On this week’s Tech Nation, part I of a two-part series on Chernobyl: Then and Now. Journalist Adam Higginbotham, author of “Midnight in Chernobyl”, recounts what exactly happened at the time of the accident. Later in the show, Vincent Keunen, the Founder and CEO of Andaman7, describes a new app to collect and manage your own medical records, and Helen Torley of Halozyme returns to talk about a technology which reduces the time for infusion therapy.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Guy Kawasaki, the chief evangelist for Canva, and former chief evangelist of Apple, looks back on his life in “Wise Guy … Lessons from a Life”. Then Pat Condo, CEO of NTENT, describes how our world is changing now that we can speak to the tech around us. Helen Torley, President and CEO of Halozyme, explores how we might fight different aspects of a cancer, making existing cancer treatments more effective. Its first target – pancreatic cancer, with other cancers soon to follow.
Michael Shermer about “Heavens on Earth – The Scientific Search for the Afterlife, Immortality, and Utopia.” Then on Tech Nation Health, Carl Ware from the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, talks about their research into viruses, cancer and autoimmune diseases.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks Andrew Poliak, Vice President for Strategy and Innovation at Panasonic Automotive Systems America, about the human experience within self-driving cars, as well as cars of the future. Also, Gary Davis, the Chief Consumer Security Evangelist at McAfee talks about the human experience of security in our homes, while Jennifer Ernst, the CEO of Tivic Health, reveals their electrical medical device - just approved by the FDA - to relieve sinus pain.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with the people who predict the weather - Todd Hutchinson, the Director of Numerical Weather Prediction at The Weather Company, and Cameron Clayton, the General Manager of Watson Media & Weather. And another question – what’s in the food we eat? And where did it come from? Moira speaks with Brigid McDermott, Vice President of IBM Food Trust. From one field to one processor to one supermarket, technology can keep tiny problems tiny.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Surgeon Dr. Justin Barad, the co-founder and CEO of Osso VR. They help surgeons to learn new medical techniques better. And another MD, Dr. Daniel Chao co-founded Halo Neuroscience to improve any activity requiring repetitive motion – from athletes to musicians to people recovering strokes and even surgeons.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with we’re talking about pain. Podiatric surgeon Dr. David Armstrong, a Professor of Surgery at the Keck School of Medicine at USC, and Davide Vigano, CEO of Sensoria, talk about the long term effect of diabetes on the feet, and how to prevent and help heal problems. Dr. Shai Gozani, the President and CEO of NeuroMetrix, talks about their solution for treating chronic pain, and a study of pain sufferers in the face of the opioid crisis.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with data storyteller RJ Andrews, the author, “Info We Trust: How to Inspire the World with Data.” Then on Tech Nation Health, Ali Fattay, the CEO of Curis, talks about moving cancer treatments from the most common method - infusions - to pills. And chief correspondent Dr. Daniel Kraft discusses Circadian Medicine – paying attention to your Circadian rhythm turns out to be important, even in the modern Healthcare.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with New Zealand journalist, Hamish McKenzie about his book: “Insane Mode – How Elon Musk’s Tesla Sparked an Electric Revolution to End the Age of Oil”.
Then on this week’s Tech Nation Health, testing for Alzheimer’s Disease long before any outward symptoms appear. Carlo Medici, CEO of Alzeca describes their efforts, and our chief correspondent, Dr. Daniel Kraft, talks about the ability to control technology with voice and how it will significantly impact medicine.