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Mary Lou Jepsen

8 Podcast Episodes

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Moments that Made Mary Lou Jepsen

Moments That Made Me

Recognized by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, as a CNN top 10 thinker, and in the Forbes 2018 inaugural listing of the Top 50 Women in Tech, Dr Mary Lou Jepsen has been an engineering executive, professor and founder of four startups. As a renowned veteran technologist, today Dr Mary Lou Jepsen leads Openwater as Founder & CEO, and shares intimate accounts with Clemency Burton-Hill of the life moments that made her from FFLDN.

27mins

13 May 2020

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Mary Lou Jepsen: Toward Practical Telepathy

Long Now: Seminars About Long-term Thinking

With her stunning breakthroughs in neural imaging, Mary Lou Jepsen is making the brain readable (and stimulatable) in real time. That will revolutionize brain study and brain medicine, but what about brain communication? Could a direct high-resolution interface to the brain lead to what might be called practical mental telepathy? What are the prospects for brain enhancement?What are the ethics of direct brain reading and intervention?Mary Lou Jepsen founds programs and companies on the hairy edges of physics, invents solutions and takes them to prototype all the way through to high volume mass production. She's done this at Intel, MIT’s Media Lab, One Laptop Per Child, Pixel Qi, Google X, and Facebook (Oculus). She is the founder and CEO of Openwater, which is "devising a new generation of imaging technologies, with high resolution and low costs, enabling medical diagnoses and treatments, and a new era of fluid and affordable brain-to-computer communications."

1hr 29mins

30 Oct 2018

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Mary Lou Jepsen - Scanning for a Better Life

Path Breakers with Andrew McAfee

How she's building handheld devices for scanning the body that put science fiction to shame, a quick tutorial on holograms, how to harness massive global supply chains to make cool things, why her own experiences make her so passionate about improving health care, and much more...

46mins

21 Jun 2018

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55: Mary Lou Jepsen & Rob Reid | The Future of Telepathy and Affordable Healthcare

The Jordan Harbinger Show

Mary Lou Jepsen (@mljmljmlj) and Rob Reid (@Rob_Reid) discuss giant holograms, affordable life-saving medical imaging for all, telepathy, and a future when devices read images directly from our brains. What We Learn from Mary Lou Jepsen and Rob Reid: Mary Lou Jepsen's MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) alternative that will save countless lives by being affordable to all. Why Mary Lou's multidisciplinary background makes her uniquely qualified to bring such a revolutionary medical breakthrough to light. How this technology will more accurately hone in on early stage cancer, detect clogged arteries in time to prevent strokes, identify pregnancy complications, and much more. Ways this technology might be applied in the future to make telepathy possible. Why you should subscribe to Rob Reid's After On podcast if spooky science like this is right up your ally. And much more... Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! Full show notes and resources can be found here.

1hr 27mins

14 Jun 2018

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55: Mary Lou Jepsen & Rob Reid | The Future of Telepathy and Affordable Healthcare

The Jordan Harbinger Show

Mary Lou Jepsen (@mljmljmlj) and Rob Reid (@Rob_Reid) discuss giant holograms, affordable life-saving medical imaging for all, telepathy, and a future when devices read images directly from our brains. What We Learn from Mary Lou Jepsen and Rob Reid: Mary Lou Jepsen's MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) alternative that will save countless lives by being affordable to all. Why Mary Lou's multidisciplinary background makes her uniquely qualified to bring such a revolutionary medical breakthrough to light. How this technology will more accurately hone in on early stage cancer, detect clogged arteries in time to prevent strokes, identify pregnancy complications, and much more. Ways this technology might be applied in the future to make telepathy possible. Why you should subscribe to Rob Reid's After On podcast if spooky science like this is right up your ally. And much more... Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! Full show notes and resources can be found here.

1hr 27mins

14 Jun 2018

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21: Neural Imaging and ... Telepathy? | Mary Lou Jepsen

The After On Podcast

After stints at Google and Facebook, serial entrepreneur Mary Lou Jepsen is ready to upend the worlds of medical imaging and ... telepathy. Yup, TELEPATHY. Give it a listen!

1hr 7mins

20 Feb 2018

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Mary Lou Jepsen on the wearable MRI

FT Tech Tonic

Scientist and former Facebook and Google executive Mary Lou Jepsen talks to the FT's Hannah Kuchler about her latest startup, Openwater, where she and a team of researchers are working to develop a ski helmet-sized imaging device that will one day read minds.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

27mins

11 Oct 2017

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Mary Lou Jepsen: Can a high-tech ski cap read my mind or tell me when I’m sick? (Live at SXSW)

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

Entrepreneur and display expert Mary Lou Jepsen talks with Recode's Kara Swisher and The Verge's Lauren Goode in front of a live audience at South by Southwest 2017. Jepsen, who co-founded One Laptop Per Child and previously worked at Google and Facebook's Oculus, says the screens of the future will be embedded all around us, or possibly replaced by "Star Wars"-style holograms. Her latest company Opnwatr is working on wearable MRI technology that could analyze a person's thoughts and health, and Jepsen says we need an international "bill of rights for new technology" before it becomes commonplace.

58mins

17 Mar 2017