Summary: John Biggs talks to the greatest minds in tech, history, philosophy, and art about why the future won't be awful. Technotopia is a podcast about a better future. It appears every Friday at Noon Eastern.
Author Lindsay Goldwert has written a new book on BDSM, power, and growth. It's an amazing read and she joins us to talk about her experiences and the women she talked to as she built it from concept to finished product.
This week we have Ryan Cousineau, an amateur futurist with some interesting ideas on energy and future cities.
In honor of our 200th episode please enjoy the first episode, an interview with Mark Stevenson writer of An Optimist's Tour Of The Future and a reluctant futurist.
Joe Boldan, founder of YaJoe, talks to us about the future of undies.
This week we talk to patent attorney Krista Contino Saumby who talks to us about patents, the Godly Powers, and the future of international inventors.
Josh Fruhlinger is an editor at ThinkNum and in this interview he talks about the changes in media over the past decade.
Pamela McCorduck has written a new book about her experience writing about and researching AI. She joined us to talk about what has changed and where things are going.
Nima Asghari is already thinking about a world of abundance. What that means - and where we're headed - is anyone's guess.
Economist Taha Arvas doesn't think the current crop of cryptocurrencies will survive the next 20 years. He explains why.
Jason Kneen is a developer and Dad who has been working and thinking about IoT for kids and families. In this episode we talk about the future of the smart home.
Entrepreneur and general Renaissance man Arlo Gilbert is joining us to talk about the future of health, robots, and why Google got out of the Big Dog industry.
Dr. Aleksander Poniewierski is an author and consultant for EY. In this episode he talks about his work and his new book, SPEED.
This week we learn about AI from Jana Eggers, CEO of Nara Logics and creator of smart tools for big data.
IoT PhD Vasileios Nasis talks about the future of connectivity.
Jorim Holtey-Weber is a life coach and a lecturer. In this episode we talk about meditation and mindfulness.