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Here at Lobeslab we are always on the lookout for new technologies, innovative ideas and challenging views. In this article the members of our team were asked to share one of their current favorite sources of inspiration.

Robert’s Podcast

Mine would be the “More or Less” BBC podcast. Podcasts have been a long time companion during boring commutes and house chores. I often find myself listening to this podcast as soon as I download it. It’s a great example of intelligent questioning of statistics in the news and not accepting the data blindly. Especially in our time where important data is being politicised, this podcast is refreshing.

Luke’s Suggestions

Due to my hectic lifestyle, I tend to try and multi-task. The Castbox mobile application has been a life-changer for me as it allows me to keep abreast with different topics via podcasts.
While resting in bed, exercising to keep a healthy lifestyle, or traveling I listen to either music (genre depending on mood) or interesting discussions. My preferred podcasts are Data Skeptic and TED Talks Technology. Both are technology-related podcasts focusing on data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.

Alan’s Reading List

I have a keen interest in the recent developments in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Here is a small reading list, which is more realistic than many hyped writings one may find: