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Alex Fink | The Hidden Consequences of Misinformation: How It Shapes Our Reality

In this episode, Srini Rao interviews Alex Fink, the founder of OtherWeb, about the challenges of navigating the media landscape and the importance of consuming reliable information. Alex shares his personal experiences growing up in the Soviet Union and Israel, where access to accurate information was limited. He discusses the impact of censorship on collective reality and the social consequences of living in an environment of fear. The conversation also delves into the current state of the media industry, the role of technology in shaping information consumption, and the need for a new system to filter and reward high-quality content.

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