This is our trashiest episode yet! (sorry, not sorry). Garbage is not something we normally think about but's it's a bigger problem than you may think. On this episode, we talk about some of the issues and solutions for the waste problem.
As technology and automation in particular continues to evolve, there is no doubt that certain industries will be disrupted. Some say that the answer to a jobless society is Universal Basic Income. In this episode, we talk Automation and UBI.
As Shakespeare once said, "Can one desire too much of a good thing?" While Social Media has been beneficial to society in many ways, is there a darker, more malevolent side? On this episode, we become the judges of that.
Headlines about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency have exploded recently – and for good reason. In this episode, we discuss our reasons for getting excited about the digital gold rush and some outstanding concerns.
There are some moments in time when a company or technology truly revolutionizes an industry. Tesla's recent unveiling of their Semi is one of those moments. And let's not forget the supercar-killing Tesla Roadster.
Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few weeks, the credit bureau Equifax was recently hacked. What's the extent of the hack and what can you do to protect yourself? Check out this episode for more details.
How does this sound? Take a test and, if you score well enough, you'll be accepted to a school with no teachers, no tests, and little structure - oh yeah, and it's free. Too good to be true? Check out our discussion about the school of the future.
You may have heard of the term Net Neutrality. It's all over the news. But is there a perspective that's not being considered? Find out more as we go deeper into this conversation about the rules of the internet.
Apple's World Wide Developer's conference is usually packed with a ton of new announcements - and this year was no different. In fact, we think that some of the things announced are game changers in the same way the original iPhone was.
Are we entering into a 'Minority Report' type of reality where you can be arrested before committing a crime? With the help of AI, an English town is taking the first steps in that direction. And the rest of us might not be that far behind.