Steve stops by State Bird Provisions, a small plates restaurant in San Francisco that has ranked among the top restaurants in the United States. He told us he was going there to examine the intersection between food and technology, but after watching this, we think he had other ideas.
Steve Goldbloom visits Camp Grounded, a camp for adults where people come to get a respite from the technology that has saturated our modern lives.
Ever wondered what it'd be like to have a smart...cup? Steve visits the headquarters of Mark One, makers of a new product called Vessyl, a cup that knows more about its contents than you do.
Too busy, tired, and/or lazy to shop for groceries? There’s an app for that! Steve tries out Instacart, a new service that enlists the help of local “personal shoppers" to buy and deliver groceries to your door in under an hour. Will Instacart become the Uber for groceries?
Steve investigates the potentially alarming trend of facial recognition software for online dating. For more EBTN, visit http://to.pbs.org/ebtn