80,000 Hours Podcast

Past guests of the show include Sam Bankman-Fried,[1] Nick Beckstead,[1]2] Alexander Berger,[2]3] Vitalik Buterin[3]4]Bryan Caplan,[4]5][5]6] David Chalmers,[6]7] Paul Christiano,[7]8][8]9] Tyler Cowen,[9]10] Julia Galef,[10]11] Hilary Greaves,[11]12][12]13] Robin Hanson,[13]14] Holden Karnofsky,[14][15][16][17] William MacAskill,[17]18][18]19] Yew-Kwang Ng,[19]20] Toby Ord,[20]21][21]22] Kelsey Piper,[22]23] Stuart Russell,[23]24] Anders Sandberg,[24]25][25]26] Carl Shulman,[26]27] Peter Singer,[27]28] Philip Tetlock[28]29][29]30] and many other notable figures in the effective altruism community or adjacent to it.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2022) Sam Bankman-Fried on taking a high-risk approach to crypto and doing good, 80,000 Hours, April 14.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Alexander Berger on improving global health and wellbeing in clear and direct ways, 80,000 Hours, July 12.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2022) Bryan Caplan on why lazy parenting is actually OK, 80,000 Hours, April 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) David Chalmers on the nature and ethics of consciousness, 80,000 Hours, December 16.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Should we leave a helpful message for future civilizations, just in case humanity dies out?, 80,000 Hours, August 5.

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    Koehler, Arden, Robert Wiblin & Keiran Harris (2020) Hilary Greaves on Pascal’s mugging, strong longtermism, and whether existing can be good for us, 80,000 Hours, October 21.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Why we have to lie to ourselves about why we do what we do, according to Prof Robin Hanson, 80,000 Hours, March 28.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on the most important century, 80,000 Hours, August 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on building aptitudes and kicking ass, 80,000 Hours, August 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Our descendants will probably see us as moral monsters. what should we do about that?, 80,000 Hours, January 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Prof Yew-Kwang Ng on ethics and how to create a much happier world, 80,000 Hours, July 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2020) Toby Ord on the precipice and humanity’s potential futures, 80,000 Hours, March 7.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Can journalists still write about important things?, 80,000 Hours, February 27.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2020) The flaws that make today’s AI architecture unsafe and a new approach that could fix it, 80,000 Hours, June 22.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Carl Shulman on the common-sense case for existential risk work and its practical implications, 80,000 Hours, October 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) Peter Singer on being provocative, EA, how his moral views have changed, & rescuing children drowning in ponds, 80,000 Hours, December 5.

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Past guests of the show include Nick Beckstead,[1] Alexander Berger,[2] Vitalik Buterin[3]Bryan Caplan,[3]4][4]5] David Chalmers,[5]6] Paul Christiano,[6]7][7]8] Tyler Cowen,[8]9] Julia Galef,[9]10] Hilary Greaves,[10]11][11]12] Robin Hanson,[12]13] Holden Karnofsky,[13][14][15][16] William MacAskill,[16]17][17]18] Yew-Kwang Ng,[18]19] Toby Ord,[19]20][20]21] Kelsey Piper,[21]22] Stuart Russell,[22]23] Anders Sandberg,[23]24][24]25] Carl Shulman,[25]26] Peter Singer,[26]27] Philip Tetlock[27]28][28]29] and many other notable figures in the effective altruism community or adjacent to it.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Alexander Berger on improving global health and wellbeing in clear and direct ways, 80,000 Hours, July 12.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2022) Bryan Caplan on why lazy parenting is actually OK, 80,000 Hours, April 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) David Chalmers on the nature and ethics of consciousness, 80,000 Hours, December 16.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Should we leave a helpful message for future civilizations, just in case humanity dies out?, 80,000 Hours, August 5.

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    Koehler, Arden, Robert Wiblin & Keiran Harris (2020) Hilary Greaves on Pascal’s mugging, strong longtermism, and whether existing can be good for us, 80,000 Hours, October 21.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Why we have to lie to ourselves about why we do what we do, according to Prof Robin Hanson, 80,000 Hours, March 28.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on the most important century, 80,000 Hours, August 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on building aptitudes and kicking ass, 80,000 Hours, August 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Our descendants will probably see us as moral monsters. what should we do about that?, 80,000 Hours, January 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Prof Yew-Kwang Ng on ethics and how to create a much happier world, 80,000 Hours, July 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2020) Toby Ord on the precipice and humanity’s potential futures, 80,000 Hours, March 7.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Can journalists still write about important things?, 80,000 Hours, February 27.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2020) The flaws that make today’s AI architecture unsafe and a new approach that could fix it, 80,000 Hours, June 22.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Carl Shulman on the common-sense case for existential risk work and its practical implications, 80,000 Hours, October 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) Peter Singer on being provocative, EA, how his moral views have changed, & rescuing children drowning in ponds, 80,000 Hours, December 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Alexander Berger on improving global health and wellbeing in clear and direct ways, 80,000 Hours, July 12.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2022) Bryan Caplan on why lazy parenting is actually OK, 80,000 Hours, April 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) David Chalmers on the nature and ethics of consciousness, 80,000 Hours, December 16.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Should we leave a helpful message for future civilizations, just in case humanity dies out?, 80,000 Hours, August 5.

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    Koehler, Arden, Robert Wiblin & Keiran Harris (2020) Hilary Greaves on Pascal’s mugging, strong longtermism, and whether existing can be good for us, 80,000 Hours, October 21.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Why we have to lie to ourselves about why we do what we do, according to Prof Robin Hanson, 80,000 Hours, March 28.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on the most important century, 80,000 Hours, August 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on building aptitudes and kicking ass, 80,000 Hours, August 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Our descendants will probably see us as moral monsters. what should we do about that?, 80,000 Hours, January 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Prof Yew-Kwang Ng on ethics and how to create a much happier world, 80,000 Hours, July 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2020) Toby Ord on the precipice and humanity’s potential futures, 80,000 Hours, March 7.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Can journalists still write about important things?, 80,000 Hours, February 27.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2020) The flaws that make today’s AI architecture unsafe and a new approach that could fix it, 80,000 Hours, June 22.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Carl Shulman on the common-sense case for existential risk work and its practical implications, 80,000 Hours, October 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) Peter Singer on being provocative, EA, how his moral views have changed, & rescuing children drowning in ponds, 80,000 Hours, December 5.

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Past guests of the show include Nick Beckstead,[1] Alexander Berger,[2] Bryan Caplan,[3][4] David Chalmers,[4]5] Paul Christiano,[5]6][6]7] Tyler Cowen,[7]8] Julia Galef,[8]9] Hilary Greaves,[9]10][10]11] Robin Hanson,[11]12] Holden Karnofsky,[12][13][14][15] William MacAskill,[15]16][16]17] Yew-Kwang Ng,[17]18] Toby Ord,[18]19][19]20] Kelsey Piper,[20]21] Stuart Russell,[21]22] Anders Sandberg,[22]23][23]24] Carl Shulman,[24]25] Peter Singer,[25]26] Philip Tetlock[26]27][27]28] and many other notable figures in the effective altruism community or adjacent to it.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Alexander Berger on improving global health and wellbeing in clear and direct ways, 80,000 Hours, July 12.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2022) Bryan Caplan on why lazy parenting is actually OK, 80,000 Hours, April 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) David Chalmers on the nature and ethics of consciousness, 80,000 Hours, December 16.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Should we leave a helpful message for future civilizations, just in case humanity dies out?, 80,000 Hours, August 5.

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    Koehler, Arden, Robert Wiblin & Keiran Harris (2020) Hilary Greaves on Pascal’s mugging, strong longtermism, and whether existing can be good for us, 80,000 Hours, October 21.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Why we have to lie to ourselves about why we do what we do, according to Prof Robin Hanson, 80,000 Hours, March 28.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on the most important century, 80,000 Hours, August 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on building aptitudes and kicking ass, 80,000 Hours, August 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Our descendants will probably see us as moral monsters. what should we do about that?, 80,000 Hours, January 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Prof Yew-Kwang Ng on ethics and how to create a much happier world, 80,000 Hours, July 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2020) Toby Ord on the precipice and humanity’s potential futures, 80,000 Hours, March 7.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Can journalists still write about important things?, 80,000 Hours, February 27.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2020) The flaws that make today’s AI architecture unsafe and a new approach that could fix it, 80,000 Hours, June 22.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Carl Shulman on the common-sense case for existential risk work and its practical implications, 80,000 Hours, October 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) Peter Singer on being provocative, EA, how his moral views have changed, & rescuing children drowning in ponds, 80,000 Hours, December 5.

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Past guests of the show include Nick Beckstead,[1] Alexander Berger,[2] Bryan Caplan,[2]3] David Chalmers,[3]4] Paul Christiano,[4]5][5]6] Tyler Cowen,[6]7] Julia Galef,[7]8] Hilary Greaves,[8]9][9]10] Robin Hanson,[10]11] Holden Karnofsky,[11][12][13][14] William MacAskill,[14]15][15]16] Yew-Kwang Ng,[16]17] Toby Ord,[17]18][18]19] Kelsey Piper,[19]20] Stuart Russell,[21] Anders Sandberg,[20]22][21]23] Carl Shulman,[24] Peter Singer,[22]25] Philip Tetlock[23]26][24]27] and many other notable figures in the effective altruism community or adjacent to it.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Alexander Berger on improving global health and wellbeing in clear and direct ways, 80,000 Hours, July 12.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) David Chalmers on the nature and ethics of consciousness, 80,000 Hours, December 16.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Should we leave a helpful message for future civilizations, just in case humanity dies out?, 80,000 Hours, August 5.

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    Koehler, Arden, Robert Wiblin & Keiran Harris (2020) Hilary Greaves on Pascal’s mugging, strong longtermism, and whether existing can be good for us, 80,000 Hours, October 21.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Why we have to lie to ourselves about why we do what we do, according to Prof Robin Hanson, 80,000 Hours, March 28.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on the most important century, 80,000 Hours, August 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on building aptitudes and kicking ass, 80,000 Hours, August 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Our descendants will probably see us as moral monsters. what should we do about that?, 80,000 Hours, January 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Prof Yew-Kwang Ng on ethics and how to create a much happier world, 80,000 Hours, July 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2020) Toby Ord on the precipice and humanity’s potential futures, 80,000 Hours, March 7.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Can journalists still write about important things?, 80,000 Hours, February 27.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2020) The flaws that make today’s AI architecture unsafe and a new approach that could fix it, 80,000 Hours, June 22.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Carl Shulman on the common-sense case for existential risk work and its practical implications, 80,000 Hours, October 5.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) Peter Singer on being provocative, EA, how his moral views have changed, & rescuing children drowning in ponds, 80,000 Hours, December 5.

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Past guests of the show include Nick Beckstead,[1] Bryan Caplan,[2] David Chalmers,[3] Paul Christiano,[4][5] Tyler Cowen,[6] Julia Galef,[7] Hilary Greaves,[8][9] Robin Hanson,[10] Holden Karnofsky,[11][12][13] William MacAskill,[14][15] Yew-Kwang Ng,[16] Toby Ord,[17][18] Kelsey Piper,[19] Anders Sandberg,[20][21] Peter Singer,[22] Philip Tetlock[23][24] and many other notable figures in the effective altruism community or adjacent to it.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) David Chalmers on the nature and ethics of consciousness, 80,000 Hours, December 16.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Should we leave a helpful message for future civilizations, just in case humanity dies out?, 80,000 Hours, August 5.

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    Koehler, Arden, Robert Wiblin & Keiran Harris (2020) Hilary Greaves on Pascal’s mugging, strong longtermism, and whether existing can be good for us, 80,000 Hours, October 21.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Why we have to lie to ourselves about why we do what we do, according to Prof Robin Hanson, 80,000 Hours, March 28.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on the most important century, 80,000 Hours, August 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2021) Holden Karnofsky on building aptitudes and kicking ass, 80,000 Hours, August 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Our descendants will probably see us as moral monsters. what should we do about that?, 80,000 Hours, January 19.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2018) Prof Yew-Kwang Ng on ethics and how to create a much happier world, 80,000 Hours, July 26.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2020) Toby Ord on the precipice and humanity’s potential futures, 80,000 Hours, March 7.

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    Wiblin, Robert & Keiran Harris (2019) Can journalists still write about important things?, 80,000 Hours, February 27.

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    Wiblin, Robert, Arden Koehler & Keiran Harris (2019) Peter Singer on being provocative, EA, how his moral views have changed, & rescuing children drowning in ponds, 80,000 Hours, December 5.

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