Do you really value something if you’re not thinking about what can take it away? @Risk, a new show from the 2020 Network hosted by Jodi Butts, seeks to help us better protect the things we care most about during these dynamic and challenging times. From finances, education, healthcare, privacy, climate and more, Jodi and her guests take an in-depth look at diminishing the threats and amplifying the resilience of our businesses, our progress and daily lives.
Risk Networked with Shuman Ghosemajumder
Since cyber security risk scales as quickly as fortunes are made by network effects, is it time to adopt new approaches to how we protect and sustain cyber security?
On this episode of @Risk, Jodi Butts speaks with F5 Networks’ Global Head of AI, Stanford lecturer and former Googler, Shuman Ghosemajumder to find out if cyber security can keep pace with the evolving threats.
The White Space, Brought to You by Risk
It’s always important to understand the why before you get to the what and the how, even in the case of risk.
On this episode of @Risk, host Jodi Butts speaks with national best-selling writer and professor of philosophy, Mark Kingwell, about his new book, “On Risk or If You Play, You Pay: The Politics of Chance in a Plague Year.” Beyond our daily COVID risk calculations, lies a white space of opportunity for greater fairness and meaning.
The Last COVID Mile with Helen Branswell
Thanks to effective COVID-19 vaccines, we are able to see light at the end of the pandemic tunnel.
On this episode of @Risk, host Jodi Butts speaks with Helen Branswell, a great Canadian and STAT News’ infectious diseases and global health reporter. They discuss the causes for celebration and the lingering uncertainties surrounding the last mile of our COVID-19 journey.
Fictional Meltdowns with Emily St. John Mandel
Meltdowns reveal so much about our dependencies, our vulnerabilities, and our character.
On this episode of @Risk, Jodi Butts speaks with Canadian author Emily St. John Mandel, whose two most recent books, The Glass Hotel, and Station Eleven, follow characters impacted by disaster. Emily and Jodi explore the real and fictional risks we choose and the ones that choose us.
To read the full transcript of this episode visit: https://canada2020.ca/risk-fictional-meltdowns-with-emily-st-john-mandel/
The Calls Coming from Inside Journalism
It is often the people who care the most about an institution who also dare to raise the problems within it. On this episode of @Risk, Jodi Butts speaks candidly with Jeff Jarvis, an American journalist, professor and media pundit’s pundit, and Nana aba Duncan, an award-winning broadcaster, William Southam Journalism Fellow and founder of Media Girlfriends, about some of the overlooked internal threats to journalism and how they can be overcome.
To read the full transcript of this episode visit: https://canada2020.ca/risk-the-calls-coming-from-inside-journalism/
Risk for Art’s and America’s Sake
It's election day in America and to mark the occasion, Jodi Butts speaks with internationally acclaimed American painter and sculptor, Eric Fischl, the artist behind the controversial sculpture, Tumbling Woman, inspired by the events of 9/11. Art has forever been a risky endeavour. The artist can never control how any person reacts to their creation. That reaction though -- whether positive or negative -- can reveal the soul of the beholder and a nation.
To read the full transcript of this episode visit: canada2020.ca/risk-risk-for-arts…and-americas-sake/ (https://gate.sc/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcanada2020.ca%2Frisk-risk-for-arts-and-americas-sake%2F&token=c84946-1-1604424170023)