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Radio Recap: Tech + Society

According to Wikipedia, a ‘technology society’ refers to the cyclical co-dependence, co-influence, and co-production tech and society have upon one other. While it’s no surprise that technology influences society’s values, technology is influenced by our values, too. Our daily needs, comfort and ease depend on tech so the demands for newer, advanced technology keep rising. However, tech has definitely caused concerns. From damage [Read More]

Radio Recap: AI + Venture Capital + Diversity

A recent report from global boutique investment bank, Drake Star Partners, revealed that, in 2017, venture capital investments toward the American artificial intelligence and machine-learning industry reached $6 billion while global investments in AI companies grew to over $12 billion. [Read More]

Radio Recap: Gender Pay Gap in Sports

Working women earn 80% as much as their male counterparts, which is almost .81cents for every dollar men earn. But when it comes to professional athletes that number falls a lot lower. Take the U.S. women’s national soccer team, which generates [Read More]

Radio Recap: Women Helping Women

According to a recent University of Phoenix study, more than half of Americans have not worked for a company with a female CEO, but there is statistical data that shows more women succeed when there are higher up female execs. Take [Read More]

Radio Recap: Journalism in 360VR

Virtual reality is giving a never-before dreamed dimension to journalism by immersing audiences inside situations they’d otherwise be unable to experience. Instead of reading or watching 2D news, viewers can dive under melting Antarctic ice, visit the aftermath of a hurricane, or witness the [Read More]

Radio Recap: Democratizing Blockchain

When people think of blockchain some think of digital currency Bitcoin because they both seem to go hand in hand in the news. But there’s actually a lot more use cases for blockchain technology that aren’t centered around the currency space. Blockchain is a [Read More]

Radio Recap: The Comedy Biz

Tina Fey once said, “If you want to make an audience laugh, dress a man like an old lady and push him down the stairs. If you want to make comedy writers laugh, you push a real old lady down the stairs.” Strangely, evolutionary [Read More]

Radio Recap: Event Marketing 2.0

Over a century ago people promoted fairs, balls, and marriages with a good, old fashioned paper invite. Yet, once again, analog has been replaced with digital—which means if you don’t have an email address or [Read More]

Radio Recap: The Entertainment Gap

Earlier this year, Academy Award Best Actress-winner, Frances McDormand, said two words that shook up Hollywood: “Inclusion Rider.” To further highlight Hollywood’s inequality problem, two studies from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of [Read More]

Radio Recap: Science Fair—The Documentary

“Seven million compete but only one will win.” That’s the premise of Cristina Constantini and Darren Foster’s award-winning documentary, Science Fair. Science Fair follows nine children around the world on their journey to Intel’s International Science [Read More]

Radio Recap: Digital Knowledge Management

Once upon a time a business website was the centerpiece of a consumer’s digital experience. Now 73% of traffic is happening offpersonal websites. Search engines, maps, directories, voice, and chat interfaces have created a new channel [Read More]