Self-driving cars, designer babies, and 3D printed guns are no longer looming in the distant future: the future has arrived, and so has a tidal wave of technological innovation. On Tech Tmrw, we do a deep dive into the possible pros and cons of today’s innovations. We open each episode with a short-form science-fiction narrative exploring a hot topic in tech. Then, host Theo Miller, CEO and Founder of Hit Start Media, has an open conversation with the writers, technologists, and others who are most immersed in this new technology to investigate its consequences.
Tmrw Explored: Micromobility
How are you getting around? Learn about the future of micromobility such as bike shares and how dramatically it could affect how our cities operate.
Tmrw Explored: BioPrinting
As of 2021, more than 102,000 Americans are waiting for an organ transplant. Learn how doctors are shrinking that number with the help of bioprinted organs on this episode of Tech Tmrw, Explored
Tmrw Explored: AR and The Future of Fashion
Augmented reality (AR) continues to grow as more brands recognize that AR try-ons could be the future of fashion. How will virtual fitting rooms impact your shopping habits?
Tmrw Explored: Manufactured Nostalgia
Technology is continually rising from the grave—not only as a trend, but as a tactile solution to modern planned obsolescence. But where does that leave our disposable tech culture?
Tmrw Explored: The State of Electric Vehicles
On August 5, 2021, the Biden administration announced that by 2030 half of new vehicles on the market in the US will be powered by electricity. Electric vehicles represent 4% of vehicles on US roads today, so some experts wonder: can we bridge the gap?
Tmrw Explored: CGI Influencers and the Attention Economy
As of 2021, the influencer marketing industry is valued at $13.8 billion, a staggering jump from it’s 2020 valuation of $9.7 billion. Media startups are turning to CGI influencers—the perfect brand representatives—to sell their products to real fans.