Jared Malan

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Jared Malan

46 days ago

The terrifying, hidden reality of Ridiculously Complicated Algorithms

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Jared Malan

68 days ago

Notes Nearing Ninety: Learning to Write Less

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75 days ago

Copy What You Like

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81 days ago

A mistake is just a moment in time

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92 days ago

Stop Trying to Change Yourself

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Jared Malan

97 days ago

Could multiple personality disorder explain life, the universe and everything?

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99 days ago

There Are No Laws of Physics. There’s Only the Landscape.

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104 days ago

Religion for the Nonreligious

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113 days ago

The Weird, Ever-Evolving Story of DNA

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114 days ago

The Risk of Discovery

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120 days ago

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122 days ago

Smarter, Not Harder: How to Succeed at Work

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127 days ago

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Pedro Domingos on The Origins of Human Knowledge

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Jared Malan

131 days ago

AI at Google: our principles

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134 days ago

Why the Best Things in Life Are All Backwards

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136 days ago

Buddhists in love

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137 days ago

Why Men Love War

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218 days ago

Incredible insight even 90 years later.

Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren by John Maynard Keynes 1930

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221 days ago

The Munger Operating System: How to Live a Life That Really Works

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Jared Malan

232 days ago

To automate is human

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232 days ago

The Tyranny of Convenience

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Jared Malan

246 days ago

I have forgotten how to read

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Jared Malan

255 days ago

Because the brain is wired to respond to emotions quickly and efficiently, connecting them to memory formation and the interpretation of facts and rational thought...you stand a better chance of the new memories being more powerful and easier to retrieve.

because the brain is wired to respond to emotions quickly and efficiently, connecting them to memory formation and the interpretation of facts and rational thought, if you can allow yourself to really acknowledge and respond to what you feel during your reading reflections, you stand a better chance of the new memories being more powerful and easier to retrieve.

Science Says This Is the Simplest Way to Remember More of What You Read

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Jared Malan

261 days ago

The idea that everything from spoons to stones is conscious is gaining academic credibility

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Jared Malan

267 days ago

Well, it looks like we do not even need that thing called knowledge for things to work well. Nor do we need individual rationality. All we need is structure.

Bitcoin

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288 days ago

the architecture of surveillances become perniciously subtle and seamless, so ‘light’ as to be scarcely noticeable.

Shame on you

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Jared Malan

350 days ago

Really nice. Funny how discontent we are as modern people.

Jonathan Harris

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352 days ago

Yikes

Google's Latest Self-Learning AI Is Like an "Alien Civilisation Inventing Its Own Mathematics"

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Jared Malan

379 days ago

“Those of us searching for gray areas and common ground get devoured twice.”

How Ta-Nehisi Coates Gives Whiteness Power

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Jared Malan

401 days ago

Are people really tapping into a deeper reality?

Crash course in the nature of mind

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405 days ago

Stop pretending you really know what AI is and read this instead

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467 days ago

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484 days ago

Are you forgetful? That's just your brain erasing useless memories

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Jared Malan

508 days ago

The mathematics of mind-time

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Jared Malan

508 days ago

We Aren’t Built to Live in the Moment

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Jared Malan

510 days ago

The meaning of life in a world without work

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510 days ago

The Body Is Not a Computer—Stop Thinking of It as One

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Jared Malan

510 days ago

The mathematics of mind-time

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Jared Malan

510 days ago

We Aren’t Built to Live in the Moment

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615 days ago

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638 days ago

The AI Revolution: Our Immortality or Extinction

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Jared Malan

653 days ago

To Change Your Life, Learn How to Trust Your Future Self

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Jared Malan

660 days ago

The Influence of Color.

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Jared Malan

660 days ago

How to Make Friends Faster

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660 days ago

A Call for a New Strenuous Age

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Jared Malan

683 days ago

The empty brain

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