144. Psychedelics, Superhuman Memory and Evolving Education as We Head Towards Jobless Future | Jonathan Levi of SuperHuman Academy

Jonathan Levi (@entreprenewer) is an experienced entrepreneur, angel investor, superlearner and lifehacker from Silicon Valley.
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139. The AI Arms Race to Build Humanity’s Successor or Spark World War III | Dan Faggella

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Dan Faggella (@danfaggella) is the Founder and CEO of Emerj Artificial Intelligence Research that helps world-leading organizations like the World Bank, the United Nations, INTERPOL, CERN, Harvard and more navigate the competitive landscape of AI capabilities, and build strategies that win.

136. Bob Metcalfe on Free Enterprise, Why Income Inequality is a Good Thing and the Evolution of an Energy Internet

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Bob Metcalfe (@bobmetcalfe) is an MIT-Harvard-trained engineer/entrepreneur Internet pioneer who invented Ethernet in 1973 at Xerox Parc, and founded 3Com Corporation in 1979.

135. AJ Jacobs on Happiness, Helping Tim Ferriss and Answering the Age Old Question of Religion

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AJ Jacobs (@ajjacobs) is an author, journalist, lecturer and human guinea pig and Editor-At-Large at Esquire. He has written four New York Times bestsellers, including Thanks a Thousand–the secret to happiness through gratitude; The Year of Living Biblically.

127. AI Created Hans Zimmer Compositions, Deep Fakes the Future of Art | Pierre Barreau

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Pierre Barreau (@aivatechnology) is an entrepreneur, computer scientist, composer and director and the CEO of AIVA, an artificial intelligence that composes incredibly emotional and beautiful music and soundtracks.

126. Why Tech Isn’t the Answer (or Problem) and Society Needs New Ethics and Incentives to Survive this Century | Nikola Danaylov

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Nikola Danalyov (@singularityblog) is a keynote speaker and futurist, tech philosopher, vegan and the host of Singularity.FM, one of the top tech futurism and ethics podcasts where he’s interviewed 200+ of the best scientists, writers, entrepreneurs, film-makers, philosophers and artists, debating the most important issues.

125. The Bioethics of Engineering Superhuman CRISPR Babies, Cloning and Bringing Back the T-Rex | Paul Root Wolpe

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Paul Root Wolpe (@parowol) is the Raymond F. Schinazi Distinguished Research Chair in Jewish Bioethics, a Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, and Biological Behavior, and Sociology, and the Director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University and spent 15 years as Senior Bioethicist at NASA and is now their first Chief of Bioethics. Paul sits on a number of national and international non-profit organizational boards, has testified twice to the President’s Commission on the Study of Bioethical Issues in DC.

121. Eyes in the Sky Surveillance, Drone Warfare and the Future of Freedom | Arthur Holland Michel

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Arthur Holland Michel (@writeauthor) is a writer and researcher focused on drones, surveillance, artificial intelligence, robots, the arts, immigration, and movies for topnotch publications like Wired, Vice, The Verge, Fast Company, Motherboard, Al Jazeera America, U.S. News and more.

119. Sustainability to Save Ourselves From Climate Change, Automation and Nuclear War | Mark Diesendorf

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Mark Diesendorf (@markdiesendorf) teaches, researches and consults in the interdisciplinary fields of sustainability & energy, energy policy, urban transport, ecological economics, and practical sustainability Prior to joining the Institute of Environmental Studies, UNSW Australia, he’s been a Principal Researcher and lecturer at various higher institutions.

118. The Youngest Dragon’s Den Investor on Future of Ecommerce and Entrepreneurship | Michele Romanow

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Michele Romanow (@micheleromanow) is a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, the youngest Dragon on Canada’s famed Dragon’s Den and one of the most badass women in tech. Before that, she co-founded SnapSaves (acquired by Groupon in 11 months), Buytopia.ca and Clearbanc (a transformational funding company to help startups avoid giving up equity).

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