Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
It is Time to Temper Our Artificial Intelligence Hysteria says PSFK
Oxford academic warns humanity runs the risk of creating super intelligent computers that eventually destroy us all in The Telegraph.
Fusion reports on how artificial intelligence is evolving to recognise porn.
BBC Radio 4’s The Life Scientific featured neurosurgeon Henry Marsh.
Counterpunch has an extended, detailed piece on ‘The Rise and Fall of the Human Terrain System’ – the US Army’s group of ‘war on terror’ weaponised anthropologists.
What kind of a person volunteers for a free brain scan? asks BPS Research Digest.
Neurocritic has an interesting ethical angle on the BRAIN Initiative’s aim to develop brain implants. Do we have the funding or expertise to actually use the medical technology if it is developed?
BBC Radio 4’s The Report has a documentary on chemsex (extended shagging while high) in London’s gay scene.
Mosaic has an interesting piece on being homesick in the modern world.
Wrinkled brain mimics crumpled paper. I know the feeling. Science News with the story.