Greg and Jacques talk on day 5 of South Africa’s coronavirus lockdown, about how they are coping with it, and about how they think the nation might.
Our second episode about AI, focusing on the risks of [not] allowing AI to drive our cars and fly our planes.
The first part of a [4 part?] series, in which Greg and Jacques talk about Artificial Intelligence.
On homophobic discrimination and religious privilege, specifically the case of Beloftebos, a wedding venue that does not welcome gay marriages at their venue.
While many humans struggle with being in a body they are not comfortable with, there are also risks in starting treatment too early.
This week, your hosts discuss Facebook, privacy, de Klerk and whether apartheid was a crime against humanity, as well as Michael Bloomberg, doctored videos and the buying of elections.
This episode is a little [too] personal [for JR], because Greg gets all nosy about family heritage, the meaning of personal histories, and whether one should cherish the culture you emerged from.
This week’s episode talks about moral ambiguity, the case of Kobe Bryant and his rape accusations, and whether our heroes need to be imperfect to actually be worth celebrating. Musical interludes, and the intro and outro music, are edits of Soixante-8 by Obsibilo (under Creative Commons license 3.0). https://media.blubrry.com/squarebrackets/p/squarebrackets.co.za/audio/kobebryant.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 45:09 — 51.7MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts […]
Hello! We’re back for 2020 after a break which was [not really] restorative, because people kept saying perplexing things on Twitter and elsewhere. This episode is about the Democratic Alliance’s [apparent] attempts to alienate most of South Africa’s voters, through the mechanism of Helen Zille’s Twitter account. Musical interludes, and the intro and outro music, […]
Greg and Jacques talk about godparents, putting the X back into Christmas, and why nonbelievers can [and should] lighten up about people believing in strange things.