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Can Language Be Abstracted? Shikang Ni reveals the rules of communication and asks whether they can be captured by a computer.
Chipping In: Are the Benefits of Neurolink All Inside Our Head? Maciej Gabrysiak explores the current state of neural implant technology and examines the claims of its leading proponents
The Magic in Mushrooms: A Quick Dose of The History of Psychedelics Isabella Bentham-Clark explores psychedelically altered states of perception and cognition.
The consequence of connection: how human travel impacts global disease. Alice Sparks discusses the impact of globalisation on the spread of diseases and how our increased connectivity impacts our response to pandemics.
An Interview with Jessie Hall: The Philosophy of Virtual Reality Pauline Kerekes speaks to scientist and philosopher Jessie Hall about materialism and consciousness, and which criteria can be proposed to...