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Manifest Density - Episode 35: Jamie Metzl on The China ‘lab leak’ theory

Manifest Density - Episode 35: Jamie Metzl on The China ‘lab leak’ theory

July 29, 2021

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Jamie Metzl, author, healthcare futurist and Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, explains why the “lab leak” their is gaining traction. Metzl is the author of five books, including the science fiction novels, Genesis Code and Eternal Sonata, and the non-fiction work, Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity. A former executive Vice President of the Asia Society, Metzl served the Clinton administration as director for multilateral and humanitarian affairs for the National Security Council, working for the Clinton administration in the United States Department of State as senior advisor to the undersecretary for public diplomacy and public affairs and information technology and senior coordinator for international public information, and was also deputy staff director of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee under then Senator Joe Biden.

Manifest Density - Episode 34 - The failed global response to COVID

Manifest Density - Episode 34 - The failed global response to COVID

July 16, 2021

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Author and former editor of Foreign Policy magazine, Jonathan Tepperman, is this weeks' guest speaking with Microshare's Mike Moran on the world's response to COVID-19.

 

Manifest Density - Episode 33 - Ransomware and cyber attacks: A COVID hangover

Manifest Density - Episode 33 - Ransomware and cyber attacks: A COVID hangover

July 8, 2021

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Eben Kaplan of cybersecurity consultancy CrowdStrike talks about the acceleration of cyber risk due to remote working, disrupted corporate culture and pure greed. 

Manifest Density - Episode 32 - COVID and slavery in supply chains

Manifest Density - Episode 32 - COVID and slavery in supply chains

July 2, 2021

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E. Benjamin Skinner of Transparentem on how COVID-19 impacted the dark, far reaches of the world's supply chains, where slavery and degradation persist. 

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