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SciFoo: A Conference Without an Agenda

Over the weekend, I was invited at SciFoo Camp, where Foo = Friend's of O'Reilly, organized by Google, Nature, and O'Reilly.

I had a chance to converse with Brian Arthur (PARC), Stewart Brand (Santa Fe), John Brockman (Edge), Phillip Campbell (Editor-in-chief, Nature), Walter Fontana (Harvard), Christof Koch (CalTech, Consciousness), Marvin Minsky (MIT, AI), Larry Page (Google), Ani Patel (Neurosciences Institute), George Smoot (Nobelist), Alfred Spector (Google, Director of Research), Dmitri Tymoczko (Priceton), Geoffrey West (President, Santa Fe), and Pete Worden (NASA).


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