From the New World
AI Pluralism Newsletter
Recommended by Brian Chau
By Matthew Mittelsteadt
Exploring a Classically Liberal framework to guide AI policy. Published in association with the AI and Progress Project at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Views are the authors' own.
By James Poulos
Crafting America's rise from ruin.
Marc Andreessen Substack
My personal Substack. Personal views only. Actually, not even personal views. I don't even know what my personal views are anymore. It doesn't matter. Read anyway!
By Jonah Davids
The science and politics of mental health
By Robin Hanson
This is a blog on why we believe and do what we do, why we pretend otherwise, how we might do better, and what our descendants might do, if they don't all die.
Alex Nowrasteh's Deep Dives
By Alex Nowrasteh's (mostly) Deep Dives
Thoughts on immigration, economics, social science, public policy, and book reviews
By Samuel Hammond
Imperfect takes with uncertain payoff
Intimations of a New Worldview
By Brett Andersen
Psychology, evolution, complexity, mythology, and the meaning crisis.
Ideas for a future worth wanting. Trying to widen the Overton Window with social science, philosophy, and cultural commentary.
Bet On It
By Bryan Caplan
Caplan and Candor
Rob Henderson's Newsletter
Human nature, psychology, social class, luxury beliefs, and more.
gonzo journalism in the age of AGI
We read the Internet all day so you don't have to.
Don't Worry About the Vase
By Zvi Mowshowitz
A world made of gears. Doing both speed premium short term updates and long term world model building. Explorations include AI, policy, rationality, Covid and medicine, strategy games and game design, and more.
By Bismarck Analysis
Intelligence-grade analysis of key industries, organizations, and live players.
pwn the future
By Joshua Steinman
thoughts on technology and security
Energy, finance, and the economy at-large | subscription details posted on our About page
In My Tribe
By Arnold Kling
improving social epistemology, rewarding reasoned discourse
cool but rude
This is a song about culture wars, futurism, apocalypta, and gun math.
Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology
Supporting research on how ideology and policy contribute to social and scientific progress.
Richard Hanania's Newsletter
Foreign policy, American politics, and social science
Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning
Conversations on genetics, history, politics, books, culture and evolution
Mapping the future
By Samuel Woods
Discover how to use AI for better writing, thinking, and creativity.
By Dwarkesh Patel
I ask the most interesting people the most interesting questions
By Curtis Yarvin (Gray Mirror)
A portal to the next regime
By Noah Smith
Economics and other interesting stuff
Explorations and inquiries into my curiosities: culture, politics, tech, business, and human nature
© 2023 Brian Chau
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