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Google's Project Magenta Used Machine Learning To Write A Song [LISTEN]

Can a machine really write a good song? Sound scary? Perhaps, a more interesting question is, how might a musician collaborate with a machine to write a song or make art? Google is funding projects that explore these questions and they want artists to get involved. _____________________________________________ Google has launched...

The Need for Standardized Work When Ordering Whiskey

Reminder #1: Tweet to Win: Check out the upcoming 3rd edition of #Lean Hospitals by @MarkGraban – RT for a chance to win #LeanHospitals3 http://www.leanhospitalsbook.com/contents/3rd-edition-2016/ Oh, and an announcement: My publisher...Show More Summary

Podcast: What is donor-focused fundraising, really?

Everybody knows that donor-focused fundraising is good. But what is it, actually? Too many fundraisers define it as "fundraising the way we wish it was." Or "fundraising our donors said they preferred" in focus groups or surveys. That's not it. Show More Summary

Another #ONEBigIdea – Cuba

Cuba’s newly opened relationship with the United States gives us access to an emerging market and provides new perspectives on it’s lands. The opportunities for new agriculture, technology and food concepts is something we can’t ignore. Show More Summary

KBOO Bike Show: Summer Bike Fun

 Listen to the show (mp3, 25.5MB) Tori catalogs a long list of bike fun, including: Megan Sinnot, discussing the World Naked Bike Ride Lillian Karabaic, the Bowie versus Prince Pedalpalooza Ride Evan Ward of the Action/Adventure Theatre staging a play on bikes John A. Show More Summary

The Bob & Chez Show Podcast: The Killing of Harambe the Gorilla, Plus Trump's War With the Press

Today's topics include: We Debate the Killing of Harambe the Gorilla; Trump Denies the California Drought; Trump Fails to Show Evidence of Donations to Veterans; Trump Calls Reporter A Sleaze; North Korea Endorses Trump; Road Sign Echoes...Show More Summary

Animal Ag Education is Working

The control, prevention and eradication of diseases like salmonella, PRRS, E. coli and camppylobacter are all key factors to profitable production. Lance Barton, director of wean to finish and genetic services, Belstra Milling Co. spoke...Show More Summary

Blazing Trails Theme for @Better_Seed Meeting

A trail blazing joint convention of the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) with the Oregon Seed Association this year will highlight the diverse seed industry of the Beaver State. “Oregon is known as the cool season grass capitol of the world,” says ASTA Chair Risa DeMasi of Grassland Oregon, who will be hosting this year’s meeting. “Over 90 percent of... Read More

Vets Turn Focus on Soil Health

Several international experts in animal health and nutrition were present at ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference, where their expert testimony on the solutions to the wide array of challenges facing animal production could be heard by a global audience. Show More Summary

China – #ONEBigIdea for Beef

The industry of agriculture has an international consumer base, and so many agribusiness professionals are looking into the international opportunities available within their sector and their business. Ian Lahiffe, New Business Development...Show More Summary

China: An Incredible Opportunity

The industry of agriculture has an international consumer base, and so many agribusiness professionals are looking into the international opportunities available within their sector and their business. Ian Lahiffe, New Business Development...Show More Summary

Amicus: A Bird With a Broken Wing

Listen to Episode 45 of Slate’s Amicus: Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab Slate Plus members: Get your ad-free podcast feed. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer this week told an interviewer that the court has not been diminished by the Senate’s inability to fill its empty seat, despite appearances to the contrary. Show More Summary

I AM USFRA – Gene Stoel

Third generation Minnesota farmer Gene Stoel has served on the board of the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) for three years now and he considers it time well spent for him representing his family and his fellow farmers. “To me it’s very important to tell people what it is we do, why we do the things we do and... Read More

The Digitalization of Agriculture

Emerging technologies are knocking on the doorsteps of agriculture daily. One of these is facial recognition, not necessarily new when used with humans, but a cutting-edge concept in animal agriculture. David Hunt, co-founder of Cainthus,...Show More Summary

Podcast #251 – Jim Huntzinger & Russ Scaffede on Lean Leadership

Episode #251 is a bit different in that it’s audio shared by the good folks at Lean Frontiers. They recently hosted a webinar where Jim Huntzinger, founder and president of Lean Frontiers asked questions that answered by Russ Scaffede about Lean leadership. See their other webinars here. Russ has a lot of great wisdom and experience […]

Alltech Honors Young Scientists At #ONEBigIdea

The winners of 11th annual Alltech Young Scientist (AYS) Global Competition were announced during this years ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference, and the eight competition finalists were all honored on stage during a special ceremony to help close out the event. Show More Summary

The Big Ten for Truffle Media

In this week’s program you can listen to Jamie Johansen talk with John Blue, Truffle Media Networks, about the growth of the company and what he sees for the future. John says that Truffle Media Networks will turn ten years old in June. He is now the Chief of Community Creation for the company. You’ll have to listen to him... Read More

The Farm Technologist – Just #ONEBigIdea

The future of farming was the center of discussion at ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference and their is no future of farming if younger generations aren’t interested in it. Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer for Alltech, Dr. Karl...Show More Summary

Podcast #17: Playing God, or at Least Robert Moses

Martin and I chat briefly about big ST parties, and then go through the reader mailbag. Topics include alternatives for ST3, the Seattle Process, zoning, improvements to STB, and much much more. http://traffic.libsyn.com/seattletransitblog/STB_podcast_017.mp3 As always, you can subscribe in iTunes.  Also, if you like the show, leave us a review.

The Building Blocks to Better Beef Production

This year at ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference, attendees had access to a variety of special sessions that highlighted some of the global opportunities currently breaking new ground in different sectors of agriculture production. Dan...Show More Summary

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