How digital technology affects our lives around the world. Presented by Gareth Mitchell. Podcast weekly on Tuesdays.
Tue, 18 Jun 13
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How technology might have helped relieve the traffic jam in Beijing that went on for twelve days. Click reports on letting technology take the strain out of commuting
Tue, 11 Jun 13
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Sao Paulo, with a population of 11 million, is renowned for traffic jams that can be over 200 km. Can technology help to break the gridlock? A report from the New Cities Summit
Tue, 4 Jun 13
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Gareth Mitchell reports from the Venice Biennale; and hears how artists are using digital tools to make art; and illustrating the world’s technological advances through their ar.t
Tue, 28 May 13
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The BBC unveils its Perceptive Radio; how to take a 3D image without a camera; and the app that lets you text and walk without accident.
Tue, 21 May 13
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Gareth Mitchell investigates our desire to switch to auto-pilot. How close are we to letting the vehicle take all of the strain – to a future where, through clever computing, the fully automated vehicle takes over responsibility for getting the driver to his or her destination?
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