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Can Games Outsmart Fake News?

Designers are putting gamers in the position of fake newsmongers and it’s working. Players were found to be 21 percent less likely to believe fake news after completing this specific game.

1.4 — Ibex with Joseph Mossel

When it comes to your health, nothing matters more than an accurate diagnosis. In this episode, Bill talks with Joseph Mossel, the CEO and co-founder of Ibex Medical Analytics, to learn more about the role that artificial intelligence plays in their pathology labs.

AI and Open Source Data Management Disrupt the Farm Industry

With artificial intelligence and open source data management, farmers can better learn what to plant and when, how to maximize soil nutrients and track carbon content, and more.

Revamping the Plastics Cycle with Emerging Technologies

The U.N. estimates that the global population uses up to 5 trillion single-use plastic bags each year. Can artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, blockchain and other emerging technologies help solve the planet’s plastic problem?

Women in Tech: Our Impact on Technology

While much progress has been made, there’s still a long way to go to achieve gender parity in the technology sector. Today, women hold between 17-30% of tech-focused roles at eight of the world’s largest tech companies. Here’s a snapshot of the history of women in tech, a global view of women in the tech workforce, a breakdown of roles and much more.

4.7 — Meat: Breaking a 2.5 Million Year Old Habit

The planet’s population is due to grow by two billion over the next few decades, and the environmental consequences of feeding all those people with a diet based around eating meat are significant. Follow the hunt for a new, possibly better source of protein on this episode of Trailblazers.