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The Futurum Tech Podcast (FTP), featuring Daniel Newman, Olivier Blanchard, and Fred McClimans, is a weekly podcast covering the latest in tech news, new products and services, mergers, earning, regulations, and so much more. From startups to industry leaders, from emerging tech to the latest in artificial intelligence and cyber security. If it's worth discussing, you'll find it here each week as the Futurum team of tech and equity analysts, and the occasional guest, discuss their Story of the Week, the Fast Five things you need to know, the biggest "tech bites" gaffe of the week, and their crystal ball predictions.If you're in the tech industry, a tech leader, or just a tech enthusiast, then the Futurum Tech Podcast should be a staple in your weekly listening. Subscribe now and stay connected to this exciting journey into the world of technology.For inquiries or more information on the show you may email the team at Futurum Research at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumXYZ on Twitter and feel free to direct inquires through that channel as well. To learn more about Future research please visit www.futurumresearch.comAs a reminder, the Futurum Tech Podcast is intended as an informational newsletter only. No investment advice is offered. While equities are frequently discussed, the analysts on this show are not in any way offering financial advice.

Latest Episodes

Helping Businesses Through Digital Transformation with Chris James of Scaled Agile

In the latest episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Chris James, CEO of Scaled Agile. Chris and his company focus on building frameworks to help organizations move digital transformation forward as seamlessly as possible. After all, digital transformation is no longer just about technology. It’s the blending of technology and humans as the industry evolves, which means businesses of all kinds are affected and could use some guidance dealing with constant change. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV) and Scaled Agile's Chris James (@ChrisJamesSAI). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

22 MIN6 d ago
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Helping Businesses Through Digital Transformation with Chris James of Scaled Agile

Mobile World Congress Impacted by the Threat of Coronavirus

On this week's edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast, how the coronavirus may change tech trade shows in the future. Apple gets fined by the EU, Google earnings analysis, the space race heats up again and Britain points the way to Huawei 5G network compromise. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Alphabet’s 4th quarter 2019 results show promising growth > Nvidia’s GE Force NOW eliminates wait lists and opens memberships to all > Apple is being fined by France’s DGCCRF for slowing down old iPhones > NASA is now questioning Boeing about potential glitches with the CST-100 Starliner > Britain’s plan to contain Huawei’s involvement with 5G networks This week's Tech Bites Winner: The US government purchases location data for millions of cell phones, allegedly to track and locate undocumented immigrants. The ethical issue here is not the legitimacy of these agencies’ mission - from immigration enforcement and border protection to fighting human trafficking - but rather the potential slippery slope of warrantless mass surveillance being enabled by the private sector, and remaining unchecked by a not-always-tech-savvy US courts system. Our Crystal Ball: How will new technologies help event organizers get around the threat of epidemics? You’ll have to tune into the podcast to hear our predictions INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard), Sarah Wallace (@sarah_wallace) and James Kobielus (@jameskobielus). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

33 MIN1 w ago
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Mobile World Congress Impacted by the Threat of Coronavirus

The Rise Of The Technologist In Enterprise Leadership

In this week’s episode of Futurum Tech Podcast we cover news of IBM’s CEO Rometty stepping down and the rise of the technologist in enterprise leadership roles. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Cyberattacks and e-skimming on the rise > EU lawmakers snub Apple’s pleas, voting to push for charging cable standard > Huawei surpasses Apple to become the second largest smartphone vendor globally > UPS investment in EVs and what’s ahead > British telcos must rethink planned 5G investments This week's Tech Bites Winner: U.S. Colleges are quietly trying to install location tracking apps on students’ phones. Privacy invasion or a great way to track attendance? Our Crystal Ball: What do you think we will be talking about when we mention IBM a year from now? What will be the main topic or what will be the biggest change between IBM in 2020 and IBM in 2021? INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer,) Fred McClimans (@fredmcclimans), and Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard)...

33 MIN2 w ago
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The Rise Of The Technologist In Enterprise Leadership

Zendesk & Trends in Customer Experience

In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Zendesk’s Shawna Wolverton, SVP of Product, and Sarah Reed, CX Leader/Event Creator. Together, they discussed the latest trends in customer experience, what customer experience leaders should think about for years ahead, and more. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV, Shawna Wolverton (@shawnawol)and Sarah Reed (@stealeyreed). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

24 MIN2 w ago
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Zendesk & Trends in Customer Experience

The Future Of Enterprise Communication Is … In A Word, Bright.

This week we take a look at Atlassian and the collaboration space. Can this company upend the way we collaborate and the market? Plus, we take a look at how CIOs are aging up in the industry. We'll talk about cloud, we'll talk about Tencent, gaming, and 2020, is it the year of the chip? THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > The Average Age of CIOs Nudges Higher > Cloud Native Computing Foundation Annual Report > YouTube Content Moderators Must Acknowledge that a Side of PTSD Might Well Come With the Job > China-based Tencent Offers $148M to Acquire Funcom Games > Intel’s Q4 earnings This week's Tech Bites Winner: Tinder’s new panic button is kind of a loser. Designed supposedly for safety, is only available if you download the Noonlite app, a free app that will enable those safety features in the Tinder app. Our Crystal Ball: What’s next in the collaboration space? You’ll have to tune into the podcast to hear our predictions. Oh, and if you’ve not yet hit the “subscribe” button, do that. We promise to only bring the good stuff. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Fred McClimans (@fredmcclimans), Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer) andRon Westfall (@SirRonSilicon). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

42 MIN3 w ago
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The Future Of Enterprise Communication Is … In A Word, Bright.

Elon Musk, Space Travel, And The Impact On The Tech Industry

Elon Musk, Space Travel, and its impact on the tech industry. In this episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast we explore the giant impact this will have across multiple industries and more. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Microsoft and Samsung team up > Smaller rivals are now joining the growing chorus singing “Break up Big Tech’s Monopoly" > Google launches online coding course in Python to train workers for tech jobs > Mojo Vision puts augmented reality screen on contact lens > Visa's acquisition of Plaid This week's Tech Bites Winner: Intrepid analyst Olivier Blanchard presented a story about activist group Avaaz, who discovered that some of the biggest companies in the world are unknowingly funding climate misinformation by advertising on YouTube. Our Crystal Ball: In the Crystal Ball segment of the show, we always circle back to discuss the main dive topic. In this case, we predict what’s going to happen with space travel. When will we see the first people on Mars? Our answers might surprise you. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard), Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer) and Sarah Wallace (@sarah_wallace). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

25 MINJAN 17
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Elon Musk, Space Travel, And The Impact On The Tech Industry

Let’s Call CES 2020 the “Connected Ecosystem Showcase” Shall We

Is CES better called ‘The Connected Ecosystem’? Our thoughts on that, the good and the bad about AI dominating this year’s show, highlights from Intel, and Deeplite and more. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > CPU-based edge AI > State of the Fitness Tracker Market > What Deeplite’s up to > Andes Technology > The exciting things to expect from Android in 2020 This week's Tech Bites Winner: For the Tech Bites portion of our show, we cover weirdness from Teen Vogue. Business insider reported that Teen Vogue posted a well-polished and positive piece on how Facebook is “securing” the 2020 elections. It looks like sponsored content. It smells like sponsored content. It is sponsored content. At least Teen Vogue says it was sponsored content by posting a note at the top of the article. Facebook then denies it, saying the article is not sponsored content. Then it changes course and says, oh wait, we guess it was sponsored content. And then, Teen Vogue deletes the entire story. Get it together, Teen Vogue. We expect more from you. Our Crystal Ball: We circle back to CES and our predictions on what the main technology or technology category will be for the 2021 show. Without hesitation, all three of us have an answer … you’ll have to listen to the show to find out what it is! INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard), Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer) and James Kobielus (@jameskobielus). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

19 MINJAN 13
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Let’s Call CES 2020 the “Connected Ecosystem Showcase” Shall We

Ringing In 2020 With Consumer Electronics Galore

CES 2020, the Consumer Electronics Show happening this week in Las Vegas, will offer up some winners and some losers – we let you know what to expect. Plus the latest on deep fake technologies, Intel’s quantum computing chips, VMware’s shift to the cloud, and how Russia is edging closer to shutting off the global Internet – all this and more on this week’s edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Deep Fakes go TikTok > Intel’s new Cryogenic Horse Ridge Chip for Quantum Computing > Artificial Intelligence Boosts Cancer Detection > Apple Rethinks its Imagination Play > VMware Buys Back Pivotal Software, Sort Of This week's Tech Bites Winner: Russia’s Success is the Internet’s Failure Our Crystal Ball: Returning to our main dive topic, Olivier Blanchard tasked Dan and Fred to predict our Winner and Loser of this year’s CES show. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features , Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV), Fred McClimans (@fredmcclimans) and Olivier Blancha...

46 MINJAN 3
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Ringing In 2020 With Consumer Electronics Galore

Learning More About IBM’s Content Services with Bill Lobig

In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast — The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Bill Lobig, Vice President of IBM’s Content Services, to discuss how the way we manage content has evolved. After all, content is the cornerstone of the internet, and the way we treat it is changing—thanks to developing technology. More specifically, in this podcast, Bill noted that there are two types of content: structured data and unstructured data—and we treat them differently. The unstructured data in particular has been more difficult to deal with, as it’s made up of documents, text, and videos. It takes a lot of time to read or view, so it’s hard to get information out of it. But that’s been slowly changing due to the digital transformation, which happens to be the backdrop for everything that’s going on right now. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

20 MIN2019 DEC 27
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Learning More About IBM’s Content Services with Bill Lobig

Discussing Customer Data Platforms With Des Cahill from Oracle

In this episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast — Interview Series, Daniel Newman sat down with Des Cahill, Chief Marketing Officer of Oracle CX. Together, they went over what makes Oracle’s customer data platform (CDP) stand out from the competition, as well as what’s in store for the future of this type of platform. Thank you to Oracle for sponsoring this edition of Futurum Tech Podcast. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

20 MIN2019 DEC 21
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Discussing Customer Data Platforms With Des Cahill from Oracle

Latest Episodes

Helping Businesses Through Digital Transformation with Chris James of Scaled Agile

In the latest episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Chris James, CEO of Scaled Agile. Chris and his company focus on building frameworks to help organizations move digital transformation forward as seamlessly as possible. After all, digital transformation is no longer just about technology. It’s the blending of technology and humans as the industry evolves, which means businesses of all kinds are affected and could use some guidance dealing with constant change. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV) and Scaled Agile's Chris James (@ChrisJamesSAI). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

22 MIN6 d ago
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Helping Businesses Through Digital Transformation with Chris James of Scaled Agile

Mobile World Congress Impacted by the Threat of Coronavirus

On this week's edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast, how the coronavirus may change tech trade shows in the future. Apple gets fined by the EU, Google earnings analysis, the space race heats up again and Britain points the way to Huawei 5G network compromise. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Alphabet’s 4th quarter 2019 results show promising growth > Nvidia’s GE Force NOW eliminates wait lists and opens memberships to all > Apple is being fined by France’s DGCCRF for slowing down old iPhones > NASA is now questioning Boeing about potential glitches with the CST-100 Starliner > Britain’s plan to contain Huawei’s involvement with 5G networks This week's Tech Bites Winner: The US government purchases location data for millions of cell phones, allegedly to track and locate undocumented immigrants. The ethical issue here is not the legitimacy of these agencies’ mission - from immigration enforcement and border protection to fighting human trafficking - but rather the potential slippery slope of warrantless mass surveillance being enabled by the private sector, and remaining unchecked by a not-always-tech-savvy US courts system. Our Crystal Ball: How will new technologies help event organizers get around the threat of epidemics? You’ll have to tune into the podcast to hear our predictions INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard), Sarah Wallace (@sarah_wallace) and James Kobielus (@jameskobielus). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

33 MIN1 w ago
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Mobile World Congress Impacted by the Threat of Coronavirus

The Rise Of The Technologist In Enterprise Leadership

In this week’s episode of Futurum Tech Podcast we cover news of IBM’s CEO Rometty stepping down and the rise of the technologist in enterprise leadership roles. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Cyberattacks and e-skimming on the rise > EU lawmakers snub Apple’s pleas, voting to push for charging cable standard > Huawei surpasses Apple to become the second largest smartphone vendor globally > UPS investment in EVs and what’s ahead > British telcos must rethink planned 5G investments This week's Tech Bites Winner: U.S. Colleges are quietly trying to install location tracking apps on students’ phones. Privacy invasion or a great way to track attendance? Our Crystal Ball: What do you think we will be talking about when we mention IBM a year from now? What will be the main topic or what will be the biggest change between IBM in 2020 and IBM in 2021? INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer,) Fred McClimans (@fredmcclimans), and Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard)...

33 MIN2 w ago
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The Rise Of The Technologist In Enterprise Leadership

Zendesk & Trends in Customer Experience

In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Zendesk’s Shawna Wolverton, SVP of Product, and Sarah Reed, CX Leader/Event Creator. Together, they discussed the latest trends in customer experience, what customer experience leaders should think about for years ahead, and more. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV, Shawna Wolverton (@shawnawol)and Sarah Reed (@stealeyreed). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

24 MIN2 w ago
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Zendesk & Trends in Customer Experience

The Future Of Enterprise Communication Is … In A Word, Bright.

This week we take a look at Atlassian and the collaboration space. Can this company upend the way we collaborate and the market? Plus, we take a look at how CIOs are aging up in the industry. We'll talk about cloud, we'll talk about Tencent, gaming, and 2020, is it the year of the chip? THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > The Average Age of CIOs Nudges Higher > Cloud Native Computing Foundation Annual Report > YouTube Content Moderators Must Acknowledge that a Side of PTSD Might Well Come With the Job > China-based Tencent Offers $148M to Acquire Funcom Games > Intel’s Q4 earnings This week's Tech Bites Winner: Tinder’s new panic button is kind of a loser. Designed supposedly for safety, is only available if you download the Noonlite app, a free app that will enable those safety features in the Tinder app. Our Crystal Ball: What’s next in the collaboration space? You’ll have to tune into the podcast to hear our predictions. Oh, and if you’ve not yet hit the “subscribe” button, do that. We promise to only bring the good stuff. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Fred McClimans (@fredmcclimans), Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer) andRon Westfall (@SirRonSilicon). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

42 MIN3 w ago
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The Future Of Enterprise Communication Is … In A Word, Bright.

Elon Musk, Space Travel, And The Impact On The Tech Industry

Elon Musk, Space Travel, and its impact on the tech industry. In this episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast we explore the giant impact this will have across multiple industries and more. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Microsoft and Samsung team up > Smaller rivals are now joining the growing chorus singing “Break up Big Tech’s Monopoly" > Google launches online coding course in Python to train workers for tech jobs > Mojo Vision puts augmented reality screen on contact lens > Visa's acquisition of Plaid This week's Tech Bites Winner: Intrepid analyst Olivier Blanchard presented a story about activist group Avaaz, who discovered that some of the biggest companies in the world are unknowingly funding climate misinformation by advertising on YouTube. Our Crystal Ball: In the Crystal Ball segment of the show, we always circle back to discuss the main dive topic. In this case, we predict what’s going to happen with space travel. When will we see the first people on Mars? Our answers might surprise you. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard), Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer) and Sarah Wallace (@sarah_wallace). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

25 MINJAN 17
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Elon Musk, Space Travel, And The Impact On The Tech Industry

Let’s Call CES 2020 the “Connected Ecosystem Showcase” Shall We

Is CES better called ‘The Connected Ecosystem’? Our thoughts on that, the good and the bad about AI dominating this year’s show, highlights from Intel, and Deeplite and more. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > CPU-based edge AI > State of the Fitness Tracker Market > What Deeplite’s up to > Andes Technology > The exciting things to expect from Android in 2020 This week's Tech Bites Winner: For the Tech Bites portion of our show, we cover weirdness from Teen Vogue. Business insider reported that Teen Vogue posted a well-polished and positive piece on how Facebook is “securing” the 2020 elections. It looks like sponsored content. It smells like sponsored content. It is sponsored content. At least Teen Vogue says it was sponsored content by posting a note at the top of the article. Facebook then denies it, saying the article is not sponsored content. Then it changes course and says, oh wait, we guess it was sponsored content. And then, Teen Vogue deletes the entire story. Get it together, Teen Vogue. We expect more from you. Our Crystal Ball: We circle back to CES and our predictions on what the main technology or technology category will be for the 2021 show. Without hesitation, all three of us have an answer … you’ll have to listen to the show to find out what it is! INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard), Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer) and James Kobielus (@jameskobielus). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

19 MINJAN 13
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Let’s Call CES 2020 the “Connected Ecosystem Showcase” Shall We

Ringing In 2020 With Consumer Electronics Galore

CES 2020, the Consumer Electronics Show happening this week in Las Vegas, will offer up some winners and some losers – we let you know what to expect. Plus the latest on deep fake technologies, Intel’s quantum computing chips, VMware’s shift to the cloud, and how Russia is edging closer to shutting off the global Internet – all this and more on this week’s edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Deep Fakes go TikTok > Intel’s new Cryogenic Horse Ridge Chip for Quantum Computing > Artificial Intelligence Boosts Cancer Detection > Apple Rethinks its Imagination Play > VMware Buys Back Pivotal Software, Sort Of This week's Tech Bites Winner: Russia’s Success is the Internet’s Failure Our Crystal Ball: Returning to our main dive topic, Olivier Blanchard tasked Dan and Fred to predict our Winner and Loser of this year’s CES show. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features , Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV), Fred McClimans (@fredmcclimans) and Olivier Blancha...

46 MINJAN 3
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Ringing In 2020 With Consumer Electronics Galore

Learning More About IBM’s Content Services with Bill Lobig

In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast — The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Bill Lobig, Vice President of IBM’s Content Services, to discuss how the way we manage content has evolved. After all, content is the cornerstone of the internet, and the way we treat it is changing—thanks to developing technology. More specifically, in this podcast, Bill noted that there are two types of content: structured data and unstructured data—and we treat them differently. The unstructured data in particular has been more difficult to deal with, as it’s made up of documents, text, and videos. It takes a lot of time to read or view, so it’s hard to get information out of it. But that’s been slowly changing due to the digital transformation, which happens to be the backdrop for everything that’s going on right now. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

20 MIN2019 DEC 27
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Learning More About IBM’s Content Services with Bill Lobig

Discussing Customer Data Platforms With Des Cahill from Oracle

In this episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast — Interview Series, Daniel Newman sat down with Des Cahill, Chief Marketing Officer of Oracle CX. Together, they went over what makes Oracle’s customer data platform (CDP) stand out from the competition, as well as what’s in store for the future of this type of platform. Thank you to Oracle for sponsoring this edition of Futurum Tech Podcast. INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast. ###

20 MIN2019 DEC 21
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Discussing Customer Data Platforms With Des Cahill from Oracle
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