I think James Koppel and Laura Deming work looks the most interesting.
We can learn and teach much faster.
Need to use better internet and information technology.
Did not discuss how to make a better specific solution. She outlined a problem and a potential but did not discuss how to make a better approach.
Laura Deming discusses how to cure aging
She has gotten the opportunity to be able to spend 6 years working on the problem of aging.
She is trying to find therapeutics against aging and find people who are willing to invest in anti aging and she is trying to match them up.
She is talking about Lyposomes.
In the Press conference, Laura indicates that she is working with companies that are working on lysosome therapeutics. However, she could not provide details.
Chris Olah talks about Exponential trends and Multiplicative Calculus
There is a large class of underutilized abstractions.
Prior videos with Chris Olah.
James Koppel already made some important software for Facebook.
Software has been growing linearly and James wants to fix this.
In the talk James gave examples of existing but not well known technologies that will enable more automated error correction and other superior software. He wants to facilitate letting more people to know about it. He is also working on something still in stealth more to do something more.
Spiral program makes a faster fast fourier transform.
He talks about evolving code with fewer errors.
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