United States CTO Megan Smith and Harvard Law Professor Larry Lessig join us for todays #maketechhuman. In this episode we discuss governing in a supremely digital age. How is it different? Where is it going? What can you do?
Recorded at the OZO launch event in Los Angeles, the MakeTechHuman podcast visits with Nokia Technologies president Ramzi Haidamus and pioneering VR artist Nonny de la Peña to discuss the nascent medium of VR as a storytelling platform, as well
Karim El Malki founder and CEO of Athnet, Mick Ebeling, CEO of Not Impossible and Hossein Moiin, Chief technology officer for Nokia Networks join the program today to discuss how Technology is being used to solve some of the large scale proble
Leila Janah and Luis von Ahn are two of the 17 MakeTechHuman Agents of Change Join us to discuss making a global impact through technology. Leila has created a platform for digital work, serving impoverished people around the world, and Luis ha
Jeff Cole, Director and CEO, Center for the Digital Future at the University of Southern California and Mother/Blogger of digitalmomblog.com, Molly Thornberg. Discuss the impact of technology on kids. From how they interact with it to what i
On this episode we dive into the promising future of Smart Cities. Urban developments that take the guess work out of many current day headaches like driving, public works, and even health, just to name a few.
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Stuart Russell, a professor at the University of California at Berkeley Rodney Brooks, founder and CTO of Rethink Robotics and co-founder of iRobot, and Sir Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal discuss adn debate the advantages and pitfalls of Artifi
Henrietta, Juhani, and Pertti discuss how their culture fosters innovation, as well as what skills and talents will serve us best in the future. Most importantly, we’ll learn why FAIL is not a four-letter word, despite appearances to the contra
Jon Ronson , Author of "So You've Been Publicly Shamed" joins Justin Patchin, Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Research Center and Robin Stern, associate director for the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence for a discussion about the curren