FTP011: Bitcoin and Blockchain and Basic Income, Oh My!

Future Thinkers Podcast - Episode 11 Bitcoin and Decentralized Platforms. Crypto currency, future of currency, futurology, technology, tech, AI, artificial intelligence, automation, revolution, anti-fragile

In the last 15 years, many industries were turned upside-down by the rise of peer-to-peer technologies for sharing information. Napster changed the face of the music industry. Search engines allowed everyone to find information in an instant. Social media networks allowed us to form virtual tribes and start huge...

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FTP004: Would You Date a Machine?

In this episode of the Future Thinkers Podcast, Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova talk about the Her movie, and the relationships between humans and artificial intelligence.

Science fiction can be awesome for imagining the future. Everybody loves a good story, and movies are one of the best mediums to tell stories. Though sometimes they aren't as scientifically accurate as they could be, movies are still great at visualizing futurist ideas and communicating them in a...

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FTP003: The Fermi Paradox – Why Don’t We Have Convincing Evidence of Extraterrestrial Life?

In this episode of the Future Thinkers Podcast, Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova go through some notable explanations of the Fermi Paradox, such as other dimensions and virtual reality.

The Fermi Paradox states that on one hand, the probability of alien civilizations is high. On the other hand, we don't have any convincing evidence that such civilizations do exist. There are many proposed explanations for this paradox - some of them quite simple, some complex, and some outright...

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FTP002: Creativity, The Singularity, and The Meaning of Life

Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova talk about why creativity may be the most important thing in life, and how that relates to the Singularity and future AI in this episode of The Future Thinkers Podcast.

When I went to school (both in Russia and in Canada), "creative" subjects like art and music were considered to be some of the least important in the curriculum. On the other hand, subjects like math and science were over-emphasized, and positioned like career subjects. Now being an adult,...

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