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How the future of creativity means asking for what you want
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Microsoft founder Bill Gates takes us deep into his remarkable history and propels us into the future of technology and philanthropy.
Roger McNamee—early investor in Facebook turned outspoken critic—sits down for an extended examination of big tech's missteps and where we go from here.
Chris and Ezra discuss religion, the nuanced complexity of human nature, and why Chris believes ideas matter now more than ever.
How are educators thinking about creativity these days? And why should creativity be a focus at all?
Chris digs into the questions that really matter with Danny Kahneman, Nobel laureate, godfather of behavioral economics, and one of the most influential psychologists alive.
Join Chris for a very special conversation with legendary inventor and computer scientist Ray Kurzweil.
Talking about race can be difficult. But Mellody Hobson argues that we need to do it anyway – boldly and often.
Exasperated at what she saw as a systemic design flaw that primarily affects poor and marginalized people, public defense lawyer Robin Steinberg came up with a plan to fix things.
Chris sat down with Steven Pinker to take a closer look at the data that suggest the world is improving, and to unpack why so many people find this idea so challenging.