Eliot Peper is a novelist and entrepreneur who has written a number of amazing books. His latest, Cumulus, is available on Amazon.
In this episode we talk to Dorna Moini about the future of the legal profession and why robots won't replace lawyers (yet).
If you've ever wanted a crash course in quantum computing, this is it. Jim Clarke is in charge of QPU research at Intel and he runs down exactly how …
Clare Sutcliffe created Code Club in the UK to help kids learn computers. Now she's working on a number of exciting projects in the same vein but in the end she believes that teachers will be with us always.
Greg Verdino is a business futurist who is building next level business systems. In this podcast we talk about the way businesses will grow and change in reaction to what amounts to a hipsterization of the workplace.
Bill Laboon is a lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh and the author of Strength in Numbers, a novel about cryptocurrency. In this episode we talk about academia and the future of blockchain.
Bilal Pervez is the founder of Chube, a new app for kids. In this podcast we talk about the future of content and why those awful Jonny Jonny videos …
Aliya Prokofyeva wants to build cities in space. I ask her when we can all go. She's the CEO of Galaktika and she's in the space race to win it.
In this potentially NSFW (but fun) episode, I talk to Alexandra Fine of Dame Products about her work in relationships and sex toys. It's a wide ranging conversation that might not be exactly for the little ones.
Peter Rubin is the author of Future Presence and has some fascinating things to say about intimacy, VR, and the future of communication. This was one of my favorite episodes and well worth a listen.
David Weinberger is an author and early Internet pioneer. In this podcast we talk about machine learning, the future of our minds, and some of the …