by Tom Bilyeu
November 13, 2018
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Yuval Noah Harari is a New York Times bestselling author whose books have sold over 12 million copies and translated into more than 45 languages.


He's often referred to as one of the most profound thinkers of our time.


And in this episode you will see why…



How we can hack humans and manipulate their desires [3:26]

How algorithms will learn to understand you better than you understand yourself (and why you could be replaced by one) [5:03]

Why corporations will even be able to predict your sexual orientation… [8:50]

The reality of outsourcing the self-discovery process… [12:27]

How algorithms will change the way we make art… [15:49]

Can AI save us from cancer? (See how it's possible, but decide for yourself if it's dangerous)... [18:10]

The battle between privacy and health... [19:29]

How to take control of the story you tell yourself and why you need to stop thinking of your life as a movie… [21:09]

Why we're heading into the direction of immortality and the future is just a series of massive disruptions [28:44]

Why you need to continuously reinvent yourself if you want to survive to 2035. [30:01]

The two most important tools you will need to succeed in the world of AI (and they're not what you think). [32:05]

Why Yuval believes that science fiction is the most important artistic genre… [34:25]

See what Yuval has to say about the world's 3 biggest challenges… [37:29]


"We Are Now Hackable Animals"

"When infotech merges with biotech what you get is the ability to create algorithms that understand me better than I understand myself." [5:20]

"Maybe the most important thing in life is to get to know yourself better.


But for all of history this was a process of self-exploration which you did from things like meditation, sports, or art, and complementation.


But what does it mean when the process of self-exploration is being outsourced to a big data algorithm? The philosophical implications are mind-boggling." [12:34]

"The story of your life is made of bits and pieces and it only makes sense" [23:50]