This is the end of Hope in Crisis season 1! Thank you all for staying with us on the podcast!We collected a few questions from our audiences for Sean and Renee. Let's hear them out!🎤What did we ask?🚩02:33 Sean often mentioned his father is a lawyer. Why is it so important for him?🚩09:50 What does the ideal world look like to you?🚩26:50 Is Clubhouse a threat to podcast?🚩30:44 Which is your favorite episode by far? Why?🚩39:10 Is blockchain also biased?🚩43:46 Can we come up with ways to eliminate bias in education system?🚩49:17 How is education related to rights and democracy?🚩53:15 Terry Leong joined us on Clubhouse!🚩55:30 How can regular people do homeschooling?🚩01:01:08 Should the government treat commercial espionage as a national security issue? Sean said cryptography is the answer, why?🎤Follow us on Twitter for more information: https://twitter.com/HopeInCrisis🎤Bitmark hiring: https://bitmark.com/about/careers
Michael Chou is the founder of Daodu.tech, a subscription newsletter about technology and its impact in Traditional Chinese. It is now the most trusted tech analysis in Taiwan. In this episode, we talked about the ever increasing power of big tech companies and how those power has affected our life as an individual.Follow us on Twitter for more information: https://twitter.com/HopeInCrisisBitmark hiring: https://bitmark.com/about/careers
Carol Lin is a Distinguished Professor at National Chao Tung University, she is specialized in Criminal Law & Procedure, White Collar Crime, Feminist Jurisprudence and technology law. In this episode, we talked about the inequality existing in the modern world and the gap between our law and the social norms.Follow us on Twitter for more information: https://twitter.com/HopeInCrisis
Social media is violating our rights and privacy through it gaining power. It was no doubt that our democracy and our rights to the future are constantly destroyed by its algorithm. Hope in Crisis had our first live podcast event on Dec. 29th, invited 50+ participants to the screening of The Social Dilemma and we has a live podcast discussion around the documentary after the screening.*Professor Chia is the assistant professor of Graduate Institute of Health and Biotechnology Law, Taipei Medical University and the board member of .Taiwan Human Rights Association*The Social Dilemma is one of the documentaries you must see this year. Launched by Netflix, the documentary-drama hybrid documentary reveals how social media is reprogramming civilization with tech experts sounding the alarm on their own creations.
Terence Leong (Terry) is a music producer and record executive. He is the Group CCO of KKBOX Group, Co-Founder of KKFARM and OURSONG. KKBOX Group is the parent company of KKBOX , KKFARM, KKSTREAM. It’s Taiwan’s largest media technology firm. After talking to Terry, we learned that he is not just an artist, he is also a deep thinker on rights and the evolution of music industry.What is OurBeat ( the tool we mentioned in this episode): https://bitmark.com/projects/ourbeat/Follow us on Twitter for more information: https://twitter.com/HopeInCrisis