“People don’t realize the impact AI already has on their daily lives, and I think that’s because it’s shrouded in so many layers of complexity that they sometimes think stories about it aren’t for them,” Strong said. “I’ve made a career out of stripping away layers and uncomplicating complicated stories, from public policy to emerging technologies, and the creation of this show is something I’ve been thinking about for a very long time. This has been an absolute passion project and I’m delighted to finally give it to listeners.”
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