Web Summit: Science

Understanding science and developing technology have always gone hand in hand, so it's no surprise Web Summit covers important news coming out of the field. It's hard to keep up with all the breakthroughs being made in the world, so we take a deep dive into a select few that are particularly interesting. Topics include bio hacking, plastics and environmental sustainability, and more!

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Web Summit: Science

BYTON's Wild Ride

BYTON emerged this year with plans for a cutting-edge car that will not only be electric but also autonomous, shared and smart from the outset ? and it will be ready for the public by next year. At a time when most upstart carmakers fail, BYTON's banking on its founders' credentials working on BMW's i8 to give it a fighting chance. The company's CEO gives an update on its products and global ambitions. Guests: Carsten Breitfeld, BYTON; Jessi Hempel, WIRED
00:24:00 11/14/2018

Past Episodes

Wolfram Research's Stephen Wolfram shares his insights on unleashing the power of next-generation programming and what it makes possible. Guest: Stephen Wolfram, Wolfram Research
00:28:00 11/7/2018
Self-driving vehicles will transform the $10 trillion transportation industry, increase accessibility to those with limited mobility, and save countless lives. However, developing autonomous vehicles is one of the biggest technical challenges ever faced. While it is universally accepted that artificial intelligence is required, in order to ensure AVs are safer than human-driven vehicles, developers need to drive millions if not billions of miles to properly train and test them. Now imagine being able to test an autonomous vehicle in a near-infinite variety of conditions and scenarios?before it even reaches the road. Combining photorealistic simulation and AI, NVIDIA is enabling the industry to safely drive billions of miles in virtual reality, creating a safer, more scalable, and more cost-effective way to bring self-driving cars to market. Guest: Danny Shapiro, NVIDIA
00:20:00 10/31/2018
Three makers of electric vehicles - motorcycles, cars and trucks - give their takes on what will make the world adopt electric vehicles at mass scale. Guests: Bryan Hansel, Chanje; Marc Fenigstein, Alta Motors; Monika Mikac, QEV Tech; Jim Motavalli, NPR
00:30:00 10/23/2018
In today's connected world, everything is vulnerable to cyber attack. Hear how the company behind the world's largest massively distributed platform gathers and analyzes raw data and applies threat intelligence to thwart attacks intended to commit fraud, bring down websites and applications, and steal data and other assets. Guest: Tom Leighton, Akamai Technologies
00:27:00 10/16/2018
He was the first astronaut to Tweet from space and now is part of a riveting new National Geographic series called "One Strange Rock" that looks at our planet from a unique vantage point -- space. Mike Massimino talks about his latest pursuits, the machines that have enabled him to go to space and shows a few new clips from the series. Guests: Mike Massimino, Columbia University; Derek Mead, VICE
00:29:00 10/9/2018
The head of NASA's Intelligent Robotics division outlines how research in space is paving the way for our future with robots on earth. Guest: NASA's Terry Fong Go to UnTuckIt.com and use the promo code WEB for 20% off your first order.
00:25:00 10/2/2018
How exactly will artificial intelligence impact daily work life? Guests: SnapLogic CEO Gaurav Dhillon, pymetrics Co-Founder Frida Polli and  Quartz Deputy Ideas Editor Georgia Frances King Go to UnTuckIt.com and use the promo code WEB for 20% off your first order.
00:23:00 9/25/2018
Small and medium-sized enterprises as well as large multinationals compete in a globalised world, in some rapidly changing markets. The Commissioner for Competition, Margrethe Vestager, gave her perspectives from European competition policy and why competition rules are needed to make sure those markets work well.
00:16:58 9/16/2018
Alexander Nix, CEO of Cambridge Analytica, took to centre stage at Web Summit 2017 with Matthew Freud of Freud Communications to discuss how online advertising has moved from the creative sphere to specialists in programmatic advertising and how this data science methodology helped Donald Trump win the U.S. election.
00:19:23 9/16/2018
Al Gore, the former United States Vice President, Nobel Peace Prize winner, subject of the Academy Award-winning film "An Inconvenient Truth", and Chairman of Generation Investment Management, challenges the tech and innovation community to help solve the planet's biggest problems.?
00:33:01 8/22/2018

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