A biweekly podcast where hosts Nathan Labenz and Erik Torenberg interview the builders on the edge of AI and explore the dramatic shift it will unlock in the coming years. The Cognitive Revolution is part of the Turpentine podcast network. To learn more: turpentine.co
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If you are interested in hearing about AI from a variety of different angles and avenues this is an excellent podcast for that. Also Nathan is a great interviewer. Keep up the great work!
Nathan does a great job to find important and interesting material to share with the audience on a regular basis. He has a diverse group that he interviews, and I appreciate when he works deeply on the subject and then just does a long monologue to explain his thinking. This is one of the best AI podcasts going
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Nate does an amazing job of bringing on interesting and exciting guests across the field of AI and staying up to date with exciting new developments! This is my go-to source for long form audio on AI and helps immensely with understanding the AI zeitgeist.
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