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I am fascinated by humanity and enjoy sharing this fascination with my listeners. I talk to people that are at the top of their fields to learn about current and future developments in technology, economics and geopolitics. My guests include CEOs, bestselling authors, academics, executives, journalists and others. The times we live in are in many ways defining the vector of human development and progress. Let's make sure that we make the most of it by learning from people who do.

Latest Episodes

How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality - Katharina Pistor

In this episode, Katharina and I discuss the ways in which laws facilitate structural inequalities and how to change the existing system. Katharina Pistor is Professor of Comparative Law at Columbia Law School and Director of the Law School’s Center on Global Legal Transformation. Her research and teaching spans corporate law, corporate governance, money and finance, property rights, comparative law and law and development. She has published widely in legal and interdisciplinary journals and is the author and co-author of several books. She is the recipient of the Max Planck Research Award (2012) and of several grants from the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) and the National Science Foundation. Her latest book is The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality. Twitter: @KatharinaPistor --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfanofhumanrace/message

85 MIN2019 SEP 12
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How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality - Katharina Pistor

Global Inequality and Capitalism - Branko Milanovic

This episode is a must listen for those that care about where the global economy is really headed. Branko and I talk about global inequality, rise of socialism, dominance of capitalism, Uber IPO, climate change protests, and many more fascinating topics. Branko Milanovic is a leading scholar on income inequality. In 2014, he joined the Graduate Center as Visiting Presidential Professor and LIS Senior Scholar. Before coming to the Graduate Center, he was Lead Economist in the World Bank's research department. He is author of The Haves and the Have-Nots: A Brief and Idiosyncratic History of Global Inequality and numerous articles on the global income distribution. His most recent book is Global Inequality: A New Approach for the Age of Globalization (Harvard University Press 2016). Branko's twitter handle: @BrankoMilan Branko's blog: http://glineq.blogspot.com Capitalism, Alone pre-order: https://www.amazon.com/Capitalism-Alone-Future-System-Rules/dp/0674987594 --- Send in a voice mes...

58 MIN2019 MAY 15
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Global Inequality and Capitalism - Branko Milanovic

Things You Must Know Today About Our Future - Lasse Rouhiainen

In this episode, Lasse and I discuss the future of school education, skills needed in the age of automation, and how artificial intelligence transforms the way we think about privacy. Lasse Rouhiainen is a best-selling author and international expert on artificial intelligence, disruptive technologies and digital marketing.He has also provided training to thousands of students and businesses through online e-learning courses. Lasse has been a speaker at renowned seminars such as Mobile World Capital and TEDx, and has worked with top brands and institutions such as Michelin, Össur and the European Union Intellectual Property Office. He is also a supporter of the Human Centered AI initiative. Lasse has written several books that have been published on Amazon in both English and Spanish. His latest work on artificial intelligence, called Artificial Intelligence: 101 Things You Must Know Today About Our Future, which is currently being translated into several other languages, was selec...

70 MIN2019 MAR 12
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Things You Must Know Today About Our Future - Lasse Rouhiainen

How Technology and Data are Transforming Sports - Sam Seddon (IBM Executive for Wimbledon)

Sam is the IBM Sports and Entertainment Sponsorship lead for the UK. This currently covers IBM's partnerships with Wimbledon and England Rugby. Sam showcases IBM's industry leading technology and also the marketing activation around the partnerships. Sam works in collaboration with his clients to deliver innovative technical solutions to support their business objectives and marketing campaigns. At Wimbledon Sam has responsibility for managing the client relationship for all the services that IBM provides to The Championships as part of their role as the official IT provider to the AELTC. This includes a team of 180 at peak during the fortnight from capturing data from the courtside, to media services, security systems and all digital platforms. Sam was recognised in 2015 by Information Age as being one of the UK's top 50 data leaders and influencers. 2017 awards include: DMA Gold - Best Digital Experience DADI - Use of AI / Machine Learning Cannes Lion Silver - #WhatMakesGreat camp...

91 MIN2018 OCT 14
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How Technology and Data are Transforming Sports - Sam Seddon (IBM Executive for Wimbledon)

Humans 3.0, Voice Tech, and Burgers - Peter Nowak

The first ever episode of Max Talks AI was a book review of Humans 3.0 written by Peter Nowak. It has been a great pleasure to have him on my podcast. Peter and I talked about burgers, the future of voice technology, privacy, and the skill of staying positive and optimistic. Peter Nowak has been writing about technology since 1997. He is a former staff reporter and editor atThe Globe and Mail,National PostandCanadian Broadcasting Corporationin Toronto, and theNew Zealand Heraldin Auckland. In 2006, he was named Journalist of the Year by the Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand and in 2009, he won the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance award for Excellence in Science and Technology Reporting. Peter’s first book,Sex, Bombs and Burgers: How War, Porn and Fast Food Created Modern Technology As We Know It, spent several weeks on theMaclean’sbest-seller list in Canada. His second book,Humans 3.0: The Upgrading of the Species, has been published in five countries. --- S...

45 MIN2018 AUG 21
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Humans 3.0, Voice Tech, and Burgers - Peter Nowak

Artificial Intelligence Is Not a Species - Joanna Bryson

The recording took place at the University of Cambridge and was made possible by Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence. In the episode, Joanna and I talk about the meaning of intelligence and mind, when AI started being taken seriously by media, Europe’s place in the global AI landscape, and a lot more. Joanna Bryson is a widely recognised academic expert in intelligence, from the perspectives of computer science, psychology, and biology. She is employed at the University of Bath, where she teaches Intelligent Control and Cognitive Systems. Joanna is also fellow at Princeton’s Centre for Information Technology Policy. Joanna’s main focus and expertise lies in researching natural and artificial intelligence. Current projects include building accountable and transparent AI, and understanding cultural variation in human cooperation and economic behaviour. To explore Joanna’s work please go to http://www.cs.bath.ac.uk/ and @j2bryson on Twitter. --- Send in a voice message...

41 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Artificial Intelligence Is Not a Species - Joanna Bryson

Calum Chace - Artificial Intelligence and The Two Singularities

In this episode, I have a great pleasure of being joined by Calum Chace. Calum studied Philosophy at Oxford, where he initially developed his interest in AI. After a 30 year career in business, he started sharing his thoughts on AI with the world. Now, he is a distinguished author and sought-after speaker about artificial intelligence, and its likely future impact on society. His books include a novel Pandora’s Brain, and 3 non-fiction books: Surviving AI, The Economic Singularity, and Artificial Intelligence and The Two Singularities. Calum argues that superintelligence is closer than we think, and that humanity is on track to become second smartest species on the planet. Even a more pressing concern in his mind, is AI’s impact on employment and what can be done to ensure a smoother transition to a potentially jobless society. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfanofhumanrace/message

35 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Calum Chace - Artificial Intelligence and The Two Singularities

Yessi Bello-Perez (Editor at UK Tech News): 'AI Start Ups, Tech Journalism, and Elon Musk'

In this episode, Yessi and I talk about her switch from lifestyle to tech journalism, AI start ups in London, self-driving cars, blockchain, and how graduates can break into her profession. Yessi is an editor of UK Tech News (uktech.news), the leading publication inspiring and connecting UK tech businesses with breaking news, data-led industry analysis, profiles and events. Her interests and expertise lie in technology journalism, B2B sector, venture capital and blockchain. Yessi and I met at an event called “AI in Business: Joining the Dots”, which was organised by Prospex and held at Orrick LLP office in London. Yessi was moderating the panel and impressed me with her knowledge of the AI ‘scene’ in London and strikingly clear articulation of her thoughts and ideas on what the future might hold. After the event we kept in touch and it is now my great pleasure to have her on the podcast. Please enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfanofhumanrace/message

59 MIN2018 JUN 3
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Yessi Bello-Perez (Editor at UK Tech News): 'AI Start Ups, Tech Journalism, and Elon Musk'

Paul Hornsey-Pennell - Death, Technology, and Orange Blossom

In this episode, Paul and I talk about the fear of death, possibility of technology prolonging our lives, depression, social media usage, and universal basic income. I find Paul's insights fascinating in terms of their depth and context, and I am sure you will do too! I have a pleasure of knowing Paul on a personal level. We connected at a conference in London called Expert Empires. I joined Paul at his table and asked what he was so actively typing out on his MacBook. Turned out, it was that book that we are talking about in this episode - 'Surfing the Techno-Tsunami'. After the conference, Paul and I kept in touch. Apart from writing and running businesses, Paul has had a very accomplished career in personal coaching, working with top athletes, notably with the stars of British Premier League. Also, Paul has worked with Olympians, business executives, and spoke to thousands of people about becoming self-employed. Please enjoy this episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anch...

99 MIN2018 MAY 24
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Paul Hornsey-Pennell - Death, Technology, and Orange Blossom

Luke Dormehl - Machine Learning, Elon Musk, and Typewriters

In this episode, I visit Luke Dormehl in Bristol!. We talk about Artificial Intelligence as a term, machine learning algorithms, AI in popular culture, and the outspoken celebrities in AI such as Elon Musk and Bill Gates. Luke Dormehl is a freelance journalist, author and public speaker, based in the UK. He writes primarily on the subject of technology, particularly emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, VR and 3D printing. Luke has written for Digital Trends, Fast Company, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Wired, Politico, Huffington Post, Empire. Two of Luke's most recent books are 'Thinking Machine' and 'The Formula'. They have been reviewed in places like the New York Times, Kirkus Review of Books, Forbes, and the Los Angeles Review of Books, as well as cited in Yuval Noah Harari's excellent Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. Thinking machines was also praised by Ray Kurzweil in NYT. Please enjoy the episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfano...

50 MIN2018 MAY 16
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Luke Dormehl - Machine Learning, Elon Musk, and Typewriters

Latest Episodes

How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality - Katharina Pistor

In this episode, Katharina and I discuss the ways in which laws facilitate structural inequalities and how to change the existing system. Katharina Pistor is Professor of Comparative Law at Columbia Law School and Director of the Law School’s Center on Global Legal Transformation. Her research and teaching spans corporate law, corporate governance, money and finance, property rights, comparative law and law and development. She has published widely in legal and interdisciplinary journals and is the author and co-author of several books. She is the recipient of the Max Planck Research Award (2012) and of several grants from the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) and the National Science Foundation. Her latest book is The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality. Twitter: @KatharinaPistor --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfanofhumanrace/message

85 MIN2019 SEP 12
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How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality - Katharina Pistor

Global Inequality and Capitalism - Branko Milanovic

This episode is a must listen for those that care about where the global economy is really headed. Branko and I talk about global inequality, rise of socialism, dominance of capitalism, Uber IPO, climate change protests, and many more fascinating topics. Branko Milanovic is a leading scholar on income inequality. In 2014, he joined the Graduate Center as Visiting Presidential Professor and LIS Senior Scholar. Before coming to the Graduate Center, he was Lead Economist in the World Bank's research department. He is author of The Haves and the Have-Nots: A Brief and Idiosyncratic History of Global Inequality and numerous articles on the global income distribution. His most recent book is Global Inequality: A New Approach for the Age of Globalization (Harvard University Press 2016). Branko's twitter handle: @BrankoMilan Branko's blog: http://glineq.blogspot.com Capitalism, Alone pre-order: https://www.amazon.com/Capitalism-Alone-Future-System-Rules/dp/0674987594 --- Send in a voice mes...

58 MIN2019 MAY 15
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Global Inequality and Capitalism - Branko Milanovic

Things You Must Know Today About Our Future - Lasse Rouhiainen

In this episode, Lasse and I discuss the future of school education, skills needed in the age of automation, and how artificial intelligence transforms the way we think about privacy. Lasse Rouhiainen is a best-selling author and international expert on artificial intelligence, disruptive technologies and digital marketing.He has also provided training to thousands of students and businesses through online e-learning courses. Lasse has been a speaker at renowned seminars such as Mobile World Capital and TEDx, and has worked with top brands and institutions such as Michelin, Össur and the European Union Intellectual Property Office. He is also a supporter of the Human Centered AI initiative. Lasse has written several books that have been published on Amazon in both English and Spanish. His latest work on artificial intelligence, called Artificial Intelligence: 101 Things You Must Know Today About Our Future, which is currently being translated into several other languages, was selec...

70 MIN2019 MAR 12
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Things You Must Know Today About Our Future - Lasse Rouhiainen

How Technology and Data are Transforming Sports - Sam Seddon (IBM Executive for Wimbledon)

Sam is the IBM Sports and Entertainment Sponsorship lead for the UK. This currently covers IBM's partnerships with Wimbledon and England Rugby. Sam showcases IBM's industry leading technology and also the marketing activation around the partnerships. Sam works in collaboration with his clients to deliver innovative technical solutions to support their business objectives and marketing campaigns. At Wimbledon Sam has responsibility for managing the client relationship for all the services that IBM provides to The Championships as part of their role as the official IT provider to the AELTC. This includes a team of 180 at peak during the fortnight from capturing data from the courtside, to media services, security systems and all digital platforms. Sam was recognised in 2015 by Information Age as being one of the UK's top 50 data leaders and influencers. 2017 awards include: DMA Gold - Best Digital Experience DADI - Use of AI / Machine Learning Cannes Lion Silver - #WhatMakesGreat camp...

91 MIN2018 OCT 14
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How Technology and Data are Transforming Sports - Sam Seddon (IBM Executive for Wimbledon)

Humans 3.0, Voice Tech, and Burgers - Peter Nowak

The first ever episode of Max Talks AI was a book review of Humans 3.0 written by Peter Nowak. It has been a great pleasure to have him on my podcast. Peter and I talked about burgers, the future of voice technology, privacy, and the skill of staying positive and optimistic. Peter Nowak has been writing about technology since 1997. He is a former staff reporter and editor atThe Globe and Mail,National PostandCanadian Broadcasting Corporationin Toronto, and theNew Zealand Heraldin Auckland. In 2006, he was named Journalist of the Year by the Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand and in 2009, he won the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance award for Excellence in Science and Technology Reporting. Peter’s first book,Sex, Bombs and Burgers: How War, Porn and Fast Food Created Modern Technology As We Know It, spent several weeks on theMaclean’sbest-seller list in Canada. His second book,Humans 3.0: The Upgrading of the Species, has been published in five countries. --- S...

45 MIN2018 AUG 21
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Humans 3.0, Voice Tech, and Burgers - Peter Nowak

Artificial Intelligence Is Not a Species - Joanna Bryson

The recording took place at the University of Cambridge and was made possible by Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence. In the episode, Joanna and I talk about the meaning of intelligence and mind, when AI started being taken seriously by media, Europe’s place in the global AI landscape, and a lot more. Joanna Bryson is a widely recognised academic expert in intelligence, from the perspectives of computer science, psychology, and biology. She is employed at the University of Bath, where she teaches Intelligent Control and Cognitive Systems. Joanna is also fellow at Princeton’s Centre for Information Technology Policy. Joanna’s main focus and expertise lies in researching natural and artificial intelligence. Current projects include building accountable and transparent AI, and understanding cultural variation in human cooperation and economic behaviour. To explore Joanna’s work please go to http://www.cs.bath.ac.uk/ and @j2bryson on Twitter. --- Send in a voice message...

41 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Artificial Intelligence Is Not a Species - Joanna Bryson

Calum Chace - Artificial Intelligence and The Two Singularities

In this episode, I have a great pleasure of being joined by Calum Chace. Calum studied Philosophy at Oxford, where he initially developed his interest in AI. After a 30 year career in business, he started sharing his thoughts on AI with the world. Now, he is a distinguished author and sought-after speaker about artificial intelligence, and its likely future impact on society. His books include a novel Pandora’s Brain, and 3 non-fiction books: Surviving AI, The Economic Singularity, and Artificial Intelligence and The Two Singularities. Calum argues that superintelligence is closer than we think, and that humanity is on track to become second smartest species on the planet. Even a more pressing concern in his mind, is AI’s impact on employment and what can be done to ensure a smoother transition to a potentially jobless society. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfanofhumanrace/message

35 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Calum Chace - Artificial Intelligence and The Two Singularities

Yessi Bello-Perez (Editor at UK Tech News): 'AI Start Ups, Tech Journalism, and Elon Musk'

In this episode, Yessi and I talk about her switch from lifestyle to tech journalism, AI start ups in London, self-driving cars, blockchain, and how graduates can break into her profession. Yessi is an editor of UK Tech News (uktech.news), the leading publication inspiring and connecting UK tech businesses with breaking news, data-led industry analysis, profiles and events. Her interests and expertise lie in technology journalism, B2B sector, venture capital and blockchain. Yessi and I met at an event called “AI in Business: Joining the Dots”, which was organised by Prospex and held at Orrick LLP office in London. Yessi was moderating the panel and impressed me with her knowledge of the AI ‘scene’ in London and strikingly clear articulation of her thoughts and ideas on what the future might hold. After the event we kept in touch and it is now my great pleasure to have her on the podcast. Please enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfanofhumanrace/message

59 MIN2018 JUN 3
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Yessi Bello-Perez (Editor at UK Tech News): 'AI Start Ups, Tech Journalism, and Elon Musk'

Paul Hornsey-Pennell - Death, Technology, and Orange Blossom

In this episode, Paul and I talk about the fear of death, possibility of technology prolonging our lives, depression, social media usage, and universal basic income. I find Paul's insights fascinating in terms of their depth and context, and I am sure you will do too! I have a pleasure of knowing Paul on a personal level. We connected at a conference in London called Expert Empires. I joined Paul at his table and asked what he was so actively typing out on his MacBook. Turned out, it was that book that we are talking about in this episode - 'Surfing the Techno-Tsunami'. After the conference, Paul and I kept in touch. Apart from writing and running businesses, Paul has had a very accomplished career in personal coaching, working with top athletes, notably with the stars of British Premier League. Also, Paul has worked with Olympians, business executives, and spoke to thousands of people about becoming self-employed. Please enjoy this episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anch...

99 MIN2018 MAY 24
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Paul Hornsey-Pennell - Death, Technology, and Orange Blossom

Luke Dormehl - Machine Learning, Elon Musk, and Typewriters

In this episode, I visit Luke Dormehl in Bristol!. We talk about Artificial Intelligence as a term, machine learning algorithms, AI in popular culture, and the outspoken celebrities in AI such as Elon Musk and Bill Gates. Luke Dormehl is a freelance journalist, author and public speaker, based in the UK. He writes primarily on the subject of technology, particularly emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, VR and 3D printing. Luke has written for Digital Trends, Fast Company, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Wired, Politico, Huffington Post, Empire. Two of Luke's most recent books are 'Thinking Machine' and 'The Formula'. They have been reviewed in places like the New York Times, Kirkus Review of Books, Forbes, and the Los Angeles Review of Books, as well as cited in Yuval Noah Harari's excellent Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. Thinking machines was also praised by Ray Kurzweil in NYT. Please enjoy the episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfano...

50 MIN2018 MAY 16
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Luke Dormehl - Machine Learning, Elon Musk, and Typewriters
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