Just because research shows something doesn’t necessarily mean that’s going to be your own individual experience.
We can, as a country, put an end to all this scarcity and deprivation in our midst.
We have to use written language to propel our own thoughts.
AI doesn’t have to be sentient to be scary.
Could there be a more delightful mystery to explore?
You can crash a plane or you can land a plane. I want people to land a plane.
Next Big Idea podcast, host Rufus Griscom sat down with Emily Austin, a philosophy professor at Wake Forest and unabashed Epicurean, to discuss her new book, Living for Pleasure: An Epicurean Guide to Life.
When Jack Welch’s reign as CEO of General Electric came to a close in September 2001, he could look back, to paraphrase one journalist, safe in the knowledge that he’d put together one of those unbroken streaks of triumph that Americans so cherish. In his 20 years at the helm, Welch turned respectable old GE, […]
Dr. Tim Spector joins the Next Big Idea podcast.
Yuval Noah Harari on how humans took over the world.
Why an analog future means a more human world.
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