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The Big Questions

Does the Internet of Things have the potential to make life better for most of us? Or could it be too much for a good thing? Host Gwendolyn Regina talks to some very respected technologists and futurists to find out where humanity is headed with regard to IoT.
The Big Questions

The Big Questions - S1E1: The Internet of Everything

11 Mar 2018 08:00pm
Does the Internet of Things have the potential to make life better for most of us? Or could it be too much for a good thing? Host Gwendolyn Regina talks to some very respected technologists and futurists to find out where humanity is headed with regard to IoT.

The Big Questions

About the show:

The Big Questions is an investigative series that explores some of the most pressing issues of our time. Anchored by a different expert host each week, the episodes pose the big questions centred on one big topic to some very original thinkers across the world to uncover their perspectives and predictions for the future.

In episode 1, we explore if the Internet of Things will become the Internet of Everything? Will it make life better for most of us, or will it be too much of a good thing? Host Gwendolyn Regina chats with some leading thinkers for answers. 
In episode 2, we look at the future of work. Is complete automation inevitable, and are machines destined to take over all our jobs? What will it take for Singaporeans to remain relevant in the future?

Host Aaron Maniam talks to Stephen Wolfram, Frederick Laloux, and Ong Ye Kung to find out.

Lastly, is there enough care in healthcare? Host Rebekah Lin finds out if the Singapore healthare system is still fit for purpose.

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