This reminded me of our Singularity meeting. Talking about platforms like Facebook she wonders why they didn’t build social responsibility into it. This is partly because the techies don’t understand much outside of...
Speaking of metaphors, article by David Sloan Wilson. Some excerpts: “[Adam] Smith was critical of Mandeville and presented a more nuanced view of human nature in his Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759), but modern economic...Read More
From Gibbs’ Moral Development and Reality: “Haidt’s new synthesis leads to recognition of at least three serious limitations: descriptive inadequacy or negative skew; unwarranted exclusion or studied avoidance of...Read More
Excellent article by David Lane. Therein he goes into Edelman’s primary and higher-order consciousness. While acknowledging that natural selection has no purpose it is indeed ironic that we humans, with our self-aware...Read More
The blurb follows from this video and transcript: “The relationship between parents and children is the most important relationship. It gets more complicated in this case because, beyond the children being our natural...Read More
by Mark H | Sep 17, 2018 | artificial intelligence, arts, behavior, brain, brain functioning, brain functions, cognition, consciousness, creativity, learning, learning, neurodevelopment, neuroplasticity, psychology, scientific approach | 0 |
The NYU Center for Mind, Brain & Consciousness hosts presentations, including topical debates among leading neuroscience researchers. Many of the sessions are recorded for later viewing. The upcoming debate among Joseph...Read More