This week the BRIDGECast hosts will get into discussions about War and Terrorism in light of the recent events in Paris and other parts of the world. Topics will focus around Syrian refugees and refugee smuggling into Western countries, the current state of the Middle East and its relationship with Western nations, the issue of spotlight on only a few affected countries and why we should pay more attention to other nations that have been affected like France, and lastly, the cyclical nature of war.
This week the BRIDGECast hosts get into discussions about the role of artificial intelligence in social media with the advent of clickbait articles generated by AI, Trudeau’s newly appointed multicultural cabinet and how this will represent Canada on the global stage, our fascination with breaking phones and filming it for others to watch, as well as how open source robotics will change the pace and integration of robotics into our lives.
This week the BRIDGECast hosts get into discussions about Film Festivals! With the Grand River Film Festival in full swing, our hosts talk about bringing culture to the masses through the medium of film, how effective short films on a budget can be, how films can follow a standard type and still be refreshing at the same time, and the role of film festivals in today’s society.
This week the BRIDGECast hosts get into the topics of non-functional fashion for women and why its meant to be primarily aesthetic, how cursive writing dying off and what that may mean for younger generations, what exactly our fascination with aging is and why we seek immortality and the economics of sleep and how that really plays out in our lives.
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This week the BRIDGECast hosts get into discussions about the rise of the maker class in today’s society, the need for tragedy in everyday life, the battle between apple and microsoft for the best tablet/laptop, and cultural appropriation on halloween
This week the BRIDGECast hosts get into discussions about how the latest Canadian Supreme Court ruling on doctor assisted suicide is affecting Canadian political party views, how the refugee crisis in Syria is being handled by the EU and other international countries, what a post petroleum future might look like with the successful global launch of Tesla’s Model X electric family Sedan, and finally, cable vs. streaming.
This week the BRIDGECast hosts get into discussions about how reading to your child before bed either improves literacy or doesn’t; what the line between being a DJ and Producer has become in this day in age, and we also get into a discussion about how Canadian scientists and researchers are being further censored and muzzled by the Canadian government.