Ep. 52 – Human 2.0, with Dr. Amy Kruse

May 22, 2018 00:22:42
Ep. 52 – Human 2.0, with Dr. Amy Kruse
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Ep. 52 – Human 2.0, with Dr. Amy Kruse
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Show Notes

This episode features a conversation with Dr. Amy Kruse, chief scientific officer at the Platypus Institute. She discusses "Human 2.0," a concept she describes a vision of where humans are headed in terms of cognitive performance. She also describes how this concept overlays on what we know about the cognitive demands of war.

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