Trailblazers Podcast

Join Walter Isaacson as he explores digital disruption and innovators using tech to enable human progress – at your own pace. Play any of the Trailblazers episodes here.
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Trailblazers host:Walter Isaacson

Trailblazers host: Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson, former CNN chairman and CEO, is your guide through the narratives and nuances of Trailblazers. The acclaimed author of the New York Times bestseller "The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution" is also the president of the Aspen Institute, a nonpartisan educational and policy studies organization.

3.5 – VR: What’s Possible in Reality?

Duration 28:16

Virtual Reality has become almost too real. But from early steps forward in video gaming technology to educational, healthcare and …

3.4 – Politics: The Medium is the Message

Duration 32:36

Elections have changed mightily since the days of whistle-stop campaigns and print ads. They’ve evolved into a constant dialogue between …

3.3 – Formula 1: The Race to Keep Pace

Duration 25:00

The drive for innovation is as fast as it is furious. But at what cost? Hear how drivers, engineers and data scientists have partnered to make Formula One safer, faster and more entertaining.

3.2 – Watches: Innovation on Time

Duration 24:24

Walter Isaacson and guests engage in a timely discussion on how humans throughout history answer one of our most fundamental questions: “When?”So, what makes the industry tick? And how can we expect time to change in the future?

3.1 – Batteries: The Power of Portable Power

Duration 25:48

From primitive jars to cells smaller than the eye can see, we explore how batteries have increased in power, decreased …

2.13: Agriculture: Can vertical and urban farming feed the world?

Duration 30:21

Host Walter Isaacson talks farming. How did the mechanical reaper change the way we harvest? Can vertical farming help feed our ever-growing cities? Will AI, machine learning and the Internet of Things make farms more efficient?