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Report - Digital Nomad Shannon Leonard Discusses Cryptocurrency

Listen Now to Shannon Leonard on Crypto

Milliennial Digital Nomad at Large and regular contributer to our show, Shannon Leonard, shares with us his explorations and applications of cryptocurrency, as he lives his life on the road.  He claims that he is now 100% crypto when it comes to currency usage, but warns that it is still the early days, and not for everyone. That said, we discuss Bitcoin, Etherium, Lite Coin, the Lightning Network, and take questions from the KSCO audience on this very hot topic. He regularly posts on the topic and hosts online discussions, should you wish to know more. Enjoy!


Future News - Not the Singularity but the Multiplicity, Robot for Dogs, Amazon's AutoStore, Rocket Lab reaches Orbit, Google's Moonshot Deadline Approaches  

Listen Now to Future News 1.23.2018

We thought that the article from Wired in these week’s links was especially on the mark with the description of today’s current “multiplicity,” describing what actually is happening in the evolution of AI and robotics. What is the Multiplicity?  As roboticist Ken Goldberg says, “it’s the idea of humans and machines working together.” So welcome to the future, where robots do things like gently hand us screwdrivers instead of stabbing us with them.” We’re all for that! 



Future Report: Greg Panos and Richard Cray on The Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas 2018

Listen Now to Future Report on CES 2018

IBM’s Quantum Computer photo -Richard CrayThis year the Consumer Electronics Show was bigger than ever, with over 4,000 exhibits covering 2.6 million square feet and an attendance close to 200,000 people. To cover this big show, we’ve enlisted the help of two of our regular guests and contributors, Gregory Panos and Richard Cray.  In this hour we look as some of the highlights they discovered that would be of interest to you, our valued Dr. Future audience. So, standby for their report! Smart bathrooms, robots, AR, AI and brain uploaders, oh my!!

LG’s Video Canyon Experience photo -Richard Cray


Future News - Stunning images of farthest known galaxy, Breakthrough in creating complex living tissue, Chinese Space Junk Zapper, The Mysterious extraterrestrial Hypatia Stone, Breeding GMO Species to Self-Destruct, AI Pet Translater 

Listen Now to Future News 1.16.2017

From combining info from multiple sources, scientists have been able to accurately view the farthest known galaxy from ours, Distant galaxies usually look like red dots because of their small size and distances, but thanks to a phenomenon called gravitational lensing, researchers were able to amplify images to get a clear picture of SPT0615-JD.  Closer to home, new examination of a mysterious object from space, the Hypatia Stone, has led to new theories of it’s unique composition, unlike anything found anywhere in our solar system.  Apparently the hot crucible of entering the earth’s atmosphere may have help to create it’s unique form, a kind of ‘Phoenix stone,’ if you will.. And with a little help from our atmosphere and a new Chinese space junk zapper in the design phase, we may be able actually recycle valuable space junk!  Lots of interesting things to consider in today’s news..

Galaxy SPT0615-JD - Farthest know Galaxy from ours


Interview - Dr. Bruce Damer on the latest on his adventures investigating the origin of life and on telling ourselves a new narrative on collaboration in our evolution

Listen Now to Dr. Bruce Damer

A regular contributor to the show and a good friend of Dr.Mrs. Future, Bruce shares his latest adventures around the world on investigating the origins of biological life.  He also shares with us a new narrative in understanding Darwin and the extreme importantance in recognizing the role of collaboration in how biology works and evolves.