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Future of Radio: Will We Still Call It Radio?

As with other forms of entertainment and information, the future of radio, is likely to be device agnostic. Continue reading

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The Future of Radio: Is It the End for Big Corporate Radio?

This could be the opportunity for a renaissance for radio. Continue reading

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Future of Radio: Is It the End for Terrestrial Radio?

Turns out that simple old AM/FM radio has a lot of things going for it. Continue reading

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(Nearly) Live at SXSW: The Future Through Entrepreneurial Goggles

Max Levchin on “Unstoppable Trends That Are Changing the World” Continue reading

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(Nearly) Live at SXSW: Searching Google for the Driverless Car

Google doesn’t know when. But they know why and are figuring out how. Continue reading

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Will Cars Fly? Or Will They Just Get Smarter?

Smart, connected, driverless cars still don’t solve the problem of massive potholes and crumbling bridges. Continue reading

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How We’ll Get From Place to Place

Technology could transform transit in the U.S., but are we willing to foot the bill? Continue reading

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Coding Our Future: Novelists Weigh In

Reviews of The Circle by Dave Eggers and Super Sad True Love Story by Gary Shteyngart Continue reading

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Coding Our Future: What Becomes of Human Judgement?

With a growing army of computers and massive stockpile of data, what kinds of decisions can computers make? Continue reading

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Coding Our Future: Can We Survive Always On?

Will more devices, more connectivity and more functionality usher in an era of distracted living? Continue reading

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