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Welcome to the Foresight Institute’s podcast! Since 1986, Foresight has been advancing technologies for the long-term benefit of life and the biosphere. We focus on three areas: molecular machine nanotechnology for building better things, biotechnology for health extension, and computer science and crypto commerce for intelligent cooperation. This podcast is where we share a portion of our public work fitted for listening. We mix longer discussions with shorter bits, new episodes with all-ti ...
 
TrueMajority believes that there is power in numbers and helps organize people that believe in social justice, giving children a decent start in life, protecting the environment and America working in cooperation with the world community. In 2007, TrueMajority joined with USAction. The two organizations create a strong grassroots internet and field presence with a combined membership of more than 700,000, making them the third largest online progressive organization in the country.
 
Sound Motives is an interview project about musical discovery and creativity. Musicians and producers discuss what has influenced and inspired them, and what continues to push them to create and refine their craft. Sound Motives is where music meets culture. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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“There's heaps of futures open to humanity. Some of these futures would be constrained to earth, some might involve other planets, star systems or galaxies.” Toby Ord is a Senior Research Fellow in Philosophy at Oxford University. His work focuses on the big picture questions facing humanity. What are the most important issues of our time? How can …
 
About Ran Yam: Ran Yam, CEO and co-founder. Ran has decades of experience in developing optical systems and medical devices for different industries such as defense, optical communication, semi-conductors and ophthalmology . In his previous position as VP R&D for Visionix, a global leader in eye care solutions, he was responsible for developing inn…
 
About Dr. Paul Chous: Dr. Paul Chous completed his undergraduate education at Brown and UC Irvine, and then received his Masters and Doctorate of Optometry degrees from UC Berkeley. Paul has a private practice specializing in diabetes eye care and education in Tacoma, WA. He is the author of Diabetic Eye Disease: Lessons From a Diabetic Eye Doctor,…
 
Mark S. Miller discusses civilization as relevant superintelligence, the importance and neglectedness of cybersecurity, and decentralized approaches to AI safety. Even if we don't know yet how to align Artificial General Intelligences with our goals, we do have experience in aligning organizations with our goals. Some argue corporations are in fact…
 
About Craig Norman: A clinician for over 4 decades, he has been involved in the development and evaluation of numerous products and technologies in the soft, GP and scleral lens category. Until the summer of 2018 he was the founding Director of Research at the Michigan College of Optometry, Ferris State University where he remains on the adjunct fa…
 
About Ran Yam: Ran Yam, CEO and co-founder. Ran has decades of experience in developing optical systems and medical devices for different industries such as defense, optical communication, semi-conductors and ophthalmology . In his previous position as VP R&D for Visionix, a global leader in eye care solutions, he was responsible for developing inn…
 
“The reality is some people would like to be uploaded and live in cyberspace.” Meatspace and cyberspace often conflict. But how can we make the best out of both of them? This episode features Christine Peterson, she is Co-founder and former President of Foresight Institute. She lectures and writes about nanotechnology, AI, and longevity. She advise…
 
About Dr. Monica Jong: Assistant Professor, Discipline of Optometry, University of Canberra, Australia Asia Optometric Myopia Academy (AOMA) Advisor Visiting Fellow, School of Optometry and Vision Science, University of New South Wales, Sydney Secretary of the Refractive Error Working Group, International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness Form…
 
About Dr. Cecelia Koetting: Dr. Koetting practices at the secondary tertiary surgical center Virginia Eye Consultants in Norfolk, VA. Her primary focus is ocular disease specializing in anterior segment and corneal disease, neuro-optometry, and peri-operative care. She also partakes in clinical research and the maintenance of the referral network a…
 
What are AI DAO’s? Why are they interesting? How can brain computer interfaces help humans? And what challenges will we face when we move into space? All of these questions and more are being answered in this episode that was recorded live at the first ever Foresight gathering in Europe, Berlin. The panel consists of: Jessy Kate Schingler, Open Lun…
 
About Matt Oerding: Matt Oerding is an executive with 25 years of experience with Novartis, General Mills and General Electric. He has held leadership roles in marketing, strategy and general management in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Passionate about making a difference in people's lives, Matt has focused on the eye care sector since 2001. Over …
 
About Dr. Brianna Rhue: Brianna Rhue earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona before earning her Doctorate of Optometry at Nova Southeastern University. She completed her residency at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami and is a partner at West Broward Eyecare in South Florida. Dr. Rhue is passionate about health care tec…
 
Why does signing up to cryonics today make sense? What are people not getting about longevity? And how can the crypto community and the longevity community work together? All of these questions and more are being answered in this episode that was recorded live at the first ever Foresight gathering in Europe, Berlin. The panel consists of: Dr. Ole M…
 
About Dr. Justin Kwan: Dr. Justin Kwan is a 2009 graduate of Berkeley and went on to do a contact lens and dry eye residency at SCCO. He taught and saw patients there for eight years before moving to Chicago three years ago. In April 2020, he transitioned to CooperVision full time in the role of senior manager, myopia management. In his 12 year car…
 
About Dr. Mark Schaeffer: Dr. Mark Schaeffer serves as Clinical Field Manager at MyEyeDr in Birmingham, Alabama where he practices full scope optometry. In addition to his clinical work, he is affiliated with several pharmaceutical companies in consulting for ocular disease and contact lenses. Dr. Schaeffer is the author of multiple articles that h…
 
“If we get to a post-scarcity society, with much greater levels of well being and really long lives, settling space, etc., that means we have a lot to look forward to when it comes to the future!” What is available in the “nearer-term” for life if our immature civilization can make it past the current and upcoming tech/insight/coordination hurdles?…
 
In this special episode of the Myopia Podcast, Dr. David Kading shared his previous webinar called Implementing Myopia Management into Your Practice. Resources Website Mentioned: Euclid System: https://euclidsys.com/practitionersDr. Dave Kading & Dr. Mile Brujic による
 
About Dr. Ilse Homan: Ilse obtained her B. Optom degree at Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) in 2005, has completed various additional Paediatric and Binocular Vision Courses and is qualified in Ocular Diagnostics. She was also amongst the first group of South African Optometrists who passed the theoretical portion of the Ocular Therapeutics Course (…
 
“We use this sort of de novo protein design, to design brand new proteins that block viruses such as the Coronavirus from entering cells.” How can new progress in nanotech help us fight the coronavirus? In this episode David Baker from the University of Washington presents breakthrough advancements in de novo protein design. Results are easily tran…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Eef Van Der Worp talks about creating a customized approach to Myopia. People with Myopia can see clearly when it’s close to them but all distant objects appear blurred. This is a common condition that affects an estimated 25% of Americans. Inside the podcast you will learn the following: The importance of axial length in Myopi…
 
Nowadays, electronic devices and software have become part of our daily life. We can all agree that it gives us a fast and convenient way of living in a world of technology. So how EHR helps contribute to providing higher quality and safer care for patients. In this podcast, Dr. Kelly Kerksick will talk about Revolutionary EHR Inside the podcast, y…
 
“Humans are the only species that understand that they are aging and dying. So we try to avoid thinking about aging and we are now starting to think about prevention.” In this episode, Alex Zhavoronkov, CEO and Founder of Insilico Medicine and Deep Longevity, offers his roadmap for what he calls Longevity as a Service. He explains the approach Deep…
 
“We are here representing the field of the science of aging. And we think that this is a historical day for us, because we're going to offer something that will be paradigm changing.” Nir Barzilai, professor at Albert Einstein School of Medicine and director of Institute for Aging Research, presents the current state of the groundbreaking TAME tria…
 
“For me being able to quantify aging is one of the most important endeavours in the field. There is a lot of emphasis on intervening in aging, to either reverse or slow it, but I would argue that there’s no way to test if you did that, if you can’t directly measure the thing that you’re trying to intervene in.” In this episode, Morgan Levine, Assis…
 
About Randy Kojima: Randy Kojima is the Clinical Research and Development Director for Precision Technology based in Vancouver, Canada. He also serves as Research Scientist and Clinical Instructor at the Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon. Additionally, he is a clinical advisor to Medmont Instruments in Melbourne, Austr…
 
About Dr. Mick Kling: Dr. Michael A. (Mick) Kling is a leadership trainer, consultant, speaker, writer, innovator and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Impact Leadership, which provides leader- ship, culture and business consulting for the eye care community. In addition to his role with Impact Leader- ship, Mick is the founder and CEO of …
 
In this podcast we will pick his brain to talk with us about the Business Model of Myopia Management. He will walk us through the business models he heard of. Here we can learn the biggest roadblock oh how he incorporates myopia management to a busy primary care practice. As we all know Myopia practice takes a little bit of time. If you want to imp…
 
“Did the first amendment protect us from the atom bomb, or the nuclear arms race or Vietnam or Iraq? No, it didn't. Everybody kept their mouths shut.” Daniel Ellsberg is the 90-year old whistleblower that leaked the Pentagon Papers in 1971. Since the end of the Vietnam War, Ellsberg has been a lecturer, scholar, writer and activist on the dangers o…
 
About Dr. Kerry Giedd: Kerry Giedd, OD, MS, FAAO is a founding partner of Eola Eyes, a private group practice in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Giedd has served as a clinical investigator, consultant, and speaker for companies within the vision care industry, including Bausch + Lomb, CooperVision, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Alcon, and Allergan. Her prac…
 
“Is it possible to take the principles of what is possible and impossible that already exist in physics, and formulate the whole of physics in terms of these statements in a way that gives us a new theory of computation?” What is possible and what is impossible? Chiara Marletto, Research Fellow at Oxford University demonstrates in her new book “The…
 
About Mark Bullimore: Professor Bullimore is an internationally renowned scientist, speaker, and educator based in Boulder, Colorado. He received his Optometry degree and PhD in Vision Science from Aston University in Birmingham, England. He spent most of his career at the Ohio State University and the University of California at Berkeley and is no…
 
About Dr. John Gelles: Dr. Gelles is the director of the specialty contact lens division of the Cornea and Laser Eye Institute and the CLEI Center for Keratoconus in Teaneck, NJ. He is an assistant clinical professor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, and an adjunct clinical professor at State Univ…
 
“Humans play with social rules - that way we can test the boundaries without actually violating the rules” Robin Hanson is a pioneer in rigorous futurism, an Economics professor at George Mason University, a Future of Humanity Institute Research Associate, and the founder of OvercomingBias. In this podcast episode Hanson discusses his book “The Ele…
 
Why do we think Atropine works? If you think it is because of accommodation, think again. We also discuss concentrations and the studies leading to how I use atropine in my practice. Also, Jeff speaks about a recent study talking about what your patients will experience when they use atropine. Jeff's work in the area of Myopia has been so influenti…
 
About Dr. Caity Morrison: Dr. Morrison is the owner of In Focus: Specialty Contact Lens & Vision Solutions, a private practice in Scottsdale, Arizona that specializes in contact lenses for advanced ocular conditions and comprehensive care for difficult visual cases. After graduating from the New England College of Optometry in Boston, Dr. Morrison …
 
“If your view is that the future per se matters as much as the present, then you are led to maximizing sustainable economic growth.” In this episode we are joined by Tyler Cowen, economist at George Mason University. Cowen writes the "Economic Scene" column for The New York Times and since 2016 has been a regular opinion columnist at Bloomberg Opin…
 
Today we are honored to have Patrick Caroline about the history of Myopia Management. About Mr. Caroline: Mr. Caroline serves as Associate Professor at Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove Oregon. He is a Fellow member and Diplomat of the Cornea and Contact Lens Section of the American Academy of Optometry. For the past thirty ye…
 
About Dr. David Kading: Dave Kading has been recognized by his peers as one of the top 50 most influential optometrists of all time, as a top innovator in eyecare, and in 2017 was listed among the top 10 practices in eyecare. His progressive and forward thinking approach to healthcare and tech work to bring about a new and fresh perspective. He con…
 
About Dr. Shane Kannar: Shane R. Kannarr, OD, practices in Pittsburg, Kansas. He opened Kannarr Eye Care in 2009. The practice has grown into a busy three doctor-three location practice. Much of this growth can be attributed to embracing patient needs first and foremost and utilizing technology to differentiate the practice. Dr. Kannarr has lecture…
 
“Whenever you take venture capital it immediately creates the expectation of this being worth 10 times more within 3 years.” Tom Chi is a business leader and innovator who started out doing astrophysical research when he was only 15 years old. His CV includes executive roles at Yahoo, being a key influencer in the design of Microsoft Outlook, and s…
 
About Dr. Melissa Barnett: Dr. Melissa Barnett is a principal optometrist at the University of California, Davis Eye Center in Sacramento and Davis, California. She is an internationally recognized key opinion leader, specializing in dry eye disease and specialty contact lenses. Dr. Barnett lectures globally and publishes extensively on topics incl…
 
About Dr. Susan Gromacki: Dr. Susan J. Gromacki is an internationally-recognized clinician, lecturer, and author on the topics of the cornea and contact lenses. In practice for 27 years, she graduated with honors from the University of Notre Dame and The Ohio State University College of Optometry and completed a residency in hospital-based optometr…
 
“To me democracy is a form of technology, so as a technologist I’m equally excited about each and every new governance proposal and mechanism.” In this episode we are joined by Taiwan’s digital minister Audrey Tang, a software programmer as well as the digital minister of Taiwan, in charge of social innovation. Audrey talks about what it means to b…
 
About Dr. Jason Jedlicka: Dr Jedlicka is an Associate Professor at Indiana University School of Optometry, and the Director of the Cornea and Contact Lens Service. He is a Diplomate in the American Academy of Optometry's Cornea, Contact Lens, and Refractive Technologies Section, a past President of the Scleral Lens Education Society, and a Fellow a…
 
About Dr. Matt Geller: Dr. Geller is the co-founder and CEO of CovalentCreative - an independently owned, eyecare professional-only, digital marketing agency that provides content, creative, and technology services for forward-thinking eyecare organizations CovalentCreative is the parent company of EyesOnEyecare.com - a digital publication that foc…
 
About Dr. Roya Habibi: Dr Roya Habibi is a University of California, Berkeley trained optometric doctor with a specialized focus on Dry Eye Disease and Specialty Contact Lenses. As a practicing doctor at a multi-disciplinary practice in Seattle, WA, Dr Habibi founded and serves as the Director of the Center for Eye Comfort. Within her specialty cli…
 
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