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Subscribers: 2142
Reviews: 6
Episodes: 150

John
 Apr 20, 2024
Getting worse since Mari left couple of years ago. Might stop listening to it soon.

Opinions stated as facts
 Mar 22, 2024

Jonathan
 Dec 6, 2023
Well produced with great topics. There's a decent amount of far left propaganda mixed in tho.

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 Aug 16, 2018

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Monday through Friday, Marketplace demystifies the digital economy in less than 10 minutes. We look past the hype and ask tough questions about an industry that’s constantly changing.


Episode Date
Bytes: Week in Review — Apple’s AI flex, Uber’s legal loss and X’s hidden “likes”
Jun 14, 2024
Greater, newer AI models come with environmental impacts
Jun 13, 2024
Disinformation on elections, migration is spreading in Spanish too
Jun 12, 2024
California AG: Without federal law, kids’ online safety starts with the states
Jun 11, 2024
Reddit’s CEO on why it’s partnering with OpenAI and Google
Jun 10, 2024
Bytes: Week in Review – AI whistleblowers, Facebook’s future, and meme stock backlash
Jun 07, 2024
Deepfake detectors promise to tell truth from AI-generated fiction. Do they work?
Jun 06, 2024
The universe is expanding faster than we thought, Webb Space Telescope shows
Jun 05, 2024
Paris braces for a barrage of cyberattacks
Jun 04, 2024
The dark side of AI in India’s election
Jun 03, 2024
Bytes: Week in Review — OpenAI’s workplace expansion, data center power woes and the ’80s on TikTok
May 31, 2024
Potential TikTok ban stirs anxieties in small-business owners
May 30, 2024
A scientist’s struggle to find the truth behind 3M’s “forever chemicals” problem
May 29, 2024
What to do when combating misinformation gets personal
May 28, 2024
A not-so-furry dog to help the visually impaired
May 27, 2024
Tech Bytes — Week in Review: Online extremism, Section 230, and ScarJo vs. OpenAI
May 24, 2024
NASA scrapped the next phase of its Mars mission. Now what?
May 23, 2024
A professor tries to turn the tables on Section 230’s web protections
May 22, 2024
Why cellphones — and trust — may be affecting polling data
May 21, 2024
“Right-to-mine” crypto laws are making their way across the U.S.
May 20, 2024
Tech Bytes – Week in Review: Google doubles down on AI, ChatGPT gets chatty and Congress charts a path for AI regulation
May 17, 2024
A vital, mostly invisible undersea industry is facing a labor shortage
May 16, 2024
Digital ad spending streams past traditional TV
May 15, 2024
Why deepfakes of foreigners are selling goods on Chinese social media
May 14, 2024
What happened to the “Texas miracle”?
May 13, 2024
Tech Bytes — Week in Review: Layoffs at Tesla, OpenAI’s deepfake detector and lots of new iPads
May 10, 2024
How scammers hijack their victims’ brains
May 09, 2024
Pinterest CEO wants to build a “more positive version of social media”
May 08, 2024
Millions of Americans could lose home internet access next month
May 07, 2024
Rethinking the lifecycle of AI when it comes to deepfakes and kids
May 06, 2024
Tech Bytes — Week in Review: Walmart health centers, VCs and Bumble
May 03, 2024
AI is surpassing humans in several areas, Stanford report says
May 02, 2024
Can life exist on Europa, Jupiter’s moon?
May 01, 2024
Deepfakes and online misinformation in India’s election
Apr 30, 2024
Atlas, forefather of humanoid robots, gives way to next generation
Apr 29, 2024
Tech Bytes — Week in Review: The TikTok ban, the end of noncompetes and Sony’s EV
Apr 26, 2024
Inside Amazon’s business tactics and company culture
Apr 25, 2024
Training for the next crisis with “serious games”
Apr 24, 2024
Why the Ai Pin fell flat
Apr 23, 2024
When a senior is ill, can an algorithm decide length of care?
Apr 22, 2024
Tech Bytes — Week in Review: Amazon, deepfakes & the creator economy
Apr 19, 2024
How science could disrupt the gin industry
Apr 18, 2024
Scientists try to prevent “forever chemicals” from being a forever problem
Apr 17, 2024
How Arizona is preparing for AI-powered election misinformation
Apr 16, 2024
The 65-year-old computer system at the heart of American business
Apr 15, 2024
Tesla settles Autopilot suit, inflation spooks tech investors and Biden’s CHIPS Act pledges $6.6B for domestic chipmaking
Apr 12, 2024
The race to resurrect the dodo
Apr 11, 2024
The rise of AI fashion models
Apr 10, 2024
The hidden meanings of the AI industry’s favorite words
Apr 09, 2024
Facial recognition part of Israel’s arsenal in Gaza war
Apr 08, 2024
The FCC tackles net neutrality, Google commits to voiding billions of data records and Jon Stewart spills about working with Apple
Apr 05, 2024
Why are fake obituaries cluttering Google — and upsetting loved ones?
Apr 04, 2024
Why there’s no TikTok in China
Apr 03, 2024
Can deepfakes be used for the greater good? 
Apr 02, 2024
Who benefits from a national AI program?
Apr 01, 2024
Florida bars kids from social media, EV charging tips to make your money go farther and AI ambitions at Apple’s developer fest
Mar 29, 2024
Government pressures tech behind the scenes, says former Facebook employee. It’s called jawboning.
Mar 28, 2024
What a privacy organization and Big Tech’s lead lobbying group think about internet regulation
Mar 27, 2024
Africa’s gaming market is expected to top $1 billion in 2024
Mar 26, 2024
Why crypto has made a comeback in the Philippines
Mar 25, 2024
Lawsuits, fines and the tech at the heart of it all
Mar 22, 2024
What it means for nations to have “AI sovereignty”
Mar 21, 2024
AI manipulation and the liar’s dividend
Mar 20, 2024
What Redditors think about the Reddit IPO
Mar 19, 2024
Makers of electric roasters pitch carbon cutting in coffee making
Mar 18, 2024
TikTok faces the hammer, Sam Altman returns to OpenAI’s board, and Waymo’s driverless taxis come to Los Angeles
Mar 15, 2024
What a TikTok ban would mean for free speech and data privacy
Mar 14, 2024
The Biden administration hasn’t had a CTO. Why?
Mar 13, 2024
States and schools are learning how to manage AI in education
Mar 12, 2024
AI can’t handle the truth when it comes to the law
Mar 11, 2024
EU fines Apple over competition, Change Healthcare cyberattack drags on, and Max will join the crackdown on password sharing
Mar 08, 2024
The San Francisco Fed chief says Silicon Valley is thriving, but “in transitional waters”
Mar 07, 2024
One year after “all hell broke loose” at Silicon Valley Bank
Mar 06, 2024
Deepfakes and the 2024 election season
Mar 05, 2024
Spotting tech-driven disinformation isn’t getting easier
Mar 04, 2024
A boost for data privacy policy, Nvidia’s chip shortage eases and Apple steers away from electric cars
Mar 01, 2024
Voting precincts are steadily moving away from paperless machines
Feb 29, 2024
DOE’s Granholm drives campaign to make EV batteries a U.S. industry
Feb 28, 2024
Will we remember any of the fast-paced “trendbait” slang on TikTok?
Feb 27, 2024
How NetChoice became Big Tech’s ally against social media regulation
Feb 26, 2024
Amazon to join the Dow, VCs steer away from China’s startups, and Rivian’s cold EV winter
Feb 23, 2024
When cellphones fail, landlines are still a lifeline
Feb 22, 2024
Want to quit your smartphone?
Feb 21, 2024
Would you trust a cancer screening by artificial intelligence?
Feb 20, 2024
Vibrating suits offer a new way to experience music
Feb 19, 2024
A $7 trillion chips moonshot, AI-fueled cyberattacks, and Disney’s bet on gaming
Feb 16, 2024
How a comprehensive federal privacy law could protect kids online
Feb 15, 2024
Dating apps can get pretty intimate with your data
Feb 14, 2024
In spite of plummeting valuation, 23andMe still aims to pivot into biotech
Feb 13, 2024
For Uvalde families, social media is a tool to share grief and energize advocacy
Feb 12, 2024
FCC cracks down on AI robocall scams, Meta tightens oversight of AI content and Sen. Klobuchar discusses Section 230 reform
Feb 09, 2024
What does it take to protect children online?
Feb 08, 2024
The Department of Energy will track energy used in crypto mining
Feb 07, 2024
Pumped-storage hydropower could help renewable energy flow
Feb 06, 2024
Apple’s Vision Pro is finally here. What took so long?
Feb 05, 2024
Tech CEOs grilled by Congress, Microsoft still leads in AI, and Neuralink touts its human brain implant
Feb 02, 2024
What the “grief tech” industry says about how we navigate loss
Feb 01, 2024
The many battles in the lithium and critical minerals revolution
Jan 31, 2024
More people are buying EVs, but there aren’t enough mechanics to fix them
Jan 30, 2024
Why carbon capture isn’t a magic bullet solution to the climate crisis
Jan 29, 2024
Layoffs continue, Silicon Valley renews romance with Middle East money and why Netflix is retiring its no-ads basic tier
Jan 26, 2024
How satellite radar helps scientists map the destruction in Gaza
Jan 25, 2024
The anonymous world of “extreme privacy”
Jan 24, 2024
AI reveals unseen human activity across the world’s oceans
Jan 23, 2024
Bitcoin has gone mainstream. For crypto, that’s controversial.
Jan 22, 2024
How the C-suite sees AI, what’s next for CRISPR and why health tech needs better marketing
Jan 19, 2024
Spot bitcoin investment funds likely to stoke miners’ massive energy use
Jan 18, 2024
The demise of Hyperloop One and the future of high-speed transport
Jan 17, 2024
Could “hydropanels” help solve the water crisis?
Jan 16, 2024
Can robots make us less lonely?
Jan 15, 2024
AI in the workplace, where venture capital will flow and age tech at CES
Jan 12, 2024
Can tech help improve your sleep?
Jan 11, 2024
At CES, a look down the long road ahead for automotive tech
Jan 10, 2024
What to watch for at CES
Jan 09, 2024
Women still hold just a third of clean energy jobs, Fuller Project says
Jan 08, 2024
Tesla updates driver assistance software, Apple’s rocky start to the year and the personal tech to keep an eye on in 2024
Jan 05, 2024
Is Big Tech using philanthropy to influence universities?
Jan 04, 2024
The ins and outs of reporting on Facebook
Jan 03, 2024
Using the internet to connect users to queer-owned spaces around the world
Jan 02, 2024
For many, AI is a religious experience (rerun)
Jan 01, 2024
What happened to the Metaverse?
Dec 29, 2023
Crypto comes to the classroom
Dec 28, 2023
RIP, Netflix DVD
Dec 27, 2023
Preserving Indigenous cultures and languages with the help of AI
Dec 26, 2023
The cloud’s heavy toll on natural resources (rerun)
Dec 25, 2023
A week of legal troubles for Big Tech
Dec 22, 2023
Long lines and broken chargers: Demand for powering EVs outpaces infrastructure
Dec 21, 2023
Are lab-grown diamonds dazzling consumers?
Dec 20, 2023
EU’s tech regulatory framework protects its consumers, but can slow down innovation
Dec 19, 2023
How AI could help families get paid leave benefits
Dec 18, 2023
Europe’s landmark AI law, Google’s court loss and the data behind nearly 100 billion hours of Netflix
Dec 15, 2023
Meta has a problem with hosting predators on its platforms
Dec 14, 2023
Bug bounty hunters’ attempt at patching zero day vulnerabilities
Dec 13, 2023
Tech companies want marketable web addresses. These island nations are selling them.
Dec 12, 2023
The green bubble vs. blue bubble debate isn’t just a tech issue
Dec 11, 2023
Layoffs hit Spotify, Google launches its Gemini AI tool — oh, and an unexpected Cameo star
Dec 08, 2023
Tired of trying to protect your data privacy? You’ve got “consent fatigue.”
Dec 07, 2023
Meta’s pixel code tracks students from kindergarten to college
Dec 06, 2023
Can biofuel help clean up airline emissions?
Dec 05, 2023
A controversial U.S. surveillance program expires this month. Will it be renewed?
Dec 04, 2023
One year of ChatGPT, fast fashion’s plan to go public and more trouble for Elon Musk
Dec 01, 2023
Big advertisers flee X as Musk spotlights antisemitic content
Nov 30, 2023
The bust after the boom hits the video game business
Nov 29, 2023
Being an influencer sounds great, but is it really that glamorous?
Nov 28, 2023
Menopause technology could finally be having its moment
Nov 27, 2023
What venture capital is thinking after a week of high drama and shakeups in tech
Nov 24, 2023
Older video games are in danger of going extinct (rerun)
Nov 23, 2023
Kids prep for YouTube careers at content creator camp
Nov 22, 2023
Why OpenAI’s board fired CEO Sam Altman
Nov 21, 2023
How is crypto doing in a post-Sam Bankman-Fried world?
Nov 20, 2023