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November 13, 2019
Esports exist at the intersection of sports and gaming, allowing loyal fans across leagues to become part of the game. Two industry leaders describe the market's rapid growth and explain how tech is evolving to meet the higher demand for more innovative and immersive entertainment. Guests: • Amanda Sanyal, Director of Digital Marketing, Logitech G • Tatiana Tacca, Director of eSports, Momentum Worldwide
November 8, 2019
DnaNudge helps shoppers make the healthiest food choices by providing personalized DNA-based nutritional recommendations. Learn how this digital health product empowers consumers to take control of their health by offering a simpler way of analyzing data. Guests: • Professor Chris Toumazou, CEO and Co-founder of DnaNudge • Jonathan Pearson-Stuttard, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow, School of Public Health, Imperial College London
November 5, 2019
Learn about the latest advancements enabling drones to perform a wider variety of capabilities and the policies developing in response to this rapid evolution. We speak with the FAA Administrator and an academic leader facilitating drone testing for a better understanding of how the tech industry must prepare consumers and policymakers for a future with drones. Guests: • Steve Dickson, Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration • Mark Blanks, Director, Virginia Tech Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnershi
October 30, 2019
Since July of 2018, the U.S. consumer tech sector has paid more than $14 billion in tariffs, drastically hindering industry-wide innovation and for some companies, even survival. Our episode begins with a firsthand account of a company’s struggles in the face of extreme costs followed by the perspective of an expert who has spent her entire career analyzing trade patterns. Guests: • Deena Ghazarian, Founder and CEO, Austere • Sage Chandler, Vice President—International Trade, Consumer Technology As
October 22, 2019
Smart cities are not one category of technology on their own. Their success requires merging the latest in 5G, transportation, energy, data and more, making them a hotbed for innovation. Two industry experts explain what goes into developing a smart city and how they are expected to evolve as other technologies and the needs of consumers advance. Guests: • Jason Nelson, Executive Director—Partnership Engagement, Smart Cities Council • Steve Koenig, Vice President—Research, Consumer Technology Asso
October 15, 2019
Our first guest shares how this company has created personal health care products for 200 years, even sending the first toothbrush into space. Then, we hear how this nonprofit has served heart patients since World War II. Learn how industry leaders are integrating digital health into historic organizations and moving the health industry forward. Guests: • Lisa Ernst, Vice President of Oral & Personal Health Care R&D, Procter & Gamble • Brendan Mullen, Executive Vice President, American College of Cardi
October 8, 2019
Vehicle tech encompasses more than just cars. Anything that moves can integrate emerging tech like autonomous software, internet connectivity and artificial intelligence. Hear leaders in agriculture and recreational boating prove how every company is a tech company. Guests: • Dr. Julian Sanchez, Director—Precision Agriculture Strategy & Business Development, Deere & Company • David Foulkes, CEO, Brunswick Corporation
October 2, 2019
We’re exploring how tech allows spectators to immerse themselves in sports and getting to know the innovators behind this tech. In this episode, we learn how connectivity engages fans of the most technologically advanced sport in the world—Formula 1. We also discuss the ways data is improving everything in athletics, from performance to inclusion, with a veteran of sports startups. Guests: • Murray Barnett, Head of Global Sponsorship & Commercial Partnerships, Formula 1 • Jill Stelfox, Co-CEO,
September 24, 2019
Advancements in streaming and app developing are helping leaders in brand marketing and content creation connect with audiences in new ways. Hear from the president of iHeartMedia, the radio outlet with the largest reach in America, and a senior executive from entertainment titan Discovery, Inc. about how they're integrating traditional media and digital media. Guests: • Conal Byrne, President, iHeartPodcast Network • Michael Bishara, Group SVP and GM, Discovery, Inc.
September 17, 2019
In this episode, we do a deep dive into accessibility technology. We get a first-person perspective on what a day is like engaging with tech when visually impaired. We also hear from an association that takes a proactive approach to preparing people to use the tech they will need as they age. Guests: • Matt Ater, Vice President, Vispero • Richard Robinson, Vice President of Product—Enterprise Strategy and Innovation, AARP Innovation Labs
September 10, 2019
Our two guests, who both work for a trust fund housed within the World Bank, discuss their vision for a world where resilient societies manage and adapt to ever-changing disasters. We look at how they are piloting innovative ways to manage disaster risks using technology. Guests: • Emma Phillips Solomon, Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery • Vivien Deparday, Disaster Risk Management Specialist, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recove
September 4, 2019
This episode, we are discussing a key emerging technology—digital health. We are fortunate to have two guests, each representing very different and exciting elements within this sector. The CEO of NEOFECT shares the personal reasons for why he started his company and the Chief Digital Health & Analytics officer at Humana talks about the ways her company is emphasizing data-driven health results. Guests: • Heather Cox, Chief Digital Health & Analytics Officer, Humana • Scott Kimm, Co-founder and CEO,
August 20, 2019
This week we're talking all about education in technology. Our first guest is the Founder and CEO of a cutting edge startup that focuses on using robotics in early education. We also have the Director of Research for the Consumer Technology Association talking about new research from CTA that is focused on how students are using technology to access education anytime and anywhere. Guests: • Elnaz Sarraf, Founder and CEO, Roybi Robot • Lesley Rohrbaugh, Director of Research, Consumer Technology Associa
August 7, 2019
This episode is all about a segment of technology that has seen exponential growth—pet tech. Two innovative companies, who are trying to make their names in this space, are on the podcast today. One company helps your pets live healthier lives and the other bills itself as “23 and Meow.” Guests: • Anna Skaya, Founder and CEO, Basepaws • Edward Hall, President and CEO, Petrics, Inc.
July 24, 2019
This week’s episode is all about resilience. We are discussing how to bounce back operationally during a crisis and how technology is helping develop innovations that help keep the world healthy, safe and secure. Guests: Daniel Krook, CTO of IBM’s Code and Response Program; Mark Thornton, Vice President of Engineering at Panasonic Automotive
July 3, 2019
Cryptocurrency and blockchain. Constantly in the news but where is it all headed? Today we talk to two industry experts as we take a deep dive into this complex but interesting topic. Guests: Steven Becker, President and COO of the Maker Foundation; Dmitri Love, CEO of Bundil App
June 20, 2019
Did you know that 45% of U.S. homes have a video game console? And that number is rapidly increasing – CTA research indicates that gaming hardware sales will grow 3% year over year. Today, we take a look at this evolving and important sector with perspectives from two elements of the gaming industry that are different but also highlight how the industry is ripe for innovation. Guests: Keisha Howard, Founder of Sugar Gamers Kevin Allen, Senior PR Manager, Razer Inc
June 10, 2019
Did you know that CES also puts on a show in Shanghai? Join us this week as we discuss what to expect at CES Asia. From Automotive to AI, 5G and more, we discuss all the exciting exhibitors, keynotes and conference sessions happening next week at CES Asia. Ritch Wood from Nu Skin will be joining us to share why the Asian market is especially relevant today for his company. Guests: • John T. Kelly, Show Director, CES Asia • Ritch Wood, CEO, Nu Skin
May 23, 2019
CES Tech Talk kicks off Season 3 with a discussion on the policy behind some of the most important tech trends today. Plus, we learn why Capitol Hill staff have him to thank for their Uber and Lyft rides. Guests: • Congressman Will Hurd • Tiffany Moore, SVP Political and Industry Affairs, Consumer Technology Association
February 1, 2019
We wrap up CES 2019 with great discussions from media and breakout exhibitors to learn what this year’s CES meant to them. Guests: • Sara Fischer, Media Reporter, Axios • Mike Mansuetti, President of Bosch, North America • Dr. David Lipman, Chief Science Officer, Impossible Foods
January 11, 2019
Reporters and editors from some of the top technology media outlets discuss the hot trends and products for the day at CES 2019. Guests: • Moderator: Tyler Suiters, Vice President, Communications, Consumer Technology Association • Dana Wollan, Editor-in-Chief, Engadget • Dean Takahashi, Leader Writer for GamesBeat, VentureBeat • Matt Swider, Senior Editor, TechRadar.com • Nick Mokey,Managing Editor, Digital Trends
January 9, 2019
Reporters and editors from some of the top technology media outlets discuss the hot trends and products for the day at CES 2019. Guests: • Moderator: Sarah Brown, Senior Manager, Event Communications, Consumer Technology Association • Connie Guglielmo, Editor-in-Chief, CNET News • Patrick Seitz, Senior Reporter and Writer, Investor’s Business Daily • Mark Spoonauer, Editor-in-Chief, Tom’s Guide • Charles Warner, Editor-in-Chief, Innovation & Tech Today
January 9, 2019
Editors and reporters from leading technology media outlets discuss the hot products and trends for the day at CES 2019. Guests: • Moderator: Rachel Horn, Director Thought Leadership Communications at Consumer Technology Association • Rachel Rothman, Chief Technologist & Director of Engineering at the Good Housekeeping Institute • David Kender, Editor in Chief at Reviewed • Dieter Bohn, Executive Editor at The Verge
January 4, 2019
Tune in for conversations with the experts on CES who are talking about key areas to visit at CES 2019, exhibitors to see and programming to add to your schedule. Guests: • Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™ • Karen Chupka, Executive Vice President, CES • Lauren Sallata, Chief Marketing Officer, Panasonic • Jean Foster, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications, CTA
January 2, 2019
The Design & Source Showcase at CES is a place for attendees and companies large and small to find partners to help with product design, sourcing and more. Our guests on this episode run the gamut from a major global sourcing company to an American design expert discussing the importance of design in tech products. Guests: • Allan Chochinov Partner, Core77 Chair, SVA MFA in Products of Design • Kuo Zhang, Head of Alibaba.com
December 28, 2018
Sponsored by Arlington Economic Development! Arlington County in Virginia was selected as one of two locations for Amazon’s new HQ2. Learn how this county drives innovation and the platform technologies involved to make this transition complete. Guests: • Victor Hoskins, Director of Economic Development, Arlington County • Aaron Miller, Director of the Department of Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management, Arlington County • Dennis Leach, Director of Transportation, Arlington County
December 27, 2018
Today we are focusing on an evolving category in the tech world, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). They both have remarkable potential and applications across many industries – healthcare, agriculture and retail to name a few. Guests: • Yoon Lee SVP, Content & Services, Product Innovation, Samsung • Dan O'Brien, General Manager of Americas, HTC
December 18, 2018
Drones can save lives, deliver packages and even collect whale snot (yes, you read that right) for analysis. Today we talk to DJI, a globally known innovator in the drone sector, about drone's potential and the Federal Aviation Administration about what their approach is to bringing to life the benefits of drones. Guests: • Dan Elwell, Acting Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration • Brendan Schulman, Vice President of Policy and Legal Affairs, DJI
December 13, 2018
Every company is a tech company, or at least needs to be. Today two major exhibitors from two diverse sectors — agriculture and health and beauty — join us. Both are longtime brands who see the benefits of driving technology. Guests: • John Teeple, Director, Advanced Technology, John Deere • Guive Balooch, Global Vice President of L'Oreal Technology Incubator, L'Oreal
December 10, 2018
Not only are our homes becoming energy efficient; they are also easier than ever for us to use. Our guests dive into how 5G, AI, voice activation and more are helping manufacturers develop the tech that is powering our homes. GUESTS: • Matt Swatsky, Vice President-Residential Mid-Market Business, Lutron • Chris Turkstra, Director of Product Management for Google Assistant, Google
December 4, 2018
One of the most exciting sectors of the artificial intelligence industry is robotics. Discussing the future for robotics and how it will improve our lives, we talk to a new company and an established organization about what to expect for the robotic industry, particularly applications in our homes. GUESTS: • Steve Ewell, Executive Director, CTA Foundation • Andy Miller, SVP of Innovation and Product Development, AARP • Jill Nguyen, Head of Partnerships and Growth, OhmniLabs
November 28, 2018
Hear from two CEOs in the tech space about how they are using their diverse backgrounds to shape and improve the industry. Carolyn Rodz of Alice talks about how her company democratizes opportunities for entrepreneurs, and Elizabeth Vilchis discusses how her engineering background and startup experience helped her create latinoTech. Guest Host: Tiffany Moore, Senior Vice President, Political & Industry Affairs, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™
November 20, 2018
C Space is a destination at CES for all disruptive trends that are changing the future of entertainment. This week we focus on a section that is critical to how we view content: streaming. Our guests include a pioneer in the streaming music sector and a new disruptor in video streaming. Guests: • Jeff Shultz, Chief Business Officer, Pluto TV • Alex White, Head of Next Big Sound and Curation Programming, Pandora
November 13, 2018
Guests from Intel and the Smart Cities Council dive deep into how smart cities from 5G to AI - can help improve our lives. GUESTS: Sameer Sharma, Global General Manager IoT (New Markets, Sart Cities, Intelligent Transportation and Jason Nelson, Executive Director, Partnership Engagement at Smart Cities Council
November 6, 2018
CES is where you will find the intersection of professional athletes and sports technology. Our two guests, the partner and CEO of HYPE Sports Innovation and a professor of sports management from George Washington University, talk about eSports, immersive fan experiences, the quantified athlete, technology for sports venues and more. GUESTS: • Dr. Lisa Neirotti, Professor of Sports Management, George Washington University • Dr. Ilan Hadar, Partner and CEO, HYPE Sports Innovation
October 30, 2018
Did you know that companies adopting AI technology report higher profit margins? Top brands talk about their AI initiatives, from biometrics to predicative analytics to transportation. We also talk about how consumers are getting familiar with AI (hint: smart speakers play a role). Guests: • Michelle Boockoff-Bajdek, CMO, IBM Watson AI • Julie Choi, Global Head, Intel AI Marketing • Amish Parashar, Partner & Director of Strategic Business Development, Yamaha Motor Ventures & Laboratory Silicon Valley,
October 25, 2018
Sponsored by Bell Bonus episode! Learn what you get when you add up self-driving vehicles, drones and the sharing economy. Guests: Michael Thacker, EVP of Technology and Innovation, Bell Mark Moore, Engineering Director of Aviation, Uber Jean-Baptiste Jarin, Safran Helicopter Engines Vice President, Hybrid Propulsion System Program
October 23, 2018
Small businesses have a growing need for skilled tech workers. What are these companies' expectations for workers? What skills should employees have for the centuries ahead? Guests from two of the county’s biggest employers answer these questions and more. Guests: •Kelli Jordan, Talent Leader, New Collar Initiatives, IBM •Sean Thurman, Director of Global Public Policy, Walmart •Jennifer Taylor, Vice President, US Jobs, Consumer Technology Association
October 15, 2018
Two companies have great advice for entrepreneurs: The first is a Fortune 500 company, Arrow Electronics, and we learn what they are looking for in startups and how they are supporting the ones they meet at CES. The second is a major funding company, Indiegogo, who talks about what they are excited to see from the entrepreneurs at Eureka Park. Guests: •Matt Anderson, Chief Digital Officer & President, Arrow Electronics •John Vaskis, Vice President of Sales, Indiegogo
October 9, 2018
Tired of driving your own car? Want to know when self-driving vehicles will actually be available? This week we talk to two experts in the autonomous vehicle industry about everything from the policies being created for the cars to the technology being created to go in the cars. Guests: • Kim Hart, Managing Editor, Axios • Sherif Marakby, President and CEO, Ford Autonomous Vehicles LLC
October 2, 2018
Hear from two experts in the resilience field as they discuss the ways that cities and corporations can use new technology to prepare for a safer world. Guests: •Carmichael Roberts, Entrepreneur, Founder and Managing Partner, Material Impact •Nichole Jordan, National Managing Partner of Markets, Clients & Industry, Grant Thornton LLP
September 25, 2018
Data, metrics, transparency, blockchain, AI — all of these and more are trends technology is bringing to the ad world. This week, tune in to hear from the tech editor at Ad Week and the CEO of a company on the cutting edge of all of these trends. Guests: • Anda Gansca, CEO and Cofounder, Knotch • Josh Sternberg, Tech Editor, Ad Week
September 17, 2018
Steve Koenig of CTA and Dr. Derek Peterson of Boingo Wireless dive into all the ways 5G is going to affect our lives, both from a business and consumer perspective.
September 11, 2018
Dr. David Rhew of Samsung and Matthew Stoudt of appliedVR discuss the ways that digital health is evolving and leading to better health outcomes for consumers and doctors. GUESTS Guest Host: Kinsey Fabrizio, Sr. Director, Member Engagement, CTA David Rhew, M.D., Chief Medical Officer & VP and GM Enterprise (B2B), Samsung Matthew Stoudt, CEO, appliedVR
September 4, 2018
Tune in to hear how the exciting world of sports technology is rapidly changing and evolving. A former NBA All-Star, an NFL player and Olympic Gold Medalist all discuss how they made the transition from athlete to tech entrepreneur. GUESTS Baron Davis Angela Ruggiero, CEO, Co-Founder, Sports Innovation Lab Shawn Springs, Founder and Chief Executive, Windpact
August 28, 2018
Welcome back! We are kicking off Season Two of CES Tech Talk with an exciting line up guests who all have one major thing in common – they saw startup success at CES in Eureka Park.  We will hear from Robbie Cabral, the founder of BenjiLock, about his Shark Tank experiences; Xyla Foxlin about what it is like to exhibit at CES twice before turning 21; and Jonathon Perrelli about what it takes to get a major beverage company to make a multimillion-dollar investment in your company.
January 12, 2018
A group of reporters from various tech media publications share their thoughts on the best finds of CES 2018, recommendations on not-to-miss exhibits, and insights into trends they see in the consumer technology industry. Moderator: Jeff Joseph, CTA Dana Wollman, Executive Editor, Engadget Michael Artsis, Founder, BeTerrific Natt Garun, Senior Editor, The Verge Charles Warner, Editor in Chief, Innovation & Tech Today
January 11, 2018
A group of reporters from various tech media publications share their thoughts on the best finds of CES 2018, recommendations on not-to-miss exhibits, and insights into trends they see in the consumer technology industry. Moderator: Tyler Suiters Mark Spoonauer, Editor-in-Chief, Tom’s Guide Matt Swider, Senior Mobile Editor, Tech Radar Joe Cox, Brand Development Editor, What HiFi David Kender, Editor-in-Chief, Reviewed.com Laurie Jennings, Deputy Editor & Director, GH Institute, Good Housekeeping
January 10, 2018
A group of reporters from various tech media publications share their thoughts on the best finds of CES 2018, recommendations on not-to-miss exhibits, and insights into trends they see in the consumer technology industry. Moderator: Allie Fried Jeremy Kaplan, Editor-in-Chief, Digital Trends Jerry Beilinson, Content Development Team Leader, Consumer Reports CNET John Falcone, Executive Editor, Reviews, CNET Andrew Soergel, Economy Reporter, US News & World Report
January 2, 2018
Gary Shapiro discusses what to expect at this year’s shows.  Get ready because CES 2018 is right around the corner!
December 27, 2017
Jeremy Legg, CTO of Turner;  Paul Peterman, Head of Industry, Technology and Connectivity at Facebook; and Karen Chupka, Sr. Vice President of Corporate Business Strategy for the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), discuss the role technology plays in content marketing.
December 19, 2017
From big data analytics to speech recognition to predictive technology, artificial intelligence is changing how we do business. Hear from CTA's Steve Koenig and Buzz Radar's Patrick Charlton as they discuss the future of AI and where to see it at CES.
December 12, 2017
Join Jeff Joseph as he interviews Hilary Cain of Toyota and Ram Vasudevan of University of Michigan and talks about the future of self-driving cars.
December 4, 2017
Join us for an in-depth discussion with Robin Raskin and Jill Gilbert of Living in Digital Times about what we can expect to see in the digital health space at CES 2018.
November 27, 2017
Join us as we discuss sports, technology and CES with two great interviews. First, we are talking with the founders of The Sports Innovation Lab on the latest trends. Then we discuss how technology is influencing the players with the NFL Players Association.
November 17, 2017
Check out our new podcast, CES Tech Talk. Our first episode is going to tell you all you need to know about the trends and future for Smart Cities. It features interviews with John Kwant of Ford Smart Mobility, Frank Sgambati of Bosch and Steve Koening of CTA.
November 14, 2017
Every week leading up to CES on Jan. 9, Jeff Joseph of the Consumer Technology Association (producers of CES) will talk with the leading minds of the technology world to find out about the coming industry trends and what to expect at CES 2018.
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