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Thank you to everyone who came to my talk! It was great to meet you all!
A big thanks also to our co-organizer The Park! Very professional to work with and fantastic facilities, as you can see in the picture.
Once the video from the lecture is uploaded, I will definitely share it.
I had a very pleasant chat with Victor Perton and Jeff Kerr-Bell at the Centre for Optimism in Australia.
My answer to the question about what makes me optimistic was:
"The core thing that makes me optimistic is humanity."
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