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Today we focus on migration and technology, and the people caught in the middle.  

My guest, Petra Molnar, has written: The Walls Have Eyes: Surviving Migration in the Age of Artificial Intelligence offers a global story of the sharpening of borders through technological experiments while also introducing strategies of togetherness across physical and ideological borders.

Washington, D.C., Walter E. Washington Convention Center – In the whirlwind world of technology and geopolitics, the recent panel discussion on “The Future of Geopolitics and the Role of Innovation and Technology” offered a fascinating blend of perspectives from esteemed experts, including Alex Karp, Cofounder and CEO, Palantir; David S. Cohen, Deputy Director Central Intelligence

This was an extremely refreshing conversation with Anurag Dhingra, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Engineering at Webex by Cisco.  He has a deeply technical background and has risen through the ranks to focus on the importance about generative AI in the workplace.

In today’s tech-dependent world, Cisco notes the importance of delivering tech with

I was delighted to have Gerald Heydenreich, Founder of EtherMail.  In case you have not heard, interactions with NFTs, cryptocurrency, and all things blockchain can be a bit painful to control.  Not anymore!

Recently EtherMail launched its Email-as-a-Wallet (EaaW) solution, enabling users to create non-custodial wallets through Gmail or Apple accounts in under one minute

In advance of the AI Film Festival hosted by Expo City Dubai, where I will serve as a judge and panelist, I wanted to share some videos that we filmed of my thoughts as a technologist and futurist.

Before the videos, this is some background on the event. The Artificial Intelligence Film Festival (AIFF) is

Today we dive into the implications, considerations, and possibilities of open-source generative AI systems!

One question that looms for many is could Open-source AI help, hinder or simple coexist with a closed system. As you likely know open-sourced approaches, have democratized access to software, ensured transparency, and improved security for decades, but can it have

As 2024 begins, I wish to set out some thoughts on what we might expect to come with the continued dominance of AI chatter in the ether. The tech titans of Silicon Valley are all in, clearly betting their chips on the dream of generative AI transforming into a goldmine.  This will happen, but when?