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Feb 29, 2024

Grey Swans on the Horizon; AI, Cyber, Pandemics, and ET Scenarios

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, economics, robotics/AI

Back in 2007, statistician Nassim Nicholas Taleb described a “Black Swan” as an occurrence that “is an outlier,” meaning it deviates from accepted wisdom. Accordingly, black swans are unanticipated, and uncommon, and can result from geopolitical, economic, or other unanticipated occurrences.

Because of major advances in computing, we can now anticipate, and, with applied risk management, help contain what was described as Black Swan events. So, in effect, with predictive analytical capabilities enabled by artificial intelligence, most Black Swans have now morphed into what is now termed Grey Swan events.

An industry leader in the insurance sector, Aon, defines Black Swan events as unexpected, unanticipated shocks. They depict unexpected but predicted surprises that are known as “Grey Swan events.” Similar to Black Swans, they can have a profound effect.

Feb 29, 2024

Light and sound may slow Alzheimer’s by making the brain remove toxins

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

An experimental treatment for Alzheimer’s disease involving sounds and flickering lights has shown promise in mice and people. Now, research suggests the novel approach ramps up our brain’s waste disposal networks.

By Clare Wilson

Feb 29, 2024

Episode 21: Alex Rosenberg on Naturalism, History, and Theory of Mind

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Blog post with show notes and transcript:…nd-theory–

Feb 29, 2024

Thing in itself

Posted by in categories: biological, mathematics, neuroscience

Alex Rosenberg is professor of Philosophy at Duke University and has made several important contributions to the philosophy of science, biology, and social science.

0:00 intro.
2:53 scientism.
5:09 naturalism and the manifest image.
7:25 pragmatism.
10:40 intentionality.
12:38 objections to eliminativism and truth.
14:35 consciousness.
16:50 biological functions, purposes, and the selected effects theory.
22:28 reductionism.
28:05 causality.
31:02 multiple realizability.
35:13 math.
39:45 morality.
44:51 humanism, art, and history.

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Feb 29, 2024

The Magic of Consciousness

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Wonderful presentation by Daniel Dennett on consciousness.

Feb 29, 2024

Alex Rosenberg | Intentionality, Evolution, and More

Posted by in categories: biological, evolution, neuroscience

Alex Rosenberg is the R. Taylor Cole Professor of Philosophy at Duke University. His research focuses on the philosophy of biology and science more generally, mind, and economics.

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Feb 29, 2024

Everything must go ontic structural realism

Posted by in category: futurism

Shared with Dropbox.

Feb 29, 2024

THIS Therapy Slows Down The Aging Clock By 31% — Successful Clinical Cases

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

Dr. Dian Ginsberg presents what causes aging and successful cases of patients who shows DunedInPace of aging reduction by using a therapy in this video.

For More About Dr. Dian Ginsberg.
Website – Studies \& Researches.

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Feb 29, 2024

Human v Bots Forecasting Tournament 2024

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Bet against forecasting AIs on the biggest questions of 2024 and win mana!

Feb 29, 2024

Decoding heart failure’s effect on kidneys: insights from the kidney-on-chip

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, computing

Explore groundbreaking research at Harvard General Hospital, decoding the heart-kidney connection using ‘organ-on-a-chip’ tech.

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