Weekend Reading & Selected Links

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Happy weekend! Here are some links to things I've been reading, watching or listening to that you might also enjoy:

  1. Daniel Kahneman's final podcast appearance, with interviewers Peter Singer and Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek.
  2. 'Does higher density cause lower birth rates?', a new blog article by Works in Progress.
  3. The Anthropic interpretability announcement (and paper).
  4. Money in the Twenty-First Century: Cheap, Mobile, and Digital, the new book by Richard Holden.
  5. Bryan Magee interviews Bernard Williams on the "spell" of ordinary language philosophy (1977).
  6. '‘Deny, denounce, delay’: the battle over the risk of ultra-processed foods', a recent Financial Times article.
  7. 'On AI Alignment and 'Superalignment'', a recent blog article by Dean Ball.
  8. 'Why Has Construction Productivity Stagnated? The Role of Land-Use Regulation', recent paper by Leonardo D'Amico et al.
  9. 'Am I autistic? An intellectual autobiography', a short essay by Karl Friston.
  10. How to read a paper.

Have a great weekend,‌