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#79: Randy Gallistel on Upsetting Neuroscientists (The Theory)Randy Gallistel has made a career (at least partly) out of making the neuroscientific community angry. He’s made broad, sweeping claims that cut to the…
Notes on ramping down PhD work, ramping up writing.
Two of the songs I find most emotionally moving, re-viewed.
#78: Philip Johnson-Laird on How Cognitive Scientists ImprovisePhilip Johnson-Laird is professor emeritus at Princeton University. He is one of the most influential cognitive scientists of all time, best known for…
An excursion into the Oxford countryside.
Antal Szerb's masterpiece of 20th century Hungarian literature, re-viewed.
#77: Brian Christian on AI as a Human Problem, Part 2We discuss Brian's latest book, The Alignment Problem, and how it's not AI itself we should worry about—but the underlying models on which our AI is…
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