The Future of X
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The new and the next is in OZY’s DNA. In The Future of X, OZY fast-forwards 50 years to explore the industries and domains that will shape our world, and some of the dreamers doing the shaping. First up from our host, Carlos Watson? Health care in 2069.
||CleanThe Future of Mental Health: Control-Alt-Delete Depression||In this episode we start in 2069 — when we just might be able to delete mental illness from our brains — and work back to the present. On the way, we learn about “neurodiversity” and how conditions like hypomania could come to be valued, and...||3/18/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Future of Doctors: Digital Tattoos and Cut-Price Care||The U.S. is home to 18 million health care workers. But how will our relationship with them change, and how will care, like online shopping, come to us? In this episode we explore operating rooms on flatbed trucks, transhumanism and how we'll pay for...||3/11/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Future of Illness: When Loneliness Replaces Cancer||Welcome to the year 2069. The good news? Cancer has become a mere inconvenience. The bad? It’s been replaced by an epidemic that's far more sinister, spawning solo karaoke booths and one-person restaurant tables. In the first episode of The Future...||3/4/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Future of X: Health||Scrubs: check. Scalpel: check. VR headset and emotional well-being monitor: check, check. Technology is having an increasing impact in the operating theater and beyond. Yet, as experts reveal in The Future of X: Health, patient treatment in 50 years'...||3/1/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
It’s not for the dumb!
Fast-paced and smart. You’ll need to pay close attention to get all the facts but you’ll be glad you did. So interesting!
Love the unusual slants on something we think about every day!
Manages to be smart (experts who genuinely know what they're talking about) but also super-futuristic and quite off-the-wall. I was hooked from idea of loneliness being like 15 cigarettes a day!