Our brains cannot remember the faces of everyone we cross on the street, but for better & for worse facial recognition software can.
Liz Mair joins us to discuss Nunes, his cow, & how the lawsuit has created an internet backlash drawing more attention to parody accounts.
Salim Furth joins us for a discussion on why rent in urban areas is skyrocketing and what can be done to fix it.
John Ibbitson joins our show to discuss how around mid-century our population will no longer be growing, but declining.
Adam Thierer joins us for a discussion about evasive entrepreneurialism & permissionless innovation.
We should take a collective deep breath before proposing tech-related legislation in the wake of a mass shooting.
Jim Cantrell explores the vast opportunities in space with us, but one thing he makes clear is that no one would benefit from a war in space.
A dog is man’s best friend, basically the presence of a faithful companion, is one explanation for the rise in pet ownership.
Hold your cows, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s Green New Deal actually wouldn’t make enough of a global impact to matter.
Scooters like Bird and Lime are good disruptive technologies that live in a gray regulatory area.
Does piracy have a catastrophic effect on how music, movies, and books are distributed?
Still looking for a last-minute valentine? Maybe one of many dating apps can help you find “the one” instantly!
Video games have extensive compelling narratives that gives the player a degree of agency that is not present in watching movies or reading books.
We explore the largely unregulated wearable tech industry that creates innovative products and apps designed to help us live healthier happy lives.
Diego Zuluaga discusses potential applications of blockchain tech even in what is still the early stages of cryptocurrency adoption.
Some politicians seem authentic on social media & others completely miss the mark. Should political advertising on social media be regulated?
Will Rinehart raises concern over whether or not members of Congress should be more tech savvy.
Instead of choosing the lesser of two evils at the ballot box, you could rank your preferences, like they did in Maine for the midterm election.