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People Like Us: How Our Brains View Others

People Like Us: How Our Brains View Others

At the most fundamental level of biology, we recognize the innate advantage of defining differences in species. But even within species, is there something in our neural circuits that leads us to find comfort in those like us and unease with those who may differ?

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An Integral Framework for Transhumanism

An Integral Framework for Transhumanism

At first examination Transhumanism is a complex and quickly evolving Promethean school of thought loosely woven together with a variety of conversations and points of view. It is kind of a crazy quilt of ideas and technologies in which it is difficult initially to discern much more than a common definition. It seems there are already a few manifestos still glowing from Hephaestus' forge. There is some uncertainty, at...

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Aaron Sloman on Psychology and Artificial Intelligence – Oxford Interview

Aaron Sloman on Psychology and Artificial Intelligence – Oxford Interview

Aaron Sloman – Artificial Intelligence – Psychology – Oxford Interview This a transcript of a video, of Aaron Sloman being interviewed by Adam Ford, at the Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) Winter Conference, St Anne’s College, Oxford University, December 2012. The interview was on 9th December 2012: Adam Ford posed a number of questions to direct the interview, as indicated by the main se...

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What Will Come After Language?

Language, and how it relates to mind and reality … and about what may come AFTER language as we know it, when mind and reality change dramatically due to radical technological advances.

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