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The Future of Everything presented by Stanford Engineering

By Stanford Radio

In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything.

  1. 1.
    Mehran Sahami: The evolution of computer science education08/23/2019
    28:00
  2. 2.
    John Markoff: The past, present and future of Silicon Valley08/16/2019
    28:00
  3. 3.
    James Landay: What’s next in human-computer interaction?07/19/2019
    27:59
  4. 4.
    Sylvia Plevritis: Better cancer treatment through data07/19/2019
    27:59
  5. 5.
    Jeremy Weinstein: Technology in the public interest07/12/2019
    28:01
  6. 6.
    Kari Nadeau: Science takes on food allergies06/28/2019
    28:31
  7. 7.
    Monica Lam: Privacy in the age of virtual assistants06/04/2019
    28:01
  8. 8.
    Sharad Goel: How hidden bias affects the criminal justice system05/31/2019
    28:14
  1. 9.
    Paul Yock: Innovation in medical technology05/06/2019
    28:02
  2. 10.
    Margaret Brandeau: Math and computers help reshape health policy05/06/2019
    27:58
  3. 11.
    Tony Oro: Stem cell therapies for incurable diseases04/22/2019
    29:03
  4. 12.
    Michelle Monje: New therapies for brain cancer04/22/2019
    27:57
  5. 13.
    Dennis Wall: The changing face of autism diagnosis and treatment04/03/2019
    28:06
  6. 14.
    Xiaolin Zheng: New benefits of combustion revealed03/12/2019
    27:58
  7. 15.
    Londa Schiebinger: Why does gender matter?03/06/2019
    28:17
  8. 16.
    Billy Loo: “FLASH” radiation therapy brings hope to cancer patients03/05/2019
    27:45
  9. 17.
    Carlos Bustamante: Genomics has a diversity problem02/14/2019
    28:13
  10. 18.
    ​Robert Reich: Is it time to rethink philanthropy?02/11/2019
    28:26
  11. 19.
    Toomas Ilves: Lessons in digital democracy from Estonia02/04/2019
    27:46
  12. 20.
    Nigam Shah: Artificial Intelligence transforms health care12/20/2018
    28:01
  13. 21.
    Paul Oyer: Where, exactly, is the gig economy taking us?12/20/2018
    27:59
  14. 22.
    Alex Stamos: How do we preserve free speech in the era of fake news?12/20/2018
    31:52
  15. 23.
    Adina Sterling: How will artificial intelligence change hiring?12/20/2018
    24:07
  16. 24.
    Greg Beroza: Data helps prepare us for ‘The Big One’11/17/2018
    28:56
  17. 25.
    ​Anne Kiremidjian: Cities built to endure disaster11/17/2018
    27:04
  18. 26.
    Annelise Barron: The battle against Alzheimer’s is reinvigorated10/24/2018
    28:45
  19. 27.
    ​Marshall Burke: The impact of climate change on human behavior09/22/2018
    28:12
  20. 28.
    Riana Pfefferkorn: How are the boundaries of digital privacy shifting?09/22/2018
    27:45
  21. 29.
    David Magnus: How will artificial intelligence impact medical ethics?09/08/2018
    28:46
  22. 30.
    ​Balaji Prabhakar: Can digital incentives help alleviate traffic?09/08/2018
    27:16
  23. 31.
    Dan Boneh: Still in early days, Blockchain is rich with possibility07/28/2018
    29:04
  24. 32.
    Gopi Shah Goda: You’re probably not saving enough for retirement07/28/2018
    26:55
  25. 33.
    Jeffrey Pfeffer: Your job is killing you07/14/2018
    28:52
  26. 34.
    ​Sarah Billington: How we shape our buildings — and how they shape us07/14/2018
    27:03
  27. 35.
    Anna Grzymala-Busse: Lessons from the rise of global populism06/30/2018
    27:26
  28. 36.
    ​Andrew Grotto: Combating cyberthreats in the age of the cloud06/16/2018
    27:16
  29. 37.
    Anna Lembke: How do we fight the disease of addiction?06/16/2018
    27:46
  30. 38.
    ​Martha Crenshaw: Fighting terrorism in the age of social media06/02/2018
    25:54
  31. 39.
    Fred Turner: The 60s counterculture roots of today’s social networks05/19/2018
    25:20
  32. 40.
    Maya Rossin-Slater: Health policy and its impact on families05/19/2018
    26:34
  33. 41.
    Jeremy Bailenson: Taking a grand tour of the latest in virtual reality05/05/2018
    28:00
  34. 42.
    Michal Kosinski: Living in a post-privacy world04/21/2018
    29:04
  35. 43.
    ​Roz Naylor: Changing how — and what — the world eats04/21/2018
    26:59
  36. 44.
    Craig Criddle: Redefining waste treatment04/07/2018
    27:40
  37. 45.
    Michael Fischbach: Making sense of the gut biome04/07/2018
    28:19
  38. 46.
    ​Michael Bernstein: Welcome to the future of crowdsourcing03/24/2018
    29:35
  39. 47.
    Paul Wise: Saving the children, on the frontlines of war03/24/2018
    26:22
  40. 48.
    Maneesh Agrawala: Artificial intelligence comes to multimedia02/24/2018
    28:06
  41. 49.
    Sarah Heilshorn: Building replacement parts for the human body02/24/2018
    27:51
  42. 50.
    Jennifer Cochran: Guided missiles target cancer02/10/2018
    27:10
  43. 51.
    Manu Prakash: The physics of biology02/10/2018
    28:50
  44. 52.
    David Relman: What dolphins can teach us about our own health01/27/2018
    27:49
  45. 53.
    ​Megan Palmer: How do we solve the security challenges in biotech?11/11/2017
    29:17
  46. 54.
    ​Marco Pavone: How autonomy is shaping the future of space exploration10/28/2017
    28:03
  47. 55.
    Audrey Shafer: Why Frankenstein still holds a mirror to modern science10/28/2017
    27:57
  48. 56.
    Jenny Suckale: A Better Plan B for Managing Disasters10/21/2017
    26:07
  49. 57.
    ​Allison Okamura: Exploring the next big thing in modern robotics10/21/2017
    29:49
  50. 58.
    David Lentink: What small birds teach us about the physics of flight10/07/2017
    27:22
  51. 59.
    Debbie Senesky: Developing electronics for the extremes of space10/07/2017
    27:10
  52. 60.
    ​Euan Ashley: Exploring a new age of medical diagnostics09/09/2017
    27:52
  53. 61.
    Kwabena Boahen: What does the next generation of computers look like?08/26/2017
    28:26
  54. 62.
    ​Per Enge: How safe and secure is GPS?08/26/2017
    27:36
  55. 63.
    Emmanuel Mignot: Sleep impacts our lives in ways we might not even recognize08/19/2017
    27:54
  56. 64.
    Amy Zegart: How vulnerable are we to cyber attacks?08/19/2017
    28:08
  57. 65.
    Pamela Hinds: How do you get the most out of a global team?08/05/2017
    28:09
  58. 66.
    Jure Leskovec: The power of social networks08/05/2017
    27:56
  59. 67.
    Pat Brown: Where’s the beef? How plants could be used to build a better burger.06/17/2017
    26:19
  60. 68.
    John Dabiri: Technology inspired by nature06/17/2017
    29:39
  61. 69.
    Jennifer Dionne: The power of light06/03/2017
    28:16
  62. 70.
    David Eagleman: Adding to the senses06/03/2017
    27:41
  63. 71.
    Drew Endy: ​Exploring the biotechnology revolution05/20/2017
    27:57
  64. 72.
    Fei-Fei Li and Chris Gerdes: ​The future of artificial intelligence and self-driving cars05/06/2017
    56:01
  65. 73.
    Oussama Khatib: “Bringing a new revolution in robotics”04/29/2017
    28:26
  66. 74.
    Christina Smolke: How to grow better painkillers and other medications04/29/2017
    27:37
  67. 75.
    Carolyn Bertozzi: How the sugars on the surface of human cells affect our health04/08/2017
    27:35
  68. 76.
    Audrey Bowden: What is the future of medical diagnostics?03/25/2017
    27:50
  69. 77.
    David Camarillo: What can we do to protect ourselves from concussions?03/25/2017
    26:46
  70. 78.
    Zhenan Bao: Bendable Electronics03/11/2017
    27:57
  71. 79.
    Janine Zacharia: What is the future of media?03/11/2017
    26:03
  72. 80.
    Andrea Goldsmith: ​What is the future of wireless networking and communications?02/25/2017
    28:01
  73. 81.
    Hank Greely: ​How babies (will) get made02/25/2017
    28:01
  74. 82.
    Jennifer Granick: ​Our digital fingerprints are everywhere. How do we protect ourselves?02/11/2017
    27:59
  75. 83.
    Marc Salit: What is the future of genome measurement?02/11/2017
    28:00

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