01:34 - Brian’s Superpower: Communicating and Listening
02:36 - The Role of Empathy in Teaching/Communicating
- Process Empathy
- Empathetic Report
04:11 - Learning and Teaching Functional Programming
- Lawful Composition
- Compositional Thinking
- Category Theory
16:02 - Problems That Can Be Solved by Learning Functional Programming
25:03 - Category Theory
- Reading Papers
- Finding Applications for Concepts
32:41 - Machine Learning and AI
- Generative AI
53:54 - Discrete Representations of Continuous Phenomena
56:17 - Making Teaching Fun, Engaging, and Interesting
- Learning as a Conversation
Brian: Looking into L-systems further and thinking in terms of ranges.
Rein: Dimensionality is imperative.
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