Part 1: Citadel founder and CEO Ken Griffin is joined by Cisco Executive Chairman John Chambers in a broad-ranging discussion with Gillian Tett of the Financial Times on topics such as machine learning implications and the war for tech talent beyond Silicon Valley.
Part 2: Pedro Domingos, one of the world's leading minds on artificial intelligence and machine learning, sits down with Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt to explore how learning algorithms are managing our lives. They suggest the news we read, the investments we make, the books we read and even tell us who to date. And it's happening so seamlessly, we hardly realize it. How does this affect our capacity for independent thought?