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Jonathan Rowson is a chess grandmaster who was three times British champion, writing books including "The Moves That Matter: A Chess Grandmaster on the Game of Life." He is now a "philosophical activist" working on "an urgent one hundred year project to improve the relationships between systems, souls, and society" at Perspectiva.  

Last week we talked about the impact of computers on the game of chess and the people who play it. This week we make the connection with Jonathan's career as a philosopher and how he intends Perspectiva to make a difference. He'll tell us about their antidebates: "Most of us don’t only disagree with each other, we disagree with ourselves. That’s a very important premise for the antidebate. The main battle is within your own reckoning with a difficult question."

All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.

Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.

Jonathan Rowson





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