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Leo’s flagship show never stops entertaining and informing.
For a bunch of tech experts, the inability to know AI vs ML vs LLM is quite impressive. The show has gone down the pan like MacBreak weekly has. Massive shame as I’ve loved it for 10 years, even emailed Leo about it
Sam Lessin is kind of an a******, isn't he?
This week in bashing Elon Musk. The far left wing slant of everything is getting old. Leo is very intolerant of one of the best guests ever on TWIT. Adam was brilliant with his analysis, but was asked a question and leo did not like the answer so he compared Adam to a holocaust denier. It was very rude and offensive. You will learn that Leo in his old age is very intolerant. He only allows anti Elon guests or left wing guests. I would not use any of his sponsors
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This Week in Tech launched 12 years ago and published 28 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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