Engadget Podcast: Our 200th episode celebration

We look back at the rise of AI, 5G and other innovations that emerged since we started the show.

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We made it to 200 episodes folks! This week, Cherlynn, Devindra, Producer Ben Ellman and Senior Writer Sam Rutherford dive into some of the biggest tech developments since we rebooted the podcast in 2019. Remember, that was a pre-pandemic, pre-generative AI world! We also highlight a few guest interviews worth revisiting, like our chats with Bill Nye and Ann Druyan.

As for recent news, we quickly recap the OpenAI drama around Sam Altman’s ouster, discuss Google’s new Gemini AI platform, and chat about the revelation that governments are spying on our push notifications. Cherlynn also details her experience with Apple’s Personal Voice feature for iPhones and gives us a demo of her AI-generated digital voice.


Listen below or subscribe on your podcast app of choice. If you've got suggestions or topics you'd like covered on the show, be sure to email us or drop a note in the comments! And be sure to check out our other podcast, Engadget News!

Topics

  • It’s our 200th episode! We look back on what’s changed in tech since the show relaunched – 1:02

  • Sam Altman sacked and reinstated, a recap of the OpenAI drama – 44:29

  • Google announces Gemini AI, its answer to GPT-4 – 50:04

  • Microsoft upgrades Copilot with OpenAI’s GPT-4 Turbo and DALL-E 3 – 54:23

  • Governments are spying on push notifications, Google and Apple can’t do anything about it – 55:41

  • Mark Gurman reports Apple is working on revamped iPad Pros and an M3 MacBook Air – 58:02

  • Cherlynn’s experience with the new iOS accessibility feature Personal Voice – 58:58

  • Pop culture picks – 1:05:01

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Credits
Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Devindra Hardawar
Guest: Sam Rutherford
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O'Brien

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