David Albert is defending dynamical collapse formulations, Sheldon Goldstein stands up for hidden variables, I am promoting the many-worlds formulation, and Rüdiger Schack is in favor of QBism, a psi-epistemic approach. Brian Greene is the moderator, and has brought along some fancy animations. It’s an hour and a half of quantal goodness, so settle in for quite a ride.
Just as the panel was happening, my first official forays into quantum foundations were appearing on the arxiv: a paper with Charles Sebens on deriving the Born Rule in Everettian quantum mechanics, as well as a shorter conference proceeding.
- Self-Locating Uncertainty and the Origin of Probability in Everettian Quantum Mechanics
- Many Worlds, the Born Rule, and Self-Locating Uncertainty
No time to delve into the details here, but I promise to do so soon!