Josh Golin on Marketing to Kids

Josh Golin, Director of Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, fights a corporate culture of consumerism and surveillance that has ensnared our kids.

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Josh Golin on Marketing to Kids
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Jonathan Taplin on Internet Aggregators

Jonathan Taplin, former music and film maven, tells what the new rentier economy of Internet aggregators has done to the arts, journalism, and democracy.

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Jonathan Taplin on Internet Aggregators
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Episode #22: Ryan Calo

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Episode #22: Ryan Calo
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Podcast #23: David Bosworth

Author and cultural critic David Bosworth discusses America’s myth of individualism and our need for a less atomized culture.

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Podcast #23: David Bosworth
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Podcast #21: Betsy Brunner

Betsy Brunner at Idaho State examines the creative ways Chinese get around surveillance and censorship on social media.

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Podcast #21: Betsy Brunner
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Podcast #20: Huei Peng

A tour of autonomous vehicle testing track Mcity with director Huei Peng answers many questions, and raises others.

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Podcast #20: Huei Peng
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Podcast #16: Tomaso Poggio on the State of AI

Tomaso Poggio, Director of MIT’s Center for Minds, Brains, and Machines, explains why AI’s recent success is still a long way from the dystopian fears of robot overlords, but that the threat to jobs is real.

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Podcast #16: Tomaso Poggio on the State of AI
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Podcast #4: Alex Marthews on Protecting Privacy

Alex Marthews, executive director of Restore the Fourth, a non-partisan Fourth Amendment advocacy group, tells us about the legal terrain surrounding mass surveillance and a new effort to bring oversight of surveillance tech to local communities.

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Podcast #4: Alex Marthews on Protecting Privacy
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