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Vsauce’s Michael Stevens on the AI Podcast

Lex Fridman interviews Michael Stevens, the creator of Vsauce — one of the most popular educational YouTube channel in the world, with over 15 million subscribers and over 1.7 billion views. His videos often ask and answer questions that are both profound and entertaining, spanning topics from physics to psychology. As part of his channel […]

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AI Podcasts

Judea Pearl on Causal Reasoning, Counterfactuals, Bayesian Networks, and the Path to AGI

Lex Fridman interviews Judea Pearl is a professor at UCLA and a winner of the Turing Award. The Turing Awards is the Nobel Prize of computing. Judea Pearl is a professor at UCLA and a winner of the Turing Award, that’s generally recognized as the Nobel Prize of computing. He is one of the seminal […]

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AI FinTech

Ray Dalio on Principles, the Economic Machine, Artificial Intelligence & the Arc of Life

Lex Fridman brings in another legend to interview for his podcast, Ray Dalio. Ray Dalio is the founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest and most successful investment firms that is famous for the principles of radical truth and transparency that underlie its culture. Ray is one of […]

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Noam Chomsky on Language, Cognition, and Deep Learning

Lex Fridman keeps landing the “big fish” on his podcast. This time, he sits down with Noam Chomsky. Noam Chomsky is one of the greatest minds of our time and is one of the most cited scholars in history. He is a linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, social critic, and political activist. He has spent […]

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AI Mathematics

Gilbert Strang on Linear Algebra, Deep Learning, Teaching, and MIT OpenCourseWare

Lex Fridman interviews Gilbert Strang on Linear Algebra, Deep Learning, Teaching, and MIT OpenCourseWare. Gilbert Strang is a professor of mathematics at MIT and perhaps one of the most famous and impactful teachers of math in the world. His MIT OpenCourseWare lectures on linear algebra have been viewed millions of times. This conversation is part […]

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AI Space

Dava Newman on Space Exploration, Space Suits, and Life on Mars

Dava Newman is the Apollo Program professor of AeroAstro at MIT and the former Deputy Administrator of NASA and has been a principal investigator on four spaceflight missions. Her research interests are in aerospace biomedical engineering, investigating human performance in varying gravity environments. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast by Lex Fridman. 

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AI Ethics

Algorithmic Fairness, Privacy, and Ethics in Machine Learning with Michael Kearns

Lex Fridman interviews Michael Kearns in the latest episode of his podcast. Michael Kearns is a professor at University of Pennsylvania and a co-author of the new book Ethical Algorithm that is the focus of much of our conversation, including algorithmic fairness, privacy, and ethics in general. But, that is just one of many fields […]

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AI Future

Elon Musk on Neuralink, AI, Autopilot, and the Pale Blue Dot

Lex Fridman interviews Elon Musk in this fascinating podcast. Elon Musk is the CEO of Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink, and a co-founder of several other companies. This is the second time Elon has been on the podcast. You can watch the first time here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEv99vxKjVI This conversation focuses on the incredible engineering and innovation done at […]

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AI Science

Sean Carroll on Quantum Mechanics and the Many-Worlds Interpretation

Lex Fridman interviews Sean Carroll in this thought provoking interview. Sean Carroll is a theoretical physicist at Caltech and Santa Fe Institute specializing in quantum mechanics, arrow of time, cosmology, and gravitation. He is the author of several popular books including his latest on quantum mechanics (Something Deeply Hidden) and is a host of a […]

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Garry Kasparov on Chess, Deep Blue, AI, and Putin

Lex Fridman recently interviewed Garry Kasparov, considered by many to be the greatest chess player of all time. From 1986 until his retirement in 2005, he dominated the chess world, ranking world number 1 for most of those 19 years. While he has many historic matches against human chess players, in the long arc of […]

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