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August 31, 2014

Robot Apocalypse
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What will it be like when we are working alongside robots? That future is a lot closer than you may imagine, and potentially more dangerous. We discuss it with an advanced tech expert. Plus, open phones, and an essential Conspiracy Show reading list.
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The Conspiracy Show: Robot Apocalypse

Author and technology expert Eric Schiffer talks about his concerns about the surge in the use of robotic technology and the development of artificial intelligence. AI could potentially be vastly smarter than humans, and could be a dire threat.
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The Conspiracy Show: Open Lines

Richard opens the phone lines to his listeners about UFO encounters, the ebola scare, and evidence of the yeti.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Eric Schiffer
A Renaissance man in the truest sense of the word, Eric Schiffer is a best-selling author, a successful entrepreneur, and a mainstay in New York, London, and Los Angeles high society. He has founded two companies listed on Inc. Magazine's 500/5000 Fastest Growing Companies, and serves as a trusted advisor to multiple Fortune 500 CEOs, Presidents of Countries, foreign leaders, and Forbes 400 billionaires. He has been featured on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post and Entertainment Today; BusinessWeek named him alongside Richard Branson and Russell Simmons in their list of the Top Ten Entrepreneurs in the World; and he was prominently listed as a Top Bachelor in Cosmopolitan Magazine. Currently, Eric Schiffer is Chairman and CEO of Patriarch Private Equity, sits on the Board of Directors of SocialMediaMarketing.com, and serves as a Member of the Advisory Board to SEOP.com and Reputation Management Consultants. Most of all he enjoys his charity work on behalf of the Clinton Health Access Initiative and Benevolent.net.

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