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Julia Galef is a podcaster and journalist.
Julia hosts the official podcast of the NYC skeptics, the Rationally Speaking podcast (originally co-hosting with Massimo Pigliucci, who has since left). She also Blogs for the Rationally Speaking Blog, and is the President of LessWrong spinoff the Center for Applied Rationality (CFAR), which originally marketed itself as an exercise in applied skepticism, but recently pivoted to admit it was really all about AI Risk in the LessWrong sense.
- The Straw Vulcan, Skepticon 4, 2011.
- Why you think you're right — even if you're wrong (contrasting "soldier" and "scout" thinking), TEDxPSU Feb 2016.
- Rationally Speaking Collaborators, Rationally speaking blog. Retrieved 5-10-2012
- CFAR Collaborators, Center for Applied Rationality. Retrieved 10-5-2012