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Raghu Parthasarathy is the author of a recent popular science book: So Simple a Beginning: How Four Physical Principles Shape Our Living World.
Carl Zha is the host of the Silk and Steel podcast, which focuses on China, history, culture, and politics.
Scott Aaronson is the David J. Bruton Centennial Professor of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Austin, and director of its Quantum Information Center.
Steve Hsu and Sebastian Mallaby discuss venture capital, tech startups, business model and technology innovation, global adoption of the Silicon Valley model, and the future of innovation.
Vlatko Vedral is Professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Oxford and Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT) at the National University of Singapore. He is known for his research on the theory of Entanglement and Quantum Information Theory.
Richard Sander is Jesse Dukeminier Professor at UCLA Law School.
Shai Carmi is Professor of Statistical and Medical Genetics at Hebrew University (Jerusalem).
Steve and Jon discuss the global semiconductor industry with an emphasis on U.S.-China technology competition.
Richard Hanania is President of the Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology.
Steve answers questions about recent progress in AI/ML prediction of complex traits from DNA and applications in embryo selection.
James Lee discusses recent progress in the genomic prediction of complex traits such as cognitive ability and educational attainment.
Steve and Corey talk to Warren Hatch, President and CEO of Good Judgment Inc.
Corey and Steve interview Leif Wenar, Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University and author of Blood Oil.
Steve and Corey speak with Dr. Michael Kauffman, co-founder and CEO of Karyopharm Therapeutics, about cancer and biotech innovation.
Corey and Steve talk to Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert and author of Loserthink.
Steve and Corey talk to James Oakes, Distinguished Professor of History and Graduate School Humanities Professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, about “The 1619 Project” developed by The New York Times Magazine.
Steve and Corey talk with Robert Atkinson, President of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation about his philosophy of National Developmentalism.
Steve and Corey talk with theoretical physicist Raman Sundrum.
Steve and Corey talk with theoretical physicist turned hedge fund investor Vineer Bhansali.
Steve talks with Skype founder and global tech investor Jaan Tallinn.
Steve and Corey talk to legendary NCAA and Olympic wrestler and coach Dan Gable.
Steve and Corey talk to Klaus Lackner, director of the Center for Negative Carbon Emissions (CNCE) at Arizona State University and the first person to suggest removing CO2 from air to address climate change.
Steve and Corey talk to Kieren James-Lubin and Victor Wong of the blockchain technology startup, BlockApps.
Corey and Steve talk to Claude Steele of Stanford about his article “Why Campuses are So Tense?”.
Corey and Steve talk with MSU Neuroscientist A.J. Robison about why females may be more likely to suffer from depression than males.
Kaja Perina is the Editor in Chief of Psychology Today.
Steve and Corey talk to Adam Dynes of Brigham Young University about whether voting has an effect on policy outcomes.
Yang Wang is Dean of Science at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.