By StateZero Labs
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22nd Century is a fortnightly series where Charles Kerr chats to a special guest about different emerging technologies that seem far off but could potentially have big impacts for us in today’s world. Through chatting with experts in a range of industries we’ll uncover the next greatest technological marvels, debunk certain myths and discover the implications on our society and way of life over the next 100 years.
||CleanPavegen: Is smart flooring the next step in renewable energy generation?||On this episode of 22nd Century I chat to Laurence Kemball-Cook, CEO and Founder of Pavegen. Dubbed the Tesla of Smart Cities, Pavegen's pavement tile solution captures kinetic energy from peoples footsteps and converts this into electricity. By debunki||14 2 2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChirp: A new way of transporting data through sound waves||Welcome to the second episode of 22nd Century. This episode Charles heads to Shoreditch to meet with James Nesfield and Dan Jones, CEO and CTO of Chirp. In the world we live in with 4G, 5G, Wifi, NFC and Bluetooth prevalent, Chirp is following a differe||1 2 2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanGrowing Underground: The Future of Farming?||Welcome to the first ever episode of 22nd Century. A brand new series where Charles Kerr chats to a guest from a different emerging technology to debunk myths, uncover the next big thing and analyse their impact over the next 100 years. In our first pod||17 1 2019||Free||View in iTunes|
Informative, modern and interesting!
This is was super interesting, particularly as a young person learning what’s coming in the future. It’s crazy to think we could be farming underground in a few years time and sending data over sound is mad. Look forward to hearing more!
Interesting and refreshing
Really interesting to listen to! New, refreshing way of approaching questions from the tech world! Looking forward to the next one!
Tech with impact
Great to see an early stage business focussing not only on building their business, but things that matter.