#135 – Charles Isbell: Computing, Interactive AI, and Race in America


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Here’s the timestamps for the episode. On some podcast players you should be able to click the timestamp to jump to that time.
(00:00) – Introduction
(07:16) – Top 3 movies of all time
(13:26) – People are easily predictable
(19:08) – Breaking out of our bubbles
(30:54) – Interactive AI
(37:26) – Lifelong machine learning
(45:53) – Faculty hiring
(53:27) – University rankings
(1:00:55) – Science communicators
(1:10:20) – Hip hop
(1:19:20) – Funk
(1:20:44) – Computing
(1:36:35) – Race
(1:52:40) – Cop story
(2:01:01) – Racial tensions
(2:10:23) – MLK vs Malcolm X
(2:13:44) – Will human civilization destroy itself?
(2:18:14) – Fear of death and the passing of time


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