Playlist · by Team Himalaya
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5 episodes, 3 hours 45 mins
I Am Gozor, the Lunchmaster!
This Week's Stories The US vs Huawei San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Chinese Owners Must Sell Grindr FCC: Carriers Should Block Robocalls Do You Know if Your iPhone has Been Hacked? Big Tech's Problems Are Sociological, Not Psychological - Just Like Game of Thrones Silicon Valley Millionaires: Silicon Valley is Bad Get Off My Lawn! Is Tech Still Great? Fake Joe Rogan Is Medium Killing Blogs? Hit By Ransomware? Just Pay the Ransom ZombieLoad Fix Could Slow down Computers 40% Hacking School Lunch Google Knows What You Buy RIP Grumpy Cat Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Georgia Dow, Michael Fisher, and Brian McCullough Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Sponsors: thousandeyes.com/twit Ziprecruiter.com/Twit Atlassian.com/IT expressvpn.com/twit
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse on why big banks should get into cryptocurrencies
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about bringing legitimate financial institutions into the formerly-sketchy world of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.In this episode: Garlinghouse's background at Excite@Home, Dialpad, and Yahoo; the "peanut butter manifesto" memo he wrote at Yahoo; moving on to Silver Lake Partners, AOL, and then becoming CEO of Hightail; being recruited to Ripple; the appeal of blockchain and cryptocurrency; working with the banks, not against them; the coming revolution in cross-border transactions; why bitcoin speculators were actually "forward progress"; will there be one cryptocurrency to rule them all?; the "unbanked" people of the world; potential problems facing cryptocurrency; convincing regulators and established banks; why should a big bank like Citi work with Ripple?; who will disrupt the incumbents?; the actual uses of crypto for consumers; and Facebook and tech's responsibility.
The Future of Tech's New Challenge: Bias?
As the interactions between humans and machines become more personal, companies and governments think more actively about the ethical and privacy implications. At WSJ's The Future of Everything Festival, leading experts from across the tech industry weigh in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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