naturally this will all progress in you know what it doesn't if you are below a certain threshold and this may maybe twenty five thirty percent. That's been my experience and you're seen as different. It is exceedingly hard for that to change. Naturally organically change happens when people are no longer seen as different when people women doing stem you know the same with the people from different colors. Different races doing stem when that's normalized. And that is what we're working on with women in data science. Trying to normalize this that it's totally natural to have a.

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"delft university" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"delft university" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Did manage to confuse the computers. Thank little. CHEF. Yeah it's a good thing that followed those Ra's. Yeah. All right. Well, that was an interesting one. I thought. Yeah, I think strange interesting I have doubt it'll be a lot of retraining gang on this. I'd. Believe. They're talking to different controllers or not. You think they would've noticed Yeah. Are you would hope at least they could see the nearby traffic if they weren't talking to it I. Think Right. Well speaking that was interesting in a negative way. Here's an interesting one in a positive way. Flying the model completes its first flight and this is from Abbott Web DOT COM in partnership with Dutch airline Kalem. Delft University of Technology. To you dealt has successfully flown a scale model of its flying the airliner concept for the first time. The remotely controlled model weighs in at twenty two point, five kilograms, which is forty nine point pounds. With a three point, zero, six meter or ten about ten foot wingspan the flying any presages now has very, very, very small people. Okay. Yes. very where they're looking for a lot of very, very small pilots. the flying V, which integrates the passenger cabin cargo hold and fuel tanks in the wings. Is designed to be. Does that mean you're going to be sitting there and there's going to be feel slushayete. Fully, on your head, the cargoes GonNa get all wet with Jill can be very strange. It's not. Really thought, there's a few issues to work. Look at the video here in a second. One of our were. Have audio with video. So yeah. Just in case.

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"delft university" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"delft university" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"No small potatoes here he developed this collaboration with Delft University of Technology and the naturalist bio-diversity Center. The living cocoon actually contains a maas bed packed with my cell implants roots, and a lush ecosystem of micro organisms. It is already on the market in the Netherlands and has been used for a burial at hang new, which is a city on the North Sea coast of Western Netherlands initial tests of the coffin indicate that it degrades soil over about thirty to forty five days, and the loop team estimates bodies within coffins should decompose after three years. Mushrooms can also remove contaminants from soils. So the researchers have a quote bigger vision to use coffins to purify. Mints, they go on to say quote, we have a dream of having super new natural funeral based concepts in which we go to different cities and search for the most dirty soil and start cleaning that up with our graves. It goes on to say quote we already have this product launched on the market but what we want to really know is how long does Decomposition take exactly what does the decomposition phase look like and also this is super important. What kind of chemicals can absorb and what amounts. Now you see none of that is interesting to me. However, I must say that the living cocoon is one of the many emerging concepts that aim to reduce the environmental tolls of current mortuary norms according to this article. Now I, really don't know what that means. I wasn't aware that there was a grave environmental toll right now according to this article both caskets and cadavers are treated with chemicals that leach into soil over time potentially contaminating groundwater. Green burials are not exactly a new phenomenon as indigenous cultures around the world have practice environmentally friendly mortuary practices for thousands of years, and the example they uses hilarious quote sky burials which expose buddies to high altitudes where they can be scavenged by birds and animals which are still practice in Himalayas today. Doesn't sound blessant at all. But in the words of the creator of this fungus grave quote I, think people are ready for this. I don't know that means I don't think he does either either way it's time to move on. We're going to do a last short story. A fifth grader told to remove hooters facemask in class, which is coincidentally my last story and my Florida story of the week a fifth grade student was told not to wear his face mask because it contained the hooters logo on it, which violates the Student Code of conduct the Child who was eleven years old has said that he had been wearing the mask to class for the entire school season, which started at sunset park elementary last August. Earlier this week the principal told him. It was quote inappropriate because it expresses a woman's body. The boy's father disagrees quote he's not thought that there is anything wrong with the mask nor does he think there's anything wrong with the restaurant? And so he called the principal and told him quote he told me it was deemed offensive i. told him. We go there as a family we each their wings we watch their sports I said, we have chocolate cake we go there all the time it is not an offensive mask. I love the story, the Child said quote I believe it was a counselor that came and she told me to take it off and that it wasn't appropriate so I needed to take it off. He went on to say I asked her if I was allowed to wear it inside out and she said, yes, I could wear it inside out I. Love this. Giddy. Repeats Everything. So I wore it like that the rest of Jim However, the kid's father says the child was actually upset by this order quote he was afraid he was going to get reprimanded in trouble and perhaps suspended from school Yeah. I don't think any child's ever been upset by being suspended from school. Quote I've never viewed it as anything but a restaurant do we feel women's bodies our offensive? I don't know I don't the principal. told me that it was inappropriate. I said, I don't understand why it's inappropriate. There's nothing wrong with that mask. Any went on to say clode we do like the chicken wings, they have the best chicken wings. And with that I think we're going to go ahead and take a break stay tuned in the next segment where I will give you my top ten unsolved mysteries. The GMC unhappiness podcast takes you on a journey of exploration. We'll discuss tried and true methods alongside the latest trends of how to best live your life to.

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"delft university" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"delft university" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

"That may ultimately lead to amazing devices that I think will be valuable even the research community but They really run into the because if you don't understand the biology may run into. The applications won't work you have the greatest device ever, but to to really interface and to be able to you know engage in some productive way whatever that is with the brain. That might be really challenging. Yeah. Yeah. I think there is a reason that people studied biology and if our friend Ed Boyd isn't involved with neural link I, don't know why. I feel he is an ideal person to be involved scientific. Ed Boyden. So. So so smart and interesting that he might be the one who's running the show who knows. But I think of engineering I have a engineered product that I thought you would really like. We were laughing how today how you know you and I, sort of have very different approaches to life where you know you're interested in getting solar panels put on the house. So that you know we we diminish our energy footprint and even though you know the amount right now, it doesn't make financial sense because we never recover that money and. I bought a cool barbecue. Priority. Okay. So this is a battery free Gameboy that apparently uses but the energy from the button presses and solar to power the device. So you could essentially have a boy old school from our childhood. That harvest energy from the user's actions? And so it will never run out of charge want to read this because I have seen in my life. So many like repetitive actions that we as humans do. That you think are just untapped sources of energy. Now. You've heard about these adaptive floors that basically use the vibrations of the crowd walking off them basically generate electricity. I've thought many times as I've sat and sweated my butt off on Peleton bike. Can I just put some sort of inductive call up against the the wheel I can't Yes no no. I want not power itself. I mean, Oh, I see my camera you're. He. Harder. Our. Charge my phone or charge a battery. Because I'm obviously it showing all the wattage output our I'm putting in kind of like managed. Yeah, it's just pure but in this, you know obviously the button presses think of all the energy transfer just from the clicking your thumb. So that's cool. I thought it was cool. This is Um by researchers at northwestern and the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. So look out for that new version of a game boy that I think you know so many devices now evil low-voltage. You could see a lot of things you know becoming. Yeah Greener just because they just don't require a lot of power. That's really cool and a little bit more good news for you. I know that people who have. Not Gone to the hair salons for months..

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"delft university" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"delft university" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Even get our own work space check it out this is what it looks like behind the scenes it doesn't look like much tables outlets TV's and of course the essentials the snacks but for us just to have a roof over our heads and a place to call our own it is so helpful it really is very luxurious I tell you now we got to cover media day last night it was in credible just to see we cover the Kansas City Chiefs as they arrived we got to interview on the players and to see them walk in Patrick homes so exciting you can tell they are on cloud nine right now mark is a Lauren Melissa thank you very much have fun down there all right let's do some trending news be nice to be outside without a jet has announced is gonna pause the death of Mister Pena campaigns their Superbowl campaign we talked about late last week following a holic have that helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others company still plans the error as you roll and showing the funeral of Mister Pena however planners will pause paid advertising and told the Superbowl that recent ad campaign was primarily seen on Twitter and you too company officials as planned it will evaluate their next steps through a lens of sensitivity so Google drive suffered a widespread outage on Monday blocking access for millions outage affected commonly use apps like Google docs slides and she needs a lot of people use it for work website outage tracker down detectors to spike in reports yesterday morning many individuals tweeted about the interruptions a cause for working for school American users are affected the most although outages reported worldwide to second Google drive outage in less than a week wonder if someone's going on with that and the crystal cabin awards shortlist is out these are nominees for best ideas for airline cabins of the future you want to see some areas alright here's one here it's a concert from Delft university of technology in the Netherlands the seats turn into bunk beds so this is what they look like before their bunk beds so thank you kind of face the middle of the plane and the sort of pull out into bunk beds if you wanna sleep this design here from eighty is aerospace features three seats at the front of the plane and something expands out from the ball can you get a full bed pretty cool so you kind of cut a lot together he was very cold your family.

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"delft university" Discussed on The Energy Podcast

The Energy Podcast

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"delft university" Discussed on The Energy Podcast

"From strikes by I school children around the world and climate change protesters bringing parts of capital cities to a standstill. The debate around climate issues has never been louder. But what difference if any is it actually making and how should energy companies respond. I'm Brian Mackenzie. And this is the energy podcast from Shell today. The Great Energy Debate. Please give a big round of applause for four penalties which sells integrated gas and new energies director. Martin Metzler explaining that increased awareness around climate change. It is leading to changes in behavior. The increasingly we see very major corporations. Come to us. We have a very large electricity clean electricity. The business in the United States and we see big corporations with big brands. Come to us and say we need to be voluntarily procure clean energy twenty four seven urgently because we worry that our customers will still buying from us. A societal pressure is making change. Not just I in politics but also with people there by energy but Martin also believes finding the solution to clean energy. That people actually want is complicated. I absolutely think business has a big role to play in creating the future but it does need to produce things that customers want to buy if we produce use things that customers don't want because they're too expensive or too far ahead of their time then we can't live and so it's an interplay between society government and business that needs to you get the energy transition going so there were changes amongst businesses and companies. But what about elsewhere polian harder a professor in energy gee systems at delft. University says students that have been talking about the energy transition for a while. We have seen this problem. It's it's on the top of our agendas but it helps us in getting the message out in incentivizing students to become more active. We occurred have a plan to reduce co two emissions of the entire. You you dealt and our campus and I think also importantly it may also have I hope at least I have no evidence they just a case that may also attract attract more students too detailed and similar universities in energy programs to help us change society. It can be unique selling point so to speak and I would love to you. See that the let's say in the outside world on climate and climate change and the you know the feeling that young people have that incentivize them to start programs on on changing the rules themselves and that question of who is driving the change was a recurring theme with many saying there is a glaring generational gap in attitudes institutes wolves changing how we make and consume energy OPEC Esu an engineer from Nigeria. She explained why young people in particular also engaged. I think a lot more young people are speaker myself. For example more aware of the impact. Fossils is having known our environment an am some we appreciate brought us this far like like Marcus said it's eighty percent of our energy production is from foreseeable. I think most young people who agree that it's time to move on. I think the frustration comes from the pace at which the transition is currently happening. And I think that's why a lot of people tend to take on activism about climate change because the rate at which climate change is happening is not as quakers. The transition is happening a lot. More people would like to see more funding for research ideas on innovation. And there's so much sean that could be done using technology harnessing engineering as well within that space for it's not currently done at pace which the impact is the negative impact. It's having on the environmental environmental. I think that's the space where many young people are. They want to do something about it. They want to but is innovating ideas. Or just in Darren capacity have a voice to voice the opinion. It's not just young people so I think people are more passionate because they feel they're gonNA leave longer and experience more of the impact of it. They feel more responsible. Move to be able to push people. Leadership Opportunities. Young people are not people in leadership positions at the moment the conversation moves on the role oil and gas companies have have to play in the short and long term his. What Delft University Energy club discuss climate change and debate possible solutions wanted to know companies uneasily Shell and BP are trying to show that they're taking lead in the nose you transition and should we let oil and gas companies the lead in the nosy transition knowing that they have shareholders profit maximization on the top of their agenda multi-asset slow from? Shell was the a fast to respond well. First of all it's important. People sometimes sing of our shareholders s rich billionaires mostly our shareholders pension plans are our mutual fund instead invest people savings and they take care of people's benches going forward if you do the pension debate in Europe of course lowering. Pensions is is a tough. Perform dividend is actually funding very very important and cash flows elsewhere in the economy. Our challenge really is to scale the response to the energy condition in an economically responsible way. And just just our challenge. It's everybody's tennis the second point that say you'd say the profit maximization is at the top of our agenda. That doesn't get you very far. If that's the only agenda we've been around for under twenty five years by actually serving serving all our stakeholders which are neighbors where we have our facilities. which is the population of the countries? We live in the people that work for us and also our shareholders but it's a balancing act rather than just serving then draw them to serving pensions and not often linked to the climate debate but they were raised in this one which came as something of a surprise industrial poll. London audience was asked if they would in theory be willing to give up some of that. Pensions in order to fund. `and quick action on climate change. Most said they would okay in London. How soon they basically say it's OK? Let's I to tell the pension. Joe Coleman shells. UK Energy Transition Manager said. She noticed public shift in sentiment. The more of less than ever were willing to make sacrifices to help tackle climate change but then she added that those changes needed to be fair. I think what we're saying. We took about chair holders and pensions. And I think it's great that people want to give something up. We talk about aviation and this low talk in the you care about. We need to stop flying off. Fly Lasse we have to be fair to everybody. We can give things up but but you know some people have perhaps more capable of giving something up than others. Yes We we talked a bit about energy use in places like Nigeria. If you have no energy you've got nothing to give up because if we fail that we're pulling away from quality of life if people will reject the transition. I don't think.

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"delft university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of subtle. well the rituals and is a scientist a prominent MIT climatologists he doesn't think the sciences settled murder many others. the effort is led by a goose a better quote the Dutch engineer who served as professor of acoustics geophysics and innovation management at the Delft university of technology. the letter states the term climate policies undermine the economic system and put lives at risk by the nine countries affordable energy Hey have you heard me say that many times. undermining the economic system you think that you think that there is going to be conflict. because of climate. economic change the destruction of the world economy that they left all over the world the hearings for. and may in fact succeeding. executing then you'll see conflict. the letter is released the question about this is will this be reported in the mainstream media and we know you'll know the answer it was as we say a rhetorical question. moving to impeachment continues. I was reminded that Rasheeda to leave another fight I don't remember if I played it for you divide play it a triple G. in January. where Rasheeda to leave but just took a microphone in front of her child life from a mistaken. after winning and said you want. don't.

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"delft university" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on PRI's The World

"But is it didn't seem there. He's a great potential people to change behavior us the result of making body. Trump was reading in some org. Oded cats is among the skeptics, he studies transportation at Delft university of technology in the Netherlands, and he says there are cities and towns around the world, experimenting with this Estonia's capital Tilin, for example, it made public transit free for residents back in two thousand thirteen the results. Not so great says cuts people who were biking walking or already using public transit are using it more as we don't see any dashing and car traffic, and if we can expect any changing emissions, and fortunately, I mean, do you understand that 'cause I don't if I were offered free public transportation? I think I'd be using it a lot. More than car. I mean, I know the benefits of car transportation and city like Boston where you need a car are specific groups forget the price does make events. What can I leave us a group and narrowly uninvolved in low income groups at the same time is very seldom cases one doesn't you studied trust because it's too expensive compared to the car. So that you can do to trust people fighting transport one is to make a fuse into car more expensive, and I emphasize using garnered owning a car fries measures congestion charging and Secondly, making body transport might drives included a surveys by Christine frequency interdependently primarily. So you mentioned tolin the Estonian capital. What cities have you looked at where they have eliminated any fee for writing public transport, and what have you seen there? So we have a software limited experience internationally. There are very few cases where we have meet size or larger cities with into studying being the most interesting example. Is about Hossa million residence. And basically, the what makes it difficult for Greece to become financially sustainable, so buddy transport systems worldwide. They have two main sources of income one being a subsidies that spears money in other being ticket revenues. So intended, we must register as residents of talent for you to believable for three writes in ad. We're about thirty thousand people that leave them taught him, but not registered as residents in. This was an incentive basically for them to register in one survey people tax, so the digital revenues from is when people tax goes people. But now new the earth covers for the loss ticket revenues so with when this plan goes into effect in Luxembourg who's going to be able to get on and off the buses and trains for free just citizens because with the whole the Benelux Belgium Netherlands Luxembourg, you've got a lot of people coming in just to work for the day right in the very good point. So in loosened boy. Fifty percent of people actually are commuters from neighboring countries, but merely Germany fronts individuals, and it's interesting John because it will only be free. India looks in Burgi on forest over Jit severe thank triplets a train trip from Germany or France. They will still has to pay is right. I mean Luxembourg is one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Ultimately, isn't that the reason you're actually able to try this out in the first place? I mean, could you imagine this happening in a less wealthy country? No. Indicate so looks can afford it. It's also the case of subsidy level binding, translates ODI surly high. It has very limited rule of suburban area workout Trump is less efficient. So for all these reasons is becomes the place where you can afford. Introducing this at the same time sink. There is a great potential for people to change their behavior as a result of making body. Trump was freaking awesome work outta cats professor focusing on transportation and planning Delft university of technology in the Netherlands. Thanks, very, much pleasure. Thank you a note. Now about someone you've heard on the show before Canadian Lilly sang, the world's Rupa Shenoy told us about her sing was once a depressed college graduate didn't know what she wanted to do with her life..

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"delft university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One of Europe's smallest countries. It's roughly the size of Rhode Island nestled between Belgium, Germany and France by this tiny nation has a big problem traffic. So it's doing something. No other country ever has making all public transportation. Free. Sounds like a great idea. But is it I didn't single there is a great potential for people to change their behavior. Assay result of making buddy Trump was reading Oded cats is among the skeptics, he studies transportation at Delft university of technology in the Netherlands, and he says there are cities and towns around the world, experimenting with this Estonia's capital talent. For example, it made public transit free residents back in twenty thirteen the results. Not. So great says cats people who were biking walking are already. Using public transit are using it more as we don't see any reduction in car traffic in there for we can expect any change in emissions. Unfortunately, I mean, do you understand that because? If I were offered free public transportation. I think I'd be using it a lot more. I mean, I know the benefits of car transportation and city like Boston where you need a car specific groups forget it does make it defense. User groups the narrative uninformed in low income groups at the same time. It's very seldom vacations. One doesn't you studied transmitted because it's too expensive compared to the car. So you can trust people. Choose body transplant one is to make because of using a car more expensive. Episodes using garnered in a car fries measures congestion charging and Secondly, making body transport might include surveys by recent frequency reliability primarily so you mentioned talent the Estonian capital. What cities have you looked at where they have eliminated any fee for writing public transport, and what have you seen there? So we have limited experience internationally. There are very few cases where we have meet size or larger cities of introduced restarting being the most interesting example is about half a million residents. And basically, the what difficulty for us to become financially sustainable, so transport systems worldwide have two main sources of income one being subsidies taxpayers money and being ticket revenues. So in town, and we must register us. Residents of talent for you to be these people for free right and about thirty thousand people leaving. But we're not registered as residents, and this was an incentive basically for them to raise during once people tax. So then additional revenues from municipal towns. Macos people now coverage for loss ticket revenues. So when this plan goes into effect in Luxembourg who's going to be able to get on and off the buses and trains for free just citizens because with the whole Benelux Belgium Netherlands Luxembourg, you've got a lot of people coming in just to work for the day right in the very good point. So. Fifty percent of people actually are commuters from neighboring countries Germany, France individual and an interesting shutting because it will only be free in Luxembourg part of rigid. If you take a train trip from Germany or funds, they will have to pay for is try. I mean Luxembourg is one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Ultimately, isn't that the reason you're actually able to try this out in the first place? I mean, could you imagine this happening in a less wealthy country? No. Educate. So looks invoking. Afforded is also the case of subsidy level OD fairly high. It has very limited. Drool of suburban area work. Audie Trump is less efficient. So for all these reasons is becomes a place where you can afford introduced in this series, a great potential, but people to change the behavior. I say result of making body. Trump was reading work older cats, professor focusing on transportation and planning at Delft university of technology and neverlands. Thanks very much. Pleasure. Thank you. A note now about someone you've heard on the show before Canadian Lilly sang the world's Rupa Shenoy told us about her sing was once a depressed college graduate didn't know what she wanted to do with her life. And then she started dressing up as Punjabi parents and making YouTube.

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"delft university" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Welcome back to Victor. I'm thrilled that you could join me again, let's hit this. I Pat as powered by our own custom silicon we have incredible group that does custom silicon at apple. We have a chip called a four which is our most advanced chip we've ever done the powers the ipad. It's got the processor the graphics. The I o the memory controller everything in this one chip and it screams. Now there have been a good number of MAC on arm. Rumors over the years, but they've never been as spot on reliable as recent iphone. Rumors just the opposite. In fact, back in may of twenty eleven the same year, apple launched the second generation macbook air, the one that went on to define and inspire the modern age of ultra books semi accurate said this so short story X8._6. is history on apple laptops, or will be in two to three years in any case. It's a done deal. Intel is out an apple chips are in the only question left is if they will use their own core. A Samsung core or the generic arm black box. My bet is on the generic. For the first round with a custom Ankor and moving to progressively, more proprietary features with each successive generation. Obviously that's not what happened, and that's the case with a lot of arm based macrumors, but I think it's important to go through the basic time-line, Michael Takura the very same month. And anonymous source told more information apple already made test equipment of thunderbolt MAC book air driven by a five processor. According to this source who saw live a five macbook air actually this test machine. Performed better than expected what they may have been referencing is a prototype hardware, I mentioned previously in August of twenty eleven. A paper was published by the Delft university of technology, titled porting Darwin to the MVP.

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"delft university" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on Triangulation

"How i feel when i'm trying to read these these academic papers describing albee's post quantum algorithms work but even if i don't if i if i can't keep up with the math i can take these algorithms and plug them into protocols effectively and you have to choose carefully to find the right combinations of things to you know to make to to update these widely used protocols that we've all been using for many years and just place the the the the classic public key algorithms with new ones that are able to stand quantum computers we're talking to phil zimmerman who teaches this stuff at delft university he's also internet hall of famer the creator pretty good privacy which is the most widely used email encryption software in the world and he's done a lot to protect our privacy we're going to have more with phil in just a bit i wanna talk to you about today about what we're doing today and how we can do this better and i'm really interested in the idea it's sort of the holy grail of incorporating privacy into our daytoday email without the hassle of installing which personally i i don't think a big hassle had a pg peaky since i think since i interviewed you in in two thousand three but it but i'm the only you know i i send out all my mail is signed and and i'm i baby once a month i get an email from somebody saying just seeing if my pgp implementations working and i'll say yes it is and i have maybe seven four five hundred keys in my chain but do we ever exchange encrypted email no because it's hard so how can we make this one of the difficulties is that you don't have a pg client that runs on you know your smartphone i carry a smartphone around and i you know and i also use ipad tablet and i use mac os i'm kind of apple guy and although i can run something similar to pgp on my mac os i can run privacy guard i cannot run it on my iphone or my ipad right it just doesn't work signing in apple mail but not these are these are really i want to spend some time with us that we need to.

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"delft university" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on Triangulation

"It's time for triangulation the show we get together with some of the most interesting people in technology and talk about what they've been up to and what they think and i am thrilled to welcome phil zimmermann who is an internet hall of fame member creator of pretty good privacy p g p he teaches crypto now at delft university in the netherlands that's where he's located but he's also still very much privacy advocate and very much in the forefront of privacy and fill is i haven't spoken to you since the screensavers back in and that's right leo i think both of us had considerably spray hair at that time i'm thrilled you remember it actually there's video of it on your page which is fantastic that was fifteen years ago at least yeah it was a long time ago so things have changed we've come an interesting distance in the last fifteen years p first of all let's let's go back a little bit too p g p and its creation because i think there's i am still i by the way i just want to say i still use pgp in the form of canoe privacy guard it's an open pgp immplementation pgp is open source and still i mean when edward snowden wanted to communicate with i guess it was glenn greenwald he said install pgp and of course glenn said what's that how do i do it and never could figure it out but for those of us who have and i don't think it's that hard these days to use it it's still has it remains yeah when i heard that story i i felt like snowden should have just found another journalist you know you don't know that well he worked with him somehow managed in fact i we have friends people like dan patterson who've made an effort to go to areas where journalists and activists are at great risk and teach them how to use technologies like signal and open pgp they can have these private communications in countries where your privacy is absolutely not protected in any way so so for all of us who still use pgp and those of us who used it over the years and for edward snowden thank you phil for that it really important work you're no longer connected with with pg p you peaching p is in the hands of its fifth owner i it was me in nineteen ninetyone in the in the mid through the mid nineties and then starting in ninety six belong to peachy p inc company that i started and then a couple years later it was sold to network associates remember them and then they they had it for they had it for a couple of years and it dated really know how to sell it they sold hundreds of products in their salespeople didn't invest a lot to learn what it was so they then another startup formed called peachy p corporation not related to peachy teeing and they bought the assets from network associates so now than it was another company that specialized in this product and that went on for a few years they turn that into a successful company and then sold it semantic or i think it was like three hundred fifty million foul i hope you got a big chunk of that no i had i had a a big chunk of pgp inc the in the nineties but as a changed hands time you know it's like it's not my company anymore it's my products company so so that i mean i did have a tiny amount of stock in that and and since then semantic has they even changed the name they don't even call it peach ep anymore really and i think i think they i think they have it maintained in india or something like that so are you are you okay though with what really happened to pgp which is an open pgp and and of course yeah that's so there's a number of vendors that implement the same protocol privacy guard is one of the better known one side there's also has some web based ones there's hush mail proton mail start mail maybe one or two others in and and then then them i think yes yeah yeah i back in around two thousand i did some work with hush mail they were the first one to do it on web based schmil schmil people now really seem to like.

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"delft university" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Originally and industrial design engineer studied at delft university during my studies i started my first company to get it with my brother and ads latest we me and my brother starts move the idea of a move up activity we originally from amsterdam but the idea popped up in new york we wear in new york for weekend we rented a bicycle and i always knew that if i'm visiting a foreign cities always fixing is random bicycle because it's a great way to explore the city and get away a little bit from the crowd areas when we were in cycling around in new york we noticed that it's it's really the most beautiful city for cycling in world not many people believe that because they think it's also little bit dangerous but for instance brooklyn bridge during the night because during the dates too crowded during the night is crazy beautiful to cycle over brooklyn bridge when me and my daughter started thinking why don't much more people cycle here and why is it an incident everybody is cycling and how can we as industrial designers new york and maybe to cities spares london tokyo a little bit more into amsterdam interesting i mean it's it's quite a difficult thing for a business to do though without kind of city government city officials at an architect on board as well can you do that as industrial designers i completely understand what you what you mean most important thing to get more bikes in cities around the globe is creating more bicycle lanes yeah i'm not in construction engineering our politics so i focus on the bicycles and creating better bicycles to overcome the barriers that cyclists encounter in cities as van move this idea i guess sprang up in two thousand eight something like that you set up the company in two thousand and nine so talk us through what things you wanted to bring to your bike that you didn't see on the market already i mean with a with things you saw.

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"delft university" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Overall and that means that people at the middle and top of income distribution will be paying somewhat more north in our view in on unacceptable amount so you publish the paper where does this go next well what we're trying to do is to engage with politicians at all levels and that's not just national but local i was to get people interested in this as a potential direction for policy least compliment to some of the thinking has been dying being done the same time on universal basic income ideally if we can get some experiments going at a local level we've been talking at very very tentatively about perhaps experimenting with giving people free transport passes in london or in any other local he'll be interested to see whether actually that does you actually help them change chains away that they feel that they can participate society we're also going to be talking to local groups about some of the things that already going on around things like for example food banks great johnson voltage thanks so much for joining us thank you on the line we have dr odette cats who is in the system professor in the department of transport and planning delft university of technology in the netherlands hello dr odette nothing in so we've been talking about the idea of universal basic services which involves the state provided people with case services free at the point of access and you've extensively studied the impact of free public transport could you start by telling us about some of the examples around the world where free public transport has been introduced.

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"delft university" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"The area has changed a lot from the original design and it's had a bunch of different chapters of the years including some really tragic ones so let's start at the beginning iq introduce yourself what you are my name is beatable on i'm an architect and saddam and i've been a long for a while i've been educated in delft university and was very much and functionalist modernised tradition that means that you know do big concrete blocks that was our paradise when he was a young man to brown was hired to help plan the bouwman who would be a brand new area right outside of amsterdam for a hundred thousand middleclass residents and it would technically be part of the amsterdam but it would be built from scratch and designed to function almost as its own city a city of the future true to the tenants of modernism the belmont unbia it's the apoptosis of all parliaments sinking see it's a dream come true for you definitely yes i was not even thirty years old to a bit more than twenty five we are going to present the world with a new far reaching i deal that you do quick i i started to understand this is going far this is really unusual it was like a fever might every day every moment in that direction brand worked on a team with a bunch of other planners and the head of the team was an architect named siegfried necet you will see seek renault's was really a idealistic bersin any believed that how we built in the night themed eighteenth century wasn't good enough wit who has to do it all over again a new when bigger and better this is dan decker i'm a writer and i wrote a book about the developer the bellmare is just a shorter way of saying the bellmare mere you'll hear people use it a lot anyway dan says there was never any question that the bummer would be made up of tall concrete housing towers but the planners did choose to arrange them in a sort of unique shape which was shape of.

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"delft university" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"The area has changed a lot from the original design and it's had a bunch of different chapters of the years including some really tragic ones so let's start at the beginning iq introduce yourself what you are my name is beatable on i'm an architect and saddam and i've been a long for a while i've been educated in delft university and was very much and functionalist modernised tradition that means that you know do big concrete blocks that was our paradise when he was a young man to brown was hired to help plan the bouwman who would be a brand new area right outside of amsterdam for a hundred thousand middleclass residents and it would technically be part of the amsterdam but it would be built from scratch and designed to function almost as its own city a city of the future true to the tenants of modernism the belmont unbia it's the apoptosis of all parliaments sinking see it's a dream come true for you definitely yes i was not even thirty years old to a bit more than twenty five we are going to present the world with a new far reaching i deal that you do quick i i started to understand this is going far this is really unusual it was like a fever might every day every moment in that direction brand worked on a team with a bunch of other planners and the head of the team was an architect named siegfried necet you will see seek renault's was really a idealistic bersin any believed that how we built in the night themed eighteenth century wasn't good enough wit who has to do it all over again a new when bigger and better this is dan decker i'm a writer and i wrote a book about the developer the bellmare is just a shorter way of saying the bellmare mere you'll hear people use it a lot anyway dan says there was never any question that the bummer would be made up of tall concrete housing towers but the planners did choose to arrange them in a sort of unique shape which was shape of.

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"delft university" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"delft university" Discussed on Twinovation

"A buying times will uh segment that p believe he does about uh the new york stock you just impact to ask i wanna i wanna support dave on this because the last time i did it he dropped roku i have talking roku anaerobic who like straight up double header last time he mentioned by our mandate seized you'd i mean more money of rokhlin one day than i mean off a pow gum in eight years all right welcome back to the catch of the day segments beacon of food for thought a little food are catch of the day and this is a segment of the show where we salute fellow hustlers out more ruled if we see cool invention out there or a good theft uh we'll talk about it in guys is about company called psalm knocks i saw the third drone neto sweater i love it all right so as robotic students at the delft university of technology in another lindh julian jagd in bergen the cofounders of psalm knacks were frequently exposed to the negative consequences of sleep deprivation but being robot assists they started looking for a mechanical solution to their problem so instead of going from medication that can lead to addiction jack timberg and his team developed psalm knox a soft cuddly robot robot built to help people fall asleep sends interesting very the robot his peanutshaped and features a secret mechanism that supposed to simulate the expansion and contraction of breath in the robot according to its graders people hold the robot up against their body soon fall to the same soothing breathing rhythm as the robot which should help them relax a fall asleep apparently they're invention garnered so many positive responses that they decided to turn it into a company law.

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