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Chats about research, university, and life from new and interesting perspectives. Hosted by Arthur Allshire and Shrey Jain.

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    • Society & Culture

Chats about research, university, and life from new and interesting perspectives. Hosted by Arthur Allshire and Shrey Jain.

    Flow Rate

    Flow Rate

    Shrey and Arthur talk about: their latest thoughts on the coronavirus and testing, balance vs pushing in your work life, the value of content subscriptions, and whether Arthur should pursue biomedical engineering(?!).

    • 53 min
    Ant Farm

    Ant Farm

    Arthur (@arthurallshire), Shrey (@shreydjain13), and special guest Martin Staadecker talk about education, productivity, and perfectionism.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Simon says

    Simon says

    In which Arthur and Shrey talk about conformism and growth.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    A Routine Episode

    A Routine Episode

    Arthur (@arthurallshire), Shrey (@shreydjain13), and special guest Ben (@BenAgro4) talk about habits, routines, and note-taking.

    Links:
    Ben's insane spreadsheet tmux Trello Andy Matuschak's Notes Join our Slack!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Domo Arigato

    Domo Arigato

    Links

    Patrick Collison’s Questions Tesla autopilot problems SAE Classification System Richard Murray on safety in Machine Learning systems Tesla thinking a Burger King sign is a stop sign Rand paper analysing miles needed to drive to achieve self-driving safety Convolutional neural networks Recurrent neural networks Reinforcement learning Ben Recht’s excellent technical blog Arthur’s blog about the future of self-driving Why books don’t work - Andy Matuschak

    • 52 min
    Tool use

    Tool use

    Arthur (@arthurallshire) and Shrey (@shreydjain13) discuss the tools they use to get work done.

    Links:
    Mendeley LiquidText Notion Chris Olah Blog Argmin Blog RoamResearch Strava TrainingPeaks Signal Hey How can we develop transformative tools for thought? What you can't say

    • 55 min

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