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(Pocket-lint) – The Pocket-lint Podcast episode 97 is now to be had to move and obtain.

Chinese language tech large Xiaomi held a two-day “Mega Release” match this week the place it introduced quite a few new gadgets. Pocket-lint’s contributing editor, Cam Bunton, main points what came about, together with the disclosing of the Mi 11 Extremely.

In the meantime, Stuart talks with the CEO of Furhat Robotics concerning the social androids the corporate is making, and the way they may lend a hand with maintain sufferers with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

And in the end, Pocket-lint’s editor, Chris Corridor, has been slumbering at the process. Why? As a result of he is been trying out the brand new Google Nest Hub to determine whether or not it is any just right.

You’ll be able to pay attention to the newest episode underneath – together with earlier instalments – and likewise learn how to subscribe to the Pocket-lint Podcast by way of Acast right here.

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We will be chatting with sensible house and smartphone producers, and lots of different tech wizards within the coming weeks and months, so remember to get each episode routinely delivered for your tool of selection.

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Earlier interviewees

Take a look at the folk now we have interviewed on earlier episodes of the Pocket-lint podcast:

Episode 96: Adrienne Sharkey-Perves, Arlo

Stuart spoke with the senior advertising and marketing director for Arlo about hooked up safety, how it is converting the best way we track our houses, and what is in retailer for the long run.

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Episode 95: Torben Christiansen, EPOS

Stuart talked with the director of era at EPOS, the high-end audio emblem born out of Sennheiser. They mentioned long term audio developments, together with how we will engage with track and voice assistants, plus using audio in healthcare over the following decade.

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Episode 94: Samo Login

Stuart stuck up with the couple in the back of the Speaking Tom Cat phenomenon that took the arena by way of hurricane over a decade in the past. It made the creators one in all Europe’s richest {couples}. How did they set up to tug of such good fortune and what are they doing now?

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Episode 93: Sarah Ellis, The Royal Shakespeare Corporate

We chatted with the director of virtual construction at The RSC a couple of new, tech-filled reside functionality impressed by way of A Midsummer Night time’s Dream. We came upon about its use of movement seize and different attention-grabbing inventions.

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Episode 92: Pia Bretschneider, Ionity

Stuart spoke with the United Kingdom nation supervisor at EV charging corporate Ionity about the way forward for topping up our electrical vehicles at the move.

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Episode 91: Jai Thampi, Schneider Electrical

We talked with the person answerable for technique and innovation at Schneider Electrical on the way forward for powering our houses.

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Episode 90: Will Carling

Because the 2021 Six International locations Rugby Championship kicked off, Stuart chatted with former England rugby captain Will Carling about how using tech and stats is converting the best way we watch and play the sport.

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Episode 89: Bhavya Gohil, Sq. Off

Stuart talked to the co-founder of Sq. Off, a tech start-up primarily based in Mumbai that’s aiming to glue the arena via its sensible and developed board video games. What is the long term of hooked up bodily video games, like chess?

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Episode 88: Dr Adel Laoui, NeuTigers

Stuart then talks with NeuTigers, a synthetic intelligence corporate spun out of Princeton College this is operating on an app that may stumble on COVID-19 the usage of Edge AI and information derived from a wearable tool.

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Episode 87: Guive Balooch, L’Oréal

Stuart chatted with L’Oréal with the corporate’s international VP of L’Oreal’s Generation Incubator about customized attractiveness tech, and the way tech will alternate our option to make-up and attractiveness sooner or later.

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Episode 85: Dr Christophe Ramstein, Noveto Techniques

We talked with Noveto Techniques, an organization that has created a ground-breaking new era – SoundBeaming. It tasks sound from outdoor a consumer’s ears with out the wish to put on any bodily tool and with out hectic other people close by. We came upon the way it works, what the results are, and the way headphones may just quickly turn into a factor of the previous.

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Episode 84: Rob Mouser, Andersen EV

Stuart stuck up with Andersen EV, an organization that makes sensible house charging packing containers on your electrical automotive. He came upon what efforts are being made to make house charging smartand extra user-friendly.

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Episode 83: Michael Leet, Dyson

Stuart talked Dyson’s Michael Leet about how the corporate supplied 9 people in 8 towns around the globe to know the worldwide pandemic’s have an effect on on particular person publicity to air air pollution.

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Episode 82: Nick Forster, Overdrive

Stuart chatted with the overall supervisor of Overdrive to determine extra on how the corporate delivers virtual books to libraries around the globe and the way studying conduct are converting.

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Episode 81: Greg Williams

We talked to the fame photographer about his Candid Images Route. It guarantees to offer other people the best abilities to take a really perfect photograph in any state of affairs, anytime, so he additionally gave us a couple of height recommendations on smartphone images.

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Episode 80: Rapha Cohen, Waze

Stuart had a talk with the manager product officer at Waze about the way forward for the navigation app and the way having hundreds of other people enhancing its maps every day could make the enjoy higher.

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Episode 79: Chris Plummer, Activision

Rik spoke with Activision’s vp of cell to learn how Name of Responsibility: Cellular was any such large good fortune.

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Episode 77: Luke Whittaker, Katherine Bidwell and John Lau, State of Play

We talked to app sport developer State of Play concerning the corporate’s newest sport, South of the Circle – which is solely to be had on Apple Arcade. The founders of the studio defined concerning the trials and tribulations of creating the name, and the way it even supposed having to head Antarctica as a part of the method.

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Episode 76: Kyle Brown, Samsung

Stuart spoke with Samsung’s head of hooked up dwelling to learn how Samsung plans to make stronger our lives past controlling sensible lighting fixtures.

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Episode 74: Robert Karp, Codemasters

Rik interviewed the advance director of Dust Five at Codemasters communicate concerning the corporate’s new sport and, in particular, the way it runs on PS5 and Xbox Collection X/S.

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Episode 73: Philip Skogsberg, Challengermode

Stuart talked with the co-founder and head of product at Challengermode to learn how the grassroots esports corporate is operating to make it more uncomplicated for players to problem others.

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Episode 72: Steve Cottam, Antstream Arcade

We talked to the founding father of Antstream Arcade, a unfashionable gaming streaming carrier that may allow you to play vintage video games, together with the ones you take into account at the Amiga and Commodore 64, in your PC, Mac, console or telephone.

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Episode 71: Ethan Kaplan, Fender

Stuart spoke with the overall supervisor for virtual at Fender to learn how to other people can be told musical tools on-line.

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Episode 70: Jamie Hindhaugh, BT Recreation

Rik had a just right chat with to the COO of BT Recreation concerning the corporate’s growth of its streaming app forward of the brand new Premier League season.

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Episode 68: Laurel Christensen, GN Listening to

Stuart talked to the manager audiology officer at GN Listening to, the arena’s main listening to help maker, the place he came upon how the corporate is growing its tech to ship higher, clearer sound for the listening to impaired.

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Episode 67: Laz Tyrekidis, Aristocracy London

We met up with the founding father of Aristocracy London, to discuss how the normal tailor emblem has grew to become to era to ensure your subsequent swimsuit suits.

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Episode 66: David Alexander, Specialised

Stuart spoke with the class lead of Turbo at Specialised concerning the corporate’s e-Motorcycle vary.

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Episode 65: Chris Sheldrick, What3Words

We talked to the co-founder and CEO of What3Words concerning the corporate’s unusual device for mapping the arena.

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Episode 64: Zeena Quershi, Sonantic

Stuart talks to the co-founder of AI voice era corporate Sonantic, Zeena Quershi, about making a voice AI that may cry

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Episode 63: Daniel Mansson, Waft

Stuart talked to the founding father of Waft, a drug-free remedy for melancholy comprising of a mind stimulation headset and an app remedy program about how the brand new era can lend a hand other people affected by melancholy. 

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Episode 62: Nick Holroyd, Ineos Workforce UK

Stuart spoke with the technical director and leader clothier for The united states’s Cup staff Ineos about the way it makes use of information to lend a hand carry house a victory on the planet’s oldest world carrying match.

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Episode 61: Giovanni Filli, Exeger

Stuart spoke with the founding father of startup Exeger who defined how his corporate can print sun cells on gadgets – that approach, they are able to be powered by way of mild with out the desire for bulkier sun panels.

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Episode 60: Samuel Raciti, Bolt

Stuart talked to the United Kingdom boss of Bolt because the Britain entered the trial segment of eScooters hitting the rustic’s streets.

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Episode 58: Andrew Elia, BAFTA video games panel member

After information broke that Bose pulled out of the augmented truth marketplace, it used to be becoming that Stuart interviewed a BAFTA video games vote casting panel member about the way forward for AR basically.

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Episode 57: Dave Coplin

We interviewed the previous Microsoft leader envisioning officer who detailed the way forward for operating remotely and training in a publish coronavirus international.

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Episode 56: Rob Holmes, Roku

Rik interviewed the VP of programming at Roku concerning the loose Roku Channel and the way streaming boomed right through lockdown.

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Episode 55: Giles Martin, Sonos

The arena-renowned track manufacturer and Sonos’ sound enjoy chief spoke with Rik concerning the Sonos Arc, the complexities of blending track in Dolby Atmos, and the way the most efficient sound apparatus will have to fade into the background.

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Episode 54: Tim Doubleday, Vicon

We spoke with the leisure product supervisor at Vicon about how the arena of movement seize is converting the best way films and video games are created.

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Episode 53: Estelle Rubio

Stuart talked to the track manufacturer, remixer and singer/songwriter to determine one of the crucial era methods to be had to make track sound higher.

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Episode 52: Jean-Baptiste Fontes, inventor

Stuart spoke with to the inventor of a brand new table lamp that may lend a hand dyslexic victims learn most often for the primary time.

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Episode 51: Genevieve Bell, main anthropologist and Intel

Stuart talked with the anthropologist, prominent professor on the Australian Nationwide College and vp of Intel about how we are converting the best way we engage with tech. She additionally defined what popping out of lockdown method and the way lets use touch tracing to make {that a} truth.

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Episode 50: Patrick Dorsey, Intel, and Jason Mitchell, Accenture

As a part of Pocket-lint’s sustainability month, we talked with Intel and Accenture about how they’re operating with the Sulubaaï Environmental Basis to watch coral reefs the usage of AI.

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Episode 49: Louise Koch, Dell

Stuart stuck up with Dell’s head of world sustainability to discuss how the corporate approaches eco-friendliness with its merchandise. In addition they mentioned Dell’s plans for the long run, and the way it’s already converting the best way the corporate builds and designs its computer systems.

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Episode 48: Andrew Hurst and Krzysztof Meinicke, Resideo

Proceeding our sustainability month, Stuart chatted with Resideo, the brand new house for Honeywell house merchandise, about how sensible heating can prevent bundles, whilst serving to the planet by way of decreasing your power intake.

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Episode 47: Stephen Prior, Wooded area Carbon

As a part of Pocket-lint’s sustainability month, we spoke with the co-founder of Wooded area Carbon about how we will be able to all plant many extra bushes to offset our carbon footprints and lend a hand save the planet.

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Episode 46: Spencer Hyman, Cocoarunners.com

Stuart chatted with the co-founder of on-line chocolate retailer, Cocoarunners.com about how the invention of recent merchandise on-line may also be made more uncomplicated and higher for shoppers.

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Episode 45: Peter Virk, Land Rover

We stuck up with Jaguar Land Rover’s hooked up automotive director at CES previous this 12 months to discuss the brand new Land Rover Defender why you’ll be able to want your automotive to have now not one however two SIM playing cards in it.

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Episode 44: Peter Mühlmann, Trustpilot

Stuart spoke with the founder and CEO Trustpilot concerning the significance of purchaser critiques on-line, how his corporate makes positive the critiques are genuine, and to get some pointers in recognizing a pretend critiques over genuine.

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Episode 43: Alex Evans, Media Molecule

Rik chatted with probably the most using forces in the back of one in all our favorite video games of all time, LittleBigPlanet, about his newest sport: Desires. He published why it is among the maximum formidable PS4 tasks of all time, and why it’s nice for old and young.

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Episode 42: Marius Lang, Lego

We stuck up with Lego’s head of selling in the United Kingdom and Eire, Marius Lang, to discuss the corporate’s Hidden Facet augmented truth units, the way forward for Lego and whether or not there shall be a Lego Film 3.

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Episode 41: Graham Wheeler, HTC

Rik connected with HTC Europe’s normal supervisor, Graham Wheeler, to discuss the growth of the HTC Vive Cosmos headset vary, how digital truth is rising basically, and long term plans for the company on the center of it.

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Episode 40: Jonathan Beard

Stuart chatted to the famend film and TV orchestrator and composer, Jonathan Beard, who has labored on a lot of top-notch collection, together with The Mandalorian, The Strolling Lifeless, and The Handmaid’s Story. He has so much to mention on how era has modified the movie and TV track trade.

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Episode 39: Dugald Macdonald and Peter Husemeyer, Sportable

Stuart met with the duo in the back of high-performance, real-time 3-D sports activities monitoring and information corporate Sportable to speak about how the corporate’s era is helping make stronger rugby and different sports activities, for avid gamers, coaches and fanatics alike.

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Episode 38: Yasushi Murayama, Panasonic

Right through CES previous in January 2020, we stuck up with the worldwide head of product making plans at Panasonic TV to discuss the corporate’s new televisions, the significance of Filmmaker Mode, and whether or not services and products like Netflix are actually maintaining other people staring at small screen television.

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Episode 37: Gary Turner, Xero

Past due ultimate 12 months, Stuart hosted a few hearth chats with a number of visitor audio system at Xerocon. He used his behind the curtain move get entry to to meet up with the co-founder and managing director of Xero, Gary Turner who defined how the corporate is embracing era like AI as a way to make chasing past due bills more uncomplicated.

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Episode 36: Nick Woodman, GoPro

When visiting CES in Las Vegas in January 2020, Stuart stuck up with the founder and CEO of GoPro who defined what the corporate has been as much as and what it has in retailer for us subsequent.

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Episode 33: Mark Livingstone, Pharmacy2U

We stuck up with the co-founder of LoveFilm to speak about his newest position as CEO of Pharmacy2U and the way on-line prescriptions and healthcare are set to switch sooner or later due to the web and AI.

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Episode 32: Gilad Tiefenbrun, Linn

Stuart sat down with the managing director of famend speaker emblem Linn, to speak all issues track and the way our conduct and tastes have modified over time from an analogue track enjoy to a virtual one.

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Episode 31: Scott Petty, Vodafone

We talked to Vodafone’s UK leader era officer concerning the corporate’s proceeding 5G rollout and why this era of community tech is other to the ultimate.

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Episode 30: Lucy Hughes, winner of the James Dyson award

Stuart stuck up with the the coed that now not best gained the United Kingdom leg of the James Dyson award, but in addition the total international prize of £30,000. She mentioned her successful invention – a brand new bioplastic made from natural fish waste – and what successful the total honour supposed for her.

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Episode 29: Andy Kerr, Bowers & Wilkins

We spoke to the director of product advertising and marketing at Bowers & Wilkins about how vital it’s to have just right audio system and the way the corporate went about growing the sound device for the Philips OLED+ 984 TV.

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Episode 27: Danny MacAskill

Stuart stuck up with professional mountain biker Danny MacAskill, who defined the paintings and tech required for his implausible YouTube movies, plus his plans for the long run.

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Episode 26: Daniel Rausch, Amazon

Stuart met with Amazon’s vp of sensible house to discuss the way forward for Alexa and the paintings occurring in the back of the scenes to handle privateness issues.

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Episode 25: Bamily

We chatted with up-and-coming band Bamily about using tech in track and why no matter what virtual high quality you pay attention in, so long as you might be listening.

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Episode 24: James Haskell

The previous England and Wasps rugby union superstar talked to Stuart about sports activities era and the way it may be higher utilised for coaching. He did not hang again neither.

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Episode 23: Paul Franklin, Dneg

We were given an perception on Hollywood particular results and virtual actors from Oscar-winner Franklin in a really perfect interview.

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Episode 22: Jesse Dorogusker, Sq.

Dorogusker gave us his opinion on retail outlets like Amazon Cross and whether or not consumers will ever be happy with “invisible fee” methods.

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Episode 21: Ant Middleton

Editor Chris talked with the previous SBS sniper and Royal Marine, now TV persona and writer who published what he thinks about the newest Garmin sports activities watches and why his pals do not invite him paintballing.

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Episode 20: Caspar Thykier, Zappar

We spoke with the co-founder of Zappar, Caspar Thykier, who published how augmented truth can make stronger our lives within the years yet to come.

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Episode 19: Robert Llewellyn, Purple Dwarf superstar

Stuart sat down with Purple Dwarf superstar Robert Llewellyn, who’s a self-confessed electrical automotive lover, to speak concerning the techniques to save lots of power and reduce expenses in our sensible properties.

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Episode 18 – Damon Crowhurst, Samsung

We talked with Samsung’s head of visible show concerning the corporate’s Wall TV thought. Plus, he published why presentations are converting the best way we store, carrying occasions and a lot more.

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Episode 17 – Jordan Woodward, Insurrection

Contemporary again from Gamescom, Pocket-lint’s Rik Henderson stuck up with Jordan Woodward the lead degree clothier at Insurrection to discuss the corporate’s new sport Zombie Military 4: Lifeless Battle, subscriptions and the broader discussions about in-game upgrades.

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Episode 16 – Sir Bradley Wiggins

Stuart interviewed Sir Bradley Wiggins, five-times Olympic Gold biking medallist.  The previous winner of the Excursion de France and lots of different races talks about biking, his new kids’s motorbike vary launching with Halfords, and the way he used tech to coach.

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Episode 15 – Anthony Nicholson, Gearbox Tool

Rik Henderson, Pocket-lint’s resident gaming professional, flew to Los Angeles to interview Anthony Nicholson, senior manufacturer at Gearbox Tool to discuss the corporate’s newest sport; Borderlands 3.

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Episode 14 – Dr Alex Allan, Kortical

Stuart talked to Dr Alex Allan, the CTO and co-founder of AI startup Kortical about AI and the way it has the possible to basically alternate the best way we paintings and play over the following decade and past.

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Episode 13 – George Vaughan, Ascot racecourse

Stuart chatted with CTO of Ascot racecourse George Vaughan about how the web site is embracing era to stick related.

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Episode 12 – Rhys Morgan, The Royal Academy of Engineering

Stuart spoke with Rhys Morgan, a director at The Royal Academy of Engineering, about how the Academy is operating to get extra other people concerned within the business.

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Episode 11 – Scott Harvey, World Relationship Insights

Scott Harvey, editor of World Relationship Insights, instructed us concerning the state of on-line courting and the way it is converting conventional romantic behaviours.

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Episode 10 – Gareth Cousins

Stuart met Gareth Cousins, a Hollywood sound mixer who has labored on numerous movies and displays, together with Gravity, Netflix’s Our Planet, Child Driving force and Batman Starts.

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Episode 9 – Swupnil Sahai, Swing

Swupnil Sahai defined all about his artful Apple Watch app, Swing, that tracks your tennis photographs on courtroom.

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Episode 8 – Will Bex-Russell, Henry Buckley and Monica Son, Virgin Atlantic

Pocket-lint Contributor David Phelan talked to the staff in the back of the brand new Virgin Atlantic cabin redesign.

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Episode 7 – Lee Armstrong, Airplane Finder

Lee Armstrong, CTO of Airplane Finder, a web site that tracks hundreds of planes each day as they fly via our skies, mentioned WWDC and the way you observe planes around the globe.

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Episode 6 – Jack Dorsey, Twitter

Stuart interviewed Twitter and Sq. CEO, Jack Dorsey, right through London Tech Week to discuss the way forward for money.

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Episode 5 – Jonathan Nicholson, CAA

Stuart spoke to Jonathan Nicholson, the assistant director of communications on the Civil Aviation Authority to discuss the way forward for drones.

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Episode 4 – Phil Tufnell, ex-England cricketer, TV presenter and Nissan ambassador

Rik Henderson interviewed Phil Tufnell about cricket, tech within the game and the way small, regional golf equipment may also be made sustainable via solar power era.

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Episode 3 – Cristiano Amon, Qualcomm

Stuart stuck up with Qualcomm president Cristiano Amon on the EE 5G release match to discuss why he and the corporate believes 5G is so vital.

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Episode 2 – Julian Standford, Dolby

Pocket-lint contributor David Phelan interviewed Julian Stanford, the person answerable for Dolby Cinema in Europe

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Episode 1 – David Priests, Rolls-Royce

In our first episode, Rolls-Royce’s Undertaking Supervisor, David Priests, spoke to Stuart on the corporate’s UK manufacturing facility within the Sussex nation-state.

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Writing by way of Rik Henderson.





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