Engadget Live 15×02: technology has changed our lives
Although we live pending the new smartphones, laptops or 5G, technology is much more than that. In fact, it has changed our lives and we only have to look back a few years to realize it.
Ode to technology
Although technology is not good or bad by itself until it is used in one way or another, the truth is that without it we would not be able to do an MRI, know that we have high blood pressure or do an EKG with a watch.
Ignacio González Sancho, from the Pfizer Foundation, and Luis Quevedo, scientific popularizer, come to tell us about Evolving Health, a project that promotes technology and health startups so that their ideas reach society as soon as possible. We talk about some of them and you will see that they are very worth it.
In the rest of our sections we have Javier Lacort Y Fabio Rodriguez, which speak of the technology that has had the greatest impact on our health in recent years; John Tones takes us to series, movies and video games in which there are scientific advances that revolutionize the human being (such as Compound V of ‘The Boys’); Andrés Mohorte Y Samuel Oliver They face each other in our geek battle over something on the table: having one device for everything or using specialized devices for a task.
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This is where the second season of Engadget Live arrives. Thank you very much for joining us during these 15 programs, which you can review here.
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