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Jim Rutt
Jim Rutt
Game B Thought Leader | SFI Research Fellow studying consciousness and evolutionary artificial intelligence | Host of the Jim Rutt Show Podcast
Game B Thought Leader | SFI Research Fellow studying consciousness and evolutionary artificial intelligence | Host of the Jim Rutt Show Podcast
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Jim has held many senior roles in tech organization, including CEO of Network Solutions, which operated the .com, .net, and .org domain namespaces on the Internet until its acquisition by Verisign in 2000, and was the first CTO of Thomson-Reuters. He was also a past Chairman of the Santa Fe Institute.

He was instrumental in formulating the original ideas behind Game B. He hosts the Jim Rutt Show Podcast.

A fuller bio is available on the Santa Fe site.

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GameB Collection
GameB Collection
A collection of sites related to GameB


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Description:

This isn’t a formal organization, as such, but a ‘brand’ created by Jim Rutt to provide some uniformity across a collection of discussion and collaboration entities. The name “GameB Collection” is a convenient term created by TLLP.

In particular, there is a large number of Facebook Groups. To see the most up-to-date list of these groups, visit the Facebook Page (see under Web Properties below).

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Listings for Game~B Family of Facebook Groups

Commentary by TLLP


Rally Point Alpha Facebook Group

This is a venue for those people who are clear on the strategic situation and are trying to locate the rest of the team. We are all trying to figure out what to do. Job one – find each other and get organized.

 

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Recent Content

Last 50 posts on own channels (YouTube, Podcast, Medium or Website/Blog):

Currents 075: Michael Nielsen on Metascience
Published on: 5 Dec 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 170 John Vervaeke and Jordan Hall on The Religion That Is Not a Religion
Published on: 1 Dec 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 074: Serge Faguet on Building Metacommunity
Published on: 28 Nov 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 073: Owen Cox and Daniel Fraga on Game C
Published on: 25 Nov 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 169 Roar Bjonnes on Growing a New Economy
Published on: 14 Nov 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 168 Nate Hagens on Collective Futures
Published on: 31 Oct 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by Jim talks with Nate Hagens about his and DJ White's book Reality Blind: Integrating the Systems Science Underpinning Our Collective Futures.

Currents 072: Ben Goertzel on Viable Paths to True AGI
Published on: 18 Oct 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 167 Bruce Damer on the Origins of Life
Published on: 13 Oct 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 071: Liam Madden on Rebirthing Democracy
Published on: 10 Oct 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 070: Brian Chau on Propaganda & Populism
Published on: 6 Oct 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 069: Bonnitta Roy and Euvie Ivanova on Collective Intimacy
Published on: 3 Oct 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 166 Lene Rachel Andersen Part 2: Libertism
Published on: 30 Sep 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 165 Lene Rachel Andersen Part 1: Libertism
Published on: 22 Sep 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 068: Jonathan Rowson on the Chess Drama
Published on: 22 Sep 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 164 John Markoff on the Many Lives of Stewart Brand
Published on: 19 Sep 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 163 Benedict Beckeld on Western Self-Contempt
Published on: 25 Aug 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 162 Max Borders on Decentralism
Published on: 15 Aug 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 067: Zak Stein on Ending Nihilistic Design
Published on: 25 Jul 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 066: Matthew Pirkowski on Emergence in Possibility Space
Published on: 22 Jul 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 161 Greg Thomas on Untangling the Gordian Knot of Race
Published on: 18 Jul 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 160 Curtis Yarvin on Monarchy in the U.S.A.
Published on: 7 Jul 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 159 Bobby Azarian on the Romance of Reality
Published on: 6 Jul 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 065: Alexander Bard on Protopian Narratology
Published on: 30 Jun 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Who Are You EP 01: Seth Jordan on Social Threefolding
Published on: 16 Jun 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 064: Michael Garfield and J.F. Martel on Art x AI
Published on: 13 Jun 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 158 Remzi Bajrami on Flow Currency
Published on: 9 Jun 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 063: Jessica Flack on nth-Order Effects of the Russia-Ukraine War
Published on: 6 Jun 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 157 Terrence Deacon on Mind’s Emergence From Matter
Published on: 16 May 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 156 James Poulos on Remaining Human
Published on: 5 May 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 062: Stephanie Lepp Interviews Jim Rutt on Musk and Moderation
Published on: 2 May 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 155 Iain McGilchrist Part 2: The Matter With Things
Published on: 18 Apr 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 061: Nora Bateson on a Return to Earnestness
Published on: 11 Apr 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 154 Iain McGilchrist on The Matter With Things
Published on: 4 Apr 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 060: Panos Siozos on Online Education
Published on: 28 Mar 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by Jim talks with Panos Siozos, CEO and co-founder of LearnWorlds, about alternative routes in education delivery.

Currents 059: Samo Burja on RU->UKR 23-MAR-2022
Published on: 24 Mar 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 153 Forrest Landry on Small Group Method
Published on: 22 Mar 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 058: John Robb on Russia-Ukraine Outcomes
Published on: 21 Mar 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 057: Timothy Clancy on Russia’s Mid-Game
Published on: 16 Mar 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 056: Julyan Davey on Weaving a Non-Dual Civilization
Published on: 9 Mar 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 055: Paul Goble on Putin’s Strategic Mistakes
Published on: 4 Mar 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 054: Samo Burja on the Russia-Ukraine War
Published on: 1 Mar 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 053: Matthew Pirkowski on Grammars of Emergence
Published on: 28 Feb 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 052: John Robb on War in Ukraine
Published on: 25 Feb 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 051: Douglas Rushkoff on the Once and Future Internet
Published on: 24 Feb 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 050: Greg Lukianoff on Free Speech
Published on: 21 Feb 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 152 Gary Bengier on Hard-Science Futures
Published on: 7 Feb 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 049: Ashley Colby & Jason Snyder on Doomer Optimism
Published on: 3 Feb 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 151 Daniel Mezick on Ritual and Hierarchy
Published on: 31 Jan 22 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Currents 048: Welf von Hören on Potential
Published on: 27 Dec 21 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

EP 150 Jeremy Lent on the Web of Meaning
Published on: 20 Dec 21 in Jim Rutt – Podcast by .

Recent Videos and Podcasts where Jim Rutt has been interviewed

In one of the most important developments in the dynamic between big tech, free speech and media in many years, Elon Musk is buying Twitter for $44bn. Much of the …Read more
***PATREON EXCLUSIVE*** #1 Brent Cooper takes Michael Garfield "to task" in this video critique solicited by him in good faith and on friendly terms. It specifically reviews the Future Fossils …Read more
March 8th, 2022 Thesis: https://youtu.be/E_cyCuCKQhs + https://youtu.be/PKz9TAsqsRo Antithesis: https://youtu.be/xHOQD_rArLM Synthesis? thestoa.ca patreon.com/the_stoa thestoa.substack.com …Read more
January 17th, 2021 This will be a dialogos followed the premiere of the short film called An Initiation to Game B: https://youtu.be/E_cyCuCKQhs Jim Rutt, Jordan Hall, Tyson Yunkaporta, and Daniel …Read more
Systems thinker Jim Rutt on how GameB concepts are being applied in practice. Complete show notes: http://www.futurethinkers.org/133 To access to the full interview with Jim Rutt, become a Future Thinkers …Read more
Jim is back for the 3rd time. He’s the host of The Jim Rutt Show, an amazing podcast, and the former chairman of the Santa Fe Institute, a complexity research …Read more
Playing for Team Human, complexity theorist, host of the Jim Rutt Podcast series, and founder of the Santa Fe Institute, Jim Rutt.Rutt shares his idea for a new civilization-era operating …Read more
Jim is the Chairman of the Santa Fe Institute, a radiacally trans-disciplinary complexity research institute in New Mexico. So, asking him about complexity is quite fitting. He’s been dealing with …Read more
Jim Rutt is an influential thinker, writer and podcaster. He’s an American businessman and entrepreneur, the former CEO of Network Solutions, and the former chairman of the Santa Fe Institute. …Read more
I used to live 2 miles from Lincoln VA and knew the Janneys who are descendants of the folks in the image. Lincoln has a very active Quaker Congregation to …Read more
January 13, 2020 Twitter: @jim_rutt Mini-bioGameB Facebook GroupIn this essay, I’m going to lay out a set of ideas about a long term path for GameB to become a civilization level …Read more
Redesigning governance for our connected futureBy Jim RuttMini-bioAmerica’s democratic institutions are unable to meet today’s major challenges. We are divided into confused and incoherent Red (Republican) and Blue (Democratic) teams …Read more
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By Jim RuttMini-BioThe politics of Team Red (Republicans) versus Team Blue (Democrats) have failed the American people. It is now time for an alternative.A few weeks ago, I published “An Introduction …Read more
Why I Went Back to a Flip Phone, and How You Can TooBy Jim RuttMini BioRecently, after more than 10 years as a smartphone user, I ditched my fancy iPhone X for …Read more
Here’s a talk I gave on replacing Central Banker Managed Fractional Reserve Banking with “Dividend Money” where all new money gets credited to the citizenry, per capita.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qyy3glEu8X0&list=PLfPZg4k0A6LlZMZo-xvpa60zMHbMsrJ3R&index=4&t=0s …Read more
Some of the commenters seem to think that Q is a bad case to study because it is aberrant in some external, objective sense. I’d suggest its peculiarity may actually …Read more
Sigh … while as you know I mostly agree with your formulation, I must take great exception to your terminology.Why would one want to name as “Religion”: “the domain of how …Read more
You are correct that the Status Quo is wobbling badly and that barring radical reform will soon collapse and then transition to something else. The range of “what comes next”, …Read more
[read first if you haven’t: Blood in the Streets Part 1]Recap: On July 28, 2017 in Pottstown Pennsylvania, Antifas attacked a Trump supporters’ “Freedom of Speech” rally . The Militia of America …Read more
This is the first in a series of articles examining events that may occur in the near future. Events that would define the futures that come after them. I call …Read more
Complexity science thinking about real change for the better[This essay was transcribed from a talk I gave at The Feast in October 2014. Video of talk]For those who are interested in discussion, …Read more
Jim talks with Michael Nielsen about the ideas in his and Kanjun Qiu’s recent essay, “A Vision of Metascience: An Engine of Improvement for the Social Processes of Science.” They discuss …Read more
Jim talks with John Vervaeke and Jordan Hall about Vervaeke’s concept of “the religion that is not a religion.” They discuss the need to create a home for ecologies of …Read more
Jim talks with Serge Faguet about emerging transnational networks of cooperation. They discuss the mismatch between rates of technological development & cooperation abilities, building a good Singularity, uniting an already-existing …Read more
Jim talks with Owen Cox and Daniel Fraga of the Technosocial podcast about their critique that the GameB movement has underestimated the importance of sex and violence. They discuss the …Read more
Jim talks with Roar Bjonnes about the ideas in his new book co-authored with Caroline Hargreaves, Growing a New Economy: Beyond Crisis Capitalism and Environmental Destruction. They talk about a quote …Read more
Jim talks with Nate Hagens about his new book co-authored with DJ White, Reality Blind: Integrating the Systems Science Underpinning Our Collective Futures, volume 1. They discuss Nate’s Reality 101 course, the core fundamental …Read more
Jim talks with Ben Goertzel about the ideas in his recent essay “Three Viable Paths to True AGI.” They discuss the meaning of artificial general intelligence, Steve Wozniak’s basic AGI test, whether …Read more
Jim talks with Bruce Damer about the origins of life. They discuss what Earth was like 4 billion years ago, how the oceans formed, the new concept of urability, the …Read more
Jim talks with Liam Madden, a congressional candidate in Vermont who strongly resonates with the GameB ethos. They discuss Liam’s decision to run as a Republican, Vermont’s primary laws, personal …Read more
Jim talks with Brian Chau about seeing the world as it is, not as we wish it to be. They discuss the firehose of bullshit, how modern-day propaganda works, QAnon …Read more
Jim talks with Euvie Ivanova and Bonnitta Roy about a recent Twitter exchange exploring intimacy as “both the problem and the solution.” They discuss the context of the exchange, today’s shallowness …Read more
Jim talks with Lene Rachel Andersen in the second of a two-part series about her new book Libertism: Grasping the 21st Century, picking up where they left off in the book’s …Read more
Jim talks with Lene Rachel Andersen in the first of a two-part series about her new book Libertism: Grasping the 21st Century. They discuss rediscovering the word libertism, hypermodernity vs. …Read more
Jim talks with Grandmaster chess player and philosopher Jonathan Rowson about the recent drama between Magnus Carlsen and Hans Niemann in the Champions Chess Tour. They discuss Rowson’s chess background, …Read more
  Jim talks with John Markoff about his new biography, Whole Earth: The Many Lives of Stewart Brand. They discuss the meme of Brand as a Zelig, his role as a …Read more
Jim talks with Benedict Beckeld about his new book Western Self-Contempt: Oikophobia in the Decline of Civilizations. They discuss the meaning of oikophobia—hatred of one’s homeland—its recurrence throughout history, the …Read more
Jim talks with recurring guest Max Borders about the ideas in his new book The Decentralist: Mission, Morality, and Meaning in the Age of Crypto. They discuss happiness as a common …Read more
Jim talks with recurring guest Zak Stein about the Consilience Project’s article “Technology is Not Values Neutral: Ending the Reign of Nihilistic Design.” They discuss how technologies actualize & encode …Read more
Jim continues his discussion with Matthew Pirkowski on ideas of emergence and how they can be applied to today’s meta-crisis. They discuss the meaning of emergence, treating potential as ontologically …Read more
Jim talks with Greg Thomas about American democracy & the problems created by racial essentialism & racialization. They discuss the Jazz Leadership Project, jazz as metaphor, the connection between racism …Read more
Jim talks with Curtis Yarvin about his proposal to replace our current government with a monarchy, part of an ongoing exploration of problems with and alternatives to democracy. They discuss …Read more
Jim talks with Bobby Azarian about the ideas in his new book The Romance of Reality: How the Universe Organizes Itself to Create Life, Consciousness, and Cosmic Complexity, which Jim calls …Read more
Jim talks with Alexander Bard, continuing a series of encounters between GameB and the Dark Renaissance movement. They discuss the Grand Narrative Trilogy Bard has been writing with Jan Söderqvist, …Read more
This is the first, experimental episode of Who Are You, a subseries of the Jim Rutt Show in which Jim has an unplanned conversation with a mystery guest nominated and …Read more
@paulg @ColinTheMathmo Profit hack able to a degree. Not hackable: cash flow. …Read more
Pretty good. 354 words. Hack writers would seem to be obsoleted. how long until they come for good writers? Prompt engineering: job of the future …Read more
@omniharmonic try ChatGPT3 they’ll be even more indistinguishable …Read more
Jim Rutt retweeted: Recommended. 2 keen thinkers, 1 fascinating topic Plus @JimRutt: twitter.com/jim_rutt/statu… …Read more
Not quite right. …Read more
Another interview question, this time for engineers. Any engineer who has insufficient curiosity to have never taken a good look into a toilet tank is not somebody I want to hire! ChatGPT’s answer is substandard. Neglects the most interesting aspect: the float valve. …Read more
“problematic” speech or content? ultra creepy terminology. Anyone that uses that terminology in that way would seem to be identifying themselves as an enemy of freedom. nytimes.com/2022/12/02/tec… …Read more
@robinhanson “Problematic” eeeeewwww! …Read more
Here is one of my trick interviewing questions when talking to finance job seekers. ChatCPT would have flunked. The correct answer is: it depends. …Read more
@MashTunTimmy It’s well formed answers. Not so much the payload as the way the answers are structured as formal answers. Even for subtle or complex concpets. …Read more
@Chaucer2616 a day without Tannerite is like a day without sunshine. …Read more
of course the correct answer is U2, but OpenGPT’s is prudent and well said: …Read more
Pretty damn good: …Read more
Pretty good: …Read more
It is named after the physicist Enrico Fermi, who is said to have raised the question during a conversation with his colleagues. The paradox is based on the following reasoning: The universe is extremely large and old, and it contains many stars that are similar to our sun. -> …Read more
breaking my Twitter sabbatical again (damn!): Why? openai’s chatgpt is pretty farkin’ amazing. Posting some samples below: As of few minutes ago signups were available (not so yesterday morning). openai.com/blog/chatgpt/ …Read more
this one smells canned, if not very impressive: …Read more
🎙️ w/ @vervaeke_john & @jgreenhall on “the religion that is not a religion.” Creating a home for ecologies of practices, challenging the identity of sacred & supernatural, birth & death rituals, the scaling question, self-propagating practices, & more. jimruttshow.com/john-vervaeke-… …Read more
@MattPirkowski Yes, tis true I have a bad view of religion. I’d be tempted to classify it with the various classes of frauds and scams. Like the Ponzi Scheme or the Badger Game. …Read more
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