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Robert Adamson

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Väsen / Sam Amidon / Award: Robert Adamson (One Bistro)

eTown

This week’s eTown program features a deep dive into folk music styles from around the world. First up, the prolific Swedish folk band Väsen makes its first appearance on the show. Their musical collaboration has spanned decades; theirs is a rich, unique, beautiful sound, and their performance on eTown features rare, one-of-a-kind instruments. Joining us for his second visit to eTown is American folk artist and multi-instrumentalist Sam Amidon, who shares his recent stripped down musical explorations. Plus we’ll bring you a great eChievement Award story about an Ohio man, Robert Adamson, who created the “pay what you can afford” One Bistro Restaurant in his community to serve those in need, while bringing a wide variety of citizens, rich and poor, together to share a meal and connect each day.

1hr

19 Feb 2020

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E41 - AI and Past Rediscovery with Robert Adamson

the hackernoon podcast

Episode 41 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Robert Adamson, a computer programmer and science fiction writer. This episode of Hacker Noon is sponsored by DigitalOcean. Discover why developers love DigitalOcean and get started with a free $100 credit at https://do.co/hackernoonListen to the interview on iTunes, or Google Podcast, or watch on YouTube.In this episode Trent Lapinski interviews Robert Adamson, you get to discover Rob’s recent app which helps you to identify aliens and learn about ancient civilizations and how we can use AI and machine learning to rediscover our past. “Something is not real, something about this whole reality thing is not right. And so simulated reality is a theory that we are living in the computer simulation.” “The Earth as we know it is really simulated, some really advanced civilizations in the future could not computered in.” “The virtual reality... we go there for whatever reason maybe to learn, to get education whatever. That is the theory of simulated reality. And it seems to answer all kinds of questions. Because you are thinking universe is data as opposed to matter in time and space.”— Robert Adamson Production and music by Derek Bernard - haberdasherband.com/production Host: Trent Lapinski - https://trentlapinski.com https://hackernoon.com/ https://community.hackernoon.com/https://contribute.hackernoon.com/https://sponsor.hackernoon.com/https://podcast.hackernoon.com/https://twitter.com/hackernoon/https://facebook.com/hackernoon/ 

46mins

2 May 2019

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Väsen / Sam Amidon / Robert Adamson (One Bistro)

eTown

This week’s encore eTown program features a deep dive into folk music styles from around the world. The prolific Swedish folk band Väsen makes its first appearance on the show. Joining us for his second visit to eTown is American folk artist and multi-instrumentalist Sam Amidon (@samamidon), who shares his recent stripped down musical explorations. Plus we’ll bring you a great eChievement Award story Robert Adamson, founder of One Bistro (@onebistro_xenia), a ‘pay what you can afford’ restaurant in his community built to serve those in need, bringing a wide variety of citizens, rich and poor, together in the process, to share a meal and find common ground. Learn more about / Donate to One Bistro at onebistro.org. Watch videos from this show at www.eTown.org

58mins

6 Mar 2019

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Robert Adamson (Noah, Y&R/Phil, Hollywood Heights)

On Air with Douglas

Right off the heels of his role as Phil on Nick at Nite's Hollywood Heights, Robert Adamson has joined The Young and the Restless as Noah Newman. Don't miss a chance to call in and say hi to Robert!

1hr 7mins

29 Oct 2012

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Robert Adamson Poetry Reading

Poem Present - Readings (video)

1hr 4mins

7 Dec 2010

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Robert Adamson Poetry Reading (Audio)

Poem Present - Readings (audio)

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1hr 4mins

7 Dec 2010