Ed Thorpe

The Meb Faber Show | 8 February 2016 | 0h 58m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Interview with the Ed Thorp: professor, mathematician; fund manager with one of the best track records; best-selling author of “Beat the Dealer” and “A Man for All Markets”; creator of the first wearable computer; and the father of card counting.

Losses Loom Large

Choiceology with Katy Milkman | 29 October 2018 | 0h 34m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Uses emotionally powerful stories and academic experts to explain loss aversion – the irrational way we distinguish between losses and gain – and the link between loss aversion and unethical choices.

Naval Ravikant on Reading, Happiness, Systems for Decision Making, Habits, Radical Honesty

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish | 27 February 2018 | 2h 00m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Interview with Naval Ravikant, prominent early stage investor and CEO and co-founder of AngelList. Lots of wisdom throughout, but especially insightful on how to be a better reader.

Think Like a Computer to Make Better Decisions

TED Talks Daily| 14 September 2018 | 0h 11m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Cognitive scientist Tom Griffiths shows how we can apply the logic of computers to untangle tricky human problems, sharing three practical strategies for making better decisions – on everything from finding a home to choosing which restaurant to go to tonight.

Josh Wolfe and Directional Arrows of Progress

Capital Allocators | 20 August 2018 | 1h 09m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Interview with Josh Wolfe, co-founder of Lux Capital, a $1.5 billion venture capital firm formed to support scientists and entrepreneurs pursuing counter-conventional solutions. Littered with frameworks for improved decisionmaking and insights on the future of technology and investment.

Tali Sharot – Optimism, Decision Making, and Mistakes

Capital Allocators | 4 June 2018 | 0h 47m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Interview with Tali Sharot, an expert on human decision-making, optimism and emotion and author of “The Influential Mind”, “The Science of Optimism”, and “The Optimism Bias”. Sharot combines research in psychology, behavioural economics and neuroscience to reveal the forces that shape our decisions, beliefs and inaccurate expectations of the future.