AmberMac Archive: robots

#TheFeed: LEGO; Data Security; & the Future of Work

TF175: Sid Muthyala, Senior Concept Lead for LEGO Education, explains how their hi-tech approach for the next generation unites the physical and digital world with hands-on learning. Also, we talk to Aaron Shull from the Centre for International Governance Innovation about how to stay safe online and keep your… Read More

#TheFeed: UnMarketing on Gillette; eSight; & Short Video

TF165: We are joined by Scott Stratten from UnMarketing to delve into the new Gillette ad centered around toxic masculinity and question the impact on a brand that tackles social issues. Also, we have Jeff Fenton from eSight who shares how they are working to bring sight to the blind. Read More

#TheFeed: Gift Suggestions; Online Safety; & Smart Toys

TF162: This week, Marc Saltzman recommends his favorite gadgets to gift your loved ones. Also, Amitai Rottem, Product Manager from Windows Defender, reveals how to stay safe while online shopping. Plus, we break down the Top 5 smart toys for your kids this holiday season. In Socially Speaking,… Read More

#TheFeed: Calming Apps; Atolla Skin Lab; & Sophia the Robot

TF160: We speak to Michael Josh from GadgetMatch about apps that can help you stay calm this holiday season. Also, we talk to Megan Maupin from Atolla Skin Lab about how machine learning can help keep your skin healthy. Plus, we ponder why Sophia the Robot performed a duet… Read More

#TheFeed: Student-Built Gifts, Olly the Robot, and FB’s Organic Reach

TF123: We have some student-built gift ideas from Tyler Irving from the University of Toronto’s Engineering Department, including a build-it-yourself robot kit, a revolutionary pressure cooker, and a first-of-its-kind universal hex key, all designed by U of T Engineering alumni and students. We also talk to GadgetMatch’s Michael Josh about… Read More

#TheFeed: Finding Food & Drink, Connected Scooters, & Robot Drivers

TF098: We chat with CurEat’s Steve Managano about a new chef-inspired way to find places to eat or drink in an unfamiliar city. We also speak with Immotor Go founder Daniel Huang on what he learned from making battery accessories that launched him into the world of high-tech, smartphone-connected scooters. Read More