Monthly Archives: February 2015

Complexity is in the eye of the beholder: that’s why it matters

Complexity is all around us, right? Our electronic gadgets are complex, as well as cars, laws and social relations. The thing between your ears, the human brain, is  frequently described as ‘probably the most complex object on earth’, and there

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Posted in Neuroscience, Philosophy, Premises, Psychology, Science

Strong AI, utilitarianism and our limited minds

There is a fascinating discussion happening across a few of my favourite blogs, it is about the moral implications of the hypothetical emergence of strong artificial intelligence: should we grant rights to sentient machines? How will we ever be able

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Posted in Ethics, Evolution, Evolutionary Psychology, Psychology, Stupidity
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