Progress links and tweets,
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12th Jul 2022
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Patrick Collison on universal covid vaccines: we could have them very soon, if it weren’t for bureaucratic roadblocks
“Current funding organizations cluster heavily around a few management styles, warping the research ecosystem”
The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change announces their Progress Fellows Programme 2022
“A jeremiad is a long literary work… in which the author bitterly laments the state of society and its morals in a serious tone of sustained invective, and always contains a prophecy of society’s imminent downfall.”
(Sad and amusing to me that there is a word for this!)
What would you change the h-index to?
Who should be in a “Most Interesting People in the World” speaker series?
No one has suggested me yet… (@tom_morganKCP)
World’s Fair posters from DALL-E
The thinking machines allow us to become more human
Why did we stop reclaiming land for cities?
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