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The history of The Yuan's Delta Dialog podcast will guide its future path
By Emir Mustafa Isler  |  Jun 25, 2024
The history of The Yuan's Delta Dialog podcast will guide its future path
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In this special episode of the Delta Dialog, host Emir Mustafa discusses the origins, purpose, and format of the podcast. The episode does not feature guest speakers but provides an in-depth look at the Delta Dialog itself, the changes to the program format, and the vision for future episodes.

LONDON - The Delta Dialog was conceived as a platform to discuss open data, open medical data, and artificial intelligence (AI). At the time of the introduction of the Delta Dialog, The Yuan had grown significantly, amassing a community of over 200 contributors and nearly 500 published articles. Initially focusing on general AI technology, the platform had expanded to cover AI philosophy, ethics, aesthetics, governance, and politics.

Emir explains that the Delta Dialog format is designed to facilitate balanced and insightful discussions. The show typically features three roles - the host, a commentator, and a guest speaker, each contributing to the dialog from different angles. This triangular structure symbolizes the balanced and rational nature of the discussions, aiming to capture diverse and inspiring ideas that are often lost in written formats. The podcast emphasizes dialogue over written communication to better convey divergent thoughts and foster creati

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