An intimate, enlightening exchange with some of the greatest minds in tech which explore how progress is being shaped today.
Paolo Balboni, professor of applied linguistics at the University of Ca' Foscari Venice, discusses how different countries understand knowledge and learning. How do models and non-verbal codes transform information into corporate knowledge?
Voice, the most common interface that mankind has ever developed, is about to undergo a renaissance, and the reasons why are as natural as the technology that is driving it.
Dr. Tia Kansara talks us through the potential paths humanity may take moving forward, and how a strong education will lead to informed consent in deciding which we should journey down.
Kings College Professor Mischa Dohler explains how we are opening the Artificial Intelligence "black box". Why this is important, and how this will affect our lives in the future.
Bart de Witte, Chair Faculty of Digital Health at future/io Institute and Faculty member of University of Applied Science Zürich and Burgenland, sits down and explain how Artificial Intelligence can redraw the healthcare landscape.
Dov Frohman, former vice president of Intel Corporation and inventor of the erasable programmable read-only memory, sits down and explain the implications of Artificial Intelligence and how this disruptive technology will transform employment and education.
Who we are
Explored through the eyes of entrepreneurial, tech and academically orientated minds, maize is a magazine which explores the most complex elements of technology and creates a conscious awareness of how it intersects with humanity.
Significant Minority Report
We as human beings are engineered to predict risk. When we shake hands with a stranger, we are evolutionarily programmed to detect on their fingers traces for attraction or fear. Director of JVP Venture Capital discusses the ever-growing power of "Predictive Policing" and how technology is surpassing our own human predictive capabilities.
Theorist and entrepreneur, John Clippinger, discusses open sector phenomena and how it presents new opportunities and threats for traditional organizations, as well as for transforming governance.
Closer to Proximity
Robert Walcott, Clinical Professor at Kellogg School of Management, sits down and explains what he calls "Proximity" and how supply chains are undergoing a momentous change in some parts of the world.
How does one become a hacker, neuroscientist, pilot, radio host and storyteller? “A random sequence of events with no planning, that you try to weave into a story in hindsight.” Neuroscientist and Kellogg School of Management Marketing professor Moran Cerf describe his life’s path.
Securing the unsecure
"If you're a hacker you only have to succeed one time if you're security you have to succeed every time." Menny Barzilay, Founder and CEO of FortyTwo, sits down and lays out the impending dangers that billions of affordable, mass-produced IoT devices will bring to the world of security, and how it is impossible for countries today to continue with the idea that physical borders can protect them from the warfare of the modern world.
David Krakauer, evolutionary geneticist, complexity theorist and CEO of the Santa Fe Institute (SFI), takes the long view - sharing his perspective on brain scanning a billion people, the ethical issues posed by technology, and how ideas change us as a species.
The Data Doesn't Lie
Sridhar Iyengar sits down and explains the implications of advancements in machine learning across both the cybersecurity and health industries, how artificial intelligence will augment our capabilities and how human intuition will always have a crucial role in the successes and failures of technology.