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Season 4 of MVM’s Futuretalks YouTube series is also about cultured synthetic meat and self-driving taxis

Season 4 of MVM’s Futuretalks YouTube series is also about cultured synthetic meat and self-driving taxis

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If someone has not visited the official YouTube page of MVM Energetika Zrt., they probably have no idea about the rich video material that provides entertainment and dissemination of knowledge in the fields of science, energy and technology. Among the numerous thematic videos, perhaps the most notable are the clips from the series called Futre Talks, which in each part offers a more detailed presentation of a topic in expert interpretation.

There was already a show about cryptocurrencies, energy efficiency, and the Metaverse, but in an episode last year Written by Neil deGrasse Tyson Hungarian internet users can also ask. The new season began with a double episode last weekend.

This year, the series addresses the most pressing global problems referred to as “planetary frontiers.” This time, the season begins with a series of documentaries in which local celebrities and opinion leaders examine the biggest challenges threatening humanity in different parts of the world and offer possible solutions. The first two episodes, which address issues of food provision and transportation, are now available on the series’ official website. According to the producers, many other pressing issues will be discussed in this year’s episodes, such as energy security, climate change, and waste management, but artificial intelligence, which has sparked intense debates about social benefits and risks, is also among the topics.

one of them In part, on the topic of food safety, star chef Rosina Vossala introduces Singaporean technology companies, among others, as they look for an alternative solution to reduce the environmental burden of animal farming and improve the food supply with lab-grown meat. at the end YouTuber Norbert Osbáth (PamKutya) has traveled to the Western Hemisphere to provide insight into the challenges of transporting passengers and freight. FifthThrough the photo, we can follow his journey from the port of Rotterdam to America, during which he tried, for example, a self-driving taxi service available to anyone in Phoenix, Arizona.

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In addition to them, Nora Nancy Ordoğ, Gábor Pazsó “Karota”, Barna Apuse and Kassaba Maggiarossi will each receive an episode, where they will present the remaining four global themes with the participation of experts, during trips abroad across continents. The ambassadors filmed short films in 12 countries on 3 continents, including the United States, Singapore, the Maldives, Iceland, the United Arab Emirates and Croatia.

Viewers can vote on documentary topics continuously for three weeks in MVM Future Talks On his website. Based on the results of the online voting, it will be decided which of the three global challenges most important to Hungarians will be included in the science talk show, the final element of the season, where local experts will weigh in with their ideas about the future. This will also be available as a live stream on the website at the end of November.

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