A technology podcast from WIRED Brand Lab, Nokia and Matt Mira
#maketechhuman is a new podcast hosted by The Nerdist’s Matt Mira, presented by WIRED Brand Lab and enabled by Nokia, to explore where technology is heading and how it is impacting humanity. Our goal is to host a series of discussions and debates that will impact global discourse, human behavior and even product development and policy making. Over the next few months, we’ll be exploring a number of core #maketechhuman issues, such as Artificial Intelligence, Privacy + Security, Connectivity, and Equity. You won’t want to miss a single episode. Participants in the #maketechhuman program include Dan Ariely, Yves Behar, Rodney Brooks, Stephen Hawking, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Monica Lewinsky, Fei-Fei Li, Sugata Mitra and Hossein Moiin. For more, check out wired.com/maketechhuman.
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