300 episodes

Podcast interviews with genius-level (top .1%) practitioners, scientists, researchers, clinicians and professionals in Cancer, 3D Bio Printing, CRISPR-CAS9, Ketogenic Diets, the Microbiome, Extracellular Vesicles, and more.

Subscribe today for the latest medical, health and bioscience insights from geniuses in their field(s).

FutureTech Podcast RICHARD JACOBS

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0, 5 Ratings

Podcast interviews with genius-level (top .1%) practitioners, scientists, researchers, clinicians and professionals in Cancer, 3D Bio Printing, CRISPR-CAS9, Ketogenic Diets, the Microbiome, Extracellular Vesicles, and more.

Subscribe today for the latest medical, health and bioscience insights from geniuses in their field(s).

    Events & Marketing for the Blockchain & Crypto Community

    Events & Marketing for the Blockchain & Crypto Community

    Tracy Leparulo Founder and CEO at Untraceable, is an early crypto investor and Blockchain Futurist, she founded Untraceable in 2013 to help build and grow the crypto community.
    Untraceable is the first event management and marketing agency within the blockchain and cryptocurrency community in Canada. We provide a full suite of services for events including logistics, marketing, and sponsorship.

    Our specialty is designing cutting-edge events by seamlessly integrating crypto ticketing, event apps, token creation, and innovative tech solutions to fit your needs.
    Over the past 5 years, Untraceable has organized hundreds of events from the first Bitcoin Expo in Canada to the first Ethereum hackathon to ETHWaterloo (the world’s largest Ethereum hackathon).

    Whether you’re launching a blockchain company or planning a corporate conference, the Untraceable team will work with you to create an immersive and unforgettable event.

    • 18 min
    Emerging Technologies, and the Tools That Are Changing How We Do Business in the 21st Century – Jamie Burke, Founder and CEO of Outlier Ventures

    Emerging Technologies, and the Tools That Are Changing How We Do Business in the 21st Century – Jamie Burke, Founder and CEO of Outlier Ventures

    Jamie Burke, Founder, and CEO of Outlier Ventures provides an overview of bitcoin and blockchain and the ways that companies can aggressively push their businesses forward with emerging technologies.
    Burke is a pioneer in the blockchain industry. As Europe's 1st Web 3.0 blockchain venture builder, he and his team have pushed forward on utilizing blockchain as a significant key to emerging trends (AI, Mixed Reality, IoT, and Autonomous Robotics) that will play key roles in multiple industries such as Industry 4.0, eGovt, Health, Mobility, and Smart Cities.
    Burke talks about his background in blockchain and cryptocurrency. He explains that he wanted to launch Outlier Ventures as a means to deal with the technology and tools that would be fundamentally changing the web and how it is structured, and subsequently society as a whole. Discovering bitcoin, he decided to immerse himself in the space, studying the technology, rooting out the problems, and identifying areas that could be improved upon.
    Burke discusses the disconnect with proprietary business models building on open source technologies, meaning that even if an entity could create something truly unique, there was the problem of someone else potentially coming in and copying what you’ve created, and doing it at a lower price even.
    The technology guru explains the many ways that Outlier Ventures can assist companies, as an advisor or board member, helping them find the most efficient and aggressive ways to utilize emerging technologies. As he discusses, Outlier Ventures can help them design their token economy or assist them in designing their governance model. He explains how their staff of analysts really dig into the technology and the technology layers to maximize a company’s market-forward position.
    Continuing, Burke talks about how Outlier Ventures invests in projects that reinforce their previous investments, which is a markedly different approach than what is considered a traditional VC path in which investments are diversified to offset risk.
    Burke is a regular speaker at various conferences around the globe, and throughout his career he has amassed a strong network of significant corporate partners, investors, and government agencies as well, working together to build better tech for the benefit of many industries.

    • 29 min
    Matter Hackers, 3D Printing for Everyone

    Matter Hackers, 3D Printing for Everyone

    MatterHackers is one of the largest and most trusted online resources for materials, boasting over 350 standard, exotic and exclusive styles of filament.
    They distribute over 40 types of 3D Printers, with free shipping and lifetime support. From software, to supplies, to printers, they are working to enable people to turn the ideas they have into the things they use.
    They provide software, MatterControl is an open source desktop 3D printing software platform, created by MatterHackers and compatible with most 3D printers.
    Download for free at www.mattercontrol.com.

    • 20 min
    Quantum Technologies and Quantum Control Systems with Dr. Itamar Sivan

    Quantum Technologies and Quantum Control Systems with Dr. Itamar Sivan

    Dr. Sivan describes some the basics and the intricacies of quantum computing. When you listen, you'll learn about
    the difference between classical computers and quantum processors, the weaknesses involved in the quantum system such as the paradox between necessary binary isolations and interaction, and how these systems may impact the future in technologies such as machine learning and AI.
    Dr. Itamar Sivan is the co-founder of Quantum Machines. His background includes extensive studies in quantum technologies and quantum-control systems. He obtained a master's degree from Oxford University in quantum optics and the physics of cold atoms and his PhD was on quantum physics and quantum computing combined with an entrepreneurship angle. 
    This discussion explores much of his present work as well as the tension between what quantum technologies are capable of accomplishing and what limits come in the delicate nature of the quantum-control systems. 

    His company, Quantum Machines or QM, develops the quantum orchestration platform. In other words, they develop hardware and software systems that run complex algorithms on quantum processors.
    He explains that technology can be leveraged into running algorithms into pretty much any quantum processor. He also discusses the advances and challenges as the exponential power of the quantum system is not fully utilized. 

    He comments that the race for technology for the quantum world involves expanding processors to be bigger and more stable. Finally, he explains what these advances may impact and how everyday life might be affected. 
    For more, see his company's website: https://www.quantum-machines.co/

    • 37 min
    Freedom of Movement, Evolution, and Nature's Hierarchy System: Dr. Bejan Talks about His New Book

    Freedom of Movement, Evolution, and Nature's Hierarchy System: Dr. Bejan Talks about His New Book

    Mechanical engineering professor Dr. Adrian Bejan explains how his new book takes on the hierarchy system of natural movement.

    He explains the gist of this theory by discussing
    how from an engineering point of view, evolution is possible because movement is possible, why this freedom of movement makes change possible, and how this freedom of movement and change means hierarchy is unavoidable.
    In this podcast Dr. Adrian Bejan, distinguished professor at Duke University and author of more than thirty books, discusses the ideas that propel his new book, Freedom and Evolution: Hierarchy in Nature, Society and Science. 

    He explains connections between different disciplines to give a fuller picture of his idea. For example, he discusses the impact of society on science such that in technology, we talk in terms of evolution toward greater economy, easier life, and greater health. He asserts that these improvements and directions are due to changes that are possible because these moving parts have the freedom to change.
    He provides one example central to the approach in his new book: he tells listeners to think of evolution as a universal phenomenon and evokes an aerial view of the Mississippi river basin. He discusses the constant readjustment of the small tributaries due to force and movement. Essential however and evocative of the impact of society on science is the hierarchical nature of these relationships. 

    Ultimately what you see, he says, is the cohabiting of the few large with the many small: the big channel is not exploiting the many small, but rather the hierarchy works together in stasis or harmony.
    For more information, find his new book , Freedom and Evolution: Hierarchy in Nature, Society and Science for sale through most booksellers including Amazon and see his page on the Duke web site: https://mems.duke.edu/faculty/adrian-bejan

    • 35 min
    Quantum Questions – Denise Ruffner, Chief Business Officer, Cambridge Quantum Computing – Thoughts on the Coming Wave of Quantum Computing

    Quantum Questions – Denise Ruffner, Chief Business Officer, Cambridge Quantum Computing – Thoughts on the Coming Wave of Quantum Computing

    Denise Ruffner, Chief Business Officer, Cambridge Quantum Computing, discusses quantum computing.
    Denise Ruffner, as Chief Business Officer at Cambridge Quantum Computing, is a valuable member of the company’s executive leadership. Ruffner coordinates and oversees Cambridge Quantum Computing’s business development activities that build upon and support their active growth agenda, client development, corporate strategy, and important relationships.

    Denise earned her master’s degree in Neurobiology and Molecular Biology from the University of Pittsburgh.
    Podcast Points:
    What is quantum computing? As technology develops, so do ways to hack into environments. What can be done? An overview of encryption

    Ruffner discusses the details of her company, Cambridge Quantum Computing, and what quantum computing really is all about. She talks about the development of software for quantum computers, and the security devices they develop that can protect against quantum computers potentially breaking security environments.

    She explains the power of these quantum computer juggernauts, and how they will have the power to break through standard computer encryption safety walls. So companies that hold sensitive data need to start thinking about how they can protect confidential data. Ruffner explains their projects in development that use quantum physics to create non-hackable environments. 

    Expanding on her discussion, Ruffner talks about the scientists and teams involved in various projects in quantum finance and more at Cambridge Quantum Computing. She provides an overview of some of the projects and products she finds extremely interesting. She discusses t|ket⟩™ which is their software package that allows you to write quantum algorithms on top of it, and ultimately enables users to move their software and run it on different devices. As she states, there is a race in the quantum computer industry, and operating software can be quite varied, thus t|ket⟩™ provides a platform to move software and run algorithms on different devices seamlessly. t|ket⟩™ translates machine independent algorithms into truly executable circuits, and thereby optimizes for physical qubit layout, all the while reducing the total number of required operations.

    Continuing, Ruffner discusses quantum volume and the details of it. Wrapping up, Ruffner discusses some of the scientific problems that can be addressed with quantum computing, and the complex computational problems that still cannot be solved even with supercomputers, and how quantum computing can help.

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Clarisse Gomez ,

Awesome Podcast!!!

Richard, host of the Future Tech Finding Genius Podcast, highlights all aspects of technology, innovation and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Catpernicus ,

Great podcast

I have learned so much from listening to this podcast--things that have been easy to apply and integrate into my daily life. Listening has opened my eyes to aspects of health and wellness that I was previously totally unaware, and I can truly say that my life has benefitted as a result. Richard always keeps it interesting by asking awesome questions.

SohoDragonGirl ,

Interesting podcast

Wide ranging guests in a straightforward format. I learn something every time!

Top Podcasts In Health & Fitness

Listeners Also Subscribed To