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29 Podcast Episodes

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From Revisionist History: Margaret Mitchell and A Star is Born

The Rest Is History

We’re sharing a bonus episode from our friends at Revisionist History, Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast about things misunderstood and overlooked. This season, Malcolm’s obsessed with experiments – natural experiments, scientific experiments, thought experiments. In this episode of Revisionist History, we learn that Margaret Mitchell was killed by a drunk driver in 1949. She was one of the country’s biggest celebrities in America at the time, but the public reaction was muted. Why wasn’t the public more angry about drunk drivers? That’s the question Malcolm sets out to explore. You can hear more from Revisionist History at https://podcasts.pushkin.fm/rhs7?sid=history Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

37mins

15 Jul 2022

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Ep. 51 Success Goes to Margaret Mitchell's head along with Caregiver Fatigue. Part 11

Conquering Your Fibromyalgia Podcast

In this week's episode, we hear about Margaret's success and then a sudden fall with the development of severe headaches. She also endured the heavy crosses of caring for her father who had prolonged care needs for years before he passed. Continue on the journey back in time listening to what it was like to have fibromyalgia and related problems 100 years ago. As a doctor passionate about helping those struggling, I can't help wanting to reach back in time and sit down with Margaret in my clinic. I would have enjoyed spending hours and frequent follow-up visits discussing her struggles and working to lessen her mysterious pains, brain fog, and fatigue.  Her history gives insight into the limitations of medicine in the first half of the 20th century. Sadly, current sufferers with fibromyalgia will likely find that they will fit somewhere on the spectrum from never receiving a correct diagnosis and proper education and treatment to getting up-to-date education and comprehensive care.  Dr. Lenz is an internist, pediatrician, lifestyle medicine physician, and clinical lipidologist with an interest in helping those with fibromyalgia and related problems go beyond just learning to live with it to even reverse fibromyalgia. He is also the author of the book, "Conquering Your Fibromyalgia: Real Answers and Real Solutions for Real Pain. " It is also available on audiobook with Dr. Lenz as the narrator. If you have questions or topics you would like to have discussed on a future podcast, email Dr. Lenz at doctormichaellenz@gmail.com. You can also share a recording of your question. If you have a question, it is likely that hundreds of others have the same question. You can also go to Conquerinyourfibromyalgia.com  to learn more through blogs that Dr. Lenz has done on fibromyalgia. Remember this podcast is meant for informational purposes only. It is NOT intended to be and should NOT be interpreted as medical advice for any medical condition and any individual. It is also not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. The content presented is provided as a starting point in your research and a helpful guide when discussing your individual circumstances with your trusted medical providers. All listeners are strongly urged to seek medical attention and guidance regarding any symptoms and health concerns.Today’s sponsor, BetterHelp, is here to help you.BetterHelp offers licensed therapists who are trained to listen and help you.Talk to your therapist in a private, online environment at your convenience.A broad range of expertise in BetterHelp’s 20,000+ therapists network gives you access to help that may not be available in your area.Go to https://betterhelp.com/cqrfibro for 10% off your first month.

24mins

13 Jul 2022

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Margaret Mitchell on Large Language Models and Misogyny in Tech

The Good Robot

In the race to produce the biggest language model yet, Google has now overtaken Open AI’s GPT-3 and Microsoft’s T-NLG with a 1.6 trillion parameter model. In 2021, Meg Mitchell was fired from Google, where she was co-founder of their Ethical AI branch, in the aftermath of a paper she co-wrote about why language models can be harmful if they’re too big. In this episode Meg sets the record straight. She explains what large language models are and what they do, why they’re so important to Google. She tells us why it's a problem that these models don’t understand the significance or meaning of the data that they are trained on, which means that wikipedia data can influence what these models take to be historical fact. She also tells us about how some white men are gatekeeping knowledge about large language models, as well as the culture, politics, power and misogyny at Google that led to her firing.

34mins

12 Jul 2022

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Ep. 49 Tonsillectomies and teeth extractions to treat Fibromyalgia? Gone with the Wind's story of Margaret Mitchell. Part 9

Conquering Your Fibromyalgia Podcast

This week we discuss attempts to treat fibromyalgia 100 years ago. We look at the medical management of illness until the mid-1800s.  You will hear about the 4 humors,  the medical paradigm for understanding. With the advent of anesthesia and development of germ theory in the pre-antibiotic world, Margaret entered the medical establishment of her day.Continue on the journey back in time listening to what it was like to have fibromyalgia and related problems 100 years ago. As a doctor passionate about helping those struggling, I can't help wanting to reach back in time and sit down with Margaret in my clinic. I would have enjoyed spending hours and frequent follow-up visits discussing her struggles and working to lessen her mysterious pains, brain fog, and fatigue.  Her history gives insight into the limitations of medicine in the first half of the 20th century. Sadly, current sufferers with fibromyalgia will likely find that they will fit somewhere on the spectrum from never receiving a correct diagnosis and proper education and treatment to getting up-to-date education and comprehensive care.  Dr. Lenz is an internist, pediatrician, lifestyle medicine physician, and clinical lipidologist with an interest in helping those with fibromyalgia and related problems go beyond just learning to live with it to even reverse fibromyalgia. He is also the author of the book, "Conquering Your Fibromyalgia: Real Answers and Real Solutions for Real Pain. " It is also available on audiobook with Dr. Lenz as the narrator. If you have questions or topics you would like to have discussed on a future podcast, email Dr. Lenz at doctormichaellenz@gmail.com. You can also share a recording of your question. If you have a question, it is likely that hundreds of others have the same question. You can also go to Conquerinyourfibromyalgia.com  to learn more through blogs that Dr. Lenz has done on fibromyalgia. Remember this podcast is meant for informational purposes only. It is NOT intended to be and should NOT be interpreted as medical advice for any medical condition and any individual. It is also not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. The content presented is provided as a starting point in your research and a helpful guide when discussing your individual circumstances with your trusted medical providers. All listeners are strongly urged to seek medical attention and guidance regarding any symptoms and health concerns.Today’s sponsor, BetterHelp, is here to help you.BetterHelp offers licensed therapists who are trained to listen and help you.Talk to your therapist in a private, online environment at your convenience.A broad range of expertise in BetterHelp’s 20,000+ therapists network gives you access to help that may not be available in your area.Go to https://betterhelp.com/cqrfibro for 10% off your first month.

28mins

29 Jun 2022

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Data Rights, Quantification and Governance for Ethical AI with Margaret Mitchell - #572

The TWIML AI Podcast (formerly This Week in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence)

Today we close out our coverage of the ICLR series joined by Meg Mitchell, chief ethics scientist and researcher at Hugging Face. In our conversation with Meg, we discuss her participation in the WikiM3L Workshop, as well as her transition into her new role at Hugging Face, which has afforded her the ability to prioritize coding in her work around AI ethics. We explore her thoughts on the work happening in the fields of data curation and data governance, her interest in the inclusive sharing of datasets and creation of models that don't disproportionately underperform or exploit subpopulations, and how data collection practices have changed over the years. We also touch on changes to data protection laws happening in some pretty uncertain places, the evolution of her work on Model Cards, and how she’s using this and recent Data Cards work to lower the barrier to entry to responsibly informed development of data and sharing of data.The complete show notes for this episode can be found at twimlai.com/go/572

41mins

12 May 2022

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Dr. Margaret Mitchell: How can we ensure AI reflects our values – and why this matters to each of us?

In AI We Trust?

Dr. Margaret Mitchell is a renowned researcher who has won numerous awards for her work developing practical tools to combine ethics and machine learning. LastFall, Dr. Mitchell joined the AI startup HuggingFace ( "to democratize good machine learning") and previously research positions at Google and Microsoft. Inthis episode, Dr. Mitchell articulates numerouschallenges in the endeavor to create ethical AI. She also illuminates thedistinction between ethical and responsible AI; the necessity of ahuman-centered, inclusive approach to AI development; and the need for policymakers to understand AI. ----- Subscribe to catch each new episode on Apple, Spotify and all major platforms. To learn more about EqualAI, visit our website: https://www.equalai.org/ and follow us on Twitter: @ai_equal 

56mins

10 May 2022

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Nic Cage! Elon Musk! Paris Hilton! Margaret Mitchell! Charo Joins for the WOW Report for Radio Andy!

WOW Report

Tune in every Friday for more WOW Report. 10) Is Twitter Dead? @00:52 9) Twitter Jail: Kill Your Darlings @05:56 8) Attack of the Killer Microwave @08:59 7) Hot on Starz: Gaslit @16:59 6) The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent @23:01 5) 25 Years Ago: Ellen’s “The Puppy Episode” @27:23 4) Three Weddings & a Funeral: Paris Hilton @33:42 3) Rest in Perfection: Marcus Leatherdale @39:26 2) Nella: Eat Sh*t & Thrive! @42:30 1) Checking in with Charo!!! @45:08

54mins

29 Apr 2022

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Ngày này năm ấy ngày 16 tháng 08 - Chúa Nguyễn Phúc Nguyên, Nhà văn Margaret Mitchell, "Nữ hoàng nhạc POP" Madonna, ...

Chuyện Xưa KHÔNG CŨ

Danh ngôn cuộc sống: "Đường tuy ngắn, không đi không đến. Việc tuy nhỏ, không làm không nên" --- Sự kiện ngày 16 tháng 08: 1, Chúa Nguyễn Phúc Nguyên 2, Quốc dân đại hội đầu tiên do Đảng Cộng sản Việt Nam tổ chức họp tại Chiến khu Tân Trào 3, Nhà văn Margaret Mitchell - tác giả tiểu thuyết Cuốn Theo Chiều Gió 4, "Nữ hoàng nhạc POP" Madonna Giọng đọc: Thùy Dung, Hiển Vi, Vân Khuê ★  Mọi thông tin xin liên hệ: ngaynaynamay1501@gmail.com

9mins

16 Aug 2021

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Can Language Models Be Too Big? 🦜 with Emily Bender and Margaret Mitchell - #467

The TWIML AI Podcast (formerly This Week in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence)

Today we’re joined by Emily M. Bender, Professor at the University of Washington, and AI Researcher, Margaret Mitchell.  Emily and Meg, as well as Timnit Gebru and Angelina McMillan-Major, are co-authors on the paper On the Dangers of Stochastic Parrots: Can Language Models Be Too Big? 🦜. As most of you undoubtedly know by now, there has been much controversy surrounding, and fallout from, this paper. In this conversation, our main priority was to focus on the message of the paper itself. We spend some time discussing the historical context for the paper, then turn to the goals of the paper, discussing the many reasons why the ever-growing datasets and models are not necessarily the direction we should be going.  We explore the cost of these training datasets, both literal and environmental, as well as the bias implications of these models, and of course the perpetual debate about responsibility when building and deploying ML systems. Finally, we discuss the thin line between AI hype and useful AI systems, and the importance of doing pre-mortems to truly flesh out any issues you could potentially come across prior to building models, and much much more.  The complete show notes for this episode can be found at twimlai.com/go/467.

54mins

24 Mar 2021

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Margaret Mitchell - YWCA of Greater Cleveland

Cleveland's CEOs You Should Know

Carmen Angelo speaks with Margaret Mitchell, President and CEO of the YWCA of Greater Cleveland. Mitchell has more than doubled the budget, the staff, and the services of YWCA Greater Cleveland through her leadership, financial acumen, and fundraising.

8mins

4 Mar 2021

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