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Aleks Krotoski and the Guardian's tech team with news and discussion every Tuesday from the digital worlds of technology, gaming and the web.

Aleks Krotoski and the Guardian's tech team with news and discussion every Tuesday from the digital worlds of technology, gaming and the web.
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Aleks Krotoski and the Guardian's tech team with news and discussion every Tuesday from the digital worlds of technology, gaming and the web.

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English

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Episodes

Google vs the right to be forgotten: Chips with Everything podcast

4/20/2018
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In April 2018, Google lost a landmark case against a businessman who used his ‘right to be forgotten’ to have links to a previous conviction taken down from the search engine. Jordan Erica Webber discusses the importance of this case and looks ahead at the coming era of General Data Protection Regulation

Duration:00:23:54

Hey! Algorithms, leave them kids alone: Chips with Everything podcast

4/13/2018
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This week, Jordan Erica Webber looks into reports that YouTube Kids might create an algorithm-free platform to prevent children viewing inappropriate content by clicking on seemingly benign video suggestions

Duration:00:26:00

Robots are coming for our jobs: Chips with Everything podcast

4/6/2018
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An OECD report suggests robots could soon take 66m jobs from humans. That isn’t as bad as previously expected. But who will be first to lose their jobs to machines?

Duration:00:22:08

Hero to zero in Silicon Valley: Chips with Everything podcast

3/30/2018
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Scandals are rife in Silicon Valley and its greatest minds not as popular as when they first created some of the world’s most impressive technology. Jordan Erica Webber asks why

Duration:00:26:46

Escaping the 2D monitor – VR arcades: a Chips with Everything podcast

3/23/2018
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Jordan Erica Webber has her reservations when it comes to virtual reality in gaming. This week she battles with motion sickness and visits a VR arcade in London to see if her mind can be changed. Is there a future for these types of arcades?

Duration:00:19:21

Fake news is Twitter's flu: Chips with Everything podcast

3/16/2018
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This month, MIT scientists published a paper that found lies spread six times faster than real news on Twitter. This week, Jordan Erica Webber tries to understand why this happens

Duration:00:23:27

When death pings: Chips with Everything podcast

3/9/2018
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Would you download an app that sends you a reminder five times a day that you’re going to die? Some people are doing exactly that. This week, Jordan Erica Webber attempts to figure out why we need this kind of app, and why we’re so dependent on apps in general in our day-to-day lives

Duration:00:22:31

Who needs ethics anyway? – Chips with Everything podcast

3/2/2018
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There has been a quiet push lately by tech industry giants to get ethical about future technologies. But is anything more than PR? And how do we teach technology students to preempt a possible ethical disaster? Jordan Erica Webber explores the issues

Duration:00:24:24

How white is the tech sector? - Chips with Everything podcast

2/23/2018
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Has the technology industry truly embraced diversity? What more needs to be done to make it a more inclusive industry? Inspired by Black History Month, Jordan Erica Webber and Chella Ramanan try and answer these questions.

Duration:00:29:00

Mind the gap: how tech can help disabled people – Chips with Everything podcast

2/16/2018
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Can technology provide solutions to the various difficulties that disabled people face every day in areas where full accessibility is lacking?

Duration:00:25:49

Hawaii 5 oh-no! Chips with Everything podcast

2/9/2018
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What went wrong in Hawaii when a false emergency alert was sent to mobile phones warning that a ballistic missile was about to hit the islands?

Duration:00:21:15

Digital dystopia: taking back control – podcast

2/2/2018
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In the fourth and final episode of this mini-series, Jordan Erica Webber explores what ordinary citizens can do to take back control and how newly released technology might help us along the way

Duration:00:33:04

Digital dystopia: how technology does us harm – podcast

1/26/2018
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Jordan Erica Webber looks at how our data is being used to push political ideologies

Duration:00:25:19

Digital dystopia: the changing face of trust – podcast

1/19/2018
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In the second instalment of this mini-series, Jordan Erica Webber asks: why are we losing our trust in institutions? And who we can trust instead?

Duration:00:32:58

Digital dystopia: tech slavery and the death of privacy – podcast

1/12/2018
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In the first episode of our four-part series, Jordan Erica Webber asks whether our digital selves are owned by tech firms in a new form of slavery?

Duration:00:35:03

Making art out of Crossrail – tech podcast

7/28/2017
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Navine G Khan-Dossos’s work explores the shared geometric and algorithmic language of Islamic art and the internet

Duration:00:14:02

Can emoji evolve into a meaningful language? – tech podcast

6/23/2017
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Dr Vyvyan Evans on the first emoji terror threat and what the future holds for non text-based communication

Duration:00:18:55

What would you put in a virtual museum? – tech podcast

6/16/2017
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Artist Pippin Barr explores a virtual world where computer game visuals meet the work of artists Donald Judd and Gregor Schneider

Duration:00:21:57

Report from Web Summit tech conference – Chips with Everything podcast

11/14/2016
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In this episode of Chips with Everything we attend 2016’s Web Summit in Lisbon to explore the future of all things tech, business and creativity

Duration:01:41:29

Email hacking and the US presidential election – Chips with Everything tech podcast

11/4/2016
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In the latest surprise of the 2016 US presidential election, the email of the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked, pushing thousands of personal messages into the public sphere. We speak to the Guardian’s Washington correspondent David Smith about the implications of email hacking on the 2016 race and elections to come

Duration:00:20:16

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