PODCAST. It’s tea time with WIRED UK’s feature editor Victoria Turk! Let’s cut the crap and dive head first to the big questions: What’s the future like for tech journalism? How is deepfake used to shame and silence women? Will you, too, microdoce on acid soon? Tune in!
Victoria Turk is Features Editor at WIRED UK, the legendary magazine reporting on the effects of science and technology (that Soaked by Slush adores). This witty visionary creates long-form stories in the intersection of technology and culture, and hosts the weekly WIRED podcast. Prior to WIRED Victoria was technology editor at New Scientist and UK editor at Motherboard. Her book Digital Etiquette, a humorous and practical guide to modern manners, was published in 2019.
SNEAK PEEKS TO THIS EPISODE:
How does the tech scene look like viewed from a journalist’s perspective?
How is deepfake largely used to shame women, and why might this be a greater problem for democracy than fake videos about political candidates?
How will we consume journalistic content in the future?
In what ways does Victoria fight the trust issues people have with journalism?
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