Winning Slowly

There are plenty of podcasts that will tell you how the latest tech gadget or “innovation” will affect the tech landscape tomorrow, but there aren’t that many concerned with the potential impact of that tech in a decade—much less a century. In a culture obsessed with now, how can we make choices with a view for tomorrow, next year, and beyond? 25–35-minute episodes released the first and third Wednesdays of the month.

http://winningslowly.org/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 31m. Bisher sind 146 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
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episode 5: 6.05: Crispr


Setting limits on how far we modify ourselves


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 2018-05-15  34m
 
 

episode 6: 6.06: A Kind of Blindness


Smart cities, “big data”, and the meaninglessness of mere information.


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 2018-05-16  31m
 
 

episode 7: 6.07: People Do Reject Technologies, Part 1


Google Glass, snap judgments, and how we form ourselves to make those snap judgments well.


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 2018-06-14  30m
 
 

episode 8: People Do Reject Technologies, Part 2


Nuclear weapons, nuclear waste, and how to argue well with intractable disagreements.


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 2018-06-22  36m
 
 

episode 9: 6.09: Granular Levels of Tomato Tracking


Blockchain, the necessity of regulation, and the regulatory challenges posed by truly global technologies.


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 2018-07-08  34m
 
 

episode 10: 6.10: The Future of Something Like Work


The end of work, post-work, universal basic income—and a more hopeful frame than these.


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 2018-07-20  32m
 
 

episode 11: 6.11: Very Thoughtful Ethics Dogs


Reflecting on the limits of AI, and the limits we should put on AI.


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 2018-08-31  37m
 
 

episode 12: 6.12: Beer Rules


Regulation as neither bogeyman nor panacea, but a way of protecting out the right spaces for genuine competition to emerge.


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 2018-11-08  40m
 
 

episode 13: A Four-in-One Special


Wrapping up Season 6 by covering the topics we intended to cover before Chris’ experience with burnout broke everything.


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 2019-01-01  37m