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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Miller. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Miller, often where they are interviewed.

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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Miller. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Miller, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 44 -NCEES Director of Exam Services Tim Miller talks with host Curt Sumner.

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NCEES Director of Exam Services Tim Miller talks with host Curt Sumner about the purpose of the organization, his role there, the variety of services provided by NCEES related to licensure, and the evolution of the exam process.

Sep 16 2020 · 40mins
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Episode 96: Tim Miller

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Tim Miller is a longtime Republican operative turned leader of the Never Trump movement.

In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the former top level communications aide to both the Jon Huntsman for President and Jeb Bush for President campaigns opens up about how his views have evolved, what has surprised him about the Trump administration, whether he believes there is a place in the GOP for him after Trump, how the media has covered Trump and much more.

Sep 03 2020 · 1hr 57mins
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Episode 96: Tim Miller

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Sep 03 2020 · 1hr 57mins
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Tim Miller on the GOP's Spineless Future

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On today's Bulwark Podcast, Tim Miller joins Charlie Sykes to discuss the bizarre Jerry Falwell, Jr. interview, the 2020 election and debates, Kanye, and the spinelessness of Tennessee's Bill Hagerty.

Special Guest: Tim Miller.

Aug 06 2020 · 53mins
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CAIDE - Amplifying the Australian AI Conversation, with Jeannie Paterson and Tim Miller

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Jeannie Paterson and Tim Miller join us from CAIDE to discuss AI, ethics, accountability and explainability.  What is changing in these spaces, especially in light of Covid-19, and what should researchers and governments turn attention to in order to ensure helpful, beneficial AI that is used ethically?

More About Our Guests: 

Jeannie Paterson & Tim Miller are the co-directors of the Centre for AI and Digital Ethics, a new collaborative, interdisciplinary research, teaching and policy centre at the University of Melbourne involving the faculties of Computing and Information Systems, Law, Arts and Science. Jeannie specialises in the areas of contracts, consumer rights and consumer credit law, as well as the role of new technologies in these fields. Jeannie’s research covers three interrelated themes:

  • Support for vulnerable and disadvantaged consumers;
  • The ethics and regulation of new technologies in consumer markets;
  • Regulatory design for protecting consumer rights and promoting fair, safe and accountable AI.

Jeannie is co-leader of the Digital Ethics research stream at the Melbourne Social Equity Institute, an interdisciplinary research institute focused on social equity and community-led research Tim is associate professor in the School of Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne, his primary area of expertise is in artificial intelligence, with particular emphasis on:

  • Human-AI interaction and collaboration
  • Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI)
  • Decision making in complex, multi-agent environments
  • Reasoning about action and knowledge

In this episode we investigate:

  • Tim discusses why the center publishes so frequently and the importance of public outreach, especially in times of crisis such as Covid-19.  
  • How did the center come about? How did Jeannie and Tim become involved with it?
  • Is the center independent? Is it a collaborative effort between the several similar centers across Australia such as the 3AI center in Canberra? Tim discusses how the centers work together as well as how to differ in vision and approach. Jeannie expresses the importance of an interdisciplinary approach and their dedication to this. 
  • Which subjects will they launch in semester two? Jeannie lets us know about subjects such as AI Ethics & Law which discusses how law responds to ethical dilemmas. What expertise does Jeannie have regarding law and the impacts of technology to consumers? 
  • What are counterfactuals? Jeannie answers, “What would you ask the machine when you’d receive a particular mortgage recommendation?” How do counterfactuals help scrutinize the basis of the decision to see if it is valid? How does this remove systematic bias and prejudice?
  • What are the new trends in explainable AI? Tim also delves into counterfactuals as well as cognitive psychology and cognitive science. How do you generate counterfactuals that are realistic? What do those look like? Tim expresses that the human factor in explainability is becoming increasingly important. 
  • Tim discusses the impacts of Covid-19 on conferences and networking in this space now that everything is virtual. How does it make things less connective and enticing? 
  • Jeannie answers, “What advice do you offer your family and friends regarding the Covid Safe app?” She delves into privacy and security as compared to the benefits and effectiveness of the app. Has the Covid Safe app set a precedent for privacy in Australia? Tim discusses how a contact tracing app was used by law enforcement to understand who was at a Black Lives Matter event and why this means there should be legislation surrounding apps such as this and how the data can be used. 
  • What scale of discouragement will it require to make a difference to Australian businesses? Is money the answer? Tim discusses why we must educate consumers about data collection and privacy, in part by exemplifying what information about them can be discerned from the data they share. How can consumers be proactive? Jeannie discusses how sometimes consumers are misled about what data is collected about them. 
  • Jeannie and Tim share their views about harmful tech and the ability to question automated decisions and the need for accountability to ensure that. 
Jul 20 2020 · 47mins
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"Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story" with Tim Miller (@Timodc, The Bulwark)

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It's a bold strategy Cotton, lets see if it pays off for them. 

Tim Miller joins Big Screen Sports to discuss an all-time sports comedy,  "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story." Tim and host Kyle Bandujo will talk about Vince Vaughn's peak, the plethora of incredible supporting characters in the film, and who White Goodman might've voted for (and why he puts off Donald Trump Jr. vibes). 

They'll run through the usual categories, picking the most & least authentic sports-centric parts of the film, what worked & didn't, and make a tough decision on best supporting character between Cotton, Pepper, and Patches O'Houlihan. 

Follow Tim on Twitter @Timodc and check out his work at The Bulwark and Rolling Stone. 

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Follow Big Screen Sports on Twitter @Big_ScreenSports and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. 

Jun 22 2020 · 1hr 14mins
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Tim Miller on the need to take conspiracy theories and disinformation seriously

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Tim Miller worked in Republican politics for many years but over the last few years he's become more of a writer. One of his latest pieces at The Bulwark is titled, "Taking #Obamagate Seriously: President Trump's Bonkers Theory Explained."


Tim is a veteran political communicator with a good feel for how information flow moves in the modern media environment, and he believes that you can't let half-truths and lies spread unchallenged.


He's spent a lot of time trying to unpack and explain some of the more popular conspiracy theories on the right.


We talk about the speciousness of President Trump's insinuations that President Obama did something wrong, but also about the apparent mishandling of the FBI's 2017 interview of then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.


Some background reading on Flynn:


Outro music: "Flux Capacitor” by Jay Electronica

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May 26 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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The ONE with Tim Miller🥊

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This week Wayne chats with Tim Miller who is a Boxing Coach at Aylesbury Boxing Club. We talk boxing, coaching & a men’s mental health programme they have running🥊
May 12 2020 · 44mins
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#44 Player's Pick Podcast - Tim Miller

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Tim reveals his personal pick approach and we discuss the zen of 'putting in the work' to achieve your goals. 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QX8SS4aDF5g

Apr 23 2020 · 1hr 23mins
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Tim Miller: Contributor, The Bulwark

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On his scathing takedown of Clay Travis, professional buffoon; on the lessons of working on Jeb Bush's presidential campaign; on why some so-called journalists go for clicks over quality.

Apr 14 2020 · 49mins
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