Futurati Podcasts

Ep 20: Luca Dellanna on antifragility, ergodicity, and building a better business.

Luca Dellanna joins us to talk about how his research into adaptive systems applies across management, psychology, investing, and economics.

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Ep 19: Karl Dakin on small business fundraising and the economic consequences of COVID19.

Karl Dakin is an expert in fundraising, with a long career in helping businesses raise capital in innovative ways. In this conversation we talk about how businesses are faring with the lockdowns, promising new technologies for ridding the air of pathogens, professional rugby, and lots of other interesting things.

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Ep 18: Dr. Erik Istre discusses his research on the foundations of mathematics.

Erik has a PhD in mathematics specializing in non-classical foundations of mathematics and naive set theory. His work centers around attempting to circumvent classical limitative results and reviving naive set theory as a viable theory.

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Ep 17: Kai Faust on the promise and peril of spatial computing.

Kai Faust is the CEO and Founder of Infopop, where he builds products that increase access to spatial information.

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Ep 16: Roman Yampolskiy on AI safety.

Dr. Roman V. Yampolskiy is a Tenured Associate Professor in the department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Louisville.

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Ep 15: Kristin Lindquist on rationality and decision making under uncertainty.

Kristin is a multi-disciplinary geek and fifteen year startup veteran. She is particularly interested in the intersection of epistemology, neuroscience, and nonviolence, and for the last five years has been working on her startup Rationally--what began as “Quora but with evidence-based answers” but ended up as an evidence synthesis platform for clinical research.

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Ep 14: Kristinn R Thórisson on building an artificial general intelligence.

Dr. Kristinn R. Thórisson is Full Research Professor of Computer Science at Reykjavik University and Managing Director of the Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines.

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Ep 13: Steve Meyer on entrepreneurship and building a successful company.

Steve is the founder of Main Street Pedicabs, one of the most successful pedicab ventures in the world. In this conversation he joins Thomas and Trent to discuss his journey in business, urban planning, and the way communities evolve in response to changes in infrastructure and transportation.

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Ep 12: Michał Stęchły on building software for quantum computers.

Michał is a Polish software engineer working on Zapata's quantum computing platform. His main interest is in so-called “variational quantum algorithms” – hybrid classical-quantum algorithms that will potentially be useful for near-term quantum computers.

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