19 episodes

Learn how people are using AI at work to collaborate, find focus, and get stuff done—not at some point in the future, but today. Hear founders, researchers, and engineers talk about the problems they’re solving with the help of new and emerging AI tools, and how AI can help you spend more time on the work that matters most.

Working Smarter Dropbox

    • Technology
    • 5.0 • 26 Ratings

Learn how people are using AI at work to collaborate, find focus, and get stuff done—not at some point in the future, but today. Hear founders, researchers, and engineers talk about the problems they’re solving with the help of new and emerging AI tools, and how AI can help you spend more time on the work that matters most.

    Abdi Aidid on being your most creative, dynamic self

    Abdi Aidid on being your most creative, dynamic self

    For our second episode of Working Smarter, hear University of Toronto law professor Abdi Aidid talk about using AI to spend more time on the things you do best, and why he thinks AI could actually make legal services more accessible and supportive.

    • 40 min
    Kate Darling on human-machine partnerships

    Kate Darling on human-machine partnerships

    In our first episode of Working Smarter, robotics expert and MIT research scientist Kate Darling talks about why our relationship with animals might be a better way to frame the interactions we’re having with increasingly intelligent machines.

    • 35 min
    Trailer | Working Smarter

    Trailer | Working Smarter

    In this new podcast from Dropbox, learn how people are using AI at work to collaborate, find focus, and get stuff done—not at some point in the future, but today. Hear founders, researchers, and engineers talk about the problems they’re solving with the help of new and emerging AI tools, and how AI can help you spend more time on the work that matters most.

    • 2 min
    Etiquette 2 with Travis and Teresa McElroy | Remotely Curious

    Etiquette 2 with Travis and Teresa McElroy | Remotely Curious

    On our final episode of Remotely Curious, we’ll have a fun conversation with Teresa and Travis McElroy, humorists and hosts of the podcast Shmanners, about how to treat others with respect, come across the way you want to, and avoid embarrassing gaffes.

    • 32 min
    Focus with Gloria Mark | Remotely Curious

    Focus with Gloria Mark | Remotely Curious

    How can we stay focused in a world full of distractions? In this episode of Remotely Curious, we talk to professor and author Dr. Gloria Mark about the science of attention, the pitfalls of multitasking, and how to stay focused in a distracting digital world.

    • 35 min
    Not Okay with Essi Viding | Remotely Curious

    Not Okay with Essi Viding | Remotely Curious

    In this episode of Remotely Curious, we talk to psychology professor and researcher Essi Viding about how to support well-being in a remote work environment. She shares wise and evidence-based ways to care for ourselves, support others, and build resilience.

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

ohayemjay3 ,

Insightful and relatable

A must-listen for anyone working from home (or hybrid)! Tiffani is bright and charming — each episode almost feels like a conversation with your smartest friend. The guests are heavy-hitters in their industries, and I always come away with something I want to share. Keep ‘em coming!!

Jnazzaro ,

Very Insightful

I really appreciated the conversation around Rituals, which are such an important part of my everyday life. Thank you for having this discussion ❤️

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