Best Tech Podcasts This Week – 08/14/23

The Tech Tribune staff has compiled a list of the best new tech podcasts released in the last week (as of the time of writing):

“On this week’s episode of the Window’s Central Podcast, Dan and Zac discuss whether Skype is not long for this world, Windows 365 Switch, Windows 11 cutting support for 44 CPUs, the potential final update for the Surface Duo, Quake 2 remaster coming to Xbox Game Pass, review the Samsung Galaxy Fold 5 & Dell Latitude 9440, and more!”

“On this week’s episode of the Android Central Podcast, Shruti Shekar, Derrek Lee and Nick Sutrich discuss their hands-on experiences of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 & Flip 5, Facebook Messenger dropping SMS integration, someone using VR to walk across Skyrim, why we shouldn’t have to keep buying new cases, and more!”

“We’re quickly coming up on one year since ChatGPT was released to the public. In that time, it and other generative AI tools have placed artificial intelligence front and center in a larger discussion about the future of work, art, ethics and pretty much everything else. So, what do Americans think about AI now? The upshot is that many of you are checking the “somewhat concerned” and “mostly concerned” boxes on this one. And it seems like Democrats and Republicans are generally on the same page regarding the future of AI. Marketplace’s Lily Jamali discussed the question with Ryan Heath, global tech correspondent for Axios, who recently combed through several surveys to get a sense of the country’s current sentiment toward AI.”

“Plus, ChatGPT’s truth-skirting and why it poses risks for everyone. Wonder how TikTok knows what you like? I’ve got answers. I chat with caller Gwen from TX about getting started with her Mac. Tips on dodging fake home listings and getting college cred online.”

“In 2008, Boston’s transit authority sued to stop MIT hackers from presenting at the Defcon hacker conference on how to get free subway rides. Today, four teens picked up where they left off.”