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Digital Giants is a technology-based talk show on BBC, which features the giants of the digital world discussing what they believe the future will look like, as far as technology is concerned. The digital giants that are invited on to the show to share their opinions make up a very diverse group. In one episode, Victor Koo, founder and CEO of the Chinese video website YouKu.com, discusses his perception of the accuracyor inaccuracy of the American depiction of Chinese censorship levels. In another episode, Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft and one of the wealthiest people alive with a 2010 net worth of over $14 million, discusses cloud computing and his vision of a combined platform for television, radio, and internet in the future. Whether It is unarguable that technology is very important to today's society and thus Digital Giants is an interesting show that takes a look at where that is going.

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AIRED ON 3/12/2010

Season 2010 : Episode 03.12.2010

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