TECHnically Possible is a podcast for people interested in what technology could become. Join Lars Klint as he questions industry experts about where our current and emerging technologies might just end up, and what that actually means for us humans...including the good, the bad and the strange.
November 29, 2022
05 - Qubits, Entanglement & Superconductors
Alright, not going to lie - quantum physics is tough! But our specialist guest John Azariah does a great job at breaking it down…using mayonnaise and beach balls. From quantum entanglement theory, to solving climate change, if you’ve ever wanted to know all about quantum computing, then prepare to dive in!
November 22, 2022
04 - Are Robots Taking Our Jobs?
In this episode we take a look at the future of robotics. With robots in coffee shops, hospitals and schools, do we need to be worried about robots taking over our jobs? And could it be a good thing? Lars Klint discusses this and more with our robotics specialist Anthony Curtin.
November 15, 2022
03 - Firefighting Nanobots & Swarm Technologies
Are nanobots real? Are swarm robots inherently evil? Well it turns out they aren’t just the stuff of science fiction supervillains. Learn about their very real potential - from firefighting, to regrowing limbs, and even battling cancer - as Lars Klint chats to machine learning specialist Ivica Slavkov in this episode of TECHnically Possible.
November 8, 2022
02 - Data Breaches, DNA & the Future of Privacy
Data breaches are happening more often everyday, so it might make sense if you’re asking how secure is my password? Are there better ways? And how much do we really care about privacy? Lars Klint is joined by world renowned security expert Troy Hunt to discuss what the future of privacy and authentication might look like (would you be happy to use your DNA?) as well as what you can do now to make a difference.
November 1, 2022
01 - Smart Cars & Snap Decisions with Edge Computing
Smart cars, self-driving cars, autonomous vehicles…many names, but one thing in common - they need to be intelligent enough to keep us safe. What if we could speed up reaction times and have them ‘talk’ to each other? Well, perhaps they can with 5G and edge computing. Join Lars Klint and industry expert Jillian Kaplan as they dive into the current state of autonomous vehicles, and then discuss what our hands-free future might look like!
October 12, 2022
Introducing TECHnically Possible
Can we stop accidents by getting smart cars to talk to each other? Can robot swarms help us fight fires and build skyscrapers? And what happens when AI doesn't need us anymore? Join Lars Klint as he questions industry experts about where our current and emerging technologies might just end up, and what that actually means for us humans...including the good, the bad and the strange.