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Hosted by technology journalist Christina Warren, “Networked: The 5G Future” explores all of the ways this revolutionary technology can help change the way we work, live and thrive. Through interviews with experts across industries like healthcare, gaming, music and sports, we’ll gain an understanding of the problems Verizon 5G can help solve and take a peek into the future. Covering topics like the evolution of virtual learning, the next generation of gaming and the future of live sports, we’ll break down real-world challenges, and learn how Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband can help these innovators make a bigger impact. Hear from the CEO of ZocDoc, the world builders behind Pokémon GO, and many more. Subscribe to “Networked: The 5G Future,” presented by Verizon and T Brand at The New York Times.
The Learning Curve
What’s the role of technology in education? Though nothing can replace the in-person warmth, skill and experience of a teacher, new technologies are helping reinvent the classroom experience to suit our current needs with the help of 5G. In this episode, host Christina Warren talks to Emily Cole, a fifth-grade teacher, about the importance of connecting with students from a distance. Then she’ll discuss the role of A.I. in the classroom with Dr. Ashok Goel, a computer science professor at Georgia Tech. Finally, she’ll connect with Idris Brewster, the Chief Technology Officer of the non-profit Movers and Shakers, about how he’s using augmented reality to create engaging educational experiences.
|Oct 14, 2020|
Welcome to Networked: The 5G Future
Every new network brings with it a new opportunity for innovation. Join host Christina Warren as she connects with industry experts to understand how 5G can transform healthcare, music, sports, and all the ways we work, live and thrive. Explore how 5G can bring innovation to every corner of our lives. “Networked: The 5G Future,” is a new podcast by Verizon and T Brand at The New York Times.
|Sep 29, 2020|