Roboism is a show mostly about robots. We are exploring how artificial intelligence, machine learning, and digital assistants are affecting our culture. Come explore the humanity behind the bots that are quickly becoming a part of every day life. Hosted by Kathy Campbell and Alex Cox.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 38m. Bisher sind 48 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 9 hours 14 minutes


episode 48: Something Something Sherlock Joke

Alex and Kathy explore the media circus around Elizabeth Holmes, Theranos, and black turtlenecks.


 2021-09-22  1h1m

episode 47: A Forklift That Can't Outrun Humans

Alex and Kathy watch in horror as exploitative capitalism is used to soothe a man's ego with an expensive mannequin.


 2021-09-08  56m

episode 46: Bipples

Kathy is building a VERY big smart robot, and Alex wants to help.


 2021-08-25  58m

episode 45: The Bathroom is Australian

A guest co-host comes to assess the smart home situation in the Cox family apartment.


 2021-08-12  32m

episode 44: Woeboism

Alex flip flops on their opinion of therapy robots at least three times, and Kathy eloquently explains why the human brain is great, so it's important to take care of.


 2021-07-27  57m

episode 43: Beautiful Boston Bots

This week, Kathy takes Alex through a roller coaster of emotions involving an uncanny valley, dancing k-pop sensations, car company acquisitions, McDonald's marketing, and of course: economic -isms.


 2021-07-14  40m

episode 42: It's a Cesshole

Kathy brings a surprise bot topic to Alex, and soon they're down the rabbit hole of 3 sided shapes.


 2021-06-22  53m

episode 41: DubDubKay

Alex and Kathy give you the hard hitting, day old, exciting things about the WWDC Keynote.


 2021-06-09  50m

episode 40: We Both Need to Shower

This week, Alex and Kathy almost have something positive to say about social networks.


 2021-05-24  1h0m

episode 39: Plains, Trains, and Croissants

This week, Kathy found a bread robot that learned more than its creators intended, and Alex brings good news about bots from the recent past.


 2021-05-12  47m