Anatomy of Next
Summary: In Anatomy of Next's first season: Utopia we challenged our culture’s dystopian beliefs about technology and forwarded a vision of a future worth working toward. In our second season, we show how humanity might build its first new world on Mars.
In Episode Zero of Season Two, we discuss Fermi’s paradox. If it’s probable intelligent alien life exists, where’s the evidence? This episode also introduces the topic of our full second season: humanity building its first new world on Mars.
In Episode Five, our team, community and key players in the field discuss the present and future of virtual, actual, augmented and simulated reality.
In Episode Four, we continue with robotics, facing commonly held fears regarding machine intelligence head-on. We discuss the future of AI and why we’re unlikely to see The Terminator in real life.
In Episode Three, our first week on robotics, we look at the automation of jobs currently taking place and dig into how humans are and might be working and living alongside machines in the near future.
In Episode Two, we tackle the fears and possibilities of biotechnology. We speak with the FBI and biological engineers, and tell you why you shouldn’t be afraid of Jurassic Park.
In Episode One, we investigate and debunk some popular fears about nuclear technology and highlight promising innovations in the field.