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Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager of Coolabah Capital, and Ying Yi Ann Cheng, a portfolio management director. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets.
 
Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
 
In this podiobook: 'All Sorts of People - Ordered Complexity' is a collection of seven linked books:Book One presents personality differences - we may describe you, your family, your friends, in a great deal of detail. We develop symmetries between the various forms of thought. This will help us later as we map things onto the human brain.Book Two examines the energy engine of the mind, the source of our excitement. This form of thought operates strongly in one personality style and gives it ...
 
The great Yuri Gurevich, mathematician, computer scientist and inventor of abstract state machines, will teach us about algorithms beginning with this introductory lecture that includes plenty of historical context. This is the first in a series of lectures exploring the fundamental logic that powers all that we as software engineers and computer scientists do in computing--the algorithm. What is an algorithm, exactly? You may be surprised to learn that this is actually not a very simple que ...
 
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It’s tempting to believe that people can outsource decisions to machines — that algorithms are objective, and it’s easier and fairer to dump the burden on them. But convenience conceals the complicated truth: when lives are made or broken by AI, we need transparency about the way we ask computers questions, and we need to understand what kinds of p…
 
Dating can have its ups, but it can also have its downs! It feels good when people find you attractive. It feels good, when you’re going out on dates, getting to know someone and forming bonds. It feels even better when that relationship turns into something promising, a deeper commitment. BUT, what about when people aren’t attracted to you. When y…
 
Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager of Coolabah Capital, and Ying Yi Ann Cheng, a portfolio management director. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. You ca…
 
You would think the holidays would bring joy and cheer to the hearts of everyone, but unfortunately that just in the case. Life has its challenges, and at times these challenges can be frustrating, stealing one’s peace and joy. Often an area of frustration comes from relationships. When in a relationship there’s no where one can hide or turn off th…
 
COVID-19 hasn’t just disrupted the “normal” of everyone’s social practices in what we take for granted as “daily life.” The pandemic has also, more granularly, changed the way scientists research and publish; it has changed the way science interfaces with institutions as varied as local governments and cell phone companies; it has changed the way w…
 
Is it a bad thing to rush into marriage? Marriage is one of the most important choices you will ever make? It’s because, who you choose to marry will impact you for the rest of your life. For those who make a wrong choice or marry prematurely it can bring heartache, frustration, and sadly divorce. Therefore why rush into marriage? There isn’t a “ON…
 
Matter, energy, and information: the holy trinity of physics. Understanding the relations between these measures of our world are one of the big questions of complex systems science. The laws of thermodynamics tell us that entropy (loosely but somewhat inaccurately speaking, “disorder”) increases in any closed material system. But at the same time …
 
Holiday Loneliness is a real thing! There are singles who are challenged with loneliness throughout the year, and then there are singles who are very comfortable with their singleness. To understand that you don’t need a romantic partner to find fulfillment is critical to healthy living, but yet even those who are secure in thier singleness can fin…
 
"There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” – Vladimir Ilyich Lenin When human beings saw the first pictures of the Earth from space, the impact was transformative. New instruments for taking in new vistas, for understanding our relationships and contexts at a different scale, have in some ways defined the h…
 
In 2020 we saw one of the most contentious political environment in history. This has brought a major divide within our our country, and sadly within our homes. Many couples are experiencing intense communications breakdowns, and this challenge is taring a part marriage. How should couples navigate politics within a relationship? In this podcast kn…
 
The modern world has a way of distancing itself from everything that came before it…and yet the evidence from archaeology supports a different story. While industrial societies tend to praise markets and advanced technologies as the main drivers of the last few centuries of change, a careful study of civilizations as distinct as Ancient Rome, Peru,…
 
Organisms aren’t the only products of the evolutionary process. Cultural products such as writing, art, and music also undergo change over time, subject to both the constraints of the physical environment and the psychologies of those who make them. In recent years, the study of cultural evolution has exploded with new insights — revelations into t…
 
Is opposite attraction something you should pay attention to? Hollywood has often sensationalize the idea of opposites attract. There’s a glamour and excitement that without it a relationship is dull. As exciting as it may be to date someone who is very different than you. The question we need to ask, is opposite attraction practical when building …
 
On the one hand, we have math: a world of forms and patterns, a priori logic, timeless and consistent. On the other, we have physics: messy and embodied interactions, context-dependent and contingent on a changing world. And yet, many people get the two confused, including physicists and mathematicians. Where the two meet, and the nature of the bou…
 
Should you care about being equally yoked when dating and getting married. The word equally yoked is a term that is often thrown around when people talk about marriage, but what exactly does it mean and is it something people should even pay attention to. The idea is a spiritual term that many are not familiar with, because we are no longer primari…
 
Welcome to COMPLEXITY, the official podcast of the Santa Fe Institute. I’m your host, Michael Garfield, and every other week we’ll bring you with us for far-ranging conversations with our worldwide network of rigorous researchers developing new frameworks to explain the deepest mysteries of the universe. This week we present something different: SF…
 
In relationships you are bound to have disagreements, but what do you do with them? When you take two different people who were raised differently you are bound to have disagreements. A disagreement is when two people have differing view points. For example, you believe the house should be cleaned weekly whereas your spouse may believe it should be…
 
Whether you live in the USA or have just been watching the circus from afar, chances are that you agree: “polarization” dominates descriptions of the social landscape. Judging from the news alone, one might think the States have never been so painfully divided…yet nuanced public polls, and new behavioral models, suggest another narrative: the Unite…
 
Have you ever desired to ask someone out, but struggled to build the confidence to do it? If you’ve ever lacked confidence to ask someone out, you are not alone. All people of different backgrounds have found themselves intimidated in one way or another to approach someone they may like. This intimidation keeps people from possibly meeting in build…
 
Now, maybe more than ever before, it is time to learn the art of skepticism. Amidst compounded complex crises, humankind must also navigate a swelling tidal wave of outright lies, clever misdirections, and well-meant but dangerous mistaken claims….in other words, bullshit. Why is the 21st Century such a hotbed of fake news? How can we structure our…
 
Co-parenting is hard. It requires working together and communication. In part one we shared tips to help couples navigate different parenting styles, but how do you work with a person where you difference drew you a part? There is a reason why couples are divorced or no longer together. Maybe someone hurt the other or cheated on them. Whatever the …
 
What do you when how you want to raise your child differs from your spouse? Everyone has an opinion on how to raise children, but what happens when those opinions differ when you’re married? How do you work through the challenge of having differing parenting styles? In this podcast episode we take a look some of the challenge parents face when rais…
 
Is there life on Mars? Or Titan? What are we even looking for? Without a formal definition, inquiries into the stars just echo noise. But then, perhaps, the noise contains a signal… To find life elsewhere in the universe requires us to wager a defined biology, to come to terms with what it means to be alive. Looking out is looking in, to ask the ha…
 
Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager of Coolabah Capital, and Ying Yi Ann Cheng, a portfolio management director. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. You ca…
 
One of the defining characteristics of complex systems science is the shift in emphasis from objects to relationships and processes. How is information related to matter and energy, and how do the distinct formulations of different scientific lineages braid together in a unifying pattern? This search for a more fundamental understanding drives dire…
 
How do you handle flirtatious advancements towards you or your partner? It can be flattering to have someone flirt with you. It can make someone feel attractive or even wanted, but not all advancements are wanted or appropriate. One instance where flirting is inappropriate is when you are in a relationship. Whether you are the one being flirted on …
 
Since the 1940s, scientists have puzzled over a curious finding: armed conflict data reveals that human battles obey a power-law distribution, like avalanches and epidemics. Just like the fractal surfaces of mountains and cauliflowers, the shape of violence looks the same at any level of magnification. Beyond the particulars of why we fight, this p…
 
Have you ever heard of relationship attachment styles? People love taking relationship surveys, or character personality tests. They do this to not only better understand themselves, but also to better understand others in relationships. Though these tests can be fun, are they helpful? I would say most are not, but some are. Recently, I came across…
 
Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager of Coolabah Capital, and Ying Yi Ann Cheng, a portfolio management director. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. You ca…
 
The magnitude of interlocking “wicked problems” we humans face today is daunting…and made all the worse by the widening schisms in our public discourse, the growing prominence of hate speech and prejudicial violence. How can we collaborate at scale if it’s not even safe to act as citizens, to participate in a sufficiently diverse society, without b…
 
Why stay in a relationship solely because of time? Have you ever seen a relationship where every sign says they should end it, yet they remain in it because of the amount of time they’ve invested. WHY? Should duration of time be a reason to stay in a relationship? Well, it depends. This is not an easy answer because it differs based on the couple. …
 
Each of us at some point in our lives will face traumatizing hardship — abuse or injury, lack or loss. And all of us must weather the planetwide effects of this pandemic, economic instability, systemic inequality, and social unrest…and find a way to live on with their consequences. Trauma isn’t evenly distributed. But it IS ubiquitous, and learning…
 
Are there practical tips one can implement while dating during the COVID 19 pandemic? As COVID 19 continues, one thing is becoming increasingly clear. This pandemic isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon. I believe when the outbreak first started and we were asked to shelter in place, most thought it would be a short term thing, and life would go back …
 
Cities define the modern world. They characterize the human era and its impacts on our planet. By bringing us together, these "social reactors" amplify the best in us: our creativity, efficiency, wealth, and communal ethos. But they also amplify our worst: the incidence of social crimes, the span of inequality, our vulnerability to epidemics. And b…
 
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