Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 87 in total
Richard Sander: Affirmative Action, Mismatch Theory, & Academic Freedom — #6
Richard Sander is Jesse Dukeminier Professor at UCLA Law School.
Shai Carmi: Polygenic risk scores & embryo screening — #5
Shai Carmi is Professor of Statistical and Medical Genetics at Hebrew University (Jerusalem).
Jon Y (Asianometry) on Semiconductor Tech and U.S.-China Competition — #4
Steve and Jon discuss the global semiconductor industry with an emphasis on U.S.-China technology competition.
Richard Hanania: Wokeness, Public Choice Theory, & Geostrategy — #3
Richard Hanania is President of the Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology.
Steve Hsu Q&A: Complex trait prediction in Genomics, and Genomic Prediction / Embryo Selection
Steve answers questions about recent progress in AI/ML prediction of complex traits from DNA and applications in embryo selection.
James Lee on Polygenic Prediction and Embryo Selection — #1
James Lee discusses recent progress in the genomic prediction of complex traits such as cognitive ability and educational attainment.
Warren Hatch on Seeing the Future in the Era of COVID-19 – #50
Steve and Corey talk to Warren Hatch, President and CEO of Good Judgment Inc.
Leif Wenar on the Resource Curse and Impact Philosophy – #49
Corey and Steve interview Leif Wenar, Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University and author of Blood Oil.
Michael Kauffman on Cancer, Drug Development and Market Capitalism – #48
Steve and Corey speak with Dr. Michael Kauffman, co-founder and CEO of Karyopharm Therapeutics, about cancer and biotech innovation.
Scott Adams on Trump, and his book Loserthink – #47
Corey and Steve talk to Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert and author of Loserthink.
James Oakes on What’s Wrong with The 1619 Project – #46
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 Y...
Robert Atkinson on US-China Competition and Industrial Policy – #45
Steve and Corey talk with Robert Atkinson, President of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation about his philosophy of National Developmentalism.
Raman Sundrum: Physics and the Universe – #44
Steve and Corey talk with theoretical physicist Raman Sundrum.
Vineer Bhansali: Physics, Tail Risk Hedging, and 900% Coronavirus Returns – #43
Steve and Corey talk with theoretical physicist turned hedge fund investor Vineer Bhansali.
Jaan Tallinn: Coronavirus, Existential Risk, and AI – #42
Steve talks with Skype founder and global tech investor Jaan Tallinn.
Dan Gable: Legendary NCAA and Olympic Wrestler & Coach – #41
Steve and Corey talk to legendary NCAA and Olympic wrestler and coach Dan Gable.
Klaus Lackner on Carbon Capture, Climate Change, and Physics – #40
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...
COVID-19, Blockchain, and the Global Startup Scene – #39
Steve and Corey talk to Kieren James-Lubin and Victor Wong of the blockchain technology startup, BlockApps.
Claude Steele on the Challenges of Multi-Cultural Societies – #38
Corey and Steve talk to Claude Steele of Stanford about his article “Why Campuses are So Tense?”.
A.J. Robison on the Neural Basis of Sex Differences in Depression – #37
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 on the Dark Triad: Narcissism, Machiavellianism, and Psychopathy – #36
Kaja Perina is the Editor in Chief of Psychology Today.
Adam Dynes on Noisy Retrospection: The Effect of Party Control on Policy Outcomes – #35
Steve and Corey talk to Adam Dynes of Brigham Young University about whether voting has an effect on policy outcomes.
Yang Wang on Science and Technology in China, Hong Kong Protests, and Coronavirus – #34
Yang Wang is Dean of Science at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Elizabeth Kolbert on Climate Change: Impacts and Mitigation Technologies – #33
Steve and Corey talk to Elizabeth Kolbert, author of the Sixth Extinction, about the current state of the climate debate. All three are pessimistic about the possibili...
Meghan Daum on the New Culture Wars – #32
Corey and Steve talk to Meghan Daum about her new book “The Problem With Everything: My Journey Through The New Culture Wars”.
Steven Broglio on Concussions, Football and Informed Choice – #31
Steve and Corey talk with Steven Broglio, Director of the Michigan Concussion Center, about concussion risk, prevention and treatment.
Barbara O’Brien on Race, Reform and Wrongful Conviction Rate Estimates- #30
Our guest, Barbara O’Brien, explains why we don’t know much about conviction error outside of murder cases, making error rates for the vast majority of crimes: misdeme...
Sebastian Junger: Meaning from War and Technological Isolation in America – #29
This conversation occurred just after President Trump withdrew US forces from Northern Syria.
Zach Hambrick on Psychometrics and the Science of Expertise – #28
MSU Psychology Professor Zach Hambrick joins Corey and Steve to discuss general cognitive ability, the science of personnel selection, and research on the development ...
Andrew Hartman: The Culture Wars Then and Now – #27
Steve and Corey talk to Andrew about his new introduction to his book “The War for the Soul of America.”