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Sep 24, 2020

Peggy answers some key questions surrounding AI (artificial intelligence) including: what is happening with research and development; what is happening in Washington; who is for AI; and who is trying to save the U.S. from the dark side of AI.

She also discusses:

  • The history of the federal government playing a big role...


Sep 24, 2020

Peggy and Bin Li, assistant professor of electrical, computer and biomedical engineering, University of Rhode Island’s College of Engineering, distinguish between AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality) and explain how we get good mixed-reality applications for firefighters.

They also talk about:

  • The real...


Sep 24, 2020

Peggy and Michael Badnarik, software engineer, political figure, and former radio talk show host, talk about why he ran for the presidency many years ago and that almost no people understand the constitution today.

They also discuss:

  • What libertarians believe and what makes them different from democrats and...


Sep 17, 2020

Peggy covers some of the latest big announcements in the world of technology, then digs into the newest happenings in Washington with AVs (automated vehicles).

She also discusses:

  • Opportunities for autonomous driving and the biggest concerns that need to be overcome.
  • What is being done with the Automated Vehicle...


Sep 17, 2020

Peggy and Conor McGinn, CEO, Akara Robotics, address challenges in healthcare and how robots can help kill germs. He says, there is a need to kill germs and ultraviolet rays can help.

They also discuss:

  • How it is hard to know how many germs there are in a room, and how taking a “CIS approach” can help.
  • How key...