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Episode Info: Paul Golding is what I’d refer to as one of the smartest geeks in Silicon Valley. He holds 25 patents across a wide range of fields from cryptography to computational aesthetics, which I had to google and appears to be a subfield of artificial intelligence and its ability to express human creative expression in areas such as music, visual arts, poetry and more. He was also the Chief Scientist at where he helped to create a new form of art called the Klio, which in simple form was a TV that looked like an art piece which plays dynamic art that can evolve over time. Resources From The EpisodeLinks TelosFollow Paul on TwitterBooksThinking Fast and Slow by Daniel KahnemanOutliers by Malcolm GladwellPeopleTom PetersNicholas Nassim TalebNoam Chomsky‍Show Notes[01:34] What drives me to do what I do?[02:17] What made me want to become a chip designer?[01:34] What drives me to do what I do?[02:46] Why do I work as a freelancer?[03:26] How can I maximize my creativity?[21:47] Painting and Silicon Chips[25:27] What is the Bump-Into Effect?[01:34] What drives me to do what I do?Want more MindHacks? Go to for more amazing episodes. 
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