Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III discuss how Big Tech is weaponizing data with Tom Kemp, a Silicon Valley investor, entrepreneur and author of “Containing Big Tech: How to Protect Our Civil Rights, Economy, and Democracy.”
Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III discuss how to protect our democracy from extremism with Anthony R. Wells, author of the new book, “Guarding Against Extremism in the 21st Century: A Lesson from the Past. German Public Opinion and Hitler’s Policies, 1933-1939.”
Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III have a wide-ranging discussion with Stuart J. Russell, Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley, on why artificial intelligence must be controlled.
In the guest host seat, author Victoria Yeager asks Host Llewellyn King to share his thoughts on journalism, energy, and opportunity in America.
Host Llewellyn King and Co-Host Adam Clayton Powell III engage James Fallows, author, journalist and presidential speechwriter, in a wide-ranging discussion of American politics and life.
Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III discuss the risks and rewards of artificial intelligence with John Savage, An Wang professor emeritus of computer science at Brown University.
Llewellyn King discusses how business can help arrest climate change in Africa with Craig Cohut, founder, chairman and CEO of Pegasus Capital Advisors and Gina McCarthy, former EPA administrator.
Host Llewellyn King and new Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III talk about the political and personal relationship between House Speaker Tip O’Neill and President Ronald Reagan with Tod O’Connor, who was on O’Neill’s staff and plans to do a documentary on his life.
Host Llewellyn King talks with Denisa Augustinova, director of operations and co-founder of Magna, a Bratislava, Slovakia-based NGO providing medical aid to victims of conflict and crisis in Ukraine and other countries.