Click: Episodes

37:57 mins
One of the highlights of ICRA (International Conference on Robotics and Automation) is the self-deploying foldable drones. The use of robots to find victims after natural disasters is fast becoming commonplace where robots are sent into areas too dangerous for rescue workers. Issues around safety, control ...
Goggle defends its stance on the right to be forgotten; MSF drones to the rescue; Digital spin on the Slave's Lament; The science of deconstructing music hits
The highlights from the Venice Biennale which this year puts the USA secret services under scrutiny
Facebook's opens Internet.org to all developers; Rebuilding Vanuatu with the help of smartphones; Kenyan app that aims to combat terrorism; Using Cloud Server power to heat homes; Gauge: composing with water
The mapping volunteers helping to pinpoint areas of need after the earthquake in Nepal; New technology that offers to help people with paralysis and others who are wheelchair bound; A multi-part web series based around privacy, surveillance and the economy of the web; A film by Robin Hauser Reynolds ...
Internet.org in India; The Perils of Blogging; Safe Landing for Drones; Moore's Law 50 Years On
Digital Fictional Life-coach; Robot on a rein; Coding and companies
Open data challenge; Future Crime; GPS tracks dementia
Does Space exploration benefit or suffer from the input of volunteers and Citizen Science?
Worries over digital dolls spying on children; Why fingerprints hold the key to secure health records in Bangladesh; Saving tigers with an app; A new device to teach coding in schools
What is the real hacking threat from groups such as Isis?; A report on an immersive experience of what the world might be like in decades to come; Anand Jagatia reports on the drive to slow down and personalise our written communication; Adebayo Adegbembo discusses how tech can preserve African cultures ...
Google reverses its threat to bloggers over sexually explicit material; Jen Copestake reports from the Mobile World Congress on customising modular phones; Viviana Doctorovich explores how women can break the digital glass ceiling; Ford unveils a prototype e-bike with extra sensors as warnings for cyclists ...
The special FX secrets behind the Oscar winning Interstellar; Smarter crowd control with the new developments in CCTV footage; A first-of-its-kind hackathon for Kickstarter and Citizen Cyberscience; Tech and our relationships with the ghostly networks and machines
Click deconstructs Eric Schmidt’s assertion that in the future the internet will disappear. Plus the UK’s Digital Democracy Commission’s report; India’s controversial digital ID scheme; The Sun Stands Still
A special report on how technology has influenced the evolution of democracy
In the aftermath of the Paris attacks what are the lessons about surveillance and tech?; A new app for survivors of Ebola helps tell their stories and provide hope other sufferers; A report on the Malaysian app that aims to clean up the streets and corruption; Alex Garland talks about the future of Artificial ...
Click's top tips for the New Year's tech resolutions; Portugal's mobile Wi-Fi network keeps commuters connected on the buses; Pocket Spacecraft crowd-sources space exploration project; 3D printing continues its inexorable rise – now in Paris
A special edition of Click from the BBC’s Radio Theatre charts the evolution of wearable technologies such as Google Glass, life-logging cameras and Sixth Sense gestural interfaces
Software to protect targeted human rights activists from online surveillance; Ben McNeil describes the new model for science research via crowdfunding; Mark Bosworth reports on Helsinki’s biggest ever tech event; A report on the winners of the latest Tony Sale computer conservation award
Using of cell phone positioning data to map the spread of Ebola; Vishva Samani reports on crowdsourcing disaster maps in the Philippines; How to make smart cities smarter and playable; Nir Eyal describes how to get hooked by and unhooked from tech
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