Trump Companies Relying On Undocumented Immigrant Labor, Cameras That See Around Corners, Fewer Americans Eating At The Kitchen Table

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We learn about how Trump businesses have employed undocumented immigrants. And UW-Madison researchers have empowered cameras to see around corners. We find out why it’s an important development in a variety of fields. And we discuss why fewer people are having meals at the dinner table.

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  • UW Researchers Develop Camera That Can 'See' Around Corners

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  • Why Fewer People Are Eating Dinner At The Kitchen Table

    Recent research shows that while 75 percent of American adults ate dinner at a kitchen table while growing up, only about half do so today. We discuss what’s driving the downward trend and where people are now eating their meals instead.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Joshua Partlow Guest
  • Andreas Velten Guest
  • Sinikka Elliott Guest

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