Podcast S4E82: Shama Rahman - using AI to augment human intelligence & creativity
Idea to Value - Creativity and Innovation with Nick Skillicorn
In today's episode of the Idea to Value podcast, we speak with artist, neuroscience researcher and startup founder Dr Shama Rahman. See the full episode at https://wp.me/p6pllj-1tU We speak about how we are using Artificial Intelligence and mental models to better understand and even enhance our human intelligence and spark creativity in new ways. Topics covered in today's episode: 00:03:00 - What she was researching and her findings, to see if there are certain brain activities depending on the creative process 00:08:00 - Getting into a flow state 00:11:00 - Different mental modes and models for creativity 00:13:30 - How her new startup is using artificial intelligence to help people during their creative process 00:18:00 - Using wearables and biosensors to help people get feedback on their creative performance Links mentioned in today's episode: Neurocreate: https://www.neurocreate.co.uk/ Dr Shama Rahman's Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-shama-rahman-4a6ba713/ Bonus: This episode was made possible by our premium innovation and creativity training. Take your innovation and creativity capabilities to the next level by investing in yourself now, at https://www.ideatovalue.com/all-access-pass-insider-secrets/ * Subscribe on iTunes to the Idea to Value Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/idea-to-value-creativity-innovation/id1199964981?mt=2 * Subscribe on Spotify to the Idea to Value Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4x1kANUSv7UJoCJ8GavUrN * Subscribe on Stitcher to the Idea to Value Podcast: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=129437&refid=stpr * Subscribe on Google Podcasts to the Idea to Value Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9pZGVhdG92YWx1ZS5saWJzeW4uY29tL3Jzcw Want to rapidly validate new ideas and innovative products and GROW your online business? These are the tools I actually use to run my online businesses (and you can too): * The best email management and campaigns system: ActiveCampaign (Free Trial) http://www.activecampaign.com/?_r=M17NLG2X * Best value web hosting: BlueHost WordPress http://www.activecampaign.com/?_r=M17NLG2X * Landing pages, Sales Pages and Lead collection: LeadPages (Free Trial) http://leadpages.pxf.io/c/1385771/390538/5673 * Sharing & List building: Sumo (Free) https://sumo.com/?src=partner_ideatovalue * Payments, Shopping Cart, affiliate management and Upsell generator: ThriveCart https://improvides--checkout.thrivecart.com/thrivecart-standard-account/ * Video Webinars for sales: WebinarJam and Everwebinar ($1 Trial) https://nickskillicorn.krtra.com/t/lwIBaKzMP1oQ * Membership for protecting content: Membermouse (Free Trial) http://affiliates.membermouse.com/idevaffiliate.php?id=735 * eLearning System for students: WP Courseware https://flyplugins.com/?fly=293 * Video Editing: Techsmith Camtasia http://techsmith.z6rjha.net/vvGPv I have used all of the above products myself to build IdeatoValue and Improvides, which is why I can confidently recommend them. I may also receive affiliate payments for any business I bring to them using the links above. Copyright https://www.ideatovalue.com
Welcome to Episode 1 of ‘On the rADAr with Julia Gray’, a new mini podcast series celebrating women who are doing extraordinary work in science. Author and musician Julia Gray will be talking to guests about their ambitions, inspirations, ground-breaking work, and the legacy that has been left behind by pioneers such as Ada Lovelace.On today's episode, Julia's guest is Dr Shama Rahman, a scientist, artist, creative technologist and futurist. She holds a PhD in the neuroscience and complex systems of Creative Cognition and Innovation and her work has encompassed the use of wearable technology to enhance storytelling. She is the co-author of a book chapter Creativity in the Twenty First Century: Multidisciplinary Contributions to the Science of Creative Thinking by Springer.She was the first Sitarist Explorer to perform in Antarctica on the first ever Antarctic Biennale and was the lead of South East Asia's first supernatural detective 24-part drama thriller.Her multi-disciplinary practice has led her to be the Artistic Director of the Art/Science creative production agency Jugular Productions, producing interdisciplinary shows, salons, installations, immersive experiences and games.Bringing together this extensive knowledge and work she founded NeuroCreate - using AI and Neuroscience in a symbiotic digital design to enhance human creativity, performance and wellbeing.On the rADAr with Julia Gray is produced with Andersen Press, to celebrate the publication of Julia's new novel, I, Ada: Ada Lovelace: Rebel. Genius. Visionary, a witty and absorbing portrayal of the tumultuous teenage years of Ada Lovelace, the 19th-century mathematician who is considered to be the world’s first computer programmer. Available in paperback today! Head to https://www.andersenpress.co.uk/athomeyalc-2020-ya-samplers/ to read the first two chapters. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Neuroscience behind Creativity with Neuroscientist, Artist and Entrepreneur Shama Rahman (MDE364)
Leadership & Brand Strategy - Minter Dialogue
Minter Dialogue Episode #364Dr Shama Rahman is an accomplished musician, vocalist, songwriter, with a PhD in philosophy, neuroscience and complexity. She has founded several initiatives including Jugular Productions, Deep Science Ventures and Neurocreate of which she is CEO. In this conversation with Shama, we discuss her pluri-disciplinarian approach, the concept and process of creativity viewed through neuroscience, how to get into the flow state of mind, what her startup Neurocreate is setting out to achieve and the role of AI/tech with creativity.If you've got comments or questions you'd like to see answered, send your email or audio file to email@example.com; or you can find the show notes and comment on minterdial.com. If you liked the podcast, please take a moment to rate/review the show on RateThisPodcast. Otherwise, you can find me @mdial on Twitter.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/minterdial)
Creativity, artificial intelligence and us. Featuring Dr. Shama Rahman
Welcome back to the Genuine X Podcast. In this episode, Martyn and Tom talk to Dr. Shama Rahman - A scientist, artist, and creative technologist. We discuss the science behind creativity. How is it measured? Can it be commoditised? And is brainstorming a waste of time? We also talk about creativity's unpredictability, and how AI is being used to support lateral thinking and could become the creative partner of the future? Enjoy -------- Multidisciplinary Creativity | Shama Rahman | TEDxCibeles-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhKie-DgjYc -------- Books recommended by Shama: The multi-disciplinary contributions to the science of creative thinking - by Giovanni Emanuele Corazza and Sergio Agnoli (co-author Shama Rahman) Creativity - theories and themes: Research, Development, and Practice - by Mark A. Runeo The neuroscience of musical creativity using complexity tools - Ph.D. thesis by Shama Rahman -------- If you have any questions or thoughts please get in touch with us, firstname.lastname@example.org And don't forget to like and subscribe for more episodes. Hosted by Martyn Gooding and Tom Fenwick-Smith Produced by Ben Toland
Spring ’19 TOTEM #7 “Emotional Intelligence” Feat: Shama Rahman (Neuroscientist, Musician, founder of “Neurocreate”) + Iain McGilchrist (Psychiatrist, Author of “The Master and his Emissary, The divided Brain and the making of the Western World”). Investigating the concept of “Emotional Intelligence”:Can we separate emotional intelligence from rationality, both as a brain function and in terms of location in the brain? Can we really quantify emotional intelligence? How has it’s popularity brought it into everyday culture and has it helped? What is intuition and “flow”? Is emotional intelligence situated more in the left or right brain? Will our culture ever emerge from the dominance of left brain, isolated analytical thinking of reductionist materialism? What are the implications of the new respect for Emotional Intelligence?Badger Radio's new episode of TOTEM with host Freddy Drabble is now live, perfect for those of you who driving, cycling, commuting or just soaking in the bath. Apart from great new tunes, this seventh show deconstructs emotional intelligence, as Freddy researches an old interest of his regarding the need for a more emotion-centric approach to science and culture.If you want to jump straight to the interviews: 41:47 SHAMA RAHMAN and 1:13:40 IAIN McGILCHRIST See notes below for links, websites, events, videos, books mentioned in the show etc. PLEASE HELP US AND SUBSCRIBE AND/OR REVIEW THE SHOW HERE: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/badge…d1341793078?mt=2 PLEASE FOLLOW US: mailing list: www.artfulbadger.org facebook: www.facebook.com/BadgerRadio Twitter: @WILDWorkUK and @ArtfulBadgerUK contact: email@example.comTRACKLIST: 00:00 Highlights of the Interviews by Shama Rahman and Iain McGilchrist 03:03 “Passenger” by HO-FU 12:40 “Rest in the Shadows” by TALLULAH RENDALL18:28 Intro to Emotional Intelligence by Freddy Drabble 32:50 “The Clay and the Sculpture“ By SHUNYA 36:05 Badger News by Artful Badger 41:47 SHAMA RAHMAN INTERVIEW51:47 City in the West, by The Shama Rahman 54:37 SHAMA RAHMAN INTERVIEW part 2 1:10:44 “Broken”, by T W O (Gemma Rogers and Alfie Jackson) 1:13:40 IAIN McGILCHRIST INTERVIEW 1:54:19 “Release” by Charlie Roscoe 1:55:02 Wrap up with Freddy Drabble2:01:00 “Release” by Charlie Roscoe (cont.)GUESTS LINKS:SHAMA RAHMAN: Music: http://shamarahman.bandcamp.com www.youtube.com/TheShamaRahmanNew video art film: 'In My Line of Sight': https://youtu.be/HUMgBoe1rQoNeuroCreate Ltd (Digital AI tools to improve productivity and 'Flow') www.neurocreate.co.uk'Jugular: Joining The Head and the Heart' (Science & Arts Events)www.jugularproductions.comWillam James (1842- 1910) - philosopher, psychologist and physician 'Flow' psychologist: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mihaly_CsikszentmihalyiIAIN MC GILCHRIST: Website: iainmcgilchrist.com“The Master and his Emissary” Book: https://www.amazon.it/Master-His-Emissary-Divided-Western/dp/0300188374 RSA animate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pvr_gubcWUk (intro to the divided brain)Feature Film: https://thedividedbrain.com/EXTRA INFO AND LINKS, IN ORDER MENTIONED: Bandcamp: https://hofu.bandcamp.com/ www.tallulahrendall.comBADGER NEWS ITEMS: https://mandreafestival.com www.aoifevanlindentol.com/Article: https://room.eu.com/contributors/Aoife-van-Linden-Tol https://noisilyfestival.com/the-nook-the-next-stage-in-our-development/Mojo filter “nook’ mix: https://soundcloud.com/thebenz/the-nook-into-the-wild-a-noisily-festival-mixtape, impermanence.co.uk/the-ballet-of-the-nations/Film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLDUQP8mS04, https://shunyasound.bandcamp.com/ https://twotheband.bandcamp.com/releases https://www.charlieroscoe.com/Soundtrack for film “Time of the sixth sun”: https://charlieroscoe.totssmovie.com (view here for free)Free healing track: https://www.charlieroscoe.com/freehealingtransmission
Shama Rahman - What is Flow? How and Why to Spend More Time In It
Shama Rahman is a successful musician, actor, and PhD neuroscientist who studies creativity and flow. Listen as she unravels what’s happening in your brain when you’re getting creative or experiencing flow, and hear tips on how we can all spend more time in those states.
Shama Rahman: Adapting to New Roles, Never Settling for Comfort, and Bringing Daydreams to Life
Chats with Cat
In this week’s chat you’ll get to know Shama Rahman. For years she was one of the powerhouses at art institutions like the Guggenheim and the Whitney but within the last year has transitioned into becoming one of the marketing guru’s at the New York Times. Throughout this conversation she gave her insights into what inspires her to seek job opportunities that challenge her skill set, how art can become are accessible to under served communities, why she doesn’t sell her creations, and much more. P.S. I have my reading list up on GoodreadsGuest InfoInstagram: @shama_rahmanInspo of the WeekEach of us has the opportunity to change and grow until our very last breath. Happy creating. --M.F. RyanKeep Up With CatSubscribe to the show to ensure you don’t miss out on any episodes!Head to www.catlantigua.com to subscribe to her exclusive weekly emails!Follow her on Twitter: @catlantiguaFollow her on Instagram: @cat.lantiguaCheck out her Facebook page: Cat LantiguaKeep following Cat on all of the socials to stay updated on all of the great things coming up! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
41: Jugular: A Science/Art Weekender (ft. Shama Rahman)
We bring you Jugular's Art/Science Weekender with neuroscientist, musician, and creativity specialist, Dr Shama Rahman, founder of 'Jugular: Connecting the Head and the Heart'. Shama is joined by Dr Cassandra Gould (emotional heart research), physicist Kishan Manani (heart rhythm research) and science journalist Katherine Templar-Lewis, as they take us through the inspiration behind their latest cabaret show, 'Rhythms of the Heart', exploring the emotional, social and physical aspects of our most important organ. Join in as we try an on-air heart-syncing experiment, explore the 4 stages of creativity, and hear more about the process of turning research into theatre. You could even see it for yourself! They're performing THIS weekend at The Ugly Duckling warehouse in Bermondsey! SAT 11th/SUN 12th - 14:00 play - An Inevitable Stitch in TimeSAT 11th/SUN 12th - 19:30 cabaret - Rhythms of the Heart #science #mixtape #art #performance #creativity #heart #rhythm #jugular #emotion #research #experiment