After forty-two episodes of discussing almost every technology under the sun, we finally take on drones and their possibilities (quite a few, as we discover). We also discuss what drones, nuclear power, and other technologies spell for the future of war, as well as the role that entrepreneurship and decentralization play in turning killing machines into tools for peace.
Friend of the show Jonathan Mayo-Buttry joins us this week to tell us about his work with drone manufacturer 3D Robotics, the principles of motion design, and his experience in producing well-known animations and videos for decentralized technology projects and companies.
James is leaving the show this week. Before riding off into the sunset, he leaves a special message for DECENTRALIZE listeners at the end of this episode.
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##Tech, War, and Peace
##Guest Links: 3DRobotics and Motion Design
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