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Best Technology Ethics podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Technology Ethics podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Technology companies are locked in an arms race to seize your attention, and that race is tearing apart our shared social fabric. In this inaugural podcast from the Center for Humane Technology, hosts Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin will expose the hidden designs that have the power to hijack our attention, manipulate our choices and destabilize our real world communities. They’ll explore what it means to become sophisticated about human nature, by interviewing hypnotists, magicians, experts o ...
 
Singularity.FM is the 1st and best singularity podcast - the place where we interview the future! Singularity.FM is a series of podcast interviews with the best scientists, writers, entrepreneurs, philosophers and artists, debating the technological singularity. The podcast is a conversation about exponential tech, accelerating change, artificial intelligence and ethics: Because technology is not enough!
 
The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are dramatically changing the way businesses operate and people live. The TWIML AI Podcast brings the top minds and ideas from the world of ML and AI to a broad and influential community of ML/AI researchers, data scientists, engineers and tech-savvy business and IT leaders. Hosted by Sam Charrington, a sought after industry analyst, speaker, commentator and thought leader. Technologies covered include machine learning, artificial intelligence, de ...
 
DataTalk is a fun show featuring data science leaders from around the world. We talk about artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, data visualizations, data ethics, data philanthropy, and much more.
 
Smart People Podcast is a weekly, interview-based podcast that features todays most well respected thought leaders engaging in authentic, insightful conversation for the benefit of the listener. The host, Chris Stemp, and his co-host/producer Jon Rojas, utilize their insatiable curiosity and relatable charm to provoke their guests into giving the interview of a lifetime. Every single guest has achieved a high level of recognition within their arena and in doing so has collected a wealth of e ...
 
Presented by Causeartist, Disruptors for GOOD explores social entrepreneurs around the world who have dedicated their lives to ethical fashion, impact investing, sustainable travel, and businesses that impact the world in a positive way. The founder of Causeartist, Grant Trahant, does one-on-one interviews with some of the most creative and impactful startups and brands around the world.
 
Good Code is a weekly podcast on ethics in our digital world. We look at ways in which our increasingly digital societies could go terribly wrong, and we speak with those trying to prevent that. If you like TV shows, think of it as Black Mirror meets The Good Place: Dystopian scenarios, with a way out. Good Code is a collaboration of Cornell Tech's Digital Life Initiative and visiting journalist Chine Labbe.
 
How do lawyers function in today’s changing legal market without running afoul of the ethics rules? What must lawyers include in their social media profiles and posts? How technologically competent must a lawyer be? How secure must lawyers keep client data? Can lawyers accept credit cards or cryptocurrency? What should lawyers do if they receive a bar complaint? The business of law is constantly evolving. Staying out of trouble requires that lawyers understand the latest interpretations and ...
 
Science and technology are everywhere in our lives. This podcast takes a look not only at the science itself, but its role in society, how it affects our lives, and how it influences how we define ourselves as humans. Episodes also throw in a mix of history, ethics, philosophy, religion, and the future! Hosted by Elizabeth Fernandez, an astronomer and science communicator. Let’s spark some dialog!
 
Our culture is shaped by technology, and the people building that technology determine how it’s changing our lives. But who are they? And how do they think about their responsibility to the rest of us? From mental health to algorithmic bias, entrepreneur Anil Dash talks to developers, designers, and culture experts to understand the ways tech is changing culture, and what it means for us. Produced by Glitch and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Taking the long view on technology, religion, ethics, and art. There are plenty of podcasts that will tell you how Apple’s latest product will affect the tech landscape tomorrow, but there aren’t that many concerned with the potential impact of that tech in 2024. In a culture obsessed with now, how can we make choices with a view for tomorrow, next year, and beyond?
 
The Android Authority Podcast – discussing topics in Android every week. The Android Authority Podcast brings you all the top stories of the past seven days. Hosts Adam Doud, Jonathan Feist, and Joe Hindy give you the news, opinions, and commentary every Friday. Plus, we'll be bringing you bonus episodes with our featured stories. These episodes will take a deep dive into a single topic that needs a bit more love. From interviews with industry insiders to flagship phone releases, our feature ...
 
As Marketers – B2B, B2C, Enterprise, SMB – we can’t help being somewhat overwhelmed by just how much is going on in MarTech! Make sense of Marketing Technology & Digital Marketing headlines with the Talking Stack experts - David Raab, Anand Thaker & handpicked Guests - and host Chitra Iyer. We promise practical connections between the Big News & your life as a marketer. It’s 20 minutes of honest, educative, thought-provoking - and often entertaining - discussion about all the latest in Digit ...
 
Welcome to Fintech Beat, the intersection of finance, technology, policy and regulation. Each episode features the latest trends, movers and shakers, ideas and policies in financial technology. Host Chris Brummer, a Georgetown law professor and world-renowned fintech expert, partners with the CQ Roll Call newsroom — Washington's leader for nonpartisan legislative and regulatory analysis — to bring insights that make this a must listen for anyone interested in finance.
 
Take a deeper look into the human element in our ever changing digital world. Human Factors Cast is a podcast that investigates the sciences of psychology, engineering, biomechanics, industrial design, physiology and anthropometry and how it affects our interaction with technology. Hosted by Nick Roome, and Blake Arnsdorff.
 
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Cryonics―also known as cryopreservation or cryosuspension―is the preservation of legally dead individuals at ultra-low temperatures. Those who undergo this procedure hope that future technology will not only succeed in reviving them, but also cure them of the condition that led to their demise. In this sense, some hope that cryopreservation will al…
 
On this week’s Tech Nation, University of Pennsylvania professors Michael Kearns and Aaron Roth with their book, “The Ethical Algorithm … the science of socially aware algorithm design.” Then regular contributor Gary Davis reports in on the state of Corporate Security breaches, and Tech Nation Health Chief Correspondent Dr. Daniel Kraft talks about…
 
Technology journalist and Wired editor-at-large Steven Levy talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about his latest book, Facebook: The Inside Story, for which he obtained years of direct access to CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg. Levy discusses how he got that access, how Zuckerberg has changed (or hasn't) over time, and whether he, Sandberg…
 
Water banking involves the deliberate injection of surplus water into known aquifers. The idea is to repurpose the world’s many artesian basins as giant sustainable storage tanks - ones that can readily be drawn upon in times of drought.It’s just one of the ideas we explore in the second instalment of our two-part series on water conflict and manag…
 
Cody Barbo is the co-founder of Trust and Will. Cody brings a heartfelt discussion to the podcast about hard lessons learned through difficult early startup experiences that shaped how he build Trust and Will. The conversation includes a broad set of lessons for every startup founder that shows how to set yourself up for success and building a succ…
 
Amy Shira Teitel talks about Apollo and the community of people who are deeply attached to space history. Teitel is a spaceflight historian and the creator of the YouTube Channel, Vintage Space. She is also the author of Breaking the Chains of Gravity: The Story of Spaceflight Before NASA (Bloomsbury, 2016) and Apollo Pilot: The Memory of Astronaut…
 
Authors Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler talk with Recode's Kara Swisher about their latest book together, The Future Is Faster Than You Think: How Converging Technologies Are Disrupting Business, Industries, and Our Lives. They explain why the future is getting harder to predict and how "exponential technologies" — including robotics, AI, biotech…
 
Today is February 20th, 2020 and it's an all new Human Factors Cast hosted by Nick Roome with Blake Arnsdorff.CSULB Human Factors Conference: http://www.cla.csulb.edu/departments/psychology/event/15th-annual-human-factors-and-ergonomics-society-student-conference/BanterMonitorsAcer 27-inch Curved WQHD (2560 x 1440) Monitor https://amzn.to/3bRxvi5Ac…
 
Agile and Scrum and Kanban, oh my! What if we take the techniques we've learned from years of project management and apply that to our homes and families? Scott talks with Agile Parent and Home Systems Strategist Yvonne Marcus about how she brought Agile home. https://www.yvonnemarcus.com/By Scott Hanselman
 
Andrew Ng is one of the most impactful educators, researchers, innovators, and leaders in artificial intelligence and technology space in general. He co-founded Coursera and Google Brain, launched deeplearning.ai, Landing.ai, and the AI fund, and was the Chief Scientist at Baidu. As a Stanford professor, and with Coursera and deeplearning.ai, he ha…
 
In episode 42 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Marc Angelo Coppola, founder of Valhalla Farms on buying 60 acres of farmland to turn into a modern oasis of sustainable education and community. Marc dedicated to having an impact. Defining success in unconventional measures he has earned a living by applying the skills of entrepreneur…
 
Lawyerist Lab member Tyler Inkster discusses targeting the right clients, leveraging the most powerful referral sources, niching down, and the value of content marketing with Stephanie Everett. For more information about marketing strategy, read our resource page on legal marketing. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Sma…
 
It’s easy to assume that things naturally improve. After all, in our lifetimes technology has advanced, life expectancies have risen, and standards of living have improved. Yet in historical terms, progress is a relatively new phenomenon, only invented a few centuries ago. And the danger is that if we take the idea of progress for granted, we might…
 
“People want diversity to happen organically, but sometimes you have to be intentional on the way to organic.” Patrick Chappell Growing up Black in the South, Patrick Chappell attended both predominantly Black and White churches and often felt like an outsider in each. But his pain led him to his purpose: creating grace-filled spaces for diverse re…
 
The State of Indiana denies one million applications for healthcare, foodstamps and cash benefits in three years―because a new computer system interprets any mistake as “failure to cooperate.” In Los Angeles, an algorithm calculates the comparative vulnerability of tens of thousands of homeless people in order to prioritize them for an inadequate p…
 
The State of Indiana denies one million applications for healthcare, foodstamps and cash benefits in three years―because a new computer system interprets any mistake as “failure to cooperate.” In Los Angeles, an algorithm calculates the comparative vulnerability of tens of thousands of homeless people in order to prioritize them for an inadequate p…
 
EP 112: In this week’s #DataTalk, we chat with Ted Way, PhD about his work on machine learning projects and ways he successfully manages his teams at Microsoft. Ted Way is a senior program manager on the AI and Advanced Architectures team at Microsoft. He holds MS degrees in electrical engineering (signal processing) and biomedical engineering, and…
 
Today’s interview is with Dr. Abraham Morgentaler, an internationally known pioneer in men’s sexuality and the founder of the first comprehensive center in the U.S. specializing in men’s health. Abe’s research has upended longstanding concepts regarding testosterone therapy, prostrate cancer and male sexuality. He is particularly credited with rese…
 
Today we’re joined by Kamran Khan, founder & CEO of BlueDot, and professor of medicine and public health at the University of Toronto. BlueDot, a digital health company with a focus on surveilling global infectious disease outbreaks, has been the recipient of a lot of attention for being the first to publicly warn about the coronavirus that started…
 
Should we even keep reading this book—with its criticisms of books? Show Notes We dig into our disagreements with and appreciations of Plato’s Phaedrus! Other things mentioned on the show: C. S. Lewis’ Introduction to Athanasius’ On the Incarnation Marshall McLuhan Ellul and Mumford 2.02: Basketballs ≠ Pumpkins Chat apps Slack and Twist Next month’…
 
This week we talk about making sensible martech stack decisions in the giant martech candy store; what makes the ‘D2C approach’ work, findings from 3 new marketing surveys; and David Raab’s expert commentary on 3 news items from the identity resolution space.Section1: talking martech with Pat Maigler, Sr. Manager Marketing Strategy and Operations a…
 
Caleb Scharf, the director of Astrobiology at Columbia University, talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about the under=discussed dangers humans would face in space and the rise of private space exploration, as championed by billionaires such as Elon Musk and Richard Branson. Scharf wrote a piece for Scientific American earlier this year, "Death on Mar…
 
Patrick Neve is a Catholic theologian and podcast host. He comes on to discuss the topics I'm covering in season 2 related to the Reformation, the State, etc. from a Catholic perspective. This is part 1 where we introduce some aspects of Catholic theology, their view of the Reformation, some misunderstandings in historiography, some modern politica…
 
Decentralized finance (DeFi) is continuing on its remarkable path to the broad adoption of permissionless financial services. While many people celebrated passing $1 billion locked in DeFi products at the start of February 2020, only a week later, an additional $200 million had entered the ecosystem. DeFi products thus far have proven useful to ear…
 
Last October, Facebook announced that it would not fact-check political ads. And that decision angered a lot of people: outside, but also inside the company. To talk about Facebook's policy, and the potential risks of such a decision ahead of the 2020 presidential election, we sit down with Yaël Eisenstat. She's a former CIA officer and national se…
 
We have made it to 100 episodes, which is so exciting! Megan is so grateful to her listeners, guests, and production team. Many lawyers have misconceptions about the attorney discipline process. On this special episode, Megan dispels three big myths: 1. Attorneys can only suffer attorney discipline for lawyer conduct. 2. The attorney discipline pro…
 
Working in the hyper-collaborative but dispersed way we tend to as developers, we know it important to track progress both for ourselves and for our teams. There are many ways to do this. We can either make use of physical boards or virtual ones, of which Informative Workspaces are XP’s newest iteration. The idea of these boards and workspaces is t…
 
Financial inclusion is the holy grail of fintech—though what it is, and how it’s delivered, differs dramatically depending on where in the world one lives. Fintech Beat sits down with Citi’s Head of Global Banks Research to talk about why—and how the US measures up when compared to the likes of India, China, Kenya and Nigeria. Learn more about your…
 
Jumana Abu-Ghazaleh, founder of Pivot for Humanity, on encouraging Big Tech engineers to adopt more ethical practices. Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - "Mark's intro" - "Interview with Jumana Abu-Ghazaleh" - "Your comments" The Hood Internet - "1979, by Steve Reidell"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/91456…
 
Today we’re joined by Emmanuel Ameisen, machine learning engineer at Stripe, and author of the recently published book “Building Machine Learning Powered Applications; Going from Idea to Product.” In our conversation, we discuss structuring end-to-end machine learning projects, debugging and explainability in the context of models, the various type…
 
Scott Aaronson is a professor at UT Austin, director of its Quantum Information Center, and previously a professor at MIT. His research interests center around the capabilities and limits of quantum computers and computational complexity theory more generally. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to ge…
 
James W. Clement is a longevity researcher who was the 12th person on the planet to have his DNA sequenced. In 2010 James launched his Supercentenarian Research Study, which he started in 2010 with Professor George M. Church of Harvard Medical School. Since then Clement has read 20,000 medical research papers on longevity and has […]…
 
Corey Johnson, the Speaker of the New York City Council and an candidate in the 2021 mayoral race, talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about his planned expansion of bike, bus, and pedestrian lanes across the city, which will come at the expense of street parking; how NYC has evolved over time, sometimes in spite of popular opinion; and the regulatory…
 
On this week’s Tech Nation, the 1998 Tech Nation interview with the late Jim Lehrer, longtime news anchor of the PBS Newshour, about “The tensest, most anxiety ridden experience” he “ever had interviewing anybody about anything”. Then on BioTech Nation, the need for early detection of cancer. Cancer UK’s Dr. Wendy Alderton and Dr. Mike Fisher from …
 
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