By Miguel Escribano
Internet, operative systems, artificial intelligence, blockchain...

These buzzwords are repeated over and over again in press and marketing campaigns. Probably you also use them in your conversations.

But do we understand what these words represent? Or do we just accept them as magical gifts that only nerds can comprehend?

In this podcast I'll explain in simple terms some of the technological concepts that shape the current world. Hopefully I'll prove that Clarke's law is not (yet) true.

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Arthur C. Clarke
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