We’ve got more good ones coming, and this is a great time to dig through our archive. One of my favorites is this interview with Ahmed Albasheer, who has a show sort of like the Daily Show, in Iraq. Watch here:
Walter Isaacson chatted with Anthony Monaco, president of Tufts University, about the challenges and opportunities for educational institutions. Watch here:
Hari Sreenivasan interviewed Nicholas Christakis, a sociologist and physician, who discussed historical precedents, and how ideas spread and what that means for us now. Watch it here:
For the first interview, Walter Isaacson spoke with Dr. David Ho about the current situation, testing, etc. Dr. Ho did critical research on HIV in the 1990s.
Folks in TV mostly spent last week scrambling to find ways to get our shows done without studios or control rooms. On Amanpour & Company, we managed to continue with our long form interviews and to get them on the air the next day.
Clearview AI is freshly in the news, after their client list was hacked. That’s the shop that scraped *3 billion* images off the ‘net to sell face recognition s/w to cops. Here’s an interview Hari Sreenivasan did with the CEO last week:
Tonight,on Frontline-”Targeting El Paso” investigates how El Paso, TX, became the Trump admin’s testing ground for their most extreme immigration policies. Written/produced by Marcia Gaviria (@marcellular). I helped out on this show; it’s eye-opening reporting.
I just edited this fun interview with John Lithgow. He wrote a book of limericks about Trump! 📺
This active wildfire map by the LA Times combines data from many sources to reveal a shocking up-to-the-minute picture. Wavy lines (extending over the ocean) are air pollution.