Autonomous Vehicles, Bonding With Kids, Flawed Medical System
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1441
- Mar 3, 2018 5:00 pm
- 2:19:35 mins
Future Autonomous Vehicles (19:38) Eric Williams is a professor at the Golisano Institute of Sustainability at Rochester Institute of Technology. He works on models of energy systems to inform policy, e.g. renewable subsidies and efficiency targets. Are you behind on your favorite TV show, work or even sleep? The answer to all your problems might be to have more hours in a day or a car that can drive itself. Eric Williams discusses his research into how autonomous vehicles could change our lives in the future. Overlooked Factor that Helps You Bond With Your Kids (1:05:37) Erin Leyba, LCSW, Ph.D. is a social work professor and an individual and couples counselor in Oak Brook, Illinois. She is the author of the new book Joy Fixes for Weary Parents: 101 Ideas for Overcoming Fatigue, Stress, and Guilt - and Building a Life You Love, and speaks on topics related to mindful and joyful parenting. To master a certain skill, it is estimated that it takes more than 10,000 hours of practice and training. That means we should all be masters of family life right? Wrong. As we grow and develop we find constant roadblocks. Forging bonds on love and communication can be difficult, especially if you have young children. Dr. Erin Leyba shares some forgotten factors that can help you bond with your family and children. Flaw in our Medical System (1:51:59) Morten Wendelbo is a Research Fellow at the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs and a faculty member of Texas A & M University. His research focuses on disaster preparedness and response, domestic and international both, and in that capacity, he has advised several governments. The United States’s I-V saline comes mainly from Puerto Rico, but after the hurricane, our supplies are running short. This is just one thing contributing to one of the worst flu seasons on record. Morten Wendolbo explains the problem and suggests some solutions.