Episode: H.I. #52: 20,000 Years of Torment


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H.I. #52: 20,000 Years of Torment

Grey and Brady discuss: subvocalization, Liberian county flags, Brady worries about who is driving him and the proliferation of screens in cars, Brady fingers ballots and then brings up coincidences and dreams, Brady tries to convince himself to buy an iPad Pro, what cars should people drive, before finishing off with how artificial intelligence will kill us all. (If we're lucky.)

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Show Notes

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Subvocalization

Instapaper (for the speedreading thing mentioned)

Liberian County Flags

Liberian County flags redesigned

John Nash death

Lyft

Pink mustache

The Hello Internet flag referendum

What Grey was prioritizing

Grey's 'fetish' podcast discussion of the iPad Pro

iPad Pro

Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, Nick Bostrom

Computerphile: Why Asimov's Laws of Robotics Don't Work

I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream by Harlan Ellison

Black Mirror: White Christmas



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