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Join itmeJP and GassyMexican as they talk about everything in this weekly podcast about nothing.
 
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MEX explores user behaviour, emerging technologies and how to design better digital experiences. Hosts Marek Pawlowski and Alex Guest are joined by guests from across tech, media and design. Part of the MEX initiative for enhancing digital user experience.
 
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A technology show about people. A culture show about the future. Host Matt Armitage takes a lateral look at the world of tomorrow.
 
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It’s Silly Season. The time of the year when the news goes on holiday. Which means it’s time to catch up on some of the really cool tech and science stories we missed like fiery webcams and livestreamed fatbergs.Matt's Notes: This is the quiet time of the year for news and developments. It’s been such a crazy year that we’ve had a lot to catch ...…
 
Are we heading for a one world order of powerful corporations? Will commercial brands dictate the popular culture of the future? It might not be what you expect. It’s time to Mattsplain. Episode Excerpt:As the world becomes increasingly wired, we often hear that culture is becoming more uniform and homogenised. Are we really heading for a one w ...…
 
Biotech conjures images of cloning, lab meat and mind control. But biotechnology has been fuelling humankind’s progress for thousands of years. Today we look past the fear and celebrate the promise. It’s time to Mattsplain. It’s time to Mattsplain.⠀Excerpt:Biotech is one of those words that’s often thrown around – like blockchain – but that mea ...…
 
Today we’re going to speed through a bunch of the questions that Matt gets asked most often. What do the Facebook and Twitter share price falls mean? Should I invest in crypto currency? Where’s my ray gun? It’s time to Mattsplain. Excerpt from Transcript:Because he’s got a one track mind – a recent show on GPS being a good example – we usually ...…
 
Bad ideas. Technology creates at least as many of them as it does good ideas. What happens when the bad ideas slip through and the good ones drift away? It’s time to Mattsplain. Excerpt from this episode:Problems. The things that science and technology are supposed to solve. That the solutions are themselves problems is not an original thought ...…
 
It’s easy to jump on the new tech is better tech bandwagon. But what happens when that new tech is a little bit older and doesn’t perform as well as the technology it replaced? It’s time to Mattsplain. Excerpt from this episode:If there’s one thing that we can be sure of on this show, it’s that the future is always better. Every week, Kulturpop ...…
 
How does a journey that begins with a degree in philosophy - and a chance conversation with a librarian - lead to a surprise move from Manchester to New York, one of the advertising industry's foremost fellowship programmes and a career-long interest in understanding customer behaviour? Onika Simon shares her story, including awards, working wi ...…
 
Science. It’s tricky stuff. Just as you think you’ve come to grips with nature’s mysteries, a quantum physicist fires you into another dimension. Should we stop worrying and let Schrödinger’s cat out of the bag? It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
Is Star Wars undermining the Internet? Has hate speech undermined the mainstream? Could a licence to surf could bring us back from the Dark Side? It’s time to Mattsplain.Excerpt:Masculine inferiority. It’s something that Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage has been accused of all his life. But until last week, he thought it was just him. Now, the massed ...…
 
Does society have the tech visionaries it deserves, or are we looking in all the wrong places? It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
Is technology already beyond our control? Is Skynet waiting for its opportunity to strike? Is humanity facing techno obsolescence? Only the machines know. It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
Gil Kahana is one of a growing number of designers launching their own start-ups. He shares the story with MEX founder Marek Pawlowski, tracing the arc from falling in love with user-centred design at the BBC in the mid-2000s to working agency-side for clients in a wide range of industries. Gil goes on to explain how he has tried to embed user- ...…
 
What could be more fun than a pink pineapple? We go inside the weird world of GM superfoods. It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
Sofia Svanteson shares how founding and growing her own design agency has helped to shape Elsa, her new life sciences venture which aims to support rheumatoid patients in achieving meaningful self-care. She talks to MEX founder Marek Pawlowski about cultural influences on the early interface design projects which helped establish her agency, Oc ...…
 
Is the world turning its back on technology? If rats can make sleds, why should we throw centuries of progress. Don’t lose hope. It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
While politicians around the world play sport over the rights to publicly grill Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook’s executives, one company seems to be Teflon coated in this age of data scandals. Are we heading for Amazon’s Age of Empire, wonders Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage. Yes, It’s time to Mattsplain.For transcripts of the shows and more informatio ...…
 
What does innovation look like at a 300 year old paint and materials company with 40,000 employees? Massimo Mercuri, Director of Digital Innovation at AkzoNobel, sits down for a chat with MEX founder Marek Pawlowski, exploring everything from creative workshop methods to cutting edge experiments with wearables, biometrics and performance analys ...…
 
Remote control cockroaches, DNA tracking and cloud incarceration. The future is a strange place to visit. It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
Be Nice. It’s a simple idea. Why do tech companies find it so hard? It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
The Data decisions we make today could decide who owns our thoughts in the future. Don’t lose your mind. It’s time to Mattsplain.The thrilling finale to our series on Big Data and automation.
 
Sign up for premium Mattbook services as Big Data morphs into Robot Assisted Data. Who is going to store your life? It’s time to Mattsplain.This is a follow up to, No Sex Please, We're Robots: https://www.bfm.my/ent-tt-msp26-no-sex-please-we-are-robots-matt-armitage-kulturpop
 
Confused about data, artificial intelligence and sex robots? You’re not alone. It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
Warren Hutchison, founder of London-based agency Else, talks to Marek Pawlowski about what it means to create, grow and nurture your own design studio. The conversation ranges from Warren's early forays into digital design in the mid-90s to working client-side for the likes of Universal Music and Yell.com. Marek and Warren get deep into the imp ...…
 
Instead of fearing Skynet, we should be embracing it. A sentient control system might be the only thing that will keep the robots in check. It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
Instead of fearing Skynet, we should be embracing it. A sentient control system might be the only thing that will keep the robots in check. It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
The Facebook and Cambridge Analytica revelations continue to cause waves around the world,. As the #DeleteFacebook movement gathers momentum, users are discovering the extent of the data that the company has been harvesting.
 
Data companies are using sophisticated psychological techniques to manipulate and nudge our behaviour. #DeleteFacebook is no solution. We need to completely change the business model of online companies if we want to safeguard our personal information, thinks Matt.
 
Could a giant wall of ice be all that stands between us and falling off the edge of our planet? Does the sun shine down on us like a Hollywood spotlight. Probably not, reckons Matt. But he’ll try it out, anyway.
 
Eric Kim, VP of Design and co-founder at Modo Labs talks to MEX founder Marek Pawlowski about the challenges of growing a design team within a mobile UX-focused start-up. The conversation roams from Eric's early interest in architecture and how things work, then into graphic design and on to working with early web technologies. The discussion t ...…
 
Bladerunner, Altered Carbon and Humans outline very different visions of a future where machines have replaced human workers. Which of those futures are we headed for, asks Matt, as he gets ready for the Thunderdome.
 
Air conditioning has had an enormous impact on modern society, from population migration to architecture to the warehouses that store The Cloud. But is it time we swapped energy intensive a/c for microclimate technologies?
 
Attitudes towards Silicon Valley are changing, with an angry sea of voices raging at their tone deaf behaviour and seeming inability to understand or tame the epidemic of fake news. Now is not the time to turn our backs on tech, argues Matt.
 
On the show Matt looks at a very simple question: Will the future be easier or harder for the next generation of jobseekers? Automation, robots and artificial and machine intelligence are doing incredible things for us as a species. But will they leave any jobs for the boys [and girls]?
 
On the show Matt & Polly ask: should we be sending junk into space, even if they are giant disco balls and convertible roadsters? What can you do when software breaks your car and no one can fix it? And is your email provider a window into your soul?Episode Transcript:MattHey Polly. I’m good. What have we got for everyone this week? PollyWell, ...…
 
Getting in shape can be a maze of pseudoscience, fads and frenzy. Matt’s Magic Diet won’t make you fit or healthy but it will make him a very rich man. Which would you choose, expert advice or the expertly chosen words of a flimflam merchant?
 
Maarten Pieters talks to MEX founder Marek Pawlowski about his work driving co-creation design activities at Philips Lighting, one of the pioneers of smart home devices like the Hue lighting system. Maarten has also literally written the book – along with his co-author Stephanie Jansen – on how to succeed with co-creative approaches. He discuss ...…
 
Could the era of free content be coming to an end? The tech companies may be close to harvesting all the data they need to power their AI-charged evolution. What will our role be in their information creating utopia, wonders Matt Armitage?
 
The weekend is nearly here. A tiny spot of optimism in a sea of workaday drudgery. And what better way to extinguish even those small hopes than to talk to Matt Armitage? Feeling Punked? Then it’s time to Mattsplain?Check out the Mattsplained FB page for more information on the shows. If you have a start up or an SME and you think that Matt can ...…
 
Jennifer Sukis is working at the intersection of user-centred design and artificial intelligence, leading the creative team for IBM Watson. She talks to MEX founder Marek Pawlowski about when truly cognitive digital experiences may arrive, the challenges of developing dynamic interfaces and the future of conversational interfaces. The discussio ...…
 
It's time for another Mattsplained and this time, Matt Armitage wants to go where the sun don't shine. He promises that this show is purely X-Rated.
 
If you’re a techie or a geek you will probably have noticed that the 2018 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show was held in Las Vegas last week, although increasingly it’s with a sense of diminishing returns.The show, which has been running in some form since 1967 and annually since the early 2000’s has come to dominate the consumer electron ...…
 
Last week Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage was happy. It was the first week of the year and his mince pie sugar rush had sustained him into the New Year. This week he wants to get serious and tell the tech industry what we expect of it in 2018. It’s time to Mattsplain.
 
It’s Friday. It’s 2018. It’s time to Mattsplain. Today Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage is here to tell us why we’ve got reason to be cheerful in the year ahead.
 
Coming soon. M.EX. A show about technology. Culture. And you.
 
For part 1 of this podcast, click the following link:https://www.bfm.my/ent-tt-mattsplained-things-ive-learned-in-2017-part-1-matt-armitage-kulturpopLast week we heard about the things that made Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage sad in 2017. This week he’s promised we’ll all be happy. It’s part 2 of 2017, Mattsplained.…
 
As we're approaching to the end of 2017, Kulturpop's Matt Armitage decided to share some of his learnings throughout the year. From the doom and gloom to the happy happy joy joy, we dive into Matt's mind about what has changed for him in 2017 and what he has learned this year. For part 2 of this podcast, click the following link:https://www.bfm ...…
 
The Gemini PDA by Planet Computers brings a much loved form factor back to the world of smartphones – the clamshell, keyboard-based palmtop. In this episode, MEX founder Marek Pawlowski talks to Martin Riddiford of Therefore Design and Davide Guidi, CTO of Planet Computers, and hears the story of Gemini’s development and successful crowdfunding ...…
 
With the digital age we live in today, how does trust play a role in all this? Matt Armitage from Kulturpop explores the idea of how there is a new emerging framework for trust, as we place more and more trust in machines and less in human individuals.
 
Is it better to give or to receive? Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage believes that the best scenario is for you to give and him to receive. Anything else, apparently, is a waste of his time. Which means that his picks for Xmas are probably going to be little more than his own personal shopping list. I hate to say this, but it’s Xmas, Mattsplained.…
 
After last week’s 7 Signs of Digital Happiness, Matt Armitage has decided he’s the Audio Buzzfeed. As the year comes to a close and we start to gaze morosely at the miasma of 2018, we’re looking at the next big thing, Mattsplained.
 
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