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Ep 11 - Climate Tech and COP26!


00:00 Start
01:57 The Stand-Up
11:16 Social Engineering
17:16 This Week's Epic
30:39 News Bytes
37:23 The Wash Up

It's been a week dominated by COP26, so we're turning our attention to some of the latest developments in climate tech, looking at whether green tech startups could be the key to saving the planet, and discussing how an individual's contributions stack up against companies who aren't doing their bit.

We've also got our usual stand-up updates (although they're heavy on things that we can't talk about yet) and our News Bytes section, where we discuss the chip shortage and we ask an AI bot to solve some of the podcast's longest-running philosophical problems.


YouTube: Pikmin Bloom trailer

CNBC: Peloton shares collapse 35% as momentum for its at-home fitness equipment slows

Sky News: Sex And The City reboot And Just Like That...

Prime Video: Kevin Can F Himself

BBC News: First pill to treat Covid gets approval in UK

Jesper Ottosen: Using MTTR to Understand When to Test

LinkedIn: Senior Test Manager - easyJet Holidays vacancy

Gov.UK: World leaders join UK's Glasgow Breakthroughs to speed up affordable clean tech worldwide

UK Tech News: These startups are fuelling London's climate tech startup boom

The Engineer: Reaction Engines spin-out launches green ammonia solution

Fodors Travel: Blimp Travel Might Be Making a Comeback Soon. Seriously.

The Guardian: Big oil coined 'carbon footprints' to blame us for their greed. Keep them on the hook

Wired: Stop Telling Kids They'll Die From Climate Change

Ars Technica: No end in sight for chip shortage as supply chain problems pile up

Allen Insitute for AI: Ask Delphi

The Verge: The AI oracle of Delphi uses the problems of Reddit to offer dubious moral advice

The Guardian: 'Is it OK to …': the bot that gives you an instant moral judgment

The Verge: Twitter taught Microsoft's AI chatbot to be a racist asshole in less than a day

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