Our guest this week is Mark Manley, president, and co-founder of Me-Cycle – a really neat US-based startup designed to help people recycle better and easier through the help of technology. Listen in to learn more about recycling, the consumer mindset, and what we need to focus on to do more for our future.
Machine learning and AI are still in their early “wild wild west days”, to quote our guest this week, John Buyers, who will untangle some of the legal and moral aspects of building systems reliant on these technologies. Have a listen and let us know your thoughts on the subject.
The many ways in which technology is deeply rooted in the fabric of our lives impact us both individually and as a society. Join us in this week’s episode of Tech Reimagined in which together with John Buyers, partner and Head of Commercial Law at Osborne Clarke, we discuss some of them: social scoring, GDPR, terms and conditions, politics and social media.
Today we talked with Matt Bonetti, Head of DX at Hargreaves Lansdown about the challenges that arise when developing technology designed to make people’s lives easier. Tune in to find out how to address them, especially in the case of such complex services and products like the ones in Fintech.
Bradley learns more about Nick Telford-Reed and Adrian Bugaian, experts from the payments industry, including how they got started in their careers and if any lucky breaks played a role in their professional lives.
Bradley challenges two experts from the payments industry to think about the unconventional ways payments will change in the next 20 years, and how close the Western world is to a completely cashless society.