“Hard Fork” is a show about the future that’s already here. Each week, journalists Kevin Roose and Casey Newton explore and make sense of the latest in the rapidly changing world of tech.
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Google's Next Top Model + Will the Cybertruck Crash? + This Week in A.I.
Like the Cybertruck, this podcast is also bulletproof.
What’s Next for OpenAI + Binance Is Binanceled + A.I. Is Eating the Internet
It’s full steam ahead for the tech world despite, well, everything.
(Yet Another) Emergency Pod: Sam Altman Is Back
In yet another head-spinning twist at OpenAI, Sam Altman was reinstated as the company’s chief executive on Tuesday night, a mere five days after the OpenAI board had fired him. The board will be overhauled and a new set of directors, including Bret Taylor and Lawrence Summers, will join.
Today, we discuss how Altman returned to the top seat — and whether the OpenAI news will ever slow down.
Mayhem at OpenAI + Our Interview With Sam Altman
Last week, we interviewed Sam Altman. Since then, well, everything has changed. The board of OpenAI, maker of ChatGPT, fired Altman as chief executive on Friday. Over the weekend, it looked as if he might return. On Sunday night, Microsoft hired Altman to lead a new A.I. venture. Who knows what will happen next.
Today, an update on a crazy weekend in tech, and our interview with Sam Altman.
Emergency Pod: Sam Altman is Out at Open AI
“Probably the most shocking tech story of the year.”
An A.I. Pin Drops + YouTube’s Take on Deepfakes + A Lab-Grown Thanksgiving
The companies changing our phones, our media and our meat.
Deep Insights & Great Conviviality
If I was only allowed one podcast a week it would be this one. I can almost guarantee I will learn something that turns my thinking upside down and I almost invariably hear something that makes me laugh out loud.
Best of the NYT
Great podcast, can’t wait for the next episode 10/10
Tone it down
Sadly Casey’s voice has way too many shrill peaks to listen to for long.