WSJ’s The Future of Everything
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What will the future look like? The Future of Everything offers a kaleidoscope view of the nascent trends that will shape our world. In every episode, join our award-winning team on a new journey of discovery. We’ll take you beyond what’s already out there, and make you smarter about the scientific and technological breakthroughs on the horizon that could transform our lives for the better.
The ‘Mini Brains’ solving medical mysteries and raising concerns
Why the Future of Mental Health Care Could Be in Your Gut
How Football Tech May Change the Game for Head Injuries
Algorithms Are Everywhere. How You Can Take Back Control
Navigating The Future of Maps
Siddhartha Mukherjee on the Future of Cellular Medicine
Are Personal Pigs The Future of Human Medicine?
Why Sound Could be Key to the Future of Coral Reefs
AI, Art and the Future of Looking at a Painting
How Gene-Edited Crops Could be the Future of Feeding the World
Making “Organic Architecture” Truly Organic
Fertility and the Future of Health
I appreciate the points made here about the loan system that is creating this debt but I feel we are missing the root cause....the price of college. Until universities are held accountable for their fees, finding ways to give them more money (aka the government taking on more debt to fund college tuition) isn't solving the problem. We should be examining the details of why colleges feel they can charge what they do? Has our loan system caused it? How about their ballooning administration's and campus build outs?
A bit short-sighted re:AI. 😔
what is the song played at the end called?
one of these women sounds like she's on a treadmill while she's talking. Out of breath and all hyped up
Angie is a horrible and narrow minded person. Why would I do that? To avoid cruelty and murder of a sentient creature, and to help combat climate change Maybe?
informative easy 2 understand cast..
Can these technologies be implemented into police uniforms ? To protect law enforcement from making mistakes?
Unsubscribing. Ridiculously shallow and biased, no moral concerns at all about using sentient beings as vessels for human spare parts. They are not your slaves, they are individuals! What makes you think your life is worth more than theirs? At least some debate could have been carried around the bioethical side of the matter. Instead, they presented it as a marvel, above any questions. I couldn't expect more from WSJ, which gladly cheers behind ruthless and exploitative capitalism, what's left for "inferior beings", right? Long live the all Christian and compassionate american way of life!
Nothing works. This channel is broken.
I usually enjoy this podcast, but haven't found this episode or the last few very engaging.
not able to play anything on your channel, WSJ. Fix your shit.
where has this episode gone?
Just use QR codes and problem is solved for retailers. No need to POS devices. The US needs to get with it
NONE of these episodes are downloading. I've been trying for several weeks. I'm on Android, using the Castbox app. No problems with any other podcasts -- just this one.
Repeat episode. Love the channel, but the new episodes have been released way too SLOW.
i dont like these kind of stories! No injuries 4 u.s. solders! we have the CAP. to wipeout all of bad people without losing troops!