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- The microscopic quantum world of fermions and bosons is a far cry from the grand expansion of the universe, yet they are connected. CERN’s John Ellis offers an account of what physicists do and don’t know.
- Do we radically misclassify animals? University of Miami Professor of Philosophy Mark Rowlands challenges the boundaries between humankind and animals as minds and moral agents alike.
- We live in the moment. Or so it might seem. King’s College philosopher of physics Dr Eleanor Knox reveals how Einstein’s work has radical implications for past, present and future.
- Clinical Psychologist Richard Bentall challenges nine myths of schizophrenia accepted by mental health professionals and proposes a more humane, scientific approach to care.
- What’s left to discover at the deepest levels of reality? Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge David Tong gives his personal take on what we still don’t know.
- From Zeno to Gödel, philosophers and mathematicians have grappled with the infinite. Prize-winning mathematician Professor Peter Cameron proposes that infinity itself may be an illusion.
- Our Place in the UniverseDoes physics allow free will? Templeton Prize winning cosmologist George Ellis presents his account of what chance, necessity and purpose in the universe mean for agency.
- The Universe As We Find ItDidn’t science kill philosophy? By rethinking metaphysics, University of Washington Professor John Heil uncovers why the greatest problems in philosophy and science may have been an illusion.
Minds are not computers and computers are not minds.
We can use AI to suggest how the mind works.
Context matters and computers cannot handle that as humans can.
Can computers be conscious?
Can a machine think?
The rise of machines