Episodes

Dec. 11, 2018

Alexandra Channer: Automation, Displacement and Slavery in Southeast Asia

Alexandra Channer: Automation, Displacement and Slavery in Southeast Asia (Ep. 166) Alexandra Channer joined Joe Miller to discuss how automation is leading to labor abuses and slavery in Southeast Asia. Bio Dr. Alexandra Channer () is a human...

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Dec. 4, 2018

Joseph Kane: The Impact of Automated Vehicles on Your White Collar Job

Joseph Kane: The Impact of Automated Vehicles on Your White Collar Job (Ep. 165) Brookings' Joseph Kane joined Joe Miller to talk about how automated vehicles could impact your white collar job--not just those of drivers. Bio Joseph Kane (@) is a...

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Nov. 27, 2018

Chiqui Cartagena: The Public Policy Implications of Hispanic Marketing

Chiqui Cartagena: The Public Policy Implications of Hispanic Marketing (Ep. 164) Chiqui Cartagena joined Joe Miller to discuss the public policy implications of Hispanic marketing amidst an increased demand for Latino data. Bio Chiqui...

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Nov. 20, 2018

Sahra V. Nguyen: Public Policy as a Creative Spark

Sahra V. Nguyen: Public Policy as a Creative Spark (Ep. 163) Sahra Nguyen joined Joe Miller to chat about her new Brooklyn-based coffee venture—Nguyen Coffee Supply. Bi0 Sahra Nguyen is an award-winning filmmaker, entrepreneur, and...

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Nov. 13, 2018

Jonathan Friebert: Public Policy and the Future of Retail -- A Starter's Guide

Jonathan Friebert: Public Policy and the Future of Retail: A Starter's Guide (Ep. 162) Jonathan Friebert, U.S. Head of Public Policy of China's largest retailer, JD.com, joined us to discuss the public policies that are most crucial to the...

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Nov. 6, 2018

Amy Cappellanti-Wolf: How to Instill a Culture of Mutual Respect

Amy Cappellanti-Wolf: How to Instill a Culture of Mutual Respect (Ep. 161) Symantec’s Chief Human Resources Officer Amy Cappellanti-Wolf joined Joe Miller to discuss Symantec's efforts to instill a culture of mutual respect on diverse...

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Oct. 30, 2018

Brook Bello: Tech and Tech Policy Solutions to End Sex Trafficking

Brook Bello: Tech and Tech Policy Solutions to End Sex Trafficking (Ep. 160) Brook Bello joined Joe Miller to discuss how tech policies can help end sex trafficking. Bio Dr. Brook Bello (@BrookBello) is Founder and CEO/ED of More Too Life, Inc., -- an...

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Oct. 23, 2018

Tiffany Moore: Trade, 5G, and Beyond: The Policy Landscape for Consumer Tech

Tiffany Moore: Trade, 5G, and Beyond: The Policy Landscape for Consumer Tech (Ep. 159) How will the current trade war with China affect small, American-owned technology manufacturers? What's the potential of 5G for consumer tech? How is the...

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Oct. 16, 2018

Petra Molnar: Automated Decision-Making and Immigration -- The Human Rights Impact

Petra Molnar joined us to discuss her new paper which looks at the human rights impact of automated decision-making and immigration. Bio Petra Molnar () is a refugee lawyer and researcher based in Toronto, Canada. She is a former refugee settlement...

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Oct. 9, 2018

Sean Perryman: How to Promote Diversity & Inclusion in Tech

Sean Perryman: How to Promote Diversity & Inclusion in Tech (Ep. 157) How do the internet sector's efforts to improve diversity and inclusion in tech align with its broader policy agenda? Sean Perryman joined us to discuss.   Bio...

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Oct. 2, 2018

Alex J. Wood: Liberator or 'Boss from Hell'?: The Gig Economy's Double Edge

x       Alex J. Wood -- Liberator or 'Boss from Hell'?: The Gig Economy's Double Edge Oxford Internet Institute Researcher Alex J. Wood discusses the gig economy's double edge from the perspective of workers themselves. Bio Alex J. Wood...

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Sept. 25, 2018

Naeemah Clark: How to Define 'Viewpoint Diversity' in a Polarized America

Naeemah Clark: How to Define 'Viewpoint Diversity' in a Polarized America (Ep. 155) Are 'viewpoint diversity' and 'ethnic diversity' mutually exclusive? Elon University professor Naeemah Clark helps put 'viewpoint diversity' in perspective. Bio...

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Sept. 18, 2018

Rebekah Tromble: How to Combat Misinformation

Rebekah Tromble: How to Combat Misinformation (Ep. 154) Leiden University's Rebekah Tromble joined Joe Miller to chat about ways to combat misinformation on social media.   Bio Rebekah Tromble () is an assistant professor in the...

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Sept. 11, 2018

Francella Ochillo: Latinos and Tech Policy -- The Policy Year Ahead

Francella Ochillo: Latinos and Tech Policy -- The Policy Year Ahead (Ep. 153) Francella Ochillo joined Joe Miller to talk about the tech policy issues the National Hispanic Media Coalition is most focused on during the policy year ahead. Bio...

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Aug. 21, 2018

Otessa Ghadar: How to Tell Your Story

Bio Otessa Marie Ghadar (Instagram: , , , )  is an award-winning digital storyteller who uses writing, filmmaking, photography, and technology to share her narratives and build communities. As one of the web series medium’s earliest...

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Aug. 14, 2018

Ron Gonzales: How to Build Bridges for Latinos in Silicon Valley

Bio Ron Gonzales (@rongon2000) is President and CEO of the Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley. Gonzales has over 35 years of technology and public policy experience. Prior to leading the Hispanic Foundation, Gonzales was Founder, Chairman...

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Aug. 7, 2018

K.J. Bagchi: The Obstacle is the Myth

K.J. Bagchi: The Obstacle is the Myth (Ep. 149) K.J. Bagchi joined Joe Miller to discuss how the Model Minority Myth negatively impacts Asian Americans and impedes an inclusive policy dialogue. Bio K.J. Bagchi ( is the Senior Staff Attorney for...

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July 31, 2018

Jennifer Becker: Confronting Tech-Enabled Domestic Violence, Part II

Jennifer Becker: Confronting Tech-Enabled Domestic Violence (Ep. 148) Legal Momentum's Jennifer Becker joined Joe Miller for Part 2 of our series on how perpetrators use technology to engage in domestic violence. Bio Jennifer Becker is...

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July 24, 2018

Katie Ray-Jones: Confronting Tech-Enabled Domestic Violence

Bio Katie Ray-Jones () is President of the National Domestic Violence Hotline and National Dating Abuse Hotline. Previously, she served as NDCH’s Director of Operations. As a member of the National Task Force to Reauthorize the Violence Against...

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July 17, 2018

Natalie Salmanowitz: How to Reduce Implicit Bias with VR

Natalie Salmanowitz: How Virtual Reality Can Help Mitigate Implicit Bias (Ep. 146) Bio Natalie Salmanowitz () is a rising 3L at Harvard Law School and is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. After studying neuroscience at Dartmouth...

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July 10, 2018

George Joseph: Palantir and the Police

George Joseph: Palantir and the Police (Ep. 145) Palantir and the police have joined forces in Los Angeles to crunch the city's suspect database. George Joseph joined Joe Miller to discuss what this means for local communities and individuals who are...

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July 3, 2018

Lydia Parnes: Privacy Law After LabMD

Bio  is a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where she is chair of the firm's privacy and cybersecurity practice. She regularly represents companies in complex regulatory investigations and provides...

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June 26, 2018

CJ Johnson: How to Live a Global Lifestyle

Bio CJ Johnson (https://twitter.com/cjjohnsonjr) is an award-winning photographer and content creator. He co-founded  (listed as one of the Top 50 Digital Agencies in Los Angeles), is a GQ Insider, and well-known “Branding Guru"....

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