Best Tech Podcasts This Week – 10/03/22

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):

“Monday! First up, J+M go down the rabbit hole on Tesla AI Day, what impact some form of general AI might have on the world, and more! (2:09) Then, the duo covers the SEC charging Kim Kardashian for unlawfully promoting a token (35:29), before wrapping with the SCOTUS announcing they will hear two cases regarding Section 230. (59:05)”

“Two Microsoft Exchange zero-days exploited in the wild. A supply chain attack, possibly from Chinese intelligence services. There’s new Lazarus activity: bring-your-own-vulnerable-driver. The Mexican government falls victim to apparent hacktivism. Flying under partial mobilization’s radar. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton talks about addressing the cyber workforce skills gap. Our guest Rachel Tobac from SocialProof Security brings a musical approach to security awareness training. How’s your off-boarding program working out?”

“Google announced that Stadia, its cloud-based gaming service, is shutting down in January, 2023. What does that mean for Stadia customers? Are there Stadia customers? And could Google’s own history of abandoning products be the root of the problem?”

“A New York law is forcing a rethink on bias in AI. What are the practical outcomes of this type of legislation and how do you remove bias in AI? Plus the Supreme Court agrees to hear a case about the liability of platforms from hosting objectionable content.”

“Amazon is launching Amazon Access, a new hub for customers to explore the programs, discounts and features that the online retailer offers for affordable shopping, the company announced on Monday.”

“Passwords are supported everywhere. But, says Andrew Shikiar, executive director of the FIDO Alliance, “they have been proven time and time again to simply be unfit for today’s networked economy.” In this episode of “Cybersecurity Unplugged,” Shikiar discusses how to move beyond passwords.”

“Stories discussed in this episode:

  • Rachio smart sprinkler system drops HomeKit support due to unsolvable ‘No Response’ errors
  • Report: Apple unlikely to bring Touch ID back to the iPhone despite testing it
  • Tim Cook in new interview: ‘I’m really not sure the average person can tell you what the metaverse is’”

“Rebecca Murphey from Stripe talks with us about finding problems – the paper cuts – in your code or team and developing the best solution for them.”

“Our anchors begin today’s show with CNBC’s Bob Pisani breaking down key themes dominating the market to start Q4. Then, Kindred Ventures Managing Partner Kanyi Maqubela offers his outlook for the broader markets and the upcoming IPO of self-driving tech company Mobileye. Next, CNBC’s Phil LeBeau covers Tesla shares falling after posting a miss in its Q3 production and delivery numbers, and CNBC’s Kristina Partsinevelos breaks down the day’s top losers and laggards to kick off the new quarter. Our Julia Boorstin also reports on Kim Kardashian paying $1.26 million to settle SEC charges for failing to disclose a payment she received for promoting a crypto asset, and Neuberger Berman Senior Portfolio Manager Eli Salzmann shares his bull case for value stocks. Later, CNBC’s Kate Rooney recaps a brutal stretch for fintech names.”

“The fun-loving cybercriminals blamed for breaches of Uber and Rockstar are exposing weaknesses in ways others aren’t.”