BP said this week it was studying the potential impact of 3D printing on oil demand in the event that manufacturing becomes local and global shipping declines. Pilita Clark, FT environment correspondent, discusses this and other potential threats to the industry with Andrew Ward, FT energy editor.
Presenter Claer Barrett is joined by the FT’s wealth correspondent to talk about the financial repercussions of a dementia diagnosis, plus columnist Jason Butler on how to get to grips with your finances, and how the rules around binary trading are tightening up.
Donald Trump’s controversial visa ban has led to chaos at airports and condemnation from abroad. What are the consequences – at home and overseas – of this unprecedented move by the new president? Daniel Dombey, the FT’s deputy world news editor, discusses the question with Washington bureau chief Demetri Sevastopulo and Erika Solomon, Middle East correspondent.
Stuart Russell, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, was one of the first researchers to sound the alarm bell on the risks of developing artificial intelligence. He joins the FT’s Richard Waters to discuss the state of AI, and how machines should be developed to avoid these risks.
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