#10 - Gaming will change the future, Sudan's 9/11 bill, and Nobel winner Thomas Mann | Curio

#10 - Gaming will change the future, Sudan's 9/11 bill, and Nobel winner Thomas Mann

65 mins | Sep 10, 2021

Your audio magazine curated by Ryan Broderick to help you sail into the weekend. We've got a packed show for you this week. In the Future View, we'll be looking across gaming to algorithms in job recruitment, and how technology may be changing the world as we know it. This week's Feature, with Saturday marking 20 years since 9/11, this week’s feature, we'll be looking at why Sudan is facing a multibillion dollar bill for the horrific attacks. We'll round off the show, with a great story on what lies at the core of revenge. Ryan Broderick is a freelance journalist who has recently been published in outlets such as The Nation, The Verge, Eater, and Foreign Policy. He writes a newsletter about web culture and technology called Garbage Day and hosts a podcast about online platforms called The Content Mines. 00:01:50 - Section 1 - Future View - MIT Technology Review and Financial Times 00:13:28 - Section 2 - Deep Dive, Features - The Washington Post and 1843 00:43:04 - Section 3 - Conversation Starters - Financial Times and The Guardian

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