Jan 11 • 1HR 5M

#14 Tomiwa Ademidun|Unlocking Education's full potential: A deep dive into the impact of Atila, ChatGPT, and Web3

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On January 29th, 2020, as Tomiwa prepared to graduate, he began to plan his budget for post-grad life. To his surprise, he discovered that he had accumulated $64,000 in debt. This realization made him question how we, as a society, have allowed the average student to begin their career 28k behind the starting line. Determined to address this issue, Tomiwa decided to take on the challenge himself and founded Atila, a platform designed to help students secure scholarships and mentorship opportunities.

Tomiwa is not only a software engineer, but also a blogger, writer, and avid reader. His diverse interests and skills make him a true polymath. He is particularly passionate about education and the future of AI, as well as the potential of blockchain technology. In this podcast, we'll explore a wide range of topics, including how Tomiwa used ChatGPT to create a crypto wallet and the recent controversies surrounding twitter's banning policies.

Here are the topics that we've covered: 

  • Writing a Crypto Wallet using ChatGPT

  • Is ChatGPT good?

  • Shadow Banning & Heaven Banning

  • Why Bots are actually Better than Human

  • The real reason that Stack Overflow Banned ChatGPT

  • The proper way to use ChatGPT to LEARN

  • School is Killing people's curiosity

  • School is a monopoly, let the market decide the Tuition

  • Writing is Thinking

  • Starting of Atila

  • Education should be affordable for everyone

  • Everyone can benefit from a 1-hour conversation with someone else

  • How is Crypto helping Ed-Tech Start-up

  • The bottleneck of Crypto mass adoption

  • Book Recommendations

  • Advice for Young Founders

Here's the link that was mentioned in our conversation: 

Book Recommendations by Tomiwa: 

  • The Black Swan by Nassim Taleb

  • Benjamin Franklin by Walter Isaacson

  • Hackers and Painters by Paul Graham

  • The Elephant in the Brain by Robin Hanson

  • Poor Charlie's Almanack by Charlie Munger

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