From Black Mirror to The Twilight Zone, we explore why the sci-fi genre has always been a hit amongst American audiences.
This week on Culture Crash, we highlight the six-part series “The Forward” – a riveting sci-fi read that’s full of twists and turns.
Amazon has recruited popular authors to take a stab at creating a Twilight Zone-esq, six-part book series.
While electric is seen as the future, for many Americans these newer cars are often out of reach because of the hefty price tag. We speak with two experts about this current market and what progress is being made to make EV’s more available to all.
From “Interstellar” to “Solaris”, we love a good sci-fi movie that transports us to a new dimension and time. We highlight some of our favorites and why the genre continues to be popular.
The Forward is a science fiction series comprising of six short novellas written by prominent authors in the genre. We discuss what we like about this unique format.
With billions across the world staying home right now due to coronavirus, air pollution in many major cities has cleared making way for blue skies and new views of nature. This week, Viewpoints speaks with journalist and author Thomas Kostigen about the role of geoengineering in tackling another approaching global crisis: climate change.
Between Alexa, Google and Siri, artificial intelligence is here. But looking forward, AI will only get more and more intelligent. Author and researcher James Rollins discusses why AI has long scared scientists and storytellers, and what the future of our technology could look like if we aren’t careful.
Internet pioneer Steve Case discusses the third wave of technology that will bring tech from the first wave more fully into our every day lives.
We are a culture that’s obsessed with the future and technology. We want to “seize the future” like no other generation before, and become available to anyone 24/7 through the internet, wifi and cell phones. Our guests address these phenomena and discuss why it’s happening and how concentrating too much on the future and the internet affects our world, our …