32 episodes

Every week, RadicalxChange Replayed brings you replays of the talks from RadicalxChange hosted conferences and events in audio format. Join host Matt Prewitt (President of RadicalxChange Foundation) for radical thought-provoking ideas by innovators, activists, artists, and scholars from around the world about how they are using RxC ideas -- from Data Dignity, Quadratic Funding and Voting, and Common Partial Ownership -- to solve our most divisive social problems, improve democracy, and build markets, technology, and institutions that are truer to the richness of our diversely shared lives. Every episode will make your life a little more radical.

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Every week, RadicalxChange Replayed brings you replays of the talks from RadicalxChange hosted conferences and events in audio format. Join host Matt Prewitt (President of RadicalxChange Foundation) for radical thought-provoking ideas by innovators, activists, artists, and scholars from around the world about how they are using RxC ideas -- from Data Dignity, Quadratic Funding and Voting, and Common Partial Ownership -- to solve our most divisive social problems, improve democracy, and build markets, technology, and institutions that are truer to the richness of our diversely shared lives. Every episode will make your life a little more radical.

    Communicating Democratic Ideals Through Art | Charlotte Kent and Fred Turner

    Communicating Democratic Ideals Through Art | Charlotte Kent and Fred Turner

    In this exciting and inspiring talk, Professors Charlotte Kent and Fred Turner discuss the great potential art holds in creating shifts in the public consciousness through examples of historical art movements, art’s impact on technology and society at large, and its effective way of communicating democratic ideals.

    This episode was originally produced for the 2021 RxC Annual Conference RxC TV program.

    • 46 min
    How Indigenous Learnings Can Help Liberate Democratic Institutions of Today | Tyson Yunkaporta and Jim Rutt

    How Indigenous Learnings Can Help Liberate Democratic Institutions of Today | Tyson Yunkaporta and Jim Rutt

    This entertainingly honest conversation between Tyson Yunkaporta and Jim Rutt discusses how indigenous learnings can help liberate the democratic institutions of today. They explore the notion of "humans as custodial species" (via Yunkaporta's book, "Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World"), and the role we serve tied to the earth around us on a spiritual and physical level. Jim and Tyson take you down an exciting path paved with history, tech, and new and old philosophies that will keep you thinking.

    This was originally aired on RxC TV as part of the 2021 RadicalxChange unConference Online.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Value in the Data Economy | Diane Coyle, Sushant Kumar, and Matt Prewitt

    Value in the Data Economy | Diane Coyle, Sushant Kumar, and Matt Prewitt

    This panel of experts in responsible technology and public policy discuss value accrual in the data economy, forming better legislation and infrastructure, and dealing with extreme concentrations of power and wealth plaguing the data economy.

    This was originally aired on RxC TV as part of the 2021 RadicalxChange unConference Online.

    • 41 min
    A New Chapter for RadicalxChange [audio article]

    A New Chapter for RadicalxChange [audio article]

    AUDIO ARTICLE | An audio version of RadicalxChange's latest blog post titled "A New Chapter for RadicalxChange". Written by the RadicalxChange Foundation team. Listen to and/or read the article to learn and connect more about RadicalxChange's evolving mission.

    • 12 min
    Quadratic Voting at Work | Charlotte Cavaille, Chris Hansen, and Sachin Mittal in Conversation With Jake Interrante

    Quadratic Voting at Work | Charlotte Cavaille, Chris Hansen, and Sachin Mittal in Conversation With Jake Interrante

    In this panel discussion, you hear from current practices by policy-makers in the Colorado government, academic researchers, and entrepreneurs and their insights from working with Quadratic Voting in preference polling.

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Data Agency: Individual or Shared? | Matt Prewitt, Nick Vincent, and Kaliya Young in Conversation With Jennifer Morone

    Data Agency: Individual or Shared? | Matt Prewitt, Nick Vincent, and Kaliya Young in Conversation With Jennifer Morone

    This panel discussion is structured around thought experiments to find more decentralized solutions to centralized powers in information networks.

    • 1 hr 7 min

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