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Israeli author, public intellectual, historian, and professor. Author of the popular science bestsellers Sapiens, Homo Deus, and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. His writings explore various topics including free will, consciousness, intelligence, happiness, and suffering.
Grew up as part of a Jewish family in Washington, D.C. Parents are novelist Tova Reich and Walter Reich, a professor at George Washington University. Holds a PhD in zoology and is known for genetic analysis of human evolutionary history.
Professor of human evolutionary biology at Harvard University. Former professor of psychology and economics at the University of British Columbia. Interested in the evolution of humans and the interplay between culture and genetic evolution.
Australian philosopher and founder of Giving What We Can. Key figure in the effective altruism movement. Senior research fellow at the University of Oxford's Future of Humanity Institute.
Ph.D. holder from Harvard University and B.A. holder from City College of New York. Studied cryptanalysis during World War II and worked on deciphering coded Japanese messages for the Signal Corps.