Flying Cars Are A Bad Idea
Kam Raslan | Julian Yap | Matt Armitage
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Our culture vultures return this week with topics on surveillance, coming of age and some bad technology. Joining Kam Raslan this week is BFM's resident correspondent on all things technology, Matt Armitage; joined by Skip Intro's Julian Yap, making her debut appearance on the programme. First up is Kam, assessing his emotional reaction to Google's data tracking system and its implications. Julian speaks on the coming-of-age genre in movies and the future of her relationship with the genre when she eventually outgrows them. And Matt Armitage explains why flying cars are not such a great idea and its impossibility to guarantee all-around safety for its passengers.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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Categories: Film, Technology, Tech, History, People and Places
Tags: Google Maps, flying cars, coming of age movies, timeline, data, Cambridge Analytica, The Great Hack, teen movies, Lizzie Mcguire, Henry Ford, gyrocopter, drones, maglev, surveillance, The Anderson Tapes, Eight Grade, Margaret Atwood, The Testaments,