Welcome to Future Human, an exploration into the human potential of technology. Much of the technology we take for granted has been hatched over decades, forged by an ongoing and unlikely collaboration between emerging artists and the keenest engineering minds in the world. As the science fiction of days past becomes everyday reality, where will the next great ideas come from? Listen in as today’s most adventurous artists, musicians and creative thinkers inspire their scientific peers to unleash a more connected world.
Future Human is a presentation of Nokia Bell Labs, produced by audiation.fm.
24: Thinking for two
Sean Kennedy discusses how to innovate in artificial intelligence and machine learning.
23: Old Wires, New Tricks
Werner Coomans, Nokia Bell Labs researcher, explains the state-of-the-art in wired broadband.
22: Miguel Nicolelis’s Nokia Bell Labs Shannon Luminary Lecture
Brain-machine interface research, presented by Miguel Nicolelis, may eventually allow the paralyzed to walk.
21: The kick heard around the world
Mind-controlled exoskeleton allows a paraplegic to kick a soccer ball at the 2014 World Cup.
20: Better signals, better people
What is MIMO, and how will it improve 5G communications?
19: The Loneliest Competition In The World
Advanced technology is helping Alex Thomson race in the most grueling sporting event of the modern age.