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  1. 2: Towards A New Science of Progress with Jason Crawford

    Jason runs the blog and is one of the leading luminaries in the emerging discipline of progress studies. Jason’s work at Roots of Progress centers around investigating the crucial technological innovations that have allowed us to come out of the depravity that characterized most of human existence up until very recently. We cover Jason’s views on why the study of human progress is a moral imperative, the prospects of long-term technological and economic stagnation, relatedly, whether all the long-hanging fruit in that regard has been picked, the stalling of important industries from pesticides, to nuclear power, and the relationship between the notion of progress, free will, and agency.

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  2. Aaron Schatz - Football Outsiders Founder & Editor-in-Chief — TruMedia

    Aaron Schatz is the founder and editor-in-chief of Football Outsiders. We

    talk about: - Why the Chiefs are a 57% Super Bowl favorite, per DVOA - How

    the Chiefs & 49ers match up on both sides of the ball - Origins of Football

    Outsiders and DVOA - Where football analytics is going - How much easier

    getting into football analytics is now - Appearing on Late Night with Seth


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  3. Why You Should Be Optimistic About the Future

    Many skeptics thought the internet would never reach mass adoption, but today it’s shaping global culture, is integral to our lives — and it’s just the beginning. In this conversation from our 2019 innovation summit, Kevin Kelly (Founding Executive Editor, WIRED magazine) and Marc Andreessen sit down to discuss the evolution of technology, key trends, and why they’re the most optimistic people in the room.


    Discussion on closing the digital divide [3:00] The many possibilities of voice technology as an interface [9:59] Moore’s Law vs. Eroom’s law [14:14] Looking at 5G Technology as the next global driver [20:38] New models for VC and company models [27:05] How long-term thinking can be applied in Silicon Valley [29:53] Measuring prosperity on a global scale [34:00] The potential impact of cyber technology on global conflict [38:45] A foundation for optimism [41:05]

    The views expressed here are those of the individual AH Capital Management, L.L.C. (“a16z”) personnel quoted and are not the views of a16z or its affiliates. Certain information contained in here has been obtained from third-party sources, including from portfolio companies of funds managed by a16z. While taken from sources believed to be reliable, a16z has not independently verified such information and makes no represent…

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  4. 30: Fennel with Phil Hagelberg — Libre Lounge

    Phil Hagelberg (technomancy) joins Serge for a conversation about Clojure, a new lisp called Fennel, making video games, and making free hardware design keyboards.Links:Fennel Language WebsiteAtreus KeyboardPhil Hagelberg’s WebsitePhil Talking about the creation of the Atreus KeyboardLeiningenEnergize! GameEXO_encounter 667 GameThe Lua LanguageOpen Source is Not About You, Rich Hickey’s essay about community

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  5. Is Economic Growth a Moral Imperative? Lecture by Tyler Cowen

    According to Tyler Cowen, the answer to the question he poses is, “Yes, economic growth is a moral imperative." Join us as he explains why.

    Economist and author Tyler Cowen is a professor at George Mason University and Director of its Mercatus Center. His book “The Great Stagnation: How America Ate the Low-Hanging Fruit of Modern History, Got Sick and Will (Eventually) Feel Better” was a New York Times best- seller. Host of the podcast Conversations with Tyler, Cowen was recently named in an Economist poll as one of the most influential economists of the last decade.

    This talk is part of the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society’s Arrow Lecture Series on Ethics and Leadership.

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  6. KEYNOTE | Simon Peyton Jones - Revolution in computing education at school: opportunity & challenge

    This video was recorded at Code Mesh LDN 19 -

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    ABSTRACT The new English National Curriculum in computing says that every child should learn computer science, as a foundational subject discipline like maths or natural science, from primary school onwards. This is much more than “teaching kids to code”. It represents a huge and welcome shift of perspective, away from technology and towards principles and ideas.

    But it’s also a massive challenge. What does a good computer science education look like in primary school classroom? How can teachers with little subject knowledge of computer science teach it? Aren’t computer scientists all socially-challenged male geeks anyway?

    In this talk, Simon explains what’s going on, especially the recent launch of the National Centre of Computing Education. This revolution is taking place in our core expertise, in within yards of our front doors. And we are being invited to contribute to it, and shape how it “lands”. What an opportunity! Let’s grab it; Simon will make concrete suggestions about how.

    Slides & full abstract: https://code

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