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Dispatches From The Future is a podcast about technology and humanity for the builders, dreamers, and doers who aspire to help the world thrive.
Go deep on the future of technology and humanity with TechCrunch's resident futurist.
Interviews with entrepreneurs, technologists, and sci-fi authors whose efforts will help build a prosperous world.
We'll explore what it will take to transcend our weaknesses and ensure humanity prevails.
Let's create a future of abundance, self-determination, and peace...instead of scarcity, totalitarianism, and war.
Walk along the edges of "neurotech" and hear about the technologies that will someday wire our minds directly to each other and the world wide web.
Robots are already automating ever-more sophisticated tasks and jobs. Will this lead to a future of mass unemployment, abundance, or both?
Virtual reality will change the way we entertain ourselves, educate our children, and empathize with people we’ve never met. Augmented reality will change the way we experience the physical world. Both will blow our minds.
Today, bioengineers are cooking up completely new organisms with hand-coded DNA. Tomorrow, these organisms will change the ways we eat, fight diseases, and understand ourselves.
In the near future, we will develop the capability to alter our minds, bodies, and maybe even our souls. We’ll explore what it means to be human when we start to play god.
Prometheus-award winning author of the Nexus trilogy
Expert on self-driving cars, entrepreneur, and artist
Professional futurist and author of sci-fi novel, vN
Author of Nonzero and The Moral Animal
Launching in early 2017, Dispatches From The Future will bring you weekly stories and insights into the amazing things happening right now that will have significant impact 5, 10, and 20 years down the line. The target listeners are the dreamers, builders, thinkers, and doers who aspire to ensure humanity prevails and thrives. Does this sound like you?