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The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future -- especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every week; visit a16z.com for more details and to sign up for our newsletters and other content as well!
The End of the World with Josh Clark
We humans could have a bright future ahead of us that lasts billions of years. But we have to survive the next 200 years first. Join Josh Clark of Stuff You Should Know for a 10-episode deep dive that explores the future of humanity and finds dangers we have never encountered before lurking just ahead. And if we humans are alone in the universe, if we don't survive intelligent life dies out with us too. The End of the World is coming November 7.
Explore provocative ideas with the potential to radically improve the world. Vox’s Dylan Matthews tackles big questions about the most effective ways to save lives, fight global warming, and end world poverty. Dylan looks at ways that bills in Congress, actions in your everyday life, and everything in between can help bring about a more perfect future.
Big questions and provocative conclusions about technology and culture, hosted by The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson.
The Future of Living
The Future of Living podcast explores how people connect to the places they live with technology. In this series, we dive into the latest Internet of Things (IoT) and smart living technologies, trends affecting the spaces and places that make up smart cities, and new ways for managing life as more and more of the things around us get connected.
The Secret History of the Future
Change your perception of the past and you'll discover the secret history of the future. From the world's first cyber attack in 1834, to 19th century virtual reality, The Economist's Tom Standage and Slate's Seth Stevenson examine the ancient ingenuity that our modern digital technology can learn from, and expose age-old weaknesses that we are already on a course to repeat. Only by discovering what time has to offer can we really learn about ourselves.
The Future According to Now
Ground-breaking innovations hold real potential to change our lives in the foreseeable future–and not always in the ways you’d imagine. When Fidelity’s investment experts consider this potential, they look well beyond the obvious implications. “The Future According to Now” is a podcast from Atlantic Re:think, the branded content studio at The Atlantic, and Fidelity Investments. Follow along at theatlantic.com/fidelitypodcast, @atlanticrethink, or on your favorite podcast platforms. Promotional content produced by Atlantic Re:think, the branded content studio at The Atlantic for Fidelity Investments. Fidelity and Atlantic Re:think, the branded content studio at The Atlantic are independent entities.
Hence, The Future
What will our future look like - not in a century but in a mere few decades? Find out on Hence, The Future podcast!
The Future of Work Podcast
A show dedicated to exploring how the world of work is changing, why it's changing, and what you need to do to adapt. My goal is to help future proof your career and your organization by interviewing executives, business leaders, and authors to see what they are thinking and doing about the future of work. Each show will explore a topic related to the future of work such as robots and automation, collaboration, innovation, millennials, big data, leadership and management, the internet of things, organizational structures and much more! If you want to understand how the workplace is changing and what you need to do to adapt, then make sure to tune into the show!
Future Thinkers Podcast
A podcast about evolving technology, society and consciousness to create a better future for all of humanity. Hosted by Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova, with guests. We talk about future societies, conscious evolution, future technology, transhumanism, artificial intelligence, decentralization, and how we will be affected by the exponential curve of progress.
What will life look like in 2038? Twenty years from now is not the stuff of science fiction, but it still sounds like it: flying driverless cars, an internet cold war, a Chinese world order. Given the pace of change we are currently living through, the world really could look dramatically different from today. Remember, twenty years ago, social media and iPhones and the Tea Party did not exist, Barack Obama had just started dabbling in state politics, the Clinton administration was loosening up its oversight of something called derivatives, New Orleans was still dry and the World Trade Center was still standing.2038, a podcast from New York Magazine and Intelligencer, will explore 8 different visions of how we can expect to live in two decades. Each episode will feature an expert in subject areas from business to technology to politics to climate science and beyond, laying out a very particular vision of where we’ll be in twenty years—and who will then defend his or her predictions in conversation with Max Read and David Wallace-Wells.