Joi Ito's conversations with interesting people.
44: Conversation with Jessy Lin
Conversation with Jessy Lin from the infamous MIT labsix that did adversarial AI project "Fooling Neural Networks in the Physical World with 3D Adversarial Objects" project https://www.labsix.org/physical-objects-that-fool-neural-nets/
43: Conversation with Nikola Danaylov
Conversation with Nikola Danaylov of Singularity.fm. He interviewed me for his show a few weeks ago and now I'm interviewing him back. We will talk about the transhumanist movement, cryonics, "beating death," and singularity.
42: Conversation with Anjali Sastry
Conversation with Anjali Sastry about systems dynamics, cybernetics and society.
41: Conversation with Kade Crockford
Conversation with Kade Crockford the Director of the Technology for Liberty Program at the ACLU of Massachusetts. Kade ensures privacy and civil liberties law keeps pace with new technologies, with a focus on how systems of surveillance and control impact not just the society in general but their primary targets—people of color, Muslims, immigrants, and dissidents.
40: Conversation with Martha Minow
Conversation with Martha Minow, Harvard Law Professor and former Dean of Harvard Law School. We talk about forgiveness, the judicial system and the future of law in a world of new technologies such as AI.
39: Conversation with Gerald Holton
Conversation with Gerald Holton, a science historian and physicist talking about letters from Albert Einstein to Gene Sharp recently found by Jamila Raqib. The letters are an important part of a conversation about the role of Einstein in thinking about science, ethics and activism.