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The Future, This Week 19 Jul 19: #DeepFakes, #DigitalHumans, #WillSmith

This week: deep fakes, digital humans and a young Will Smith in our Vivid Ideas Special.

The Future, This Week 17 May 19: #GOT gets real

This week: real-life implications of Game of Thrones.

The Future, This Week 19 Apr 19: #996, #futureofwork, #GOT

This week: #996 working long hours, predicting work and who dies on Game of Thrones.

The Future, This Week 12 Apr 19: #TechLash

This week: the #TechLash bandwagon: companies, people and governments

The future of you

Your future is not yet written. Here are some ideas currently being tested that aim to put people at the centre of discussions about a better AI future.

Giving the world a better face

What happens when technology has a human face? In the future digital assistants will not just be disembodied voices: soon we will be gazing into an emotionally rich, apparently human, 3D digital face.

Our must-listen podcasts from 2018

To celebrate the milestone of producing our 100th podcast and the closing of a successful year, here is a collection of our favourite podcast interviews from 2018.

The Future, This Week 7 Dec 18: tasty app, fish faces, and car data

This week: food flavours, fish faces and China’s car data collection.

The Future, This Week 30 Nov 18: happiness, big data and big claims

This week: happiness, big data analysis, and inclement weather.

The Future, This Week 23 Nov 18: patents, co-housing, and dangerous questions

This week: disturbing patents, smart housing, and asking a dangerous question.

The Future, This Week 16 Nov 18: AI puppets, fake stuff, and cashless

This week: puppets reading news, fake stuff, and Sweden’s out of cash.

The Future, This Week 2 Nov 18: work weeks, faxes, and AI art

This week: work week wishes, fax-free futures, and AI art.

The Future, This Week 21 Sep 18: privacy, measurements, and ad poetry

This week: selling privacy, for good measure, and automated advertising poetry.

Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity

Join Kai Riemer, Michela Ledwidge and Sandra Peter as they chat with MIKE, a virtual, digital human.

TFTW on: Why aren’t we prepared to rethink prisons?

Perhaps it’s time we looked at alternatives to the traditional ways in which we incarcerate people.

Cathy O’Neil on The Future, This Week

This week: a special edition with mathematician and data scientist Dr Cathy O’Neil.

The Future, This Week 06 July 2018

From Sydney Business Insights, this is our 100th podcast! This week: AI matters, hail the rides, and flying snake bots.

Future Frontiers: Educating for 2040

Join the conversation when a panel of academics, practitioners and business personalities discuss the implications for education of the current artificial intelligence and other emerging trends.

The Future, This Week 15 June 2018

This week: winter is coming, Uber knows you’re tipsy, and take the call.

New AI computing paradigm needs new quality thinking

The old rules do not apply to deep learning artificial intelligence.

The Future, This Week 25 May 2018

This week: why it’s too early to certify AI, and phantom traffic jams and fungi sandals in other news.

The Future, This Week 11 May 2018

This week: I’m um, a bot; sexist spaces; and Japan making stuff in other news.

The Future, This Week 04 May 2018

This week: chickens of tomorrow, prison business, and the rise of the digital humans.

A bumpy road ahead

Fatal Uber crash highlights both AI and non-technical questions about autonomous vehicles.

The Future, This Week 06 April 2018

This week: unpacking inequality, why shooting for the moon is hard, and cars demanding attention in other news.

The Future, This Week 29 March 2018

This week: a bumpy road ahead, missing out on AI glory, and long haul just got longer in other news.

The Future, This Week 16 March 2018

This week: fixing the web, the farmer wants a bot, and big gigs and solar in the rain in other news.

Lawyers v. AI

AI fought the lawyer, and the AI won.

The Future, This Week 02 March 2018

This week: lawyers v. AI, logos all the same and ring my bell.

The Future, This Week 23 February 2018

This week: where cars are going, banking on automation, and Apple glass, Facebook torture and robots in other news.

The Future, This Week 16 February 2018

This week: classy Facebook, the end of the internet, and China, crypto and space stations in other news.

We need to talk about AI

If we are to ensure new technologies benefit human functioning and wellbeing we must move beyond the current focus on apocalyptic messages.

The trust shift

Rachel Botsman talks about changing perceptions of trust and explains how traditional ideas of banking, media, politics and consumerism are being radically transformed in our society.

The Future, This Week 22 December 2017

The Future, This Year: the most interesting, the weird and the wonderful, what’s in store for 2018, and a Christmas story.

The Future, This Week 08 December 2017

This week: building the digital Silk Road, brands in the age of Amazon, and my robot friend.

The Future, This Week 24 November 2017

This week: is the ivory tower asleep at the wheel, city experiments, and Uber…again.

Watson’s health problems

IBM’s medical artificial intelligence program Watson for Oncology is merely rudimentary.

It’s a Musk – are we living in an alien’s computer game?

Elon Musk reckons it’s probable that humans are just characters in someone’s computer game.

AI can’t see my cat

Adversarial examples reveal AI weakness in machine learning process.

The Future, This Week 10 November 2017

This week: AI can’t see my cat, predicting is creating, and it’s a Musk.

The myth of the thinking machine

Why do we believe in the existence of intelligent machines? Why do we believe that computers can do inherently human activities, such as decision-making, better than we do?

The Future, This Week 27 October 2017

This week: scary tales about superhuman robots, a global waste blockage, and tricking cars.

A future of automation

What does automation mean for the future of mining, agriculture, cities and the future of jobs? A discussion with Hugh Durrant-Whyte, Chief Scientific Adviser at the UK Ministry of Defence.

The motor car: love in a digital age

Carlos Ghosn, CEO of the Renault–Nissan Alliance and one of the world’s most influential business leaders, predicts what we can expect from the future of the automotive industry.

How China’s AI experts can beat Google and Microsoft by 2030

China is more than capable of reaching its goal of global AI leadership, but it will require a change in mindset to carry out and support groundbreaking research, not just follow existing technology.

The Future, This Week 08 September 2017

This week: pay with a smile, fake reviews and regulating AI.

Capturing China’s middle class potential

The emergence of China’s middle class is one of the greatest economic stories of the 21st century and a game changer for the global markets.

Are we ready for the new revolution?

Technological advances are about to bring massive changes that some nations will cope with better than others.


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