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Why Women Kill: Truth, Lies and Labels

Produced by CBS All Access

When a woman commits murder, she’s often given a label: “The Woman Who Snapped,” “Black Widow” or “Angel of Death.” Do these labels help us explain why women murder, or do they mask the truth? Join true crime writer Tori Telfer as she uncovers what drives women to kill, presented by CBS All Access.

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AI: Hype vs. Reality

Produced by Dell Technologies

Artificial intelligence (AI) carries a lot of promise to enhance human lives. It also carries a lot of hype. Join host Jessica Chobot as she puts present-day AI technology to the test and separates the hype from reality.

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if/else

Produced by CTI.ai

A career in technology is full of choices. We’re here to help you make smart ones. In each episode, we meet a software developer who needs to make an if/else choice. From important technical decisions to sticky career challenges, we cover the hard and soft skills you need for a sustainable and rewarding career in tech… at any stage of your career. Hosted by Mayuko Inoue, if/else is an original podcast from CTO.ai, the makers of The Ops Platform.

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Why Women Kill: Truth, Lies and Labels

Produced by CBS All Access

When a woman commits murder, she’s often given a label: “The Woman Who Snapped,” “Black Widow” or “Angel of Death.” Do these labels help us explain why women murder, or do they mask the truth? Join true crime writer Tori Telfer as she uncovers what drives women to kill, presented by CBS All Access.

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AI: Hype vs. Reality

Produced by Dell Technologies

Artificial intelligence (AI) carries a lot of promise to enhance human lives. It also carries a lot of hype. Join host Jessica Chobot as she puts present-day AI technology to the test and separates the hype from reality.

Listen

if/else

Produced by CTI.ai

A career in technology is full of choices. We’re here to help you make smart ones. In each episode, we meet a software developer who needs to make an if/else choice. From important technical decisions to sticky career challenges, we cover the hard and soft skills you need for a sustainable and rewarding career in tech… at any stage of your career. Hosted by Mayuko Inoue, if/else is an original podcast from CTO.ai, the makers of The Ops Platform.

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The Special

Produced by BMW

From artists to architects, musicians to entrepreneurs, its places and its spaces and most of all, its food. That’s what makes a city ‘special.’ Hosted by Minya Oh, a.k.a. “Miss Info,” we’re checking out six American cities to find out what gives them their unique flavor. In each episode, we’ll be guided by a local restaurateur, culminating with the special — a dish that is the manifestation of the city on a plate. BMW’s first ever X7 inspired “The Special,” by bringing together a new collaboration between two expert storytellers — The New York Times’s T Brand Studio and The Infatuation. Together, we examine culture and food in a way that only we can. Sponsored by BMW.

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Three and a Half Degrees: The Power of Connection

Produced by Facebook

Listen to Facebook’s new podcast Three and a Half Degrees: The Power of Connection, a show that brings together unexpected pairings of business leaders, mavericks and entrepreneurs who share surprising parallels in values, visions, experiences and ideas. Hosted by David Fischer, Facebook’s VP of marketing and partnerships, this journey of exploring connections aims to bring the world closer together through common lessons as we set out to build new businesses, paradigms, products and movements in today’s ever connected age.

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Fixed That For You

Produced by Segment

Do you make, break, and tinker with things? Are you a seeker of unconventional wisdom? Do you think in algorithms? Then welcome to FTFY, also known as Fixed That For You—a podcast from Segment about solving problems with data and algorithms. In every episode we tackle big problems, small problems, mysterious problems, even weird problems. And we learn about the iterative process behind inventive solutions to those problems, devised by engineers, software developers, computer scientists, and everyday people who are doing incredible things with data. From preventing human stampedes, to building an artificial pancreas, to finding the perfect romantic partner, to tracking down criminal wildlife poachers, and much more, there’s probably an algorithm for that. Hosted by science journalist, Cara Santa Maria.

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The Special

Produced by BMW

From artists to architects, musicians to entrepreneurs, its places and its spaces and most of all, its food. That’s what makes a city ‘special.’ Hosted by Minya Oh, a.k.a. “Miss Info,” we’re checking out six American cities to find out what gives them their unique flavor. In each episode, we’ll be guided by a local restaurateur, culminating with the special — a dish that is the manifestation of the city on a plate. BMW’s first ever X7 inspired “The Special,” by bringing together a new collaboration between two expert storytellers — The New York Times’s T Brand Studio and The Infatuation. Together, we examine culture and food in a way that only we can. Sponsored by BMW.

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Three and a Half Degrees: The Power of Connection

Produced by Facebook

Listen to Facebook’s new podcast Three and a Half Degrees: The Power of Connection, a show that brings together unexpected pairings of business leaders, mavericks and entrepreneurs who share surprising parallels in values, visions, experiences and ideas. Hosted by David Fischer, Facebook’s VP of marketing and partnerships, this journey of exploring connections aims to bring the world closer together through common lessons as we set out to build new businesses, paradigms, products and movements in today’s ever connected age.

Listen

Fixed That For You

Produced by Segment

Do you make, break, and tinker with things? Are you a seeker of unconventional wisdom? Do you think in algorithms? Then welcome to FTFY, also known as Fixed That For You—a podcast from Segment about solving problems with data and algorithms. In every episode we tackle big problems, small problems, mysterious problems, even weird problems. And we learn about the iterative process behind inventive solutions to those problems, devised by engineers, software developers, computer scientists, and everyday people who are doing incredible things with data. From preventing human stampedes, to building an artificial pancreas, to finding the perfect romantic partner, to tracking down criminal wildlife poachers, and much more, there’s probably an algorithm for that. Hosted by science journalist, Cara Santa Maria.

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Repeat Customer

Produced by Zendesk

Repeat Customer is a new podcast from Zendesk devoted to going behind the scenes of brands with truly great customer experiences. We’ll talk to CX leaders, industry experts, and customers to examine exactly how companies create these memorable experiences, the challenges they faced along the way, and why their legions of superfans love them so much.

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How Not to F*ck Up Your Kids Too Bad

Produced by Audible

Modern parenting is in a complicated place. By some estimates, fathers today spend seven times more time parenting than their dads did. And while there are a ton of parenting books, writer Stephen Marche says that most are aimed at women and are designed to make them feel like they are doing something wrong.

Enter How Not to F*ck Up Your Kids Too Bad, an Audible Original. Across 10 chapters, Marche talks to real fathers and experts about thorny contemporary questions. He tackles everything from why yelling may be as bad as spanking to how to share your favorite childhood books (especially when they are a little racist) and how to talk to your kids about marijuana and porn in a way that won’t mess them up as adults…at least not too much.

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Choiceology

Produced by Charles Schwab

What happens when intuition fails us? Listen in as Katy Milkman shares stories of irrational decision making—from historical blunders to the kinds of everyday errors that could affect your future. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics, exposing the psychological traps that lead to expensive mistakes.

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Repeat Customer

Produced by Zendesk

Repeat Customer is a new podcast from Zendesk devoted to going behind the scenes of brands with truly great customer experiences. We’ll talk to CX leaders, industry experts, and customers to examine exactly how companies create these memorable experiences, the challenges they faced along the way, and why their legions of superfans love them so much.

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How Not to F*ck Up Your Kids Too Bad

Produced by Audible

Modern parenting is in a complicated place. By some estimates, fathers today spend seven times more time parenting than their dads did. And while there are a ton of parenting books, writer Stephen Marche says that most are aimed at women and are designed to make them feel like they are doing something wrong.

Enter How Not to F*ck Up Your Kids Too Bad, an Audible Original. Across 10 chapters, Marche talks to real fathers and experts about thorny contemporary questions. He tackles everything from why yelling may be as bad as spanking to how to share your favorite childhood books (especially when they are a little racist) and how to talk to your kids about marijuana and porn in a way that won’t mess them up as adults…at least not too much.

Listen

Choiceology

Produced by Charles Schwab

What happens when intuition fails us? Listen in as Katy Milkman shares stories of irrational decision making—from historical blunders to the kinds of everyday errors that could affect your future. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics, exposing the psychological traps that lead to expensive mistakes.

Listen