Future Sandwich

By Tommy McCubbin

About this podcast   English    United States

The Podcast that has a sandwich with people making the future happen today.
19 episodes · since Jan, 2016
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Future Sandwich



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March 28, 2018
We discuss the future of food with Author, Nathan Runkle, and look at how the world is slowing eating itself into extinction. And farming is in massive decline, and so Kimbal Musk is bring crops to the cities.
Feb. 19, 2018
Some of us love our cars, and some even feel something for a desk lamp. We explore the intersection of the sex and tech industries, and how close robots are coming to evoking real emotions in humans. Can we actually fall in love with robots?
Feb. 18, 2018
This episode we explore how as robots gain intelligence and empathy, can humans start falling in love with them? We talk to the leaders at the intersection of technology and sex industries, and meet the latest humanoid robots.
Jan. 13, 2018
This episode is a preview Future Sandwich Live at Pausefest in Melbourne on February 9th 2018. Get your tickets at pausefest.com.au . In anticipation, I catch up with Nic Hodges and discuss everything from how Blockchain can save the media, and how to fix Twitter's troll problem.
Dec. 1, 2017
Should we be tinkering with our DNA? It can fix fatal flaws in ourselves, but at what cost? This episode we talk with Kunal Kalro about what the consequences could be.
Nov. 27, 2017
Are we living in The Matrix? Let's get Sammartino and Hodges to debate it! With a cameos from Lisa Simpson, Elon Musk and Morpheus, we will stretch your thinking.
Aug. 27, 2017
This episode we look at the future of Cinema, and how Hollywood is adapting to the changing media landscape. One thing is for sure, the more things change in Hollywood - the more they stay the same.
June 8, 2017
Surviving Amazon by Tommy McCubbin
April 5, 2017
Recorded live at Future Assembly in Melbourne, this is the first live episode of Future Sandwich. The panel includes Author, Steve Sammartino, News Corp's Nic Hodges, and Startup Victoria's Georgia Beattie.
Nov. 17, 2016
We discuss the future of cities and whether we will continue making them more dense, or we will go bush and rely on technology to connect.
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