On today's show, we deep dive into the future of VR in the film industry and talk about how drones are doing incredible things. Also, Alison Haislip stops by to talk video games, hosting, "Half Hour Happy Hour," and why she's super interested in Elon Musk.
Alison Haislip ("Conman," "Half Hour Happy Hour") swings by the Tomorrow Daily set and chats about upcoming video games and why she's recently become intrigued by the CEO of Tesla.
The world's most famous visionaries, including Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, are included in a "loose coalition" of experts blamed for artificial intelligence scare tactics.
Technically Incorrect: In a BBC interview, the Tesla CEO says he's not scared about Apple creating its own vehicle and that the Apple car project is an "open secret."
Last month, SpaceX sent satellites to space with a Falcon 9 rocket, landing it safely on Earth 10 minutes later for the first time ever. Now it's ready to go again.
Instead of focusing on fixing the past, this coalition is asking the California Air Resources Board to force VW to take a walk down to Electric Avenue and speed up future tech developments.
Technically Incorrect: In a lengthy interview with GQ, Musk ponders how world wars set technology back.
OpenAI, a research group launched with $1 billion from Elon Musk, Sam Altman and Peter Thiel, aims to make sure artificial intelligence doesn't run amok.
Technically Incorrect: What could be more Thanksgiving-appropriate than Tesla's CEO declaring his love for helping people on one of TV's most popular shows?
While the company and its CEO pay lip service to reaching the Red Planet, how high a priority can it be, really? Pretty high, according to what CNET contributor Eric Mack heard from one investor.