FUTURATI PODCAST

Join renowned visionary Thomas Frey and Trent Fowler as they explore artificial intelligence, cryptocurrencies, space exploration, quantum computing, biotechnology, and a variety of other topics of interest to futurists.

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Ep. 97: Could bitcoin mining fix climate change...
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Ep. 96: How will bitcoin change the world? | Ja...
55 min
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Ep. 95: Pandemics, population decline, and the ...
60 min
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Ep. 94: fiction, flow, and imagining the imposs...
65 min
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Ep. 93: NFTs and the art of the future. | Micha...
64 min
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Ep. 92: The psychology of ambition, achievement...
61 min
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Ep. 91: Building cities on the high seas. | Pat...
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Ep. 90: Can we build an immortal human society?...
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Ep. 89: Bitcoin is crucial to U.S. national sec...
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Ep. 88: We need to scale the blockchain. Here's...
60 min
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Ep. 87: What's the blockchain good for? [2022] ...
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Ep. 86: Space exploration (and why it matters) ...
56 min
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Ep. 85: Is Monero better than Bitcoin? Nam Sard...
71 min
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Ep. 84: Russia, cybercrime, and the future of w...
54 min
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Ep. 83: Science, business, and the coming revol...
57 min
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Ep. 82: Will bitcoin become a global reserve cu...
57 min
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Ep. 81: Nathan Young on forecasting, prediction...
50 min
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Ep. 80: George Selgin on monetary economics and...
79 min
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Ep. 79: John Spencer on the future of space tou...
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Ep. 78: Elaine Pofeldt on building a very small...
61 min
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Ep. 77: Velina Tchakarova on geopolitics, energ...
63 min
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Ep. 76: Samo Burja on Russia, Ukraine, and the ...
61 min
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Ep. 75: Michael Cushman on materials science, s...
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Ep. 74: Lyn Alden on inflation, investing, and ...
60 min
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Ep. 73: Trent Fowler explains how the blockchai...
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Ep. 72: Jeffrey Booth on deflation, blockchain,...
60 min
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Ep. 71: Vance Crowe on culture, narrative engin...
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Ep. 70: Kerry Vaughan on the history of science...
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Ep. 69: Ben Landau-Taylor on social technology,...
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Ep. 68: Teresa Grobecker on the intersection of...
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Ep. 67: Gary Bolles and the future of work
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Ep. 66: Danica Remy on protecting the Earth fro...
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Ep. 65: Brad Templeton on the Metaverse, VR app...
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Ep. 64: Max Galka on building a universal searc...
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Ep. 63: Radhika Iyengar-Emens on enterprise blo...
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Ep. 62: Thomas Frey and Trent Fowler on the Gre...
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Ep. 61: Peter McCormack on the present and futu...
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Ep. 60: NFTs, quantitative finance, and liquidi...
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Ep. 59: Market design, entrepreneurship, and in...
59 min
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Ep. 58: Dark matter, deep learning, and astroph...
54 min
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Ep 57: Victoria Ransom on entrepreneurship and ...
60 min
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Ep. 56: Joel Comm on blockchain, NFTs, and cryp...
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Ep. 55: Seth Levine on cryptocurrencies and the...
57 min
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Ep. 54: Visakan Veerasamy on golden ages, netwo...
68 min
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Ep. 53: Mauro F. Guillén on the world in 2030.
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Ep. 52: Bob Coecke and Konstantinos Meichanetzi...
59 min
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Ep. 51: Tim Errington on reproducibility and th...
60 min
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Ep. 50: Velina Tchakarova on geopolitics and th...
75 min
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Ep. 49: Joel Chan on metascience, creativity, a...
60 min
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Ep. 48: Geoff Anders on knowledge and its role ...
68 min
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Ep. 47: Dr. Peter Langland-Hassan on imaginatio...
67 min
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Ep. 46: Shermon Cruz on gamification, engaged f...
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Ep. 45: Scott Young on ultralearning, brain-com...
59 min
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Ep. 44: Zanele Njapha on the importance of lear...
60 min
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Ep. 43: Gary Wolf on the Quantified Self movement.
58 min
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Ep. 42: Philip Rosedale on Second Life, virtual...
68 min
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Ep. 41: Complexity science and its applications...
68 min
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Ep. 40: Quantum computing and bringing revoluti...
57 min
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Ep. 39: Ruben Harris on Career Karma, coding bo...
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Ep. 38: Kurtis Lockhart on charter cities and t...
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Ep. 36: Jules Polonetsky on privacy and its fut...
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Ep. 35: Mark Ryan on deep learning with tabular...
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Ep. 34: Marshall Brain on entrepreneurship and ...
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Ep. 33: Dave Taylor on the importance of storyt...
57 min
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Ep. 32: Elaine Pofeldt on million-dollar one-pe...
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Ep. 31: Brad Templeton on autonomous vehicles, ...
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Ep. 30: Andreas Schleicher on educational polic...
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Ep. 29: Jason Crawford on the philosophy and ro...
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Ep. 28: Thomas Frey and Trent Fowler on SPACs
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Ep. 27: Steven Kotler on the science of peak hu...
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Ep. 26: Thomas Moynihan on the past and future ...
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Ep. 25: Frederick Turner on complexity, time, a...
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Ep. 24: Woody Wade, scenario planning expert,ta...
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Ep. 23: Jungwon Byun, Andreas Stuhlmüller, and ...
61 min
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Ep 22: Logan Thrasher Collins talks to us about...
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Ep. 21: Peter Leyden on predicting the future a...
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Ep. 20: Luca Dellanna on antifragility, ergodic...
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Ep. 19: Karl Dakin on small business fundraisin...
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Ep. 18: Dr. Erik Istre discusses his research o...
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Ep. 17: Kai Faust on the promise and peril of s...
Kai Faust is the CEO and Founder of Infopop, where he builds products that increase access to spatial information. Their first product helps retail customers find products using their mobile phones. He and his team are also building indoor maps which the...
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Ep. 16: Roman Yampolskiy on AI safety.
Dr. Roman V. Yampolskiy is a Tenured Associate Professor in the department ofComputer Science and Engineering at the University of Louisville. He is the foundingand current director of the Cyber Security Lab and an author of many books including"Artific...
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Ep. 15: Kristin Lindquist on rationality and de...
Kristin is a multi-disciplinary geek and fifteen year startup veteran. She is particularly interested in the intersection of epistemology, neuroscience, and nonviolence, and for the last five years has been working on her startup Rationally--what began a...
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Ep. 14: Kristinn R Thórisson on building an art...
Dr. Kristinn R. Thórisson is Full Research Professor of Computer Science at Reykjavik University and Managing Director of the Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines. His work in applied AI for the past 30 years has included diverse projects at LEGO...
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Ep. 13: Steve Meyer on entrepreneurship and bui...
Steve is the founder of Main Street Pedicabs, one of the most successful pedicab ventures in the world. In this conversation he joins Thomas and Trent to discuss his journey in business, urban planning, and the way communities evolve in response to chang...
56 min
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Ep 12: Michał Stęchły on building software for ...
Michał is a Polish software engineer working on Zapata's quantum computing platform. His main interest is in so-called “variational quantum algorithms” – hybrid classical-quantum algorithms that will potentially be useful for near-term quantum computers....
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Ep 11: Olusola Amusan on the impact of autonomo...
Olu Amusan is an Artificial Intelligence Evangelist, an UNLEASH Alumnus, HIVE Global Leader, the Author of "A-Z of AI Consulting", and a global shaper of the World Economic Forum. He is the CEO of Coven Works, an AI Education and Consulting firm based in...
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Ep. 10: Nell Watson on cosmology, quantum compu...
Eleanor ‘Nell’ Watson is a researcher in emerging technologies who helped to pioneer Machine Vision techniques through her company QuantaCorp, which enables fast and accurate body measurement from just two photos.Nell serves as Chair & Vice-Chair respect...
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Ep 9: Galen Wolfe-Pauly wants to build a more h...
Many of us (including your hosts) spend huge amounts of time on the internet. It is responsible for launching whole new industries, new ways of connecting, and a steady progression of digital-first empires. It may surprise you to learn that there are p...
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Ep 8: Mark Jackson talks about quantum computin...
This conversation caused all of us to substantially revise our opinions about the viability of near-future commercial uses of quantum computing, and we hope you find it as thought provoking as we did. Dr. Mark Jackson is the Scientific Lead at Cambridge ...
68 min
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Ep 7: Neuroscientist Colin Hoy fills us in on t...
Colin Hoy is a Ph.D. candidate in neuroscience at UC Berkeley studying decision making, reward learning, and emotion. Prior to his Ph.D., Colin worked at the National Institute of Mental Health developing “mind reading” techniques to decode ongoing cogni...
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Ep 6: Renowned science fiction author David Bri...
Among fans of this show David Brin surely needs no introduction. He is an astronomer, the author of dozens of highly-acclaimed works of science fiction such as the Uplift series, and an in-demand speaker on topics ranging from governance to the Fermi Par...
69 min
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Ep 5: Jarred Bultema on machine learning and au...
Jarred is an interdisciplinary scientist combining modern Data Science techniques with research expertise in the fields of Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology, Pharmacology, and Immunology. He spoke with us about his work at DataRobot, a company loo...
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Ep 4: Scientist and author Brian Enke talks abo...
Brian Enke is a Senior Space Research Analyst at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado. For nearly 20 years, he has worked on space-related research projects that have touched every planet (and former planet) in the solar system, as well ...
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Ep 3: Design expert Brian Baker on the present ...
Brian Baker is a leading Technology Product Designer of the 21st century. His designs are found across the world in enterprise software, ecommerce, apps, connected devices, mobile phones, televisions and even kitchen appliances. Mr. Baker is a recipient ...
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Ep 2: Researcher David Jilk on artificial intel...
Artificial intelligence is undeniably one of the major technologies that will impact the future. Join Thomas Frey, Trent Fowler, and AI researcher David Jilk as they discuss the promise and the perils of this fascinating field. To contact Futurist Thoma...
43 min
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Ep 1: Transportation pioneer Daryl Oster on Eva...
Daryl Oster wants to use trains inside of vacuum tubes -- what Elon Musk has called the Fifth Mode of Transportation -- to remake logistics, travel, and possibly space exploration. To contact Futurist Thomas Frey, please use any of the following method...
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