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At the intersection of ideas and action, showcasing innovative insights from industry professionals around the world presented by Longitude.site fellows. Our episodes explore thought provoking stories on a series of core values that are essential in every career - ranging from creativity, motivation, and collaboration to many others.

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At the intersection of ideas and action, showcasing innovative insights from industry professionals around the world presented by Longitude.site fellows. Our episodes explore thought provoking stories on a series of core values that are essential in every career - ranging from creativity, motivation, and collaboration to many others.

    87 Inventor Mindset

    87 Inventor Mindset

    A conversation with award-winning IBM engineer Naeem Altaf, who is paving the way for next generation of space programmers by developing the Endurance CubeSat satellite. Longitude fellow Tony Zhou presents highlights from his conversation covering the complexity of space industry, the drive to understand the big picture, and curiosity as the source of the inventor mindset.

    Our Edge of Space series (episodes 86-90) under the Longitudes of Imagination theme is showcasing conversations with space technology engineers from IBM and a NASA microbiologist who is the principal investigator for the Genes in Space-3 project about the International Space Station. Tune in to hear what is possible through edge computing at Earth’s low-orbit and how imagination leads to new synergies that turn ideas into action.

    See transcript. Visit our series page. 
    This podcast is a production of Longitude.site, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization that empowers college students and recent graduates with experiences in leading conversations with professionals and presenting takeaways digitally. Please visit our gift-giving portal if you would like to join in supporting our programming. We would be delighted to hear from you! 
       
    We hope you enjoy our episodes and share them on your campuses as well as with your work colleagues, friends and family. It will help us grow our listenership. Thank you. 
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    • 20 min
    86 Edge of Space

    86 Edge of Space

    As we continue exploring longitudes of imagination and roles of people who are bringing ideas to fruition, we blast off to the edge of space in our new series. Longitude fellows Jaena Kim (University of Ottawa), Blake Moya (University of Texas), Tony Zhou (Yale University), and Quint Smits (Tilburg University) share what is ahead in our Edge of Space series.
    Our second series (episodes 86-90) under the Longitudes of Imagination theme is showcasing conversations with space technology engineers from IBM and a NASA microbiologist who is the principal investigator for the Genes in Space-3 project about the International Space Station. Tune in to hear what is possible through edge computing at Earth’s low-orbit and how imagination leads to new synergies that turn ideas into action.

    See transcript. Visit our series page. 
    This podcast is a production of Longitude.site, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization that empowers college students and recent graduates with experiences in leading conversations with professionals and presenting takeaways digitally. Please visit our gift-giving portal if you would like to join in supporting our programming. We would be delighted to hear from you! 
       
    We hope you enjoy our episodes and share them on your campuses as well as with your work colleagues, friends and family. It will help us grow our listenership. Thank you. 
    Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=X9BMEXWATBA42)
     
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    • 8 min
    85 AI, Curiosity, and Creativity

    85 AI, Curiosity, and Creativity

    A conversation between Longitude fellows, Tony Zhou and Jade McAdams about MAS, AI, curiosity, and creativity in engineering.
    Our first series under the Longitudes of Imagination theme (episodes 78-85) are showcasing conversations with the crew members of the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) project, where the fellows explored the roles and the experiences that brought MAS to fruition.  Mayflower is an AI driven fully autonomous ship that will cross the Atlantic from the U.K. to the U.S. to collect ocean research data!

    See transcript. Visit our series page. Learn more about MAS400.
    This podcast is a production of Longitude.site, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization that empowers college students and recent graduates with experiences in leading conversations with professionals and presenting takeaways digitally. Please visit our gift-giving portal if you would like to join in supporting our programming. We would be delighted to hear from you! 
      
     We hope you enjoy our episodes and share them on your campuses as well as with your work colleagues and family. It will help us grow our listenership. Thank you. 
    Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=X9BMEXWATBA42)

    • 14 min
    84 It's a Powerful Story - with Jonathan Batty

    84 It's a Powerful Story - with Jonathan Batty

    A conversation with Jonathan Batty, chief communications officer of MAS at IBM in UK, led by Molly Turner, Longitude fellow and conducting fellow at the Colburn School.
    Our first series under the Longitudes of Imagination theme (episodes 78-85) are showcasing conversations with the crew members of the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) project, where the fellows explored the roles and the experiences that brought MAS to fruition.  Mayflower is an AI driven fully autonomous ship that will cross the Atlantic from the U.K. to the U.S. to collect ocean research data!

    See transcript. Visit our series page. Learn more about MAS400.
    This podcast is a production of Longitude.site, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization that empowers college students and recent graduates with experiences in leading conversations with professionals and presenting takeaways digitally. Please visit our gift-giving portal if you would like to join in supporting our programming. We would be delighted to hear from you! 
     
    We hope you enjoy our episodes and share them on your campuses as well as with your work colleagues and family. It will help us grow our listenership. Thank you. 
    Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=X9BMEXWATBA42)

    • 15 min
    83 Collaborating Technically - with Andy Stanford Clark

    83 Collaborating Technically - with Andy Stanford Clark

    A conversation with Andy Stanford Clark, chief technology officer for IBM in UK and Ireland, led by Can Erdogan, Longitude fellow and statistics student at Rice University.
    Our first series under the Longitudes of Imagination theme (episodes 78-85) are showcasing conversations with the crew members of the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) project, where the fellows explored the roles and the experiences that brought MAS to fruition.  Mayflower is an AI driven fully autonomous ship that will cross the Atlantic from the U.K. to the U.S. to collect ocean research data!

    See transcript. Visit our series page. Learn more about MAS400.
    This podcast is a production of Longitude.site, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization that empowers college students and recent graduates with experiences in leading conversations with professionals and presenting takeaways digitally. Please visit our gift-giving portal if you would like to join in supporting our programming. We would be delighted to hear from you! 
     
    We hope you enjoy our episodes and share them on your campuses as well as with your work colleagues and family. It will help us grow our listenership. Thank you. 
    Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=X9BMEXWATBA42)

    • 22 min
    82 Discovering the Potential - with Carrie Bendzsa

    82 Discovering the Potential - with Carrie Bendzsa

    A conversation with Carrie Bendzsa, U.S. markets and regional communications leader at IBM, led by Jaena Kim, Longitude fellow and law student at the University of Ottawa.
    Our first series under the Longitudes of Imagination theme (episodes 78-85) are showcasing conversations with the crew members of the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) project, where the fellows explored the roles and the experiences that brought MAS to fruition.  Mayflower is an AI driven fully autonomous ship that will cross the Atlantic from the U.K. to the U.S. to collect ocean research data!

    See transcript. Visit our series page. Learn more about MAS400.
    This podcast is a production of Longitude.site, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization that empowers college students and recent graduates with experiences in leading conversations with professionals and presenting takeaways digitally. Please visit our gift-giving portal if you would like to join in supporting our programming. We would be delighted to hear from you! 
     
    We hope you enjoy our episodes and share them on your campuses as well as with your work colleagues and family. It will help us grow our listenership. Thank you. 
    Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=X9BMEXWATBA42)

    • 20 min

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