1:23 Mathy Vanhoef discovered the KRACK wifi vulnerability and details some of the misconceptions of the hack.
12:23 Sara Wachter-Boettcher, author of the book Technically Wrong, discusses the ways that technology has alienated groups of people.
28:41 Megabots co-founder Matt Oerhlein shares his thoughts on the first ever Megabots robot duel.
38:23 Sherif Hanna from Qualcomm dispells some of the common misconceptions around 5G technology and when consumers might finally see it.
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- KRACK research paper
- KRACK access points test - github.com
- "Technically Wrong" by Sara Wachter-Boettcher on Amazon
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