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Decoding popularity: Why successful people don't try appealing to everyone's tastes
Senior Editor, The Atlantic
January 6, 2018
Superintelligence: How A.I. will overcome humans
AI's newest target for worker displacement: journalists?
Bill Nye is a scientist, because you’re not your college major
DNA exhaust: How much control do you really have over your genetic data?
Jim Gaffigan: The Psychology of Why We Laugh at Self-Deprecating Humor
Executive Producer, "The Jim Gaffigan Show"
Donald Trump's Crisis Presidency: Would the GOP Suspend the Constitution?
Professor of American History, Princeton University
Liberal Brains Are Different from Conservative Brains, but Dialogue Is Still Possible
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, NY Presbyterian Hospital Weill-Cornell School of Medicine
Have a Threshold for Disgusting Things? Find Out – Because It Reveals a Lot About You
Author, "This Is Your Brain on Parasites"
Feeling Stuck? Good Ideas Hide in Plain Sight, Says Novelist Jonathan Safran Foer
Jonathan Safran Foer
“Parenting” Is the Most Important Job We’ll Ever Do – And Here’s How We’re Failing
Professor of Psychology, UC Berkeley
How Comedy Helped Egypt’s Jon Stewart Survive Fascism
Host, Al Bernameg
Top Video of 2016 #2: The Science behind Women’s Sexual Desire: Provocative, Immediate, and Raw
Contributing Writer, New York Times Magazine
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