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Whether they are cavemen emerging from their lair or executives dangling from the corporate ladder, humans must process billions of pieces of incoming sensory data. As individuals and as a species, we survive not by picture perfect algorithms, but by "ecorithms," the "probably approximately correct" algorithms that are constantly sharpening to optimize performance. Turing Award-winning computer scientist Leslie Valiant introduces to a concept that helps explain how we have become the people we are.