Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
A new paper by AI experts explores the construction of dangerous artificial intelligence. TechRepublic covers the latest step in the inevitable march towards bunker humanity.
“Brain-dead patients have served as research subjects for decades”. Interesting piece in Discover Magazine.
Neuroskeptic has started to produce videos and this is excellent: The Myth of the Brain.
There’s a crowdfunding campaign to make episode 3 of a cyberpunk / sociology of neuroscience queer porn movie. Looping effect? No, I just lost my concentration for a second.
BBC Future has an excellent piece on the hearing voices movement approach to living with hallucinated voices.
There’s an insightful piece on the changing history of names and concepts of intellectual disability in The New York Times.
The Atlantic has a sensible take on the ‘genetics of staying in school’ study and what it does, and doesn’t tell us.
Somewhat awkward title but Science News has a piece on how Bayesian approaches to cognitive science are helping us understand psychopathology.