Geeks Squawk Ep 310
Matt Armitage, Kulturpop
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The geeks talk about Rogue chatbots being deleted in China after questioning the Communist Party, a US firm microchipping its employees, Germany’s Volocopter's development of its electric flying taxis, today's King Of The Crowd which features Nope, a sound blocker and webcam cover for protecting your conversational and visual privacy, Nvidia using AI to create 3D graphics better than human artists and dragon's blood being used to save lives.
1:00 - Rogue Chatbots Deleted In China After Questioning Communist Party
4:08 - A Us Firm Is Microchipping Staff – Here’s What They Should Fear
6:49 - Germany’s Volocopter Raises $30 Million From Daimler For Its Flying Autonomous Taxi
10:21 - King Of The Crowd: Nope - Sound Blocker And Webcam Cover
13:31 - Nvidia Uses Ai To Create 3d Graphics Better Than Human Artists Can
16:20 - On The Trail Of Dragons With Blood That Can Save People’s Lives
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