The Joy of Winning – BBC4 documentary

The Joy of Winning – BBC4 documentary

Enjoy games? You’ll love this BBC documentary I was part of recently: “The Joy of Winning” presented by mathematician Hannah Fry. It takes a deep dive into general game theory and strategy. A pleasure to see the subject given some mainstream...

Mindscape Podcast – with Sean Carroll and Liv Boeree

I recently joined theoretical physicist Sean Carroll on his new podcast “Mindscape”, where we discussed everything from aliens to probabilities to existential risks. If you enjoy a good nerdout, you’ll love this:     Some background on Sean: Sean...
Learning Leader Podcast

Learning Leader Podcast

Check out this new podcast I recorded with Ryan Hawk on decision-making and peak performance.  We discuss rationality techniques, poker regrets, why the world is greyscale and a host of other fun...
Virtual Reality and my blown mind

Virtual Reality and my blown mind

I got the HTC Vive Virtual Reality headset a few months ago. As someone who grew up through the first iterations of the internet, mobile phones and so on, it’s hard to really blow my mind with a new piece of consumer tech. Sure, things like VOIP and instant...
No Man’s Sky and the Simulation Theory

No Man’s Sky and the Simulation Theory

  So, um, this now exists. Here, in 2016:     No Man’s Sky, a video game that automatically generates unique planets, complete with their own unique terrain, native animals and culture. A game whose algorithm generates over 18 quintillion possible planets, more...

Jaclynn Moskow & PNIA thoughts

I was extremely unsure which side to believe in all of this when it first came out a couple of days ago, and I’ve been following it closely as I had recently confirmed to play on the show next week in Vegas. I had never met nor knew anything about Jaclynn, but...

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