Prof. Steve Furber, Non Fungible Tokens, and Product Lifecycle Management

Episode 16 March 22, 2021 00:58:31
Prof. Steve Furber, Non Fungible Tokens, and Product Lifecycle Management
The Atlas Podcast
Prof. Steve Furber, Non Fungible Tokens, and Product Lifecycle Management

Mar 22 2021 | 00:58:31

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Show Notes

This week on the Atlas Podcast, we were joined by Steve Furber, Professor at the University of Manchester and principle designer behind the BBC Micro and the first ARM Chip. We discuss his entrance into computer science, achievements in the field, ongoing projects, and what the future will bring.

We look at non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, taking a look at their origins, how they're used and how they can help solve the human desire for uniqueness in a digital world full of interchangeable assets.

Finally, we're joined by our colleague Mikel Garbizu. Mikel enlightens us on the world of product lifecycle management, the need for it, what it does and how it can help us move towards a more sustainable future.

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