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The filmmaker doesn’t want to be known only for his movies. He tells Steve why he considers himself a writer first, how it feels to be recognized for his role in The Mandalorian, and why he once worked as a rodeo clown. more
Economist Michael D. Smith says universities are scrambling to protect a status quo that deserves to die. He tells Steve why the current system is unsustainable, and what’s at stake if nothing changes. more
Computer scientist Fei-Fei Li had a wild idea: download one billion images from the internet and teach a computer to recognize them. She ended up advancing the state of artificial intelligence — and she hopes that will turn out to be a good thing for... more
When the Freakonomics podcast first debuted with Steve Levitt as the occasional host, I always looked forward to those episodes though they became fewer and fewer over time. Levitt always said he didn’t see a future for himself in podcasting but then he embraced it and PIMA is the happy result.
Anyone who actually suffers from perfectionism knows (at least subconsciously!) that Curran’s definition of perfectionism (that is, not simply an adherence to high standards, but an insecurity around one’s one “deficiency” that causes one to chase perfectionism as a feeble attempt to compensate) is incredibly spot-on. And the way the host can’t get that (and therefore concludes that *Curran*, not to mention all the experts who agree with him, has it wrong??!) is a sign that he simply doesn’t get... more
Love the podcast, but last half dozen I felt were a bit below par. more
One of my favorite new podcasts!
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