Jeff Gamet and John Martellaro took on science fiction tech on a recent edition of The Mac Observer’s Daily Observations Podcast, and take that discussion to the next level on MacVoices. What we were promised and what we got, why we got it, and how start things off. The group looks at the issues of whether we ask too much or not enough, the social implications of certain technologies, and then go off the deep end into the world of robots, intelligent assistants and even avatars.
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John Martellaro is the Senior Editor for Reviews and Analysis at The Mac Observer. Previously,he has worked for NASA, Lockheed Martin Astronautics,the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Apple. At Apple, he worked as a Senior Marketing Manager, a Federal Account Executive and a High Performance Computing manager. His interests include all things Apple, chess, science fiction and astronomy.You can follow John on Twitter.
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