The television series Technology show the latest in technological inventions. A person gets to see the latest devices that are being used around the world and how technology improved them. A viewer will also get to see the science behind the invention.
2 Seasons, 49 Episodes
October 1, 2008
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  • Luke Muehlhauser shares the possible promise - and peril - of the Singularity. He is currently the Executive Director of the Singularity Institute.

  • Andy Greenberg, author of "This Machine Kills Secrets: How Wikileakers, Cypherpunks, and Hactivists Aim to Free the World's Information", talks about how strategic cybersecurity can be created in the age of Wikileaks.

  • Entrepreneur and futurist Ray Kurzweil discusses his forthcoming book, How to Create a Mind. Kurzweil explores how the Singularity will bring greater health, wealth and happiness for humankind.

  • Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter, talks with WIRED's Steven Levy.

  • 98% of kids are gamers. Can games teach 100% to code? Code Hero is a game that teaches how to make games with a code ray that shoots Javascript in Unity3D so you learn as you play to make games that make all knowledge playable.

  • Sebastian Thrun, Google Fellow and professor of computer science at Stanford University, talks with Jason Tanz about the self-driving car.

  • A lively panel discussion comprised of the founder of Raspberry Pi Eben Upton, everyone's favorite modder Ben Heck, Matt Richardson from MAKE magazine and a California education professional who can speak to the Maker movement in the classroom.

  • In the wake of the uproar among the technology and entertainment industries over the House's Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Senate's Protect IP Act (PIPA), the search for common ground and a way forward is more urgent than ever.

  • TerraCycle's Tom Szaky and GE's Jeff Fulgham discuss how their two companies are working together to create a new model for commercial waste disposal and reuse.

  • CEO Dick Glover explains the strategy behind the popular web company's success.

  • In association with NExTWORK Conference 2011, WIRED and the Economist present "Flash Mobs," a series of short presentations by a few of the uniquely creative minds bringing us the next iterations of the internet.

  • In association with NExTWORK Conference 2011, WIRED and the Economist present "Flash Mobs," a series of short presentations by a few of the uniquely creative minds bringing us the next iterations of the internet.

  • Actor Edward Norton tells of his work as a digital philanthropist to advocate for online social networks as a mechanism for funding and supporting charitable causes.

  • From information and e-commerce to music, movies and more, the internet increasingly dominates our daily lives. Kevin Kelly, Senior Maverick at WIRED and author of What Technology Wants, explains what he sees on the horizon for digital media.

  • Jimmy Fallon conducts an interview with Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sean Parker.

  • Martha Stewart isn't just America's premier homemaker -- she's one of its top media moguls. Stewart explains how her Omnimedia empire is adjusting to the iPad era by keeping ahead of the technological curve.

  • Khan Academy founder Salman Khan explains the concepts driving his wildly popular YouTube-based lecture series.

  • The old industrial models are long gone, says Carl Bass, CEO of software giant Autodesk -- and good riddance. As technology continues to transform industries across the economic spectrum, what does the future of manufacturing look like in America?

  • Carl Bass, CEO of software giant Autodesk chats about how technology continues to transform industries across the economic spectrum, what does the future of manufacturing look like in America?

  • Google's researcher Johnny Chung Lee chats about the re-appropriating of existing technology in creative, innovative, and sometimes even revolutionary ways.

  • CEO of Netflixs Reed Hasting gives his thoughts on the future of digital entertainment.

  • Steven Levy takes you behind the scenes at one of the world's most powerful companies. Learn how has Google managed the transition from start-up to tech giant, and what does the future holds.

  • Ian Bogost explains how and why video games are increasingly becoming vehicle for communicating information and political ideas.

  • A discussion on how technology has changed they way we communicate.

  • Our panel sounds off on the WikiLeaks.

  • Political scientist P.W. Singer examines how battles that are increasingly fought at arm's length, due to the technologies increasingly being used in such things as unmanned drones and robotic soldiers will change the way we think about conflict.

  • Kevin Kelly talks about how technologies evolve, and what we can do to steer them into their greatest roles.

  • Game designer Jane McGonigal and filmmaker Tiffany Shlain discuss how the wire world is bring us ever closer together.

  • Best selling author Steven Johnson thinks he's found a few clues a after tracing the history of innovation from Gutenberg to Google.

  • Game designer Jesse Schell says that we haven't seen anything yet as far as video games. Schell explore social, cognitive and technological trends in game design and use.

  • Author David Kirkpatrick tells the story of Facebook the most used social networking tool of our day.

  • The US Deputy Chief Technology Officer Beth Noveck explains the government's efforts to implement President Obama's memorandum calling for more transparent and collaborative government.

  • In this episode: the father of the internet Google's Vint Cherf looks ahead and talks about the new prospects and services in today's ever-faster technologies and what will generate and what may stand in their way.

  • Reporter Dana King along with Apple's co-founder, philanthropist, and well-known technology pioneer Steve Wozniak speak about the importance of learning hands-on and he encourages creativity in America's youth.

  • The 4th annual Maker Faire Bay Area hosts Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired. Anderson discusses making low-cost, unmanned aerial vehicles like planes and blimps.

  • Heartland Robotics chairman and CTO Rodney Brooks asks: What will it take for robots to be added to the toolchest of the makers of American manufacturing?

  • The 4th annual Maker Faire Bay Area hosts MythBusters co-host Adam Savage. Savage talks about failure - unmitigated, colossal failures he's experienced during his career.

  • In the late 1800s, Nikola Tesla began experimenting with transmitting power wirelessly via the earth's crust and the ionosphere. He invented what we now know as the Tesla Coil.

  • Elon Musk, co-founder of SpaceX and chairman of Tesla Motors, shares insight on his visionary entrepreneurial skills.

  • Will Wright, the creator of SimCity, the Sims, and now Spore, speaks with pundit John Battelle about the creative process, user-generated content, and much more.

  • David Pogue, personal-technology columnist for The New York Times, delivers an entertaining talk about the cellular technology trends of 2009.

  • One Laptop Per Child founder Nicholas Negroponte discusses the release and global impact of the XO-1, formerly known as the $100 Laptop, from Uruguay to Afghanistan.

  • Tan Le, co-founder and president of Emotiv Systems, gives a live demo of a mind control device that uses a person's thoughts to input computer commands.

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