Our future with covid, virtual relationships, and the dark side of AI with sci-fi writer Rob Sawyer

The CRAM Podcast ~ Extraordinary Ideas Unleashed

15-12-2022 • 38 mins

It’s been three years of living with the coronavirus – and the world has changed.  We spoke with popular sci-fi writer Rob Sawyer a year ago to get his predictions on the pandemic.  Where would we be with covid a year later?  How would our lives and relationships change? And where is technology taking us?  Now we’ve invited him back to see whether those predictions held true.  Hear what one of Canada’s big thinkers has to say about where we are now and what’s to come.

Info on Guest:

Robert Sawyer is one of Canada's most popular and prolific science fiction writers. He’s the only Canadian to have won all three top international awards for science fiction:  the Nebula, the Hugo, and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award.His most recent book is The Oppenheimer Alternative.   Rob is releasing his 25th book called The Downloaded in March of 2023 on Audible.   The print version will be out in the fall.  For more info on Rob’s book and other work, visit his website at https://www.sfwriter.com/.

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