Ugo interviews Alasdair Davies, a conservation technologist who works on bringing affordable, customisable and repairable open hardware technology to people working on conservation projects.
Medicine has been revolutionized by technology that goes on – and in – our body. In these cases, questions of durability and reliability can become matters of life and death.
Voice-controlled home assistants are being sold in the millions: but they raise questions about privacy issues, product disposability, and machine learning.
Today we talk to David Li, founder of Open Innovation Lab, about maker culture in the city of Shenzhen: home to more than 4000 design firms.
On the 14th of March, International ‘Pi Day’, Ugo is joined by Restart volunteer Ben Skidmore and Eben Upton, creator of the Raspberry Pi: a tiny and affordable computer that can be used to teach programming to children and adults, and gives new life to old hardware.