Baker’s Half Dozen: Episode 17

Baker’s Half Dozen discusses six and a half things in technology.

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In today’s episode we discuss an interesting op-ed about how robots come in peace. Or is that what they want us to think?! We discuss how introducing game theory will lessen traffic jams. We explore the “love/hate” relationship many of us have with the cloud. And lastly…Underpants-as-a-Service? Why not?

We explain all this and more, on this episode of Baker’s Half Dozen… with Matt Baker!

Episode 17 Show Notes:

Item 1: Robots don’t have a “feeling brain.”

Item 2: What is the Prisoner’s Dilemma paradox?

Item 3: Would you implant a Neuralink?

Item 4: A cloud marriage takes work.

Item 5: Are you aware of the “as-a-service potholes”?

Item 6: Is your business model to scale?

Item 6.5: Elastic underpants.

Bill Crew

About the Author: Bill Crew

Bill is a Creative Producer for Dell Technologies. Everything has a story worth telling, finding the story is the trick! Bill lives in Seattle. Before he started writing creative scripts/concepts, he experimented with various occupations: Sales Trainer, Product Marketing, Analytics… But his favorite job is the one he’s now doing full time — storytelling.