The Human and The Machine
By Editorial Intelligence
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How will technology affect us? Yes, we’ve been here before, the Industrial Revolution caused all kinds of social upheaval, good and bad. But can we compare that to where we are now? This era of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is transforming all we know and the risk is that the human becomes outsourced. Julia Hobsbawm and Georgina Godwin discuss issues that affect both humans and machines with key thinkers of the day.
||CleanTech Values||Tech Values Julia Hobsbawm kicks off Series 2 of The Human and Machine with a look at how we value tech itself in society. Includes interviews with Hannah Kuchler, Technology Correspondent, Financial Times; Aron Ain, CEO of Kronos Incorporated and autho||5 3 2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCulture, Community and Technology||Culture, community and tech – where the lines blur Julia Hobsbawm and Georgina Godwin are joined this week by Baroness Martha Lane Fox, Founder and Executive Chair of Doteveryone; Professor Jeremy Bailenson, Founding Director, Stanford University V||6 8 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHealth||Health and technology in the modern world Julia Hobsbawm is joined this week by Jessica Morris, Founder & Chair of Our Brain Bank and Dr Natalie Banner, the ‘Understanding Patient Data’ Lead at the Wellcome Trust. They talk technology, he||26 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMIT Special||MIT Special: How essential is the internet? What’s going to change? Georgina Godwin and Julia Hobsbawm speak with; Professor Sandy Pentland – Director of Connection Science & Human Dynamics Labs, MIT; Professor César Hidalgo – Direc||18 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe World of Work||The robots are coming… Are humans going to be usurped by machines in the world of work? Georgina Godwin and Julia Hobsbawm speak with; Herminia Ibarra – the Charles Handy Professor of Organizational Behavior at the London Business School; Dan||29 3 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Generational Divide||How does each generation manage their technologies? And in what ways does the tech manage us? Are the millennials and generation Z completely different to baby-boomers and generation Xers in the way we approach tech? Georgina Godwin and Julia Hobsbawm s||12 3 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanScience fiction gets real and ‘the humble app’||Science fiction plus the value of the ‘humble app’ Julia Hobsbawm and Georgina Godwin discuss how science fiction contributes to the age of the human and the machine. What is probable, what is improbable and what is impossible? They also look||27 2 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanArtificial Intelligence – will it enslave or set us free?||Artificial Intelligence with Geoff Mulgan – Episode One Co-presenters Julia Hobsbawm and Georgina Godwin talk to Geoff Mulgan, the Chief Executive of Nesta, and author of Big Mind. A panel comprised of Tom Adeyoola CEO and Founder of Metail, Carl M||13 2 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
The robots are already here!
Really interesting series! Enjoyed the conversations and diversity of the interviewees. I hope there are more in the pipeline. Feels like there’s a lot of potential to dig deeper into human, tech, AI interaction as we storm closer to the 2020’s.
Important, informed discussion
A high quality, expertly produced podcast. I thoroughly enjoy having my grey matter tickled by the enlightening conversations and intelligent contributors. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to dive a little deeper past the headlines in Tech.
Really strong assembly of thinkers and discussion topics.