Tonya Hall

Tonya Hall is a pioneer in new media broadcasting. She hosted a daily broadcast radio show on social media, worked as a producer for one of the largest tech podcasting networks, and continues to bring compelling guests and stories to tech fans across the globe.

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A new era of cyber war

Andy Greenberg, author and senior cybersecurity writer at Wired, sits down to talk with Tonya Hall about why a new era of cyber war is coming and the distinction that we should consider cyber war a war crime, and not an outright war.

April 6, 2020 by in Innovation

NASA looks for a robotic mobility system

Rob Meyerson, founder and CEO of Delalune Space and executive producer at ASCEND for the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, talks with Tonya Hall about NASA's need for a robotic mobility system that is open to all robotics and autonomous vehicle manufacturers.

April 2, 2020 by in Innovation

How Quantum is re-imaging the electric car battery

Dr. Jeff Welser, vice president of IBM Research Almaden, pacific rim labs, and global exploratory science, tells Tonya Hall about how quantum computing is necessary to accurately model large molecule interactions and how IBM Research Almaden is putting that theory to use when re-imaging eclectic car batteries.

March 26, 2020 by in Innovation

Geo-spatial computing in transportation

Dr. Shashi Shekhar, McKnight distinguished university professor at the University of Minnesota, sits down to talk with Tonya Hall about using geo-spatial computing in transportation and how it can specifically bring enhancements to the agriculture and business industries.

March 18, 2020 by in Innovation