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The Jon Keilson Show 2

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The Digital Pill

11/27/2017
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A company now offers a pill that can detect when a person swallows it. Have we entered the age of digital medication and is that a good thing?

Duration: 00:07:13


Kids Videos That Aren't for Kids

11/22/2017
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Some very strange videos have been popping up on the YouTube Kids app. How are these unusual and sometimes disturbing videos getting through filters to reach children?

Duration: 00:06:59


Somebody's Watching All of Us

11/21/2017
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A company called SafeGraph holds an alarming amount of smartphone location data. Can you be singled out just based on where you’ve been?

Duration: 00:07:42


EA Alters the Deal

11/21/2017
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Why do so many modern video games have extra content for purchase once a game goes live? Because it makes some serious cash for publishers.

Duration: 00:07:37


Bots of War

11/20/2017
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The UN’s Convention on Conventional Weapons held its first meeting in November, 2017, and discussed the ramifications of autonomous weapons.

Duration: 00:07:06


Toys That Spy

11/20/2017
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A consumer advocacy group in the UK has a warning for parents who are considering buying high tech toys for their kids.

Duration: 00:07:34


Aluminum Foil and Wi-Fi Signals

11/17/2017
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A Dartmouth research team has found a way to reshape Wi-Fi signals using a 3D printer and some aluminum foil.

Duration: 00:06:39


Charging Electric Vehicles in Motion

11/16/2017
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Is it possible for an electric car to recharge while still driving down the street? It can be with the power of electromagnets.

Duration: 00:07:38


A 300 Million Dollar Parity Error

11/15/2017
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A developer’s error may have cost some cryptocurrency owners about 300 million dollars worth of funds. Can we just turn back the clock to before the mistake happened?

Duration: 00:07:13


The Wiki Elite

11/14/2017
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A researcher found that 77% of all the new content on Wikipedia comes from just 1% of all the editors. Has the democratic reference turned a corner?

Duration: 00:07:54


Self-Driving Bus Accident

11/13/2017
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After operating for only two hours, a self-driving shuttle bus in Las Vegas was involved in a traffic accident. Are autonomous vehicles really safer than human-operated cars?

Duration: 00:07:57


AI Defeats Anti-AI Test

11/10/2017
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Security experts first created Captchas to separate machines from humans. But now the machines are nearly as good at completing the tests as we are. What comes next?

Duration: 00:06:44


Pyramid of Giza and the Chamber of Secrets

11/9/2017
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Particle physicists blasted the Great Pyramid of Giza with subatomic particles and discovered a hidden chamber. How did bleeding-edge future tech help us learn about the ancient past?

Duration: 00:07:25


Dead People Hate Net Neutrality

11/8/2017
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According to one man's investigation, the FCC's comments page is peppered with fraudulent comments arguing against net neutrality. Many of the comments come from people who say they've never even visited the FCC's page and some of them are from dead people. What's going on?

Duration: 00:07:46


Managing Pain through Virtual Reality

11/7/2017
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Managing Pain through Virtual Reality: Research projects have shown that virtual reality experiences can help alleviate acute pain. Could the future of pain management include a head mounted display and a journey into a computer-generated world?

Duration: 00:05:44


Star Wars and Disney's Demands

11/6/2017
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Movie theater owners that want to show Star Wars: The Last Jedi at their theaters are facing some steep demands from Disney. They'll have to hand over 65% of ticket sales and dedicate their largest auditoriums for an extended run. How do movie theater economics work?

Duration: 00:06:31


Catching a Taxi to Space

11/3/2017
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Boeing is putting together a rocket that will launch its experimental spacecraft in the not too distant future.

Duration: 00:05:51


The Battle for the Amazon

11/2/2017
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Amazon is looking at cities for its secondary headquarters location. And cities are responding in some pretty weird ways.

Duration: 00:06:22


Dis Kinect

11/1/2017
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Microsoft has ended production of the Kinect peripheral for the Xbox. How did the best-selling gaming peripheral sink so low?

Duration: 00:06:47


Twitter Almost Makes a Profit

10/31/2017
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Twitter is poised for its first profitable quarter in its history. Where did Twitter come from and how has it managed to stay around without turning a profit?

Duration: 00:07:07

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