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Ep. 118: Could this be the next big application for drones? | Alex Bäcker

Alex Bäcker is a serial entrepreneur and the founder of Drisit, the world’s first remote drone control and global vision platform. Introducing the shared economy to the drone industry, Drisit multiplies the value of every drone, making it available to anyone anywhere in the world and allowing you to monetize your drone fleet.

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Ep. 114: Scaling Synthesis and tools for thought | Rob Haisfield

Rob Haisfield is a behavioral strategist and gamification designer who rose to prominence with his popular 'Roam tours' video series. Today, he thinks about issues in knowledge management, interface design, and collaborative synthesis.

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Ep. 113: What's the state of artificial intelligence (and should we be afraid?) | Steve Kommrusch

Before receiving his PhD in 2022, Steve Kommrusch earned over 30 patents in the field of computer hardware design working on silicon chips for computer graphics, high-performance compute, and power-efficient CPUs at Hewlett-Packard and AMD. Steve’s PhD work focused on using sequence-to-sequence models for machine learning applied to computer-aided programming.

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Ep. 112: The future of leadership | Jacob Morgan

Jacob Morgan is a trained futurist and one of the world’s leading authorities on leadership, the future of work, and employee experience.
He discusses us to talk about how organizations, work, and management are changing.

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Ep. 111: Human-to-human interfaces and collective intelligence | Malcolm Ocean

Malcolm Ocean is a software engineer and researcher famous for having built the productivity tool Complice. Today, he thinks about how to revolutionize interpersonal communication.

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Ep. 78: Elaine Pofeldt on building a very small, very profitable business

Elaine Pofeldt is an independent journalist and speaker specializing in careers and entrepreneurship. In 2018 she published a well-received book called "The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business", and today she's joining us to discuss her newest book "Tiny Business, Big Money".

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Ep. 72: Jeffrey Booth on deflation, blockchain, and progress.

Jeff Booth is a visionary leader who has lived at the forefront of technology change for 20 years. In January 2020, Jeff released his first book titled “The Price of Tomorrow – Why Deflation is Key to an Abundant Future”, in which he offers his provocative thesis about the current state of our economies and what must happen to enable a brighter future.

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Ep. 71: Vance Crowe on culture, narrative engineering, and the future of social media.

Vance Crowe is the CEO of Articulate Ventures, a strategic communications company in Saint Louis, Missouri and is a non-resident fellow at the Center for Conflict and Peace Studies at the Seton Hall School of Diplomacy.

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Ep. 67: Gary Bolles and the future of work

Gary Bolles is Chair for the Future of Work at Singularity University, the author of "The Next Rules of Work", and an expert in how jobs, teams, and organizations will evolve in the years ahead.

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