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Want to take control of the future? In each episode of this podcast, Entrepreneur magazine editor in chief Jason Feifer takes something that seems concerning or confusing today, and then learns its surprising history, what important things we’re missing, and the solutions that can make us smarter and better. (The show was previously called Pessimists Archive.)
 
You’ve just stumbled upon a radio broadcast from some far away planet. A planet where teleporters and time travelers have supper on starships; where robots rendezvous in neon nightclubs; where the lost ideas of the future live on. On Planet Tomorrow, hosts Rye Dorsey and Zachary Goldberg celebrate and discuss retrofuturism, forgotten cultural ephemera, niche science fiction and much, much more. Enjoy your stay on Planet Tomorrow: where the future that never was is alive and well.
 
Experts in the tech, content and data fields share their insights on the future of creativity and brand experience. Brought to you by Jack X, Jack Morton's innovation practice. A team helping brands predict and prepare for tomorrow.
 
Join Lewis and Li as they discuss the mind blowing and bizarre realities of tomorrow. From technology and innovation, to biology and wellness. Fast Forward is about learning together how we can navigate an uncertain but inspiring future. /// Bio: Business partners and friends since freshman year, Lewis and Li are two Canadian Entrepreneurs who are passionate about future technologies and culture. Lewis, a software engineer and thought leader alongside Li, an award winning entrepreneur and ma ...
 
Technology-led progress means following the latest innovations without pause: A frantic pace that can stop us learning from technology’s past. Fast Forward examines trends shaping technology from the perspective of the recent past. It distills practical learnings that might have been missed in the flurry of forward momentum. Writer, broadcaster and cultural theorist Ken Hollings presents provocative, informed episodes with a rich mix of guests, expertise and evocative sounds. Subscribe where ...
 
From flying cars, deep sea exploration, robotics, Mars landing, Artificial Intelligence, gaming to virtual reality and more, technology continuous to develop at a pace faster than we can keep up. Exploring how these develop, from idea to invention, their impact on everyday life to impact in our home environments to policies, join us as we showcase the next amazing inventions in tech. Hear what the brightest minds are up to now and what the next big thing will be that will transform our lives ...
 
Paul Hill is a Research and Extension Professor at Utah State University where he has developed national, award-winning STEM education programs. This podcast is for the community of caring adults who serve young people in their profession and as volunteers. In this show, Paul deconstructs the foremost youth programs (e.g., FIRST robotics, 4-H) and resources for guiding young people down the path of innovation and leadership with successful professionals and volunteers. This is your go-to pod ...
 
Can science fiction save the world? Author and filmmaker, Mikel J. Wisler, explores the themes and ideas presented in a wide range of sci-fi movies and books from various time periods. Convinced that sci-fi is the most naturally philosophical genre, Wisler invites everyone from die-hard fans to casual observers to dive into meaningful conversations about how sci-fi helps us think about our future, brings up challenging scenarios, and forces us to ask big questions. Support this podcast: http ...
 
A fortnightly podcast from Little Atoms which looks at how technology will affect politics in the future. Like Tomorrow's World but for Westminster. Hosted by @tannerjc who is joined by a range of experts he's not fed up of yet. Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Will robots steal our jobs? How will shopping feel in virtual reality? Future Visions is a brand new podcast series from Virgin that explores the surreal world of tomorrow through the finest minds of today. With the help of scientists, experts and respected futurologists, presenter Natalie Campbell (Badass Women’s Hour / A Very Good Company) peers into the crystal ball to imagine what the world will look like in 20 years’ time – and what we’ll need in our future toolkit to survive. A Pixiu p ...
 
Through our regular conversations with CEOs, we're able to gain valuable insights into today's business challenges as well as the trends and issues shaping decision-making tomorrow. From our annual global CEO Survey, to our quarterly confidence check, we aim to keep you up-to-date with what’s on the minds of business leaders around the world.
 
Vault 97 is a fan podcast set in Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic, atom-age inspired universe of Fallout. The eponymous Vault 97 is a large, underground complex with two interesting details: the first is that it is a fully featured music studio and radio broadcast centre with the latest technology, and two, it has been filled with musicians, personalities and any other remaining ex-pats and civilians from Great Britain (along with those that could fake a convincing enough accent to get in). Susan ...
 
The Handmaid’s Tale. Brave New World. Mad Max. Fictional dystopias have never seemed so close to becoming reality. Is it too late to change our course? What Happens Next?, a podcast from Monash University, examines some of the biggest challenges facing our world and asks the experts, what will happen if we don't change? And what can we do to create a better future? Learn from leaders, listen to the people making a difference, and discover how you can help drive change.
 
Stay ahead of the accounting & finance curve with weekly insights on emerging technology, human intelligence and digital transformation. AICPA & CIMA's global community helps you leverage disruption today to prepare your profession for tomorrow. The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants shares exclusive interviews from finance professionals across the world. They unpick crucial trends in cybersecurity, blockchain, artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotic pro ...
 
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City Talks is a podcast from Ford Motor Company that explores human-centered approaches to mobility. City Talks are conversations with experts working through the needs and challenges cities face today -- and how they're helping create safer, more accessible, and more sustainable mobility options for millions. Hosted by Andrew Winston, Speaker, Author of Net Positive and Adviser to Multinationals, each episode features mobility pioneers who discuss current topics in the space.
 
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What does 5G, sustainability, hybrid working, AI, a vending machine and intelligent plant care have in common? Guest presenter Rohit Talwar of Fast Future in discussion with expert journalists from Forbes, Mobile News, and innovators from around the globe, explores how these are all driving change in the world around us. See omnystudio.com/listener…
 
Barbie sales were plummeting. A new leader had a vision: The doll needed to be “a reflection of our times.” But how do you make something more modern? In this episode, we learn how Barbie took some big risks — and then take a trip through toy history, to discover just how much our toys say about ourselves. The “Build For Tomorrow” book is almost he…
 
We are joined by Tom Middleton this week, to discuss his game studio - Roforco. Roforco helps brands tackle the enigmatic game platform and game creation system known as ‘Roblox.’ Brands are now discovering how to take advantage of Roblox’s popularity amongst Gen Z and Gen A, by creating brand gaming experiences. Tom discusses the importance of the…
 
EP 021 Show Notes: 0:00 Tornado Warning 4:48 Intro 5:49 Car Subscriptions 13:11 Nike AR Sweater 21:02 Tik Tok the search engine 28:07 Walmart EVs 32:12 Canoodled EVs 33:46 Hyundai future cars 36:56 Netflix subs 38:32 Nintendo Animation Studio 42:18 Youtube x Shopify 47:06 Rewind with Microsoft x IBM 50:55 Microsoft Teams update 54:44 Snip - Car Far…
 
EP 020 Show notes: 0:00 The Under-rated Paradox 1:46 Lewis' 100k surprise 7:49 Intro 8:47 Rogers Blackout 15:02 The Uber Files 32:32 Robot Referees 36:37 Tiny Robots 41:52 Recyclable Shoes 46:01 Elon Twitter pull-out 53:48 Rewind Twitter 57:15 Snips 57:26 Snip Japanese cyber bully 1:00:00 Snip Tik Tok Content ratings 1:02:02 Snip Door Dash glitch 1…
 
Avoid Hamptons Bladder with bladder botox...and maybe put it to use at the Barcelona Stock Market themed bar. The return of RadioShack and a Geofencing bout. Hypercharge (unboxed) lets you live out a Toy Story, while Disney fans buy-out a $110K trip. Glance lock-screens, and we take a glance at some quick snip stories. EP 019 Show notes: 0:00 Natio…
 
Will you be paid in Bitcoin to listen to this pod in the future through Fountain? Google joins the Wikimedia Enterprise plan, while CRISPR enters-rice into the fight against climate change plan. A deep dive on Sex Robots, and wait...Amazon has found a way to mimic everyone's voice? Show notes: 0:00 RIP EP 018 1:08 Storm's Song 7:17 Intro 8:08 Liste…
 
The teddy bear: Is it cute and cuddly, or a “horrible monstrosity” that’ll destroy humanity? In 1907, many people feared the worst — that this new toy would ruin young girls’ developing maternal instincts, and lead us to a terrible fate. This is the story of how the teddy bear changed us all… and how we then changed the bear. The “Build For Tomorro…
 
Relic Radio Science Fiction features a story from Dimension X this week. We’ll hear Time And Time Again, their story from July 12, 1951. Listen to more from Dimension X https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12022/SciFi730.mp3 Download SciFi730 Your support helps bring this show to everyone each week. If you would like to h…
 
Relic Radio Science Fiction features a story from Exploring Tomorrow this week. We’ll hear Dreams, their episode from January 3, 1958. Listen to more from Exploring Tomorrow https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12022/SciFi729.mp3 Download SciFi729 Your support helps bring this show to everyone each week. If you would like…
 
Jack Dorsey introduces Web5, and Google's LaMDA comes to life? Yubo's 60 million users will have access to their NFT collection with perks, while Adam Neumann founds a blockchain product that aims to help the environment. We rewind to Nintendo's first console - the Famicon, and fast forward to 3D printed ears. 0:00 BTS 5:42 Intro 6:49 3D Ear 14:02 …
 
Artist Hayden Sherman and writer Sean Lewis have gone from hi-tech to low-tech with their new Image miniseries Above Snakes, and Greg gets a chance to chat with them about it. A fantasy western with vengeance, blood, electric colors, surprise lettering, and a guy named Dirt, Above Snakes is their third collaboration, after The Few and Thumbs. Find …
 
This week we speak to John Grabowski from Move.ai about 3D motion capture technology. We discuss the accessibility and democratization of suitless motion capture technology, the metaverse and other current virtual worlds, as well as a speculation of future technological possibilities. We also touch upon the different platforms and content opportuni…
 
We’re going to space—Soviet style. We discuss predictions about space exploration throughout the Soviet Union history, the last Soviet cosmonaut, and a queer Russian-language sci-fi short story! Tune in for fascinating discussions with special guests Fred Scharmen (author of Space Forces: A Critical History of Life in Outer Space) and Syinat Sultan…
 
“This is one of the single biggest and particular attacks on the rights of women, and girls in particular, that we've seen in a long, long time.” – Natasha Stott Despoja Last week, our guests told the story of a tense escape from Afghanistan, arranged in the hours after the Taliban took its capital city of Kabul. For the women and girls left behind…
 
We listen to what a black hole sounds like and reflect on what the gravity of the Apple Newton release was. Are DApps the future of exercise, or does Niantic's social platform have more of a chance? We debut a "hot or flop" segment, while also taking a look at a digital marriage flop. Walmart drone delivery, TikTok Live & a new Google Street View c…
 
Improved energy consumption, reduced air pollution and waste reduction are just a few benefits of how GreenTech may contribute to achieving Net Zero goals. Huawei’s Ben Sutcliffe speaks to the innovators of drones, data and batteries to understand what ground breaking differences they are making today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
“I hope one day, again we will have what we had. Again, our women can raise their voice. Again we could see women leaders, women political leaders, women in universities, in schools, who have the right to dream. Again, we could see and feel the women in Afghanistan, their voice, their knowledge, their skills. And I’m hoping to see, one day again, t…
 
Our brains are full of fun facts: the memory span of a goldfish, Marie Antoinette’s famous words, the vomitoriums of Rome, and more. But what if it’s all wrong? In this episode, I debunk more than a dozen common misconceptions and then ask: Why do we remember misinformation so easily? And is there a better way to learn? The “Build For Tomorrow” boo…
 
The second half of Greg's chat with RushCon creative director and "Rush Fan in Chief" Jillian Maryonovich is finally here! Having covered so much ground about Jillian's background and connection to the band (as well as her time as White House Creative Director during President Obama's second term), the stage is set for some full-on Rush geekery! Fi…
 
Li and Lewis travel back in time in a thought experiment and are limited to one item from the future. A McDonalds' video game and a VR mask that makes breathing more realistic. We look back at the first flight across the Atlantic (x2) & a phoney Marie Antoinette quote, while questioning if the Elon Twitter purchase is cap.…
 
Ask an artificial intelligence to play you in a game of chess, and chances are, you’ll lose. Ask an artificial intelligence to make you a cup of coffee, however, and prepare to be disappointed. While robotics, autonomous systems and artificial intelligence, collectively known as RAS-AI, represent the bleeding edge of innovation and are often the vi…
 
In preparation for the second half of this interview later this week, we present Part 1, originally broadcast on July 29, 2021. Robots is a show built on being a fan of something. While the fandom in question is usually comics, today's episode deviates from the norm a bit as Greg kicks off a 2-part chat with Jillian Maryonovich about fandom in gene…
 
A long overdue chat with one of the kindest and most humble musicians out there (who also happens to be a living legend), Tad Doyle of the band Tad and Brothers of the Sonic Cloth. We talk about the early days of Seattle's heavy music scene, set a new record for near-death tour stories in a single show, and Tad drops a true stunner of a tour story …
 
Artificial intelligence and autonomous systems are poised to change the battlefield, and with it, soldiers themselves. Today, the human cost of war is high. Will that be true of tomorrow’s wars, or will humans be removed from the front lines, left to orchestrate surgical drone strikes and autonomous technology behind the scenes? And what about the …
 
Another great interview lined up for you folks today, because Greg got the opportunity to sit down with the 6 Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton team of writer Kyle Starks and artist Chris Schweizer. They are both Eisner-nominated cartoonists in their own right, and have individually brought you such works as Sexcastle and Old Head in Kyle’s case, and The…
 
In last week’s episode of ‘What Happens Next?’, Monash University’s podcast, Dr Susan Carland’s expert guests explained why a loneliness crisis is sweeping the globe, and what its knock-on effects are. Isolation is connected to issues including addiction, violence, and anxiety and depression. It impacts the whole of sufferer’s lives, from their hea…
 
To paraphrase a marketing line from the 80's - adventure has a new name, and that name is Shahidah El-Amin. The lead character in the recent Image Comics mini-series Compass, Shahidah is a 13th Century scholar from Baghdad's House of Wisdom who has traveled to the British Isles to investigate claims of a tribe that has found the secret to eternal l…
 
The pandemic certainly exacerbated feelings of social isolation, but even before lockdown became the name of the game, global reports of loneliness were creeping up at an alarming rate. Both Japan and the United Kingdom established government positions dedicated to its relief, and little wonder – the cost of loneliness is high. Social isolation aff…
 
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