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Inside The Future Of Artificial Intelligence
As developers design machines that teach themselves, questions remain over humans’ ability to effectively interact with artificially intelligent computers.
The State of Things, WUNC
AI Can Be a Troublesome Teammate
AI is a focused intelligence, groomed for maximum perfection. That’s why, research shows, most people don’t trust it.
Harvard Business Review
Emotions Expressed by the Dying Are Unexpectedly Positive
“When we imagine our emotions as we approach death, we think mostly of sadness and terror,” says psychological scientist Kurt Gray of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. “But it turns out, dying is less sad and terrifying — and happier — than you think.”
Association for Psychological Science
How We See Refugees Could Be Changed by ‘Subtle Shifts’ in Language, Psychologists Find
Simply using phrases like 'refugees in a group' instead of 'a group of refugees' can have dramatic impact, study suggests.
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