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How computers and digital technology affect our lives around the world. Presented by Gareth Mitchell. Available for download weekly on Tuesdays.

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  • Eric Schmidt; UK’s Digital Democracy; digital ID; The Sun

    Tue, 27 Jan 15

    Duration:
    38 mins

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    Click deconstructs Eric Schmidt’s assertion that in the future the internet will disappear. Plus the UK’s Digital Democracy Commission’s report; India’s controversial digital ID scheme; The Sun Stands Still

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  • Technology and Democracy

    Tue, 20 Jan 15

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    52 mins

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    A special report on how technology has influenced the evolution of democracy

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  • Paris Surveillance Lessons; #ISurvivedEbola; MyCleanCity App; Ex_Machina

    Tue, 13 Jan 15

    Duration:
    37 mins

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    In the aftermath of the Paris attacks what are the lessons about surveillance and tech?; A new app for survivors of Ebola helps tell their stories and provide hope other sufferers; A report on the Malaysian app that aims to clean up the streets and corruption; Alex Garland talks about the future of Artificial Intelligence as explained in his new film Ex_Machina

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  • New Year's Tech Resolutions; Porto Mesh on the Buses; Pocket Spacecraft; Autodesk pop-up 3D printing

    Tue, 6 Jan 15

    Duration:
    34 mins

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    Click's top tips for the New Year's tech resolutions; Portugal's mobile Wi-Fi network keeps commuters connected on the buses; Pocket Spacecraft crowd-sources space exploration project; 3D printing continues its inexorable rise – now in Paris

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  • Wearable Technologies

    Tue, 30 Dec 14

    Duration:
    32 mins

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    A special edition of Click from the BBC’s Radio Theatre charts the evolution of wearable technologies such as Google Glass, life-logging cameras and Sixth Sense gestural interfaces

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