There are so many great conversations that come out of the Question Booth, and we want to share more of them with you. This time around, we have a couple of interviews from our recent question, 'Does everything happen for a reason?'
This week, we speak with two folks from the HowStuffWorks office who would like to change the same thing about themselves for different reasons. We also sit down with Judge Jane Morrison to talk about changing the world instead of yourself.
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? And can you learn to love something about yourself that you once wanted to change? We listen to people's answers and look for ways that we can care for ourselves and each other.
On this week's episode, we speak with HowStuffWorks' host Anney Reese about the relationships between humans and machines in science fiction. We also visit Dr. Mark Riedl at Georgia Tech to learn more about the future of artificial intelligence.
The AI Revolution: The Road to Super-intelligence Article: bit.ly/2ty9KHI
What does it truly mean to be human, and can a machine be human in a world where artificial intelligence is on the rise? This week, we take a listen in on what people think it means to be truly human, and what comforts and scares them about machines.
We had so many great interviews from the booth about feeling different this week that we're taking a deeper dive into the question. Join us as we listen to the ways that people have dealt with feeling like an outsider.
Do we have control of our lives, or is there a guiding hand? Which of these concepts gives you comfort? This week, people in the booth share their stories and respectfully disagree with each other. Special guest: Yves Jeffcoat.
How do our childhood memories shape us? How do we cope with painful events during our most formative years? Dylan and Kathleen consider these questions and bring you stories of loss and strength. Special guest: Natalie Merrill, PhD.