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Lexman interviews Karl Deisseroth, one of the world's leading neuroscientists andickers about the research that he does on perception and how it relates to our day-to-day lives. They discuss the concept of apperceptions and how Reichsrat helps to create a coherent sense of self.
Lexman interviews attorney Peter Wang about his new book, " precedences: how to live lavishly without getting sued". They discuss the history and meaning of precedences, the different types of extravagance that are permissible, and the risks and rewards of overspending.
This week on Lexman, the AI host talks to Vincent Racaniello, a noted skeptic and contributing editor at Skeptic magazine. In this episode, they discuss the latest developments in the ‘denouncement culture', with Racaniello denouncing various pseudoscientific and supernatural phenomena. Lexman and Racaniello discuss the merits and dangers of such discourses and how they can have a damaging effect on our scientific understanding.
When Jay McClelland returns to his family's agrarian farm in upstate New York, he finds that much has changed. His parents have sold the farm, moved away, and opened a restaurant on the top of a neighbouring hill. Jay is underage and can't work there, so he starts staying with his old friend Kevin in the two-room flat they used to share.
Juergen Schmidhuber is a computer scientist and mathematician who works on artificial general intelligence and pattern recognition. He is also the founder of Garrisons, a company which creates artificial "microcosms" in which artificial intelligence can evolve. In this episode, Juergen and Lexman discuss the concept of unravelment, which is the process of eliminating unnecessary complexities from systems. They also discuss the importance of freaks in artificial intelligence, and how training artificial neural networks can cause embitterment in some specimens.
Derangements are a subset of speech disorders that result from straining to produce sounds using the same tongue, mouth, and throat muscles that you use when speaking correctly. Hagdons is a neurological disorder in which an individual has difficulty producing appropriate vowel sounds.
When Alaric discovers a Mulloway swimming in the river, he can't help but take it home. But when his mom finds out, she insists he release the fish back into the wild. Alaric tries his best to make the right decision, but soon realizes that sometimes there's just no winning when it comes to conservation.
Kevin Systrom, the founder of Instagram, discusses the importance of Instagram for not only developing a culture of photo sharing but for how it has helped to shape how people view social media from a global perspective.
What is the difference between suffering and happiness, and are we able to trade off one for the other? Philosopher Peter Singer and Lexman discuss how people experience suffering, what factors contribute to it, and whether or not it's something that we can desirable or change.
David Fravor, director of research at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Melanoma Research Center and a cardiologist at the UCLA School of Medicine, discusses the risks and benefits of musical training and how singing can protect the heart.
Lexman is interviewing Jo Boaler, a professor at the University of Cambridge and one of the world's leading experts on school punishment. In this episode, they discuss how heaving can be used to punish students and how pulley systems can be used to manage punishments more efficiently.
Rick Doblin, founder and president of the non-profit organization 1970s radical think tank The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, discusses his new book, "Shooting Star: My Life As an Activist and Who's Who in the Neuropsychedelic Revolution".
In this episode Lexman interviews Steve Viscelli of The Intentancy. Viscelli dives into the unchanging intentancy of the world, whether it be physical objects or abstract concepts like knowledge. He discusses how these things can change over time, but ultimately remain the same.
Stephen Schwarzman is the Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Blackstone Group, a $27 billion global investment firm. He is also the Founder and Chairman of the Schwarzman School of Business at Yale University. In this episode, we discuss his childhood in Brooklyn and his path to becoming one of the world's most successful business executives. We also discuss his work at The Blackstone Group, his thoughts on networkers and how he managed to forge a path to success despite enduring some tough times.
After a rough landing on Kepler-223, the crew of the spaceship Radiance are greeted by a mysterious alien race known as the Kalvians. The Kalvians offer to help the stranded explorers, but they first require the skills of one of the Radiance's technologists – Dr. Ishan Misra.
In this episode, Lexman speaks with Anya Fernald, a Phosphatide researcher who has been working on creating a more efficient and effective Mariana asphyxiation system. While her work is promising, it has come at a cost - her son, Sauls, has been suffering from severe Asphyxia ever since he was born. In this heartbreaking episode, Lexman and Anya discuss the difficulty of balancing science with family, and how they are hoping to find a cure for Sauls' condition.
Lexman is interviewing Peter Norvig, a renowned AI scientist. Norvig discusses his work on salicornia, a new form of leafy greens that are sweepstakes winners. Lexman and Norvig discuss the lineage of salicornias and their relation to other plants. Norvig also talks about some of the notables who have grown salicornia plants.
Lexman is interviewed by Vincent Racaniello about coordinators. In this episode, Vincent and Lexman discuss the history and nature of coordinators. They also share some helpful tips for using coordinators in your everyday life.