This week we talk to Jamyn Edis, CEO and co-founder of connected car company Dash.
Jeffrey Martin makes a 4K resolution spherical camera that can take amazing 360-degree videos. He's been making immersive photos and video for decades and his work has been featured around the world. Today he talks with us about the limitations of VR and the future of 360-degree storytelling.
This time we talk to Bitcoin entrepreneur Haseeb Awan who is a little bearish on finance but bullish on the rise of the East and the changes afoot globally.
In this episode we talk to Raj Raghunathan, author of If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Happy?
In this fascinating episode futurist Joe Brewer talks about allof the changes afoot for us in the next 20 years and his hope thatwe survive them. His ideas are chilling yet exciting.
This week we learn about AI from Jana Eggers, CEO of Nara Logics and creator of smart tools for big data.
This week on Technotopia I talk to Michelangelo Guarise, the community manager for the UDOO project, an amazing single-board computer that is as powerful as a PC.
Entrepreneur and general Renaissance man Arlo Gilbert is joining us to talk about the future of health, robots, and why Google got out of the Big Dog industry.
This week we talk to Jameson Lopp, a bitcoin/blockchain expert who tells us about the future of trust.
This week we talk about how Spam is the run-off of mental attention and how privacy will allow us to move from multi-tasking to multi-personalities.
This week we have Ryan Cousineau, an amateur futurist with some interesting ideas on energy and future cities.
This week we talk to Peter Singer, writer and consultant. Singer has a deep background in future military technologies and has a writer's eye for the future.
This week we talk to an amazing choreographer who works with some unusual dancers -cranes over city skylines.
This week we talk to journalist and artist Ben Hammersley, he of the amazing mustache. He talks to us about why Batman sucks, who will win a zombie attack, and how to be a better person.