Seeing the Unseen at CES 2020

Seeing the Unseen at CES 2020

Armed with curiosity and access to brilliant people, I was sponsored to go to the Consumer Electronics Show 2020 to see the unseen. Am I now a smart city, autonomous vehicle, and quantum computing expert? That’s hilarious! Do I understand more about what makes these things possible? Absolutely! Whaddya think?

ACLR: How Do You Define Genius?

ACLR: How Do You Define Genius?

Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio where, in this episode, we chomp on the Curiosity Bite about genius. What does it mean to be a genius? How do you know if you’re a genius? Thanks for being relentlessly curious!

ACLR: Why Do You Care About Your Legacy?

ACLR: Why Do You Care About Your Legacy?

Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio where we chomp on the Curiosity Bite exploring when we’ll care about how we’re remembered when we’re dead. Do you care about your legacy? Why? For how long? Thanks for joining the curiosity revolution!

ACLR: Do You Perceive Reality as it Really Is?

ACLR: Do You Perceive Reality as it Really Is?

Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio! In this episode we chomp on the Curiosity Bite that explores how much we think we understand about the nature of our reality. Is our perception real? Is our attempt to understand string theory hilarious or helpful or neither?

ACLR: What’s the Dumbest Thing Someone Has Argued with You About?

ACLR: What’s the Dumbest Thing Someone Has Argued with You About?

Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio where we chomp on this week’s Curiosity Bite exploring why we argue. What’s a good argument?

ACLR: What Should Be the Commandments for the Modern World?

ACLR: What Should Be the Commandments for the Modern World?

Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio! The Curiosity Bite chomps on how you update the Ten Commandments. Do they need updating for the modern world? Can you spot the one glaring omission in many of our commandments, tenets, rules, and laws?

ACLR: How Much of Your Future Do You Think You Can Reliably Predict?

ACLR: How Much of Your Future Do You Think You Can Reliably Predict?

Welcome back to a particularly laughter-filled episode of ACLR. In this episode we chomp on a Curiosity Bite the explores how much we think can predict our future, but only up to a point. What is that point? Is anyone that much better at predicting the future? Are you? Take the test. The answer may surprise you.

ACLR: Do You Have the Right to Know How and Why Decisions are Made for You?

ACLR: Do You Have the Right to Know How and Why Decisions are Made for You?

Welcome back to ACLR where we chomp on the Curiosity Bite that explores how much control we have over the decisions we seem to make. If you found out how many decisions are made for you could you handle the truth? Do you have the right to know? Would you want to know? What would you do with a copy of the Wicked Bible?

ACLR: What Sport Could You Play the Longest Without Anyone Knowing You’re Not a Pro?

ACLR: What Sport Could You Play the Longest Without Anyone Knowing You’re Not a Pro?

Welcome back to ACLR. In this episode we chomp on the Curiosity Bite that explores the craziest sports in the world to consider how accurately we perceive ourselves. Would you be more likely to be perceived as a professional worm charmer, Buzkashi, or octopusher?

ACLR: What are the Hidden Forces that Persuade You?

ACLR: What are the Hidden Forces that Persuade You?

Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio, the podcast for the relentlessly curious. Welcome best selling author, Brian Ahearn to the lab to chomp on the Curiosity Bite that explores the hidden side of how were influenced by others…and how we can use these principles to our ethical, strategic advantage.

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