Laura Tribe, Executive Director of OpenMedia, joins us to talk about Net Neutrality, what it is and why you should care about its role in the Internet age. Plus, we chat with Jennifer Heath from Piccolo Heath about work-life balance and what it will take to reclaim our private time. Social media superstar @Brittlestar shares why his latest health scare taught him to shut down in the age of non-stop digital. In Socially Speaking, we debate how the sharing company could potential disrupt the car rental industry.
Daniel Lamarre, the CEO of Cirque Du Soleil, joins us to talk about how they are partnering with OneDrop to give people in need access to clean water. Also, Mike Harvey joins us to talk about why the Collision Conference is leaving the Big Easy for Toronto. Plus, we talk to Dr. Harvey Karp, the developer behind SNOO Smart Sleeper, which is a responsive bassinet that boosts sleep for babies and parents. In Socially Speaking, we discuss the right to disconnect.
After the recent attack in Toronto, cybercrime expert Ryan Duquette walks us through what law enforcement are learning about the suspect online. We also talk to the makers of a hitchhiking robot, Hitchbot, about his path from the unpredictable streets to a safe museum. Michael Josh from GadgetMatch joins us with the latest smartphone from Huawei and how it could compete with today's DLSRs. In Socially Speaking, we discuss robots in the classroom and the positive role they can play.
We talk to Dr. Jordan Nguyen from Psykinetic about their revolutionary technologies that transform the lives of people living with disabilities. Also, we speak with Erin Winick, an associate editor at MIT Technology Review and the founder of Sci Chic, about the fashionable side of science, technology, and engineering. Plus, Andy Walker explains new developments in DNA sequencing and the impact it is having on health care. In Socially Speaking, we discuss the data scandals that are surrounding Facebook.
We talk to Neil Robertson from AnyVision about their partnership with smart cities using facial recognition software. Also, Sasha Mojtahedi shares how his online bartering community Bunz is taking the leap into cryptocurrency. Plus, Jereon Tas from Philips joins us to talk about using new tech to bridge the gap between consumer tech and health care. In Socially Speaking, we discuss new tools that UBER is launching to keep riders safe.
We talk to the world's youngest HoloLens developer about his navigation platform WayPointAR. We also speak with the CEO of Just Booked about how to get your own personal chef at home on a budget. Plus, Mathew Ingram of the Columbia Journalism Review joins us to break down the fight between Amazon and President Trump. In Socially Speaking, we discuss why Facebook is adding message retraction to Messenger and how this feature started out as an executive-only tool.
We talk to Mark Henderson from Ericcson Canada about how they are leading the charge with 5G, the next generation of mobile networks. Also, Jeff Kirk from Moonshot gives us a rundown of today's most important artificial intelligence applications. Plus, we talk to Markus Stripf from Spoon Guru about how to find the right food plan through machine learning. In Socially Speaking, we discuss Twitter's new way to give users the ability to share their favorite part of a livestream.
We talk to cyber crime and digital inspector Ryan Duquette about the Cambridge Analytica scandal and what it means for your future on Facebook. We also teach you how to become a mashup master with Rave, a machine learning tool for music lovers. Plus, we talk to @Brittlestar about which short-form content platform will rise above the rest in a post-Vine world. In Socially Speaking, we discuss why the posts you follow on Instagram are now in chronological order (once again!).
We talk to GadgetMatch's Michael Josh about the new Galaxy phones that Samsung launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Also, we speak with James Wyman, the co-founder of Pillo, about his company's companion robot that can help you (and your parents) better manage your health. Plus, Swob founder Alexander Florio explains how his new app makes it easier to find a casual job in today's gig economy. In Socially Speaking, we debate the ethics of brain hacking.
We talk to Amanda Cosco, founder of Electric Runway, about how technology is going to disrupt the fashion industry overseas. Also, we speak with Darrell Etherington from TechCrunch about the future of autonomous vehicles on the snowy roads of Russia. Amanda Lang, of the podcast series The AI Effect, joins us to demystify how automation is going to affect the future of work. In Socially Speaking, we discuss how Airbnb is targeting high-end travellers with a luxury service.