The Podcast That Takes an In-Depth Look at the Impact of Technology on Culture
United States
104 episodes
since Nov. 24, 2013


In this episode we review the story The Truth of Feeling, The Truth of Fact from the collection Exhalation by Ted Chiang. The story is both a philosophical inquisition into memory and technology, and a carefully envisioned speculative take on an advanced video memory replacement software that surfaces memories using AI. We’ll be back in the next episode to review another story in this book, The Lifecycle of Software Objects. Relevant Links Exhalation on Amazon
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