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20 March 2017
Almost two years ago, the United States had virtually a failing grade in infrastructure according to the American Society of Civil Engineers. In this update, Chris Ayers and Chase Raz explore the curret Infrastructure Report Card from THe ASCE and reveal that not much has changed as the U.S. still has a near-failing grade. Priorities, responsibilities, and potential technological next steps are discussed in this follow up to Episode 11.
06 March 2017
Tech startups aren't just in Silicon Valley anymore. Okay, well, most of them are, but their target markets are much more diversified. From agriculture to deliver, Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward explore their own Top 5 lists of new and exciting startups to pay attention to over the next few months and years.
20 February 2017
Chris Ayers explains the basics of Agile to Chase Raz. They discuss the Agile development process and its impact on I.T. and software development as well as project management and business operations. Basic terms will be introduced and a general understanding of how a team functions under Agile, or a variant of Agile called Scrum, is explored.
13 February 2017
Christopher Woodward has absolutely no idea what to make of this topic, other than to make it into a joke. Chase Raz takes Christopher, and you as our listener, on a wild ride into the future where social networks and dating services merge and stay with you throughout your life. Including when you're happily married! No, we're not advocating for polyamorous relationships, but rather a future where relationships are created and managed with the help of machine learning tools such as artificial intelligence.
23 January 2017
16 January 2017
The Detroit Auto Show may be going on, but what is going on in the automotive field that relates with business and technology? Marc Christ, the Host and Technical Producer of Detroit Muscle TV, joins Chase Raz to explore electric and hybrid vehicles, explain how the sun powers everything, and talk about how transportation might look in the 22nd century as not only population increases but also population density.
10 January 2017
You checked the CES news all last week, but it didn't mean very much. The event seems to be nothing but a bunch of cheaply made yet overpriced electronic trinkets. What were you supposted to learn about business and the market from the show? Chase Raz will add some perspective and help you apply the news you read into insights for your profession by adding business perspective.
27 December 2016
All of the hosts, and our one guest ever, come together to predict business technology for 2017. The common denomenators are that everyone seems to think that bots are going to be really big business, virtual reality isn't going away, and that business and consumer pressure for renewable energy is undeniable.
12 December 2016
Work is for work, or is it? Chase Raz and Chris Ayers explore whether all work and no play make them dull boys or more productive employees. Put down your office PS4 controller and meet us at the parking lot basketball court to examine employee recreation at work.
05 December 2016
Sci-fi always seems to have nothing to do with business at first, but then you remember that almost every major tech and business breakthrough in the last half century has been predicted or inspired by fiction. Join Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward in tipping you off on the technologies to monitor for competitive advantages.