Lisa Randall is a theoretical physicist at Harvard.
Michael Malice is a political thinker, podcaster, author, and anarchist.
John Mearsheimer is an international relations scholar at University of Chicago. He is one of the most influential and controversial thinkers in the world on the topics of war and power.
Elon Musk is CEO of X, xAI, SpaceX, Tesla, Neuralink, and The Boring Company.
Jared Kushner is a former Senior Advisor to President Donald Trump and author of Breaking History.
Mark Zuckerberg is CEO of Meta.
Greg Lukianoff is a free speech advocate, first-amendment attorney, president of FIRE - Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression, and co-author of The Coddling of the American Mind and a new book The Canceling of the American Mind.
James Sexton is a divorce attorney and author.
Walter Isaacson is an author of biographies on Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, Leonardo da Vinci, and many others.
Neri Oxman is a designer, engineer, scientist, and artist working on computational design, synthetic biology and digital fabrication, previously at MIT, and now at OXMAN.
Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist at Stanford and host of the Huberman Lab Podcast.
Joscha Bach is a cognitive scientist, AI researcher, and philosopher.
Yuval Noah Harari is a historian, philosopher, and author of Sapiens, Homo Deus, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, and Unstoppable Us.
Benjamin Netanyahu is the Prime Minister of Israel.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is an activist, lawyer, author, and candidate for the President of the Unites States.
George Hotz is a programmer, hacker, and the founder of comma-ai and tiny corp.
Marc Andreessen is the co-creator of Mosaic, co-founder of Netscape, and co-founder of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz.
Jimmy Wales is the co-founder of Wikipedia. This podcast will cover a variety of topics including the origin story of Wikipedia, its design and number of articles, handling of Wikipedia pages for living persons, potential political bias within Wikipedia, discussion around conspiracy theories, and comparison with platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Jimmy also discusses the building and funding of Wikipedia, the role of ChatGPT, his thoughts on government and censorship, and the handling of controversial topics such as Adolf Hitler's Wikipedia page. The podcast concludes with a discussion on the future of Wikipedia, advice for young people, and the meaning of life.