Season 6 of The Future, This Week is almost here. Sandra Peter (Sydney Business Insights) and Kai Riemer (Digital Disruption Research Group) meet weekly to put their own spin on news that is impacting the future of business in The Future, This Week.

All episodes from Seasons 1 – 5 of The Future, This Week are available on our playlists.


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This transcript is the product of an artificial intelligence - human collaboration. Any mistakes are the human's fault. (Just saying. Accurately yours, AI)

Disclaimer We'd like to advise that the following program may contain real news, occasional philosophy and ideas that may offend some listeners.

Kai Ever wondered why data is not like oil?

Sandra Why horses roll in dirt?

Kai What a Chinese unicorn has to do with an old town road?

Sandra The Future, This Week is our weekly podcast where I, Sandra Peter...

Kai And I, Kai Riemer...

Sandra Sit down to rethink and unlearn trends in technology and business.

Kai We explore what success is...

Sandra Interview Nobel prize winners...

Kai Captains of industry...

Sandra Thinkers...

Kai Technologists, and movers and shakers.

Kai Join us for Season Six of...

Sandra The Future, This Week.

Kai Next week.

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