Ask A Genius 57 – Nations, the US, Putin, Inequality, and AI Valets

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 57 – Nations, the US, Putin, Inequality, and AI Valets Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner January 13, 2017 Scott: What about nationhood at various levels of sophistication? Rick: You’re talking about the idea of nations or the actuality of nations throughout history. Over the past 300 or 400 years, …

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Ask A Genius 56 – US, China, India, and Talent 2

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 56 – US, China, India, and Talent 2 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner January 12, 2017 Scott: That leads to the third point, where Lee Kuan Yew had good relations with the United States and China. He had to balance between the two with a small city-state. He was …

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Ask A Genius 55 – US, China, India, and Talent 1

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 55 – US, China, India, and Talent 1 Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner January 11, 2017 Scott: ‘Hot button’ issues still in the United States. Acceptance of basic ideas in various fields. In climatology, global warming; in biology, evolution, for examples. Rick: There’s big science, then there’s everyday science. …

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