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== Discussants for the August 8, 2018 session include: ==
== Discussants for the August 8, 2018 session include: ==
== Discussants for the August 8, 2018 session include: ==<br />
Eric Beinhocker - economics<br /><br />
Eric Beinhocker - economics<br /><br />
Doyne Farmer - economics and technological change<br /><br />
Doyne Farmer - economics and technological change<br /><br />

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SFI ACtioN Applied Topical Meeting


August 1 & 8, 2018

Santa Fe, NM

Discussants for the August 1, 2018 session include:

Eric Beinhocker - economics

Doyne Farmer - economics and technological change

Fotini Markopoulou – entrepreneur and quantum physicist

Steen Rasmussen - physics and artificial life

Mark Bedau - philosopher for biology and artificial life

Jenna Bednar – institutions and federal states

Rob Boyd – cultural evolution

David Christian – big history

Molly Crockett - the human social mind

Joel Mokyr - historical economist on the Industrial Revolution

Nick Pinkston - digital manufacturing

Andy Shreve - nanoscience and novel complex materials



Discussants for the August 8, 2018 session include:

Eric Beinhocker - economics

Doyne Farmer - economics and technological change

Fotini Markopoulou - entrepreneur and quantum physicist

Steen Rasmussen - physics and artificial life

Johan Bollen – opinion dynamics

‡ Kate Crowford – artificial intelligence/robotics/ethics

‡ Drew Endy - synthetic biology

Carl Frey - economic history with focus on new technologies

Nick Hanauer – entrepreneur and civic activist

Ricardo Hausmann - economic development and policy

Klaus Lackner - carbon capture and sequestration

Lawrence Lessig – law, ethics and writer

‡ = invited as of April 22, not yet confirmed