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Best podcasts about Minority Report

Latest podcast episodes about Minority Report

Jay's Analysis
Blade Runner 2049, Dredd, Equilibrium, Children of Men & More: Dystopia Now Ep. 4 (Half)

Jay's Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 95:31


Tonight we return to the next installment of the dystopia series. Since it's Thanksgiving, viewing the dystopian warning should make us all the more thankful to God for what we have and what can be lost. We will cover Blade Runner 2049, Mad Max Fury Road, Minority Report, Equilibrium, Surrogates, Dredd, Children of Men and Total Recall in chronological movie world order. Total Recall ends in 2084: the second half is for subscribers to JaysAnalysis. Use JAY65 promo code here https://choq.com for huge discounts - 65% off!

Muse on Minis
Full Tilt: Episode 18, Cygnar with Isaiah Thompson

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 108:02


Hey there! This week Jess, Nigel, and Steve welcome Isaiah on to talk about Cygnar. They also go into Isaiah's insanely busy Warfaire Weekend, talk about how fluff inspired games can be really fun, and touch on what the Minority Report is looking to do in regards to community building this upcoming year.

Sixteen:Nine
Saurabh Gupta, Ultraleap

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:13


If you have been in the industry for a while, you'll maybe remember all the excitement around using gesture technology to control screens. That was followed by the letdown of how crappy and feeble these gesture-driven touchless working examples turned out to be. Like just about everything, the technology and the ideas have got a lot better, and there is a lot of renewed discussion about how camera sensors, AI and related technologies can change up how consumers both interact ... and transact. Ultraleap is steadily developing a product that lets consumers interact with and experience digital displays using sensors and, when it makes sense, haptic feedback. The company was formed in 2019 when Ultrahaptics acquired Leap Motion, and the blended entity now operates out of both Silicon Valley and Bristol, England. Leap Motion was known for a little USB device and a lot of code that could interpret hand gestures in front of a screen as commands, while Ultrahaptics used ultrasound to project tactile sensations directly onto a user's hands, so you could feel a response and control that isn't really there. Or something like that. It's complicated stuff. I had an interesting chat with Saurabh Gupta, who is charged with developing and driving a product aimed at the digital OOH ad market, one of many Ultraleap is chasing. We got into a bunch of things - from how the tech works, to why brands and venues would opt for touchless, when touchscreens are so commonplace, as is hand sanitizer. TRANSCRIPT Hey, Saurabh, thank you for joining me. Let's get this out of the way. What is an Ultraleap and how did it come about?  Saurabh Gupta: Hey, Dave, nice to be here. Thank you for having me. Ultraleap is a technology company and our mission is to deliver solutions that remove the boundaries between physical and digital worlds. We have two main technologies. We have a computer vision-based hand tracking and gesture recognition technology that we acquired and on the other side of the equation, we have made a haptic technology using ultrasound. The whole premise of how we came about was we started out as a haptics company and that's what our founder and CEO, Tom Carter, built when he was in college, and it was a breakthrough idea for us to be able to deliver the sense of touch in mid air using ultrasound was how we started, and to be able to project haptic sensations in mid-air, one of the key components of that was, you need to understand where the hands are in space and for that we were using computer vision technology by Leap Motion to track and locate user's hands in space, and we had an opportunity to make an acquisition, and some of your listeners may already know about Leap Motion. Leap Motion has been a pioneer in gesture based hand tracking technology since 2010. They've got 10 plus years of pedigree in really refining gesture based hand tracking models. So we had an opportunity to purchase them and make an acquisition in 2019, we completed the acquisition and rebranded ourselves to Ultraleap. So that's how we started. As stated in our mission, it's all about focusing on user experience for the use cases of how users are interacting with their environment, and that environment could be a sort of a 2D screen in certain applications, the application that we'll probably talk about today, but also other aspects of augmented reality and virtual reality, which are on the horizon and our emerging technologies that are gaining more ground. So that's the central approach. How can we enhance the interactivity that users have with a physical environment, through an input and an output technology offerings with gesture as input and haptics being the output?  The whole gesture thing through the years has been kind of an interesting journey, so to speak. I can remember some of the early iterations of Microsoft Kinect gesture, sensors, and display companies and solutions providers doing demos showing, you can control a screen by waving your hand, lifting it up and down and this and that, and I thought this is not going to go anywhere. It's just too complicated. There's too much of a learning curve and everything else.  Now, the idea as it's evolved and like all technology got a lot better is, it's more intuitive, but it's still something of a challenge, right? There's still a bit of a curve because we're now conditioned to touching screens. Saurabh Gupta: Yeah, you're right. One of the key aspects here is that gesture has been around. There's been research that goes back to the early 90s, if not in the 80s, but computer vision technology in general has come a long way. The deep learning models that are powering our hand tracking technology today are a lot more sophisticated. They are more robust, they are more adaptable and they are able to train based on a lot of real world inputs. So what that really means is that since the computing power and the technology behind recognizing gestures has improved, a lot of that has manifested itself in a more approachable user experience, and I completely accept the fact that there is a gap and we've got 10 plus years of learned behavior of using a touchscreen. We use a touchscreen everyday, carry it in our pockets, but you also have to understand that when touch screens became prevelant, there was the type keyboard before that.  So the point that I'm making here with this is that we are pushing the envelope on new technologies and a new paradigm of interactivity. Yes, there is a learning curve, but those are the things that we are actually actively solving for: The gesture tracking technology should be so refined that it is inclusive and is able to perform in any environment, and I think we've made some really good steps towards that. You may have heard of our recent announcement of our latest hand tracking offering called Gemini. The fundamental thing with Gemini is that it's based on years and years of research and analysis on making the computer vision, deep learning models, that power that platform to be as robust, to be low latency, high yield in terms of productivity and really high initialization, which means as part of the user experience, when you walk up to an interface, you expect to use it right away. We know we can do that with touch screens, but if you put this technology complementary to an interface, what we are solving for at Ultraleap is: when somebody walks up to a screen and they put up their hand to start to interact, the computer vision technologies should instantly recognize that there's a person who is looking to interact. That's number one, and I think with Gemini, with the deep model work that we've done, we've made some good progress there. Number two, which is once the technology recognizes that a person wants to interact, now can we make it more intuitive for the person to be as or more productive than she would be with a touchscreen interface? And that's where I think we've made more progress. I will say that we need to make more progress there, but some of the things that we've done, Dave. We have a distance call to interact, which is a video tutorial attraction loop that serves as an education piece. And I'll give you a stat. We ran a really large public pilot in the Pacific Northwest at an airport, and the use case there was immigration check-in, so people coming off the plane, before they go talk to a border security agent, some people to fill out their information on a kiosk. So we outfitted some kiosks with our gesture based technology and the rest were the controls, which were all touchscreen based and over multiple weeks we ran this study with active consumers who actually had very little to no prior experience using gestures and we did this AB test where we measured the gesture adoption rate on the kiosks without a call interact, before a call to interact and after a call to interact, and it increased the gesture adoption rate by 30%, which means that it certainly is helping people to understand how to use the interface. The second stat that came from it, that at the end of the pilot, we were almost at 65% gesture adoption rate, which means almost more than 6 out of 10 people who use that interface used gesture as the dominant interface for input control, and the third piece of this was how long did it take for them to finish their session? We measured that using the gesture based interaction, the time was slightly higher than for the control group that was using a touchscreen, but it wasn't much, it was only 10% higher. Now one can look at that stat and say in a transactional setting where you know, it's going to take you 30 seconds to order a burger, adding an extra second can be a problem, but at the same time, those stats are encouraging for us to think about when we look at that as the baseline to improve from.  So if I'm listening to this and I'm trying to wrap my head around what's going on here, this is not a gesture where you're standing 3 feet away from a screen and doing the Tom cruise Minority Report thing, where you're waving your arm and doing this and that is, can you describe it? Because you're basically doing touch-like interactions and the ultrasonic jets or blasts of air or whatever are giving you the feedback to guide you, right?  Saurabh Gupta: So we've got two avenues that we have going at this from. One is for the self service type offering, so you think of check-in kiosks or ordering kiosks at restaurants or even digital wayfinding, digital directories. We are solving for those primarily led at least in the first phase led by our gesture tracking technology. So gesture being the input modality, complimentary to touch. So, what we do is we build a touch-free application, which is a ready to use application that is available today on Windows based media players or systems to convert existing touch screen-based user interfaces to gesture, but what we've done is we've made the transition a lot more intuitive and easier because what we've done is we've replicated and done a lot of research on this and replicated interaction methods or gestures you would call it. I hate to use gestures as a word, because it gets tagged with weird hand poses and things like that, people pinching and all of that. For us, it's all about how we can replicate the same usage that a typical average consumer will have when she interacts with a touch screen based interface. So we came up with this an interaction method that we call Airpush which is basically, to explain it to your listeners, it's all about using your finger and moving towards an interactive element on screen. But what happens is the button gets pressed even before you approach them based on your forward motion or interaction. Now, the smart math behind all of this is that not only do we track motion, but we also track velocity, which means that for people who are aggressive in terms of their button pressing, which means they do short jabs, we can cater for those or people who are more careful in their approach as they move towards the screen, the system is adaptable to cater to all types of interaction types, and we track all the fingers so you can use multiple fingers too or different fingers as well. So these are some of the things that we've included in our application. So that's one side. The second side is all about interactive advertising, immersion and that's where I think we use our haptic technology more, to engage and involve the user in the interactive experience that they're going to. So for self service and more transactional type use cases, we're using primarily our hand gesture technology. And for immersive experiential marketing, or even the digital out-of-home advertising type of use cases, we are leading without haptic based technology.   And you're involved on the digita, out-of-home side, right? That's part of your charge?  Saurabh Gupta: That's correct. So I lead Ultraleap's out-of-home business. So in the out-of-home business, we have both self service retail, and digital out-of-home advertising businesses that we focus on. David:. So how would that manifest itself in terms of, I am at a train station or I'm out somewhere and there's a digital out-of-home display and I go up and interact with it and you're saying it's a more robust and rich experience than just boinking away at a touchscreen. What's going on? What would be a good example of that? Saurabh Gupta: So a good example of digital out of home activations is that we've partnered with CEN (Cinema Entertainment Network) where we've augmented some of their interactive in cinema displays that are being sold from a programmatic perspective. Now the interactive piece is still being worked into the programmatic side of things, but that's one example of an interactive experience in a place based setting. The other example is experiential marketing activations that we've done with Skoda in retail malls and also an activation that we did with Lego for Westfield. So these are some of the experiences that we've launched and released with our haptics technology and on the self service side we've been working with a lot of providers in the space you may have heard of.  Our recent pilot concluded with PepsiCo where we are bringing in or trialing gestures for their ordering kiosks for their food and beverage partners. So these are some of the things that are going on on both sides in the business. David:. So for the Lego one or the Scoda one, what would a consumer experience?  Saurabh Gupta: So these are all interactive experiences. So for Lego, it was about building a Lego together. So basically using our haptic technology which obviously contains gestures as the input, moving Lego blocks and making an object that was being displayed on a really large LED screen at one of the retail outlets and in London, so a user would walk up, they would use their hands in front of our haptic device to control the pieces on the screen and then join them together and make a Lego out of it and while they're doing that, they're getting the sensation of the tactile sensation of joining the pieces and that all adds up to a really immersive, engaging experience within a digital out of home setting.  So you get the sensation that you're snapping Lego pieces together?  Saurabh Gupta: Yeah, snapping pieces together, controlling so you get the agency of control, and it's one of those sensations that gives you a very high memorability factor. I don't know whether you track the news. This was in 2019. We did actually a really extensive activation with Warner Brothers in LA, and what we did was at one of the cinemas down there for Warner Brothers' three upcoming movies, Shazam, The Curse of La Llorona, and Detective Pikachu, we added interactive movie posters using haptics in the cinema lobby, and this would complement the digital poster network that was already existing at that location, and over the course of the activation, which was around six weeks long, we had almost 150,000 people that went through the cinema and we actually did in partnership with QBD, we did a lot of analytics around what the. performance was of an interactive movie poster experience within a digital out-of-home setting and got some really great stats.  We measured a conversion rate between an interactive experience versus a static digital signage experience. The conversion rate was almost 2x, 33% increase in dwell time, like people were spending more time in front of an interactive sign versus a static sign. Attention span was significantly higher at 75%, 42% lift in brand favorability. So these are really interesting stats that gave us the confidence that haptic technology combined with gesture based interface has a lot of value in providing and delivering memorable experiences that people remember. And that's the whole point with advertising, right? That's the whole point. You want to present experiences that provide a positive association of your branded message with your target consumer, and we feel that our technology allows that connection to be made  One of the assumptions/expectations that happened when the pandemic broke out was that this was the end of touchscreens, nobody's ever going to want to touch the screen again, the interactivity was dead and I made a lot of those assumptions myself and turns out the opposite has happened. The touch screen manufacturers have had a couple of pretty good years and the idea is that with a touchscreen, you can wipe it down and clean your hands and do all that stuff. But you're at a far greater risk standing four feet away from somebody across a counter, ordering a burger or a ticket or whatever it may be.  So when you're speaking with solutions providers, end user customers and so on are you getting the question of, “Why do I need to be touchless?” Saurabh Gupta: Yeah, it's a fair point, Dave, and let me clarify that. Look, from our perspective, we are focusing on building the right technology and building the right solutions that elevate the user experience. Hygiene surely is part of that equation, but I accept your points that there are far greater risks for germ transmission than shared surfaces, I totally accept that, and yes, there is a TCO argument, the total cost of ownership argument that has to be made here also.  The point that I will make here is that we fundamentally believe and being a scale-up organization that is focusing on new technology, we have to believe that we are pushing the technology envelope where what we are focusing on is elevating the user experience from what the current model provides. So yes, there will be some use cases where we are not a good fit, but contactless as a category or touchless as a category, maybe the pandemic catalyzed it, maybe it expedited things, but that category in itself is growing significantly.  A couple of stats here, right? The contactless payment as a category itself, 88% of all retail transactions in 2020 were contactless, that's a pretty big number And assuming that retail is a $25 trillion dollar market. That's a huge chunk.  But that's about speed and convenience though, right? Saurabh Gupta: Totally. But all I'm saying is contactless as a category is preferable from a user perspective. Now, gesture based interactivity as a part of that user flow, we fundamentally believe that gesture based interactivity plays a part in the overall user journey. So let me give you an example.  Some of the retailers that we are talking to are thinking about new and interesting ways to remove levels of friction from a user's in-store experience. So there are multiple technologies that are being trialed at the moment. You may have heard of Amazon's just walk out stores as an example. You don't even have to take out your wallet and that is completely based on computer vision, as an example, but there are other retailers who are looking to use technology to better recognize who their loyal customers are. So think of how we used to all have loyalty cards for Costco or any other retailer.  They're removing that friction to say, when you walk through the door, you've done your shopping and you're at the payment powder, we can recognize who you are. And if we recognize who you are, we can give you an offer at the last mile, and in that scenario, they are integrating gestures as part of the completely contactless flow. This is where I think we are gaining some traction. There is a product that we are a part of that hasn't been announced yet. I can't go into details specifically on who it is and when it's going to be released. But we are part of a computer vision based fully automated checkout system that uses gesture as the last mile for confirmation and things of that nature. That's where we are gaining traction. Overall point here is that we are focusing on really showcasing and delivering value on how you can do certain things in a more natural and intuitive way. So think of digital wayfinding at malls, right? You have these giant screens that are traditionally touchscreens, right? When you think of that experience, it has a lot of friction in it, because first of all, you can't use touch as effectively on a large screen because you can't swipe from left to right to turn a map as an example. We fundamentally believe that the product could be better with gesture. You can gesture to zoom in, zoom out, rotate a map, and find your direction to a store. Those kinds of things can be augmented. That experience can be augmented with adding just a capability as opposed to using a touchscreen based interface. So those are the high value use cases that we are focusing on.  So it's not really a case where you're saying, you don't need to touch screen overlay anymore for whatever you're doing, Mr. Client, you just use this instead. It's tuned to a particular use case and an application scenario, as opposed to this is better than a touch overlay? Saurabh Gupta: I think that is a mission that we are driving towards, which is, we know that there is potentially a usability gap between gesture in terms of its evolution than touchscreen. We are looking to bridge that gap and get to a point where we can show more productivity using gesture.  And the point is that with our technology, and this is something that you referenced a second ago, you can turn any screen into a touchscreen. So you don't necessarily need a touchscreen and then you can convert it to gesture. You can convert any LCD screen to an interactive screen. So there is some deep argument there as well. What's the kit, like what are you adding? Saurabh Gupta: Just a camera and a USB cable, and some software. And if you're using haptics feedback, how does that work? Saurabh Gupta: So haptics is a commercially off the shelf product. So it's another accessory that gets added to the screen. However, that contains the camera in it so you don't need an additional camera. That also connects to external power and a USB back to the media player.  So as long as you've got a USB on the media player, you're good, and right now your platform is Windows based. Do you have Android or Linux?  Saurabh Gupta: Good question, Dave. So right now we are Windows based, but we know it's of strategic importance for us to enable support on additional platforms. So we are starting to do some work on that front. You'll hear some updates from us early next year on at least the hand tracking side of things being available on more platforms than just Windows.  How does economics work? I suspect you get this question around, “All right. If I added a touch overlay to a display, it's going to cost me X. If I use this instead, it's going to cost me Y.  Is it at that kind of parity or is one a lot more than the other?  Saurabh Gupta: It depends on screen size, Dave, to be honest. So the higher in screen size you go, the wider the gap is. I would say that for a 21 or 23 inch screen and up, the economics are in our favor for a comparable system. And are you constrained by size? I think of all the LED video walls that are now going into retail and public spaces and so on, and those aren't touch enabled. You really wouldn't want to do that, and in the great majority of cases with this, in theory, you could turn a potentially fragile, please don't touch surface like that into an interactive surface, but are you constrained to only doing things like a 55 inch canvas or something? Saurabh Gupta: This will require a little bit of technical explanation. The Lego example that I talked about was targeted on, I would say a large outdoor LED screen. So the concept here is that if you want one-to-one interactivity.  So what do I mean by one-to-one interactivity? One-to-one interactivity is that basically when in our interface, when the user approaches the screen, there is an onscreen cursor that shows up, and that on screen cursor is what is the control point for the user. Now one-to-one interactivity for us to achieve that where the cursor is at the same height or there's no parallax between where the finger is and where the cursor is, for that you have to be connected to or at the screen, and when you are connected to the screen, based on our current camera technology, we can control up to a 42 inch screen for one-to-one interactivity, but we've also been doing exams showing examples where if you connect the sensor to slightly in front of the display, then you can cover a wider area and we've been able to showcase examples of our technology being used on up to a 75 inch LCD screen in portrait mode.  So then any larger than that, the scale gets a little wonky, right? Cause you've got a person standing in front of a very large display and it just starts to get a little weird. Saurabh Gupta: Yeah. It's like putting a large TV in a small living room. So you need to be slightly further away because then it gets too overwhelming, and for that, we have worked with certain partners and they've done some really interesting work like this company called IDUM, they built a pedestal and so that pedestal encloses our tracking device, and that can be placed several feet from a large immersive canvas, like a LED wall, as an example, in a museum type activation, and people can walk by and then they can control the whole screen with that pedestal slightly further away from the screen. So it's like a Crestron controller or something except for a big LED display!  Saurabh Gupta: Exactly. It's like a trackpad in front of the screen, but slightly further away.  Gotcha. All right. Time flew by, man. We're already deep into this. You were telling me before we hit record that your company will be at NRF and you may also have people wandering around IEC but if people want to know more about your company, they go to ultraleap.com?  Saurabh Gupta: That's correct. Ultraleap.com, we have all the information there and David, it was great to talk to you and thank you for the opportunity.   

SCIP IntelliCast
Scenario Planning, Uncertainty, and The Pandemic Era

SCIP IntelliCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 36:09


Between the pandemic, social upheaval, and a volatile political climate, the last two years have seen an enormous amount of change, stress, and uncertainty.  Organizations that can sense and adapt to change will be rewarded with new types of competitive advantage. But Market & Competitive Intelligence professionals need to embrace new ways of thinking and working to help our organizations navigate through uncertainty.  In this episode of SCIP IntelliCast, we talk with Peter Schwartz, Senior Vice President of Strategy & Chief Futurist for Salesforce about: How can Scenario Planning help us navigate the Pandemic Era?Where do most organizations stumble when doing Scenario Planning? How can organizations engage their entire workforce in thinking about the future, not just senior leadership? How do you provide fresh perspectives to one of the best connected CEOs in the world? Is remote work here to stay? What does that mean for businesses and consumers?What responsibility do businesses have to the various communities they're connected to?About Peter: As Salesforce's Senior Vice President of Strategy and Chief Futurist, Peter Schwartz manages the organization's ongoing strategic conversations around the world.  Prior to joining Salesforce, Peter was co-founder and chairman of Global Business Network. He's also an author and his first book, The Art of the Long View, is considered a seminal publication on scenario planning.  Peter has served as a script consultant on the films "The Minority Report," "Deep Impact," "Sneakers," and "War Games." 

Movie Wars
Total Recall Vs. Minority Report (Ep. 0017)

Movie Wars

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 88:15


Phillip K. Dick wrote two incredibly prophetic stories of technophobia with The Minority Report(1956) and We Can Remember it For You Wholesale(1966). It doesn't hurt that they also led to two Sci-Fi classics carried by leading men Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Cruise. Get paranoid and get weird with the Movie Wars crew as we discuss Total Recall and Minority Report.  Support Movie Wars for the price of a latte a month! A $7 monthly contribution helps us make more content while growing the show. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27742081 (Click here to become a patron! ) Film Summaries: Total Recall Douglas Quaid (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a bored construction worker in the year 2084 who dreams of visiting the colonized Mars. He visits "Rekall," a company that plants false memories into people's brains, in order to experience the thrill of Mars without having to travel there. But something goes wrong during the procedure; Quaid discovers that his entire life is actually a false memory and that the people who implanted it in his head now want him dead. Rating: R Genre: Sci-Fi, Action Director: Paul Verhoeven Producer: Buzz Feitshans, Ronald Shusett Writer: Philip K. Dick, Jon Povill, Gary Goldman Release Date (Streaming): May 21, 2002 Box Office (Gross USA): $117.8M Runtime: 1h 49m (Info courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/total_recall (https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/total_recall)) Minority Report Based on a story by famed science fiction writer Philip K. Dick, "Minority Report" is an action-detective thriller set in Washington D.C. in 2054, where police utilize a psychic technology to arrest and convict murderers before they commit their crime. Tom Cruise plays the head of this Precrime unit and is himself accused of the future murder of a man he hasn't even met. Rating: PG-13 (Drug Content|Brief Language|Some Sexuality|Violence) Genre: Sci-Fi, Mystery & Thriller, Action Original Language: English Director: Steven Spielberg Producer: Gerald R. Molen, Bonnie Curtis, Walter F. Parkes, Jan de Bont Writer: Philip K. Dick, Scott Frank, Jon Cohen Release Date (Theaters): Jun 21, 2002  Wide Release Date (Streaming): Dec 17, 2002 Box Office (Gross USA): $132.0M Runtime: 2h 24m

Front Burner
Minority Report: What to watch for as the House returns

Front Burner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 22:17


The Conservative Party is objecting to Parliament's new mandatory vaccination policy. Its leader, Erin O'Toole, is fending off attacks on his leadership. And the Liberals are being accused of benefiting from unfair advantages in the House. This is just some of what's playing out as Parliament returns for the first time since June and the federal election. CBC chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton breaks down the new political season for us.

MinoriTea Report
Black Tonya Harding, AYA: Aaron Schock, Paul Rudd vs. Kumail Nanjiani

MinoriTea Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 79:23


Visit MinoriteaReport.com for Merch! The Rittenhouse Trial has Yo Aunteas rolling their eyes and praying he doesn't get off. The Ahmaud Arbery Trial is also going on and revealing new details of the murder. Auntea Kerel notices a few more specs of pepper in the sea of salt that is Palm Springs. Aminata Diallo is the Black Tonya Harding. RIP to those that died at Astroworld. This week's Ask Yo Aunteas question asks if they are a bad person for wanting to sleep with Aaron Schock. The crew review episode 3 of Insecure. Paul Rudd may have been named the sexiest man but Kumail Nanjiani has got the Aunteas' attention. That's what's brewing this week. So, Get Your Cups Ready For Minoritea Report!   Follow Us- MERCH: MinoriteaReport.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=1455491d0a4049b5 Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay Podcast. Join Yo' AunTeas Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they catch up & spill tea about the Black & POC LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, politics, sports, and pop culture!

The Right Wine
Episodio 132 - Mas vale prevenir... (Minority Report)

The Right Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 67:57


Basados en el libro y pelicula de "Minority Report" discutimos que sucesos en el mundo del vino detendriamos si pudiésemos ver en el futuro lo que causarían. Hablamos de los eventos que creemos son crimenes o simplemente dañinos para esta industria y como los evitaríamos.

StarShipSofa
StarShipSofa The Metaverse

StarShipSofa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 32:25


Welcome to a ramble about the hottest topic of the day - The Metaverse. Join me as I ramble on about Ready Player One, Rainbow's End, Her, Minority Report and a whole lot moreSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/starshipsofa. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Muse on Minis
Minority Report Ep 64

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 65:30


This week we talk about the newly release Riot Quest models and Warfaire Weekend

Arroe Collins
Peter Stormare From The Movie The Grand Duke Of Corsica

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 6:18


Peter Stormare is a Swedish actor, musician, playwright and theatre director. He is known for his work as Gaear Grimsrud in Fargo (1996) and John Abruzzi on Prison Break (2005-2007). He has appeared in films including The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), Playing God (1997), The Big Lebowski (1998), Armageddon (1998), 8mm (1999), Dancer in the Dark (2000), Windtalkers (2002), Minority Report (2002), Bad Boys II (2003), Constantine (2005), and 22 Jump Street (2014), and the video games Destiny (2014), Until Dawn (2015) and Destiny 2 (2017). Stormare was featured in a 2011 Super Bowl premiered commercial for Budweiser (where he played a cowboy), and also appeared alongside Kevin Spacey and Daniel Wu in the Chinese film Inseparable, which premiered at the 2011 Busan International Film Festival. In 2014, Stormare appeared in episodes of Longmire, Arrow, and The Blacklist, and starred in the Eli Roth-produced film, Clown (2014). In 2015, Stormare voiced and motion-captured the character Dr. Alan Hill in the video game Until Dawn. In 2016, he played Rutger Burlin in the Swedish television series Midnattssol; he also co-created, and starred as Ingmar in, the web television series Swedish Dicks, which was renewed for a second season in October 2016. In 2017, he played a role in John Wick: Chapter 2 and the part of Czernobog on the Starz series American Gods. He played the vampire Godbrand in the Netflix animated series Castlevania. In 2019 he appeared in the music video of the song "Graven" by the U.S. death metal band, Possessed. Stormare is also an accomplished musician; after Bono of U2 heard some of Stormare's music, he encouraged Stormare to make an album. In 2002, Stormare released his first album, Dallerpölsa och småfåglar. He plays in a band called Blonde from Fargo and runs a record label called StormVox. He appeared in the music video of the song "Uprising" by the Swedish power metal band Sabaton.

Arroe Collins
Peter Stormare From The Movie The Grand Duke Of Corsica

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 6:18


Peter Stormare is a Swedish actor, musician, playwright and theatre director. He is known for his work as Gaear Grimsrud in Fargo (1996) and John Abruzzi on Prison Break (2005-2007). He has appeared in films including The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), Playing God (1997), The Big Lebowski (1998), Armageddon (1998), 8mm (1999), Dancer in the Dark (2000), Windtalkers (2002), Minority Report (2002), Bad Boys II (2003), Constantine (2005), and 22 Jump Street (2014), and the video games Destiny (2014), Until Dawn (2015) and Destiny 2 (2017). Stormare was featured in a 2011 Super Bowl premiered commercial for Budweiser (where he played a cowboy), and also appeared alongside Kevin Spacey and Daniel Wu in the Chinese film Inseparable, which premiered at the 2011 Busan International Film Festival. In 2014, Stormare appeared in episodes of Longmire, Arrow, and The Blacklist, and starred in the Eli Roth-produced film, Clown (2014). In 2015, Stormare voiced and motion-captured the character Dr. Alan Hill in the video game Until Dawn. In 2016, he played Rutger Burlin in the Swedish television series Midnattssol; he also co-created, and starred as Ingmar in, the web television series Swedish Dicks, which was renewed for a second season in October 2016. In 2017, he played a role in John Wick: Chapter 2 and the part of Czernobog on the Starz series American Gods. He played the vampire Godbrand in the Netflix animated series Castlevania. In 2019 he appeared in the music video of the song "Graven" by the U.S. death metal band, Possessed. Stormare is also an accomplished musician; after Bono of U2 heard some of Stormare's music, he encouraged Stormare to make an album. In 2002, Stormare released his first album, Dallerpölsa och småfåglar. He plays in a band called Blonde from Fargo and runs a record label called StormVox. He appeared in the music video of the song "Uprising" by the Swedish power metal band Sabaton.

Red Eye Radio
Red Eye Radio 10/27/21 Part 1

Red Eye Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 108:29


Elon Musk rips Minority Report tax, Mexican caravan says tell Biden we are coming, Loudoun County parents push for resignation of superintendent, billionaire's tax will face constitutional challenge, Pentagon: ISIS K could attack US in 6 or 12 months, criminal charges have not been ruled out in movie set shooting   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mike and Dane Hall of Fame Podcast

Very Underrated

MinoriTea Report
Porn Habits, Adele: It Ain't Easy On Me, Black Squid Games

MinoriTea Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 80:43


Visit MinoriteaReport.com for Merch! The new Macbook Pro comes out and Yo Aunteas can only think about the Porn that can be watched! Adele released her new song Easy On Me. Is it Hot Tea or Cold Tea? Jesy Nelson doesn't know the line between Appreciation and Appropriation. This week's Ask Yo Aunteas question asks how long should you get to know a person before you officially start dating them? RIP Colin Powell. 1 Got To Go: Black TV Shows. Which Black Squid Games would you dominate and which would get you killed? Clear Gay Moments in our Childhood. That's What's Brewing Today. So, Get Your Cups Ready For Minoritea Report! Follow Us- MERCH: MinoriteaReport.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=1455491d0a4049b5     Time Stamps: 4:05- #MacbookPro 5:40- #PornHabits 19:20- #Adele #EasyOnMe 29:27- #JesyNelson 40:22- #AYA 56:48- #ColinPowell 58:18- 1 Got To Go 1:06:13- #BlackSquidGames 1:16:35- Gay Childhood Moments   Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay Podcast. Join Yo' AunTeas Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they catch up & spill tea about the Black & POC LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, politics, sports, and pop culture!

Bourbon 'n BrownTown
Ep. 76 - Surveillance Capitalism & Abolitionist Tech, Pt. 2 ft. Alyxandra Goodwin

Bourbon 'n BrownTown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 115:05


EPISODE NOTE: Content warning for sounds of violence (gunshots); and spoiler alert for films mentioned belowGUESTAlyx is currently a Deputy Campaign Director on Policing and Incarceration at the Action Center on Race and the Economy (ACRE), organizes with BYP100 Chicago, and is a co-founder and writer with LEFT OUT Magazine. Her writing and activism are centered around the momentum and challenges of building Black power and self-determination. Her work at ACRE currently focuses on the relationship between the finance industry and policing, racialized capitalism, and how they exacerbate oppressions.OVERVIEWBrownTown spills even more the tea on in part two of the surveillance capitalism and abolitionist tech conversation with Alyx Goodwin. The team finishes their lengthy two-part discussion by breaking down myths of tech neutrality, offering anti-capitalist and anti-authoritarian critiques of dystopian tech action movies, and lean into what their abolitionist tech future  looks like.Alyx and BrownTown pick up where they left off centering a couple reminders and updates before the dig in. The gang discusses the observations and broader lessons from the October 4th Chicago Police Department budget hearing, then-updates of the #StopShotSpotter campaign (1, 2), and the global ramifications of Facebook going down for several hours before unpacking policing as a logic, disaster capitalism, and the bias of tech. Alyx and Caullen discuss how prison tech came home during COVID-19 lockdowns and the advantages of public tech. David re-introduces the role of popular culture in both reinforcing copaganda and problematic systems while also offering heightened critiques of such "fictional" future worlds with tech and spectacle at the forefront. Caullen offers his abolitionist and anti-capitalist critiques of RoboCop (1987) and its early 90's sequels, RoboCop (2014), The Running Man (1987), Demolition Man (1993), and Minority Report (2002) while David and Alyx build out the real world implications, deducing the highly reflexive relationship between art and culture. Once again, they close out encouraging us to interrogate not only the uses of new technologies, but the technologies themselves as well as the unaltered violent systems that they often embolden. If surveillance capitalism and the prison-industrial complex is the puppet master of technology, who is the show for? Here's their take. Originally recorded October 7, 2021.Go back and re-listen to Part One!--Corrections and information on films mentioned:RoboCop  (2014) - 5 Reasons Why RoboCop 2014 Isn't As Bad As People Say It Is (& 5 Reasons It Is) (Screenrant)RoboCop (2014) - Opening scene takes place in Tehran, Iran, presented as "Operation: Tehran" in the film.The Politics of Demolition Man (video)The Running Man (1987) synopsis: By 2017, the United States has become a totalitarian police state following a worldwide economic collapse. The government pacifies the populace through The Running Man, a broadcast game show, where criminals fight for their lives as "runners", fleeing from armed mercenaries named the "stalkers", to earn a state pardon. (Wikipedia)Minority Report (2002) - Filming took place from March 22 to July 18, 2001, in Washington, D.C., Virgina, and Los Angeles. Film locations included the Ronald Reagan Building (as Pre Crime headquarters) and Georgetown. (Wikipedia)Mentioned in episode and extra information:Shoshana Zuboff featured in 'The goal is to automate us': Welcome to the Age of Surveillance Capitalism (Naughton, The Guardian)Gang database under a new fancy name Criminal Enterprise Information System (CEIS) (MacArthur Justice Center)Operation Legend is Bringing Surveillance Tech to Cities (Schwenk, The Intercept)Students Are Pushing Back Against Proctoring Surveillance Apps (Kelly, EFF)For Tech to be equitable, the people must control it (Alyx Goodwin, LEFT OUT)Issues in "crime" reporting  (Alex Karakatsanis)Afghan Activist: We All Deserve Refuge, Not Just Those Who Served the U.S. (Lazare, In These Times)Where Counter-terrorism Got Us  (Todd St. Hill, LEFT OUT)General McKenzie apologies for Kabul strike killing 10 civilians, not ISIS-K (Smith, The Guardian)Plans for $400-billion new city in the American desert unveiled (Holland, CNN)Dystopian world': Singapore patrol robots stoke fears of surveillance state (France-Presse, The Guardian)Chicago Drill 'n' Activism cross-platform documentary and multimedia project on drill rap and activismObama CBA Coalition and SoapBox projectPredictive policing and Chicago's Heat List (The Verge)Neighborhoods Watched: The Rise of Urban Mass Surveillance (Stein, et. al)Social justice solutions for BIPOC communities (SXSW)Citizens Police Data ProjectTech is Not Neutral--Sign the #StopShotSpotter petition and take action with the toolkit! Check #DefundCPD's social media for updates on the campaign (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linktree). Watch SoapBox's Stop ShotSpotter PSA here!Follow Alyxandra on Instagram and Twitter! Read her and others' work at LEFTOUTmag.com and follow LEFT OUT on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.Follow ACRE on their site, Facebook, Instagram, and Medium; and BYP100 on their site, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.--CREDITS: Intro soundbite from SoapBox's Stop ShotSpotter PSA edited by James Edward Murray and outro song Police State by Dead Prez. Audio engineered by Genta Tamashiro and Kiera Battles. Episode photo by Thoughtpoet.--Bourbon 'n BrownTownFacebook | Twitter | Instagram | Site | Linktree | PatreonSoapBox Productions and Organizing, 501(c)3Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Site | Linktree | Support

Muse on Minis
Minority Report Ep 63

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 112:05


The team goes over the all the changes in the Quality of Life update!

Muse on Minis
Minority Report Ep 62 Dynamic Update!

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 97:28


The crew discusses the new dynamic update!

TheIndustry.fashion Podcast
Daniel Peters, Founder, Fashion Minority Report

TheIndustry.fashion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 53:14


Daniel Peters is a fashion marketing specialist with a mission for promoting careers of marginalised voices within the industry. It was this mission that encouraged him to set up  Fashion Minority Report, an organisation dedicated to helping businesses create an inclusive workplace culture. Despite the fact that he established his business just as the Covid pandemic hit the UK last summer, Daniel is in demand, as fashion as a whole examines the way it represents and supports minority voices both internally and externally.On top of running his own business, Daniel is also a member of the steering committee for diversity and inclusion at the British Fashion Council and is a regular speaker and commentator making numerous media appearances. In the latest episode of the IN DETAIL podcast, Daniel speaks to Lauretta Roberts Editor-in-chief of TheIndustry.fashion about how he helps companies confront some often uncomfortable questions to produce tangible results, but despite the failings in this industry and in the wider community he remains a huge fan of fashion and is an optimist who is determined to be a force for positivity and is also something of a dab hand in the kitchen as we shall discover.Get breaking news as it happens and be the first to know when our podcasts go live by following:  INSTAGRAM  ***  LINKEDIN  ***  TWITTER  ***  FACEBOOKGet breaking news, big name interviews & insights delivered to your inbox daily HERE

Muse on Minis
Minority Report Ep 61

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 55:04


This week we talk battle reports and the Michigan GT.

MinoriTea Report
Ep 141

MinoriTea Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 98:09


Visit MinoriteaReport.com for Merch!! Auntea Jerrell is back as a Gay Bowl Champ. Zaylore (Zee) Stout joins us for Gay History Month to talk about his book "Our Gay History in 50 States". This week's Ask Yo Aunteas Question asks how important is sexual compatibility when getting into a relationship and does it continue to matter? Superman's son comes out as Bi-Sexual and Tyrese comes out of the woodworks starting shit. Yo Aunteas get HEATED over the Dave Chappelle standup! That's what's brewing today! So, Get Your Cups Ready For Minoritea Report. Follow Us- MERCH: MinoriteaReport.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- Yo Aunteas Break Out Into Song TIme Stamps 0:00- Auntea Jerrell is back 3:25- Zaylore Stout Our Gay History in 50 States 36:14- AYA 59:51- Superman's Son is Bi 1:11:41- Chappelle Got Us Fighting 1:35:18- Kylie Irving   Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay Podcast. Join Yo' AunTeas Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they catch up & spill tea about the Black & POC LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, politics, sports, and pop culture!

Sh**ged Married Annoyed
Ep 138. Party at the drive thru

Sh**ged Married Annoyed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 54:32


On the podcast this week Chris and Rosie discuss Rosie's shortened swimming career, Chris's forgetfulness and what may or may not have happened in The Minority Report. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

AMP'd About Movies
Minority Report (Directed by Steven Spielberg) - You ever heard of IT Audit?

AMP'd About Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 73:36


An epic sci-fi mystery that will welcome you into a world where murder has been removed from the Washington D.C. area, Minority Report was a fun film to watch, and an even more fun film to discuss. That said, Chad and David gave it no grace for it's lacking IT controls. Next week, we will be watching I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore (Directed by Macon Blair), so be sure to watch it this week in preparation! Or don't, it's your call. It's currently available on Netflix. If you would like to contribute your thoughts to a future episode, leave us a voice message here: https://anchor.fm/david-black9/message or email us at ampdaboutmovies@gmail.com. You can also leave a review on Apple Podcasts, or check out the new poll and question on Spotify! Additionally, we've recently opened up our podcast for Listener Support. If you enjoy what you hear and want to make it possible for us to keep watching movies, you can pledge between 1 and 10 dollars a month to make that happen. That said, we appreciate you all, whether you're just listening or chipping into our funds! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-black9/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-black9/support

MinoriTea Report
Dave Chappelle: The Closer, Squid Game: Red or Green Light?, AYA: Dating Rituals

MinoriTea Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 86:02


Visit MinoriteaReport.com for Merch!! Auntea Landon fills in for Auntea Jerrell and Auntea Dawon is back from Outer Space! Kerel celebrates his two-year wedding anniversary and the crew tells an awkward story from the wedding week. The Facebook and Instagram shut down had the world shook! George Floyd's new statue in NYC gets defaced. Dave Chappelle drops his latest special and has some of the LGBTQIA community up in arms, again. Squid Game Kills it on Netflix! This week's Ask Yo Aunteas Question asks for Dating Rituals. Yo Aunteas launch a new segment titled "PeTea News". Adele is BACK! That's What's Brewing This Week. So, Get Your Cups Ready For Minoritea Report!   Follow Us- MERCH: MinoriteaReport.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=1455491d0a4049b5   Time Stamps: 2:00- Dawon's Back From Outer Space 13:00- Kerel's 2 Year Wedding Anniversary 20:00- FB & IG Shut Down 28:15- George Floyd Statue Defaced 34:20- Dave Chappelle: The Closer 45:18- Squid Game 51:00- AYA 1:13:33- PeTea News 1:23:25- Adele   Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay Podcast. Join Yo' AunTeas Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they catch up & spill tea about the Black & POC LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, politics, sports, and pop culture!

Red Carpet Rookies
Bonnie Curtis | Producer: Saving Private Ryan, Minority Report, Amistad

Red Carpet Rookies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 59:10


From Texas to the side of Steven Spielberg, Bonnie Curtis has had a journey. Known as one of the most regarded Producer's in the film industry, Bonnie worked her way from Steven Spielberg's Assistant, all the way through to his Producer and now runs her own film production partnership with previous podcast guest Julie Lynn. In this episode which I think may be my favourite I've ever made Bonnie gives a masterclass in how to open doors in your career, advice she's received from Steven for life and business and how to get back on the path you were always destined for. What you'll learn:- How does a famous director hire an assistant- What gets you noticed by prominent executives- THE REAL STORY of what happened on the beach during the Saving Private Ryan shoot- how to move from studio film making to indie moviesand so much more. 

Hyenas
Minority Report - Pt.2 Fate Vs Free Will EP 35

Hyenas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 70:51


This week we rip apart Minority Report (2002) starring Tom Cruise. We sink our teeth into cosmetic surgery looking like bad cgi, strange body modifications,  'not my son', God is like a video game developer and so much more. 

Cinefilia & Companhia
Episódio 18 – Olhares sobre Spielberg – parte 2

Cinefilia & Companhia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 151:53


Na última parte da aventura cinéfila através da filmografia de Steven Spielberg, Henrique, Hugo e Juliana se detiveram nos filmes “Jurassic Park – o parque dos dinossauros”, “O resgate do Soldado Ryan”, “Minority Report – a nova lei” e “Munique”. A impressão é que se fala de uma outra fase do cineasta americano, numa guinada mais madura, que de forma alguma perde sua ternura. No final do episódio, o grande desafio de indicar o Top 3 de cada um. O programa está divertido, interessante, emocionante e cheio de insights. Vale a pena! ------------------------------------------------- Entre em contato com o Cinefilia & Companhia, e deixe seus comentários, elogios e opiniões sobre os filmes tratados. E-mail: cinefilia.companhia@gmail.com Instagram: @cinefiliaecompanhia ------------------------------------------------- Pauta e Apresentação: Henrique Pires, Hugo Harris e Juliana Varella Edição do episódio: Henrique Pires Edição de vídeos de divulgação: Gabriel Almeida Artes gráficas: Joe Borges Coordenação de Comunicação: Juliana Varella Coordenação de Edição e Artes: Henrique Pires Coordenação Geral: Hugo Harris

In The Loop
ITL Hour 1: The Minority Report

In The Loop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 42:14


John Lopez, Brandon Scott in for Landry Locker, alongside Figgy Fig reacts to the Astros beat down to the Rays, Dusty Baker not worried but ITL is worried, Quantity over Quality when it comes to Draft picks with the Texans, and a surprise call from original Host of ITL Nick Wright   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hyenas
Minority Report - Pt.1 Fate Vs Free Will EP 34

Hyenas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 67:48


This week we rip apart Minority Report (2002) starring Tom Cruise. We sink our teeth into cheating spouses, how not to play yourself,  'precog' slaves, meetings with God, flying cars to Shoreditch, China is already in the future and so much more. 

Muse on Minis
Minority Report Ep 60

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 82:25


Dynamic Update Discussion

KharisMedia
The Minority Report

KharisMedia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 19:21


The Minority Report by David Antwi

Muse on Minis
Minority Report Ep 59 0-casters

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 60:07


The team talks about the 0-casters!

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
House of Spielberg - 51 - Minority Report

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 68:25


This week we tackle the 2002 classic "Minority Report." Whether Spielberg knew it or not, he would shape the future of fictional technology for decades. At the height of his action hero prowess, Tom Cruise runs right off the screen! What do you think of this 19-year-old film?

House of Fincher
House of Spielberg - 51 - Minority Report

House of Fincher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 68:25


This week we tackle the 2002 classic "Minority Report." Whether Spielberg knew it or not, he would shape the future of fictional technology for decades. At the height of his action hero prowess, Tom Cruise runs right off the screen!What do you think of this 19-year-old film?

As It Happens from CBC Radio
September 21: Minority report

As It Happens from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 48:54


Elxn: Liberal Wayne Long, O'Toole Future: Randy Hoback, Giraffe Fight Club, 2021 Toy Hall of Fame, US/Mexico Border Force, World's Whitest Paint and more.

BEAM Me Up
Criminal Minds II (Pyscho Pass)

BEAM Me Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 43:09


Thats right people, crimes are still going on so we decided to take a different approach. How would you like it if we were to arrest you before you even did the crime? Hang out with the NICE crew as we go over the new justice system put into play courtesy of Psycho Pass. You think 12 hours of mayhem is bad wait till you have to keep your emotions in check 24/7.  Join the conversation: Do you think its fair to judge and convict people on charges they haven't committed yet? Let us know on our Twitter @NICEentgroup! If you have a bit of free time and your looking for a laugh, check out our Youtube channel @ Youtube.com/Nicegamingent! 

MinoriTea Report
Y'all Better Leave Nicki's Testicles Alone, Chloe's VMA's Recital, AYA: Career Moves

MinoriTea Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 84:13


Auntea Jerrell limits how much Kerel and Dawon can talk about The Matrix. Favorite Summer Moments cause here comes Fall. Who had the best Met Gala looks and #YoAunteas stan KeKe Palmer. The crew recaps the VMAs. Nicki Minaj has the whole world in an uproar over vaccines and enlarged testicles. Chloe gives her debut recital. Normani gives us Janet vibes. Madonna shows her new ass. This week's Ask Yo Aunteas question asks how to break up a good relationship due to a career move. They are remaking The Bodyguard but who should star in it? What are you buying from the Apple Event? That's What's Brewing Today. So, Get Your Cups Ready For Minoritea Report! Follow Us- Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=1455491d0a4049b5 Time Stamps: 0:55- The Matrix Again 3:25- Fav Summer Moments before Fall 17:55- Met Gala 30:10- VMAs 32:32- Nicki's Testicles 37:15- Chloe & Normani 47:20- Madonna's New Ass 52:05- AYA 1:08:10- The Bodyguard Remake 1:18:23- Apple Event   Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay Podcast. Join Yo' AunTeas Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they catch up & spill tea about the Black & POC LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, politics, sports, and pop culture!

Calvary Baptist Santa Barbara
September 19, 2021 | Minority Report - Matthew 7:13-14

Calvary Baptist Santa Barbara

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 48:01


Secret Movie Club Podcast
SMC Pod #73: War of the Worlds and Dark Spielberg

Secret Movie Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 39:18


The Secret Movie Club team (Connor Lloyd Crews, Edwin Gomez, Daniel Ott, Craig Hammill) discuss the intensity of Steven Spielberg's 2005 WAR OF THE WORLDS, debate the appropriateness of its use of 9/11 imagery in sci-fi, and discuss with fascination many of Spielberg's darker movies including MINORITY REPORT, MUNICH, EMPIRE OF THE SUN, AI, among others. 

Borderline
Geoffrey Cain | How China built the perfect police state

Borderline

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 40:05


It's got the Big Brother and Newspeak of 1984, the predictive policing of Minority Report, the monitoring and neighbourly delation of the Stasi and the cultural erasure of the Khmer Rouge. And concentration camps. In Xinjiang, the Chinese Communist Party may well have created the perfect police state. Journalist Geoffrey Cain investigates the Uyghur genocide and reveals what happens in the real world when you combine totalitarian ideology with artificial intelligence.Show notes00:17 Intro02:26 A day in the life of a Uyghur woman07:28 Every totalitarian dystopia wrapped into one10:16 A 21st-century genocide12:32 The technology doesn't even need to be that good15:48 Why China went after the Uyghurs18:06 Membership ad19:47 How the return of the Taliban might impact the Uyghurs21:45 Dystopia in the dark24:34 How China exports its surveillance27:51 How Western corporations and economies got trapped30:44 The New Cold War32:46 The death of techno utopianism35:23 First let's fix the financial system 38:35 Outro

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 21-346 - Make No Mistake

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 38:40


In this episode, the question isn't how bad was August, but how bad a Biden September and October could be. The Tax Foundation shows Americans pay more in federal, state and local taxes than we do on food, clothing and shelter -- combined.

Third Church Teachings
Third Auditorium || Ecclesiastes: Minority Report

Third Church Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021


Muse on Minis
Minority Report: Siege Invitational and Barny

Muse on Minis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 43:05


Superfeed! from The Incomparable
The Incomparable 578: Fish in the Milk

Superfeed! from The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 89:25


Stand up and prepare to operate your computer by waving your hands! The Summer of Spielberg continues with 2002’s “Minority Report,” a sci-fi noirish murder mystery combined with a vision of the future and a dose of social commentary. We discuss the future’s retinal-scanning obsession, Tom Cruise’s security eyes, and the amazing precog named Agatha. Is it now? I’m tired of the future. Host Jason Snell with Erika Ensign, James Thomson, Monty Ashley and Annette Wierstra.

The Incomparable
578: Fish in the Milk

The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 89:25


Stand up and prepare to operate your computer by waving your hands! The Summer of Spielberg continues with 2002’s “Minority Report,” a sci-fi noirish murder mystery combined with a vision of the future and a dose of social commentary. We discuss the future’s retinal-scanning obsession, Tom Cruise’s security eyes, and the amazing precog named Agatha. Is it now? I’m tired of the future. Jason Snell with Erika Ensign, James Thomson, Monty Ashley and Annette Wierstra.

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
NEAL MCDONOUGH Becoming the ‘Bad Guy' for his Faith & Family

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 71:18


The incredibly interesting and kind Neal McDonough (Band of Brothers, Minority Report) joins me this week for his first ever podcast to discuss being blackballed for a period of time for decisions he made for his family and his journey in becoming a Hollywood bad guy for his faith. Neal and I talk about our shared path towards villainry in the majority of his work and the exact details behind his industry cold shoulder that sent him into a dark point in his life. We also talk about working with Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, Angels in the Outfield, and Neal's exciting upcoming role as former president Dwight D. Eisenhower in the upcoming season of American Horror Story!

MinoriTea Report
Rumors: Lizzo vs. Lindsay, AYA: Begging For A BJ, Afghanistan & Haiti

MinoriTea Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 86:33


While Dawon is in Greece, Auntea Landon fills in and spills tea about Market Days with Auntea Kerel. Are the Aunteas feeling Lizzo's new song, Rumors? Shang-Chi looks really good! Auntea Jerrell has a moment about White Lotus. Dear White People, as a musical? This week's Ask Yo Aunteas question asks what to do when your boyfriend won't suck your dick. Prayers and thoughts go out to Afghanistan and Haiti. Folks have been working 2 full-time jobs, remotely but is it enough to make ends meet? As a gay black man, do you feel safer in the USA or PV? That's What's Brewing Today! So, Get Your Cups Ready For Minoritea Report! Follow Us- Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=1455491d0a4049b5 Time Stamps: 4:05- Market Days 16:55- Lizzo Rumors 23:44- Shang-Chi 30:30- White Lotus 33:47- Dear White people 38:15- Commercial Break 38:20- AYA 51:49- Afghanistan & Haiti 1:02:38- Working 2 Jobs Remotely 1:10:24- Cost of living to make ends meet 1:17:15- PV vs. US   Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay Podcast. Join Yo' AunTeas Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they catch up & spill tea about the Black & POC LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, politics, sports, and pop culture!  

Masters of Our Domain
S3 E17 "The Boyfriend" (Part 1of 2) Feat. Dan Muggleton

Masters of Our Domain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 81:59


Returning champion Dan Muggleton (@danmuggleton) Joins Milo (@milo_edwards) and Phoebe (@prhroy) for a special two-part episode about Seinfeld's first two parter, in which Phoebe finally understands the references to the 1990 film JFK but reveals she has not seen the 2002 film Minority Report... Part 2 on the Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/55217763 Follow us on Twitter @mastersofpod!

Stage 4 Clinger
Jason Antoon

Stage 4 Clinger

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 71:47


We couldn't have dreamt of a better guest to start off season three with! Jason Antoon (Claws, Minority Report, NCIS Hawaii) is our new best friend!! Jason tells us about how Broadway taught him to manscape, what it was like working with Spielberg, how it feels to wrestle Tom Cruise, and what he REALLY thinks of his CLAWS Co-Stars. Jason is so freaking smart, funny, and warm. You will love him as much as we do! Go listen NOW!

Get Off My Lawn Podcast w/ Gavin McInnes
GOML LIVE #108 - BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION (Part 1)

Get Off My Lawn Podcast w/ Gavin McInnes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 35:50


After making fun of self-parenting, we take a call from jail, check the mailbag for freaks, and learn the IRS is Minority Report.