Community Cookbook Comeback, 7th Congressional District Candidate Interview, The Weirdness Of Artificial Intelligence

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Potato Bhaji for Two for Edlyn D’Souza. Photo by Edlyn D’Souza

An artist and chef tells us about her project to re-purpose the community cookbook concept, drawing recipes from isolated friends around the world to help lift spirits and also raise support for domestic violence victims. Then we interview the Democratic challenger in Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional district race. And an artificial intelligence researcher talks about how AI works.

Featured in this Show

  • Food Friday: A New Community Cookbook For Quarantined Times

    We talk to artist and chef Krystal Mack about her revival of the “community cookbook” concept, and her project raising awareness of, and supporting, domestic violence victims during stay-at-home orders.

  • The Race For Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District: A Conversation With Tricia Zunker

    Ahead of the May 12th special election for Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional district, we speak to the Democratic candidate — Wausau School Board president and associate justice of the Ho-Chunk Nation Supreme Court Tricia Zunker.

  • How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing The World And Making It Weird

    Artificial intelligence is frequently portrayed in science fiction as a thing to be feared. But in the real world, an AI researcher shows us that trying to get machines to learn can be a weird and hilarious endeavor.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Krystal Mack Guest
  • Tricia Zunker Guest
  • Janelle Shane Guest

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