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Cognitive Dissidents

Cognitive Investments

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The Cognitive Dissidents podcast is long-form exploration of geopolitics, markets, crypto, agriculture, macro-finance, commodities, ForEx, and much much more! Tune in biweekly for interviews with experts across the globe, and weekly for roundups of global financial and geopolitical events! Hosted by Jacob Shapiro (and occasionally Rob Larity). Cognitive Investments LLC (“Cognitive Investments”) is a registered investment advisor. Advisory services are only offered to clients or prospective c ...
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Cognitive Dissonance

Atheist and Skeptical News

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Every episode we blast anyone who gets in our way. We bring critical thinking, skepticism, and irreverence to any topic that makes the news, makes it big, or makes us mad. It’s skeptical, it’s political and there is no welcome mat.
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The Cognitive Crucible

Information Professionals Association

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The Cognitive Crucible explores all aspects of our generational challenge: Cognitive Security. It is the only podcast dedicated to increasing interdisciplinary collaboration between information operations practitioners, scholars, and policy makers. Join the discussion forum each week with the Cognitive Crucible host, John Bicknell. Have a question or would like to suggest a topic go to: https://information-professionals.org/podcasts/cognitive-crucible.
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Cognitive Connections: Conversations on Dementia

Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories

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Welcome to ”Cognitive Connections: Conversations on Dementia” hosted by Carrie Candy from the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories. Explore dementia, its challenges, and progress in this space of connection. Whether you’re living with dementia, a care partner, healthcare professional, or simply curious, tune in for meaningful discussions.
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What would you give to add 10, 20, maybe even 30 healthy years to your lifespan? Who wouldn’t want that? The latest scientific research from labs at places like Harvard and Stanford shows we can slow our aging process and even reverse our biological ages. In doing that, we slow the onset of age-related conditions that we’ve seen in our parents and our grandparents like Alzheimer’s, heart issues, and cancer. This is personal for me and why I started the Cutting Edge Health Podcast. Both my pa ...
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Cognitive Recalibration

Cognitive Recalibration

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Join brothers Sravan and Tarun Rajupalem every week as they discuss their favourite superhero movies, television shows and video games as well as the latest news in pop culture. Whether you're a fan of superhero movies, just a general movie buff, or just want some informative entertainment this podcast is for you! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/cognitiverecalibration. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Thoughts on Record is the podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (OICBT) located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each week we explore topics relevant to clinicians and mental health consumers from a cognitive behavioural perspective; however, if you’re generally interested in psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychology, mental health, the brain, dynamics of human behaviour, creativity, wellness & performance then this podcast will certainly be of interest to you. ...
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کاگنتیو کست؛ پادکستی برای شناخت ذهن، مغز و رفتار انسان از دریچۀ روانشناسی، علوم شناختی، علوم اعصاب و فلسفهٔ ذهن. در فصل اول این پادکست به مرور رویکردهای مختلف مطالعهٔ ذهن پرداختم
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Cognitive Music

Xtreme Music Group

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Cognitive Music, the brainchild of DJ D-Xtreme and Nology (aka Devine Noise), is committed to bringing only the finest in EDM and underground dance music to the masses. Based in Orlando, FL, they are coming out of the gates on fire, with several high profile releases already lined up. Cognitive Music: music for the MIND, body and soul. DEMO SUBMISSIONS http://cognitivemusic.label-engine.com
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A series that explores the vast seas of Philosophy, Science, Technology & Education, elucidating a diverse array of pertinent domains within these disciplines. Fostering a habitat conducive to enlightened dialogue, promoting critical inquiry & stimulating the corpus of knowledge. Advocating for cognitive expansion through intellectual discourse & encouraging communal solidarity which facilitates the broadening of mental horizons.
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Improving our physical health requires lifestyle changes - including nutrition, physical activity, the amount of hours we sleep etc. There is another element however, that is typically overlooked – cognition. In simpler terms, the way in which we think. Our thoughts are extremely potent - not only as it relates to intellect, but on physiological, biochemical and genetic levels. The quality of the thoughts we entertain can guide us towards health or towards the development of degenerative and ...
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Welcome to The Cognitive Discourse! Here we discuss hot topics that deal with society. Join host Joseph Carrasco as he tackles topics that most people don't wanna have. Dive in and hear unpopular opinions on a vast range of topics. You might agree or you might disagree, but at the end of the day the hope is to find common ground. Become a TCD member here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1408003/support
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This Podcast is my way of sharing my book, Cognitive Liberty in audible. It’s a deep dive into the arts and sciences of our humanity in attempt to synchronize our evolution with our creative process as individuals and as a collective. In each episode, I plan to provide brief rundowns and background information based on why I wrote the book and where its relevance lies in the world today. Cognitive Liberty offers our bodies and brains a resolution to our being, and embrace life as a journey o ...
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Join us on an exploration of health, science, spirituality, social and economic issues, and more. Listen as we investigate and consider opposing views of commonly held beliefs, values, "facts," and paradigms. Open your mind and prepare to challenge things you were taught in school, things your parents taught you, things you hear on the news and read in books, newspapers, websites and social media.
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La mission de ce laboratoire est d'analyser les bases cérébrales des fonctions cognitives, chez l'homme normal et chez certains patients neurologiques, en développant et en exploitant les méthodes modernes de la neuro-imagerie conjointement à l'utilisation de paradigmes expérimentaux issus de la psychologie cognitive. Stanislas Dehaene est ancien élève de l'École normale supérieure et docteur en psychologie cognitive. En septembre 2005, il a été nommé professeur au Collège de France, sur la ...
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Cognitive / Perceptual Reconstruction: APPLIED MINDFULNESS Dr. Henman has spent the past 40+ years in full time practice as a Psychologist, counseling & educating in areas of self-esteem, addictions, relationship dysfunction, depression & anxiety. He is currently in full time practice with Psychological Associates in Modesto, CA as a Therapeutic LifeCoach, author, & lecturer. Dr. Henman developed Cognitive/Perceptual Reconstruction as a integrated Coaching approach to the treatment of Adult ...
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In this podcast, Nathan and Nick dive deep into the data requirements for achieving Artificial General Intelligence. They explore the current paradigms, the role of data in approximating intelligence, and the scaling trends for GPT models. The discussion covers various datasets, from email and Twitter to YouTube and genomic data, as they analyze th…
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Jacob and Rob discuss the nature of economic crises, before exploring recent developments in the U.S.-China-Japan love triangle. They also explore the expectedly/unexpectedly hot CPI print and take lessons for the future. Spoiler alert: We think the market is wrong about the yen! -- Timestamps: (00:00) - Intro (01:12) – Taxonomy of crashes/debating…
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Read the full transcript here: https://cuttingedgehealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/Transcript-CEH-36-Dr-Jill-Carnahan.pdf The podcast "Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline" features host Jane Rogers interviewing Dr. Jill Carnahan, a renowned functional medicine doctor based in Boulder, Colorado. Dr. Carnahan discusses her book, Un…
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The pursuit of immortality is a tantalising idea that appears in science and technology as well as works of art and literature. But who actually wants to live forever? What does it mean to ‘cure’ ageing? And what might be some unforeseen consequences of perpetual longevity?In this week’s episode, we discuss the age-old problem of ageing. We discuss…
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Greg Christensen from Christensen Communities joins us to talk about the Alzheimer's Face Off (AFO) Pro-Am Hockey Tournament. Greg shares his personal connection to dementia and Alzheimer's and discusses the importance of supporting the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories. He highlights the camaraderie and community building that…
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The Cognitive Crucible is a forum that presents different perspectives and emerging thought leadership related to the information environment. The opinions expressed by guests are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by the Information Professionals Association. During this episode, Dr. Randy Rosin returns to the Co…
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Mindfulness is an area of clinical and intellectual focus which has grown tremendously in popularity and includes many secular practices such as breath work, body scanning & self-compassion. OICBT psychologist Dr. Kiran Vadaga joins us for an in-depth conversation in which explore observations around the importance, and potential benefits, of being…
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In this episode, we are joined by returning Kireeti and we deeply analyze "Dune: Part 2" discussing its visual grandeur, character arcs, and pacing. We venture into spoilers in the second half of the episode and dissect character motivations and narrative intricacies, comparing themes with other works. We also review the Netflix show "Avatar: The L…
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In this episode, we discuss the evolution of ethics, its origins, and its functions. We also explore professional ethical codes and how and why they offer boundaries for socially acceptable behaviors. Enjoy! Kristy Bohan Edmunds is a cofounder and contributor to The Cognitive Dissonance Podcast. Kristy received her BS in Psychology with a minor in …
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In this episode, we explore the Chinese AI ecosystem with 'L-squared,' an anonymous tech worker based in Beijing. We discuss major players, model quality, public engagement, regulation, and the US 'chip ban.' Discover the similarities and differences between US and Chinese AI landscapes, and gain a nuanced perspective on the current state of AI in …
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In this episode, Nathan sits down with Andrew Lee, founder of Shortwave, an AI-powered email app that describes itself as “the smartest email app on planet earth.” They discuss Shortwave’s RAG stack, how the AI assistant works, the models Shortwave is using, and much more. This is truly a masterclass in RAG app development. Sponsors : Oracle Cloud …
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Rob and Jacob are back at it. They discuss the earthquake in Taiwan and why they are skeptical of Taiwan’s economic future. From there they turn to a controversial article about how immigration has been driving US GDP growth and why demographics are not destiny. They close with some thoughts about the straitjacket of specialization and the dangers …
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In this episode, we dive deep into the inner workings of large language models with Professor David Bau and grad students Koyena Pal and Eric Todd from Northeastern University. Koyena shares insights from her Future Lens paper, which shows that even mid-sized language models think multiple tokens ahead. Eric discusses the fascinating concept of Fun…
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In this episode, Nathan sits down with Elicit co-founders Andreas Stuhlmüller and Jungwon Byun to discuss their mission to make AI-assisted research more accessible and reliable. Learn about their unique approach to task decomposition, which allows language models to accurately tackle complex research questions. We delve into the company's tech sta…
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Dr. Marc Poulin is here to talk healthy brain aging and dementia prevention. A researcher and professor at the University of Calgary, Dr. Poulin's work focuses on understanding how exercise influences cognition in older adults at risk of dementia. He has worked with hundreds of older adults, gaining insights into the dementia journey and the import…
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Jacob welcomes James Meadway, former British treasury official and current economist at The Progressive Economy Forum on for a cross-posted episode of Cognitive Dissidents and Macrodose. They discuss James’s recent essay about why COVID was both an accelerant of underlying trends, but also the first “crisis of the Anthropocene,” a phrase borrowed f…
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In this second part of a two episode series, Nathan and AI scout Jason Meaux provide a sweeping overview of the first 90 days of Mamba-inspired research. They discusstMamba's application to computer vision, experiments in extending effective context length, the potential problem of internal rotting states, and the use of hybrid SSMs in biology.Try …
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In this first part of a two episode series, Nathan and AI scout Jason Meaux provide a sweeping overview of the first 90 days of Mamba-inspired research. They discuss the mechanistic underpinnings of Mamba architecture, Mamba's context capabilities, multi-modal applications in image segmentation and computer vision tasks, and much more. Try the Brav…
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Jacob has been growing increasingly more concerned about Ukraine, so he starts his bottom-up analytical review of the war and Ukraine’s prospects by hosting Sim Tack on the podcast. Jacob throws a bucket of questions at Sim to try and figure out what, if anything, has changed at a strategic level in the war. From there they speculate on European su…
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In this episode, Nathan sits down with Adam Gleave, founder of Far AI, for a masterclass on AI exploitability. They dissect Adam's findings on vulnerabilities in GPT-4's fine-tuning and Assistant PIs, Far AI's work exposing exploitable flaws in "superhuman" Go AIs through innovative adversarial strategies, accidental jailbreaking by naive developer…
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The observant among us will have noted that 2023 ended on a Sunday. For those who believe Sunday marks the end of the week, this seems like a logical day to end the year. But why do we find these types of phenomena satisfying? Is it slightly obsessive or should we strive for this symmetry in our daily lives? The bigger question might be: is it even…
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The Cognitive Crucible is a forum that presents different perspectives and emerging thought leadership related to the information environment. The opinions expressed by guests are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by the Information Professionals Association. During this episode, Vygotsky was a seminal figure in …
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