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Jun 23, 2021

Peggy talks about how technology can make cities more circular in a sustainable world. She says the potential value unlocked by AI (artificial intelligence) in helping design out waste in a circular economy for food, as an example, is up to $127 billion a year in 2030.

She also discusses:

  • Three main ways AI can enable...


Jun 23, 2021

Peggy and David Patterson, pardee professor of computer science, Emeritus, University of California at Berkeley, talk about RISC and how it brings openness to hardware design. He says in the beginning ease of use was the top priority with technology, and now we are paying the price with security.

They also discuss:

  • Why...


Jun 23, 2021

Peggy and Scott Schober, president/CEO, Berkeley Varitronics Systems and Gary Berman, host, the “CyberHero Adventures Show,” talk about Colonial Pipeline, weak passwords, and how humans are cyber compliant. Schober says secure what you can secure and backup that data. Berman explains how he pivoted from being a...


Jun 16, 2021

Peggy talks about the importance of transparency of data in facilities management and the new, emerging facility manager. She says these individuals are very socially engaged and mobile ready.

She also discusses:

  • The new age of outsourcing in our cities.
  • The rise of wellness, health, and catering to the different needs...


Jun 16, 2021

Peggy and Don Vaughn, head of product, Invisibly, talk about shopping habits, brand loyalty, and a new survey. He says 72% of people are more likely to shop at a store that gave their employees extra pay during COVID-19.

They also discuss:

  • How people are starting to consider how ethical brands are and brand...