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Twelve Virtues of Rationality

Instead of Death and Dismemberment Amongst the Devoted today, how about something a little more positive? Eliezer Yudkowsky is an aritificial intelligence researcher and blogger on the “fine art of human rationality.”  He has developed what he calls the Twelve … Continue reading

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Religiosity Rematch

Here’s Part 2 of the conversation between artificial intelligence researcher Eliezer Yudkowsky and astronomer Adam Frank about the compatibility (or lack thereof) between science and religion.  Check out Part 1 from March (which Yudkowsky won hands-down, IMHO) right here.

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Anyone who bets against science is goin’ down!

Here’s another great “diavlog” from Bloggingheads.tv: astrophysicist/author Adam Frank tries to explain to researcher Eliezer Yudkowsky the central proposition of his new book The Constant Fire: Beyond the Science vs. Religion Debate (which actually looks like a very interesting read).  … Continue reading

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