Category: General Interests

Ep. 124: How can companies stay innovative? | Alex Goryachev

Alex Goryachev is the former managing director of Cisco’s global Co-Innovation Center, where he spearheaded programs and initiatives to accelerate innovation, and he is often referred to as the ‘innovation therapist’.

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Ep. 119: Complex systems, futurism, and beaming power down from space. | Roger Spitz

Roger Spitz is President of Techistential (Climate & Foresight Strategy) and Chairman of the Disruptive Futures Institute. He has given over 100 keynote talks globally, is a frequent contributor across leading media, and has delivered guest lectures at many of the world’s most prestigious academic institutions.

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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. 110: Bitcoin and climate change | Margot Paez

Margot Paez is a physicst and climate scientist who is currently finishing up a PhD at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her interests and professional work lie at the intersection of economics, cryptocurrency, and energy.

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Ep. 109: Don't be a feminist. | Bryan Caplan

Bryan Caplan is Professor of Economics at George Mason University and a New York Times Bestselling author. He's written many books, and today he is joining us to talk about his latest book, "Don't Be a Feminist".

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