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The New Technological Revolution

Automation, Education and Work, part 1 There is a proliferation of articles in the media about how the accelerating technology of artificial intelligence and robots will change the world of work radically in the next 30 years. “47% of current … Continue reading

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Fish, Chips and Ketchup

During his PhD years in Edinburgh, Geoffrey and his experimental psychology chums would often stop by the chippy after a night on the town. Geoffrey would queue up with his order of x1 pieces of fish, x2 lots of chips … Continue reading

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A Grey Anatomy: The Electrical Chemistry of Ion Channels

This is the second in a series of occasional postings digger deeper into the brain’s structure and functioning. Previously, there was a large scale view looking at the whole of the cortex. Here now is a view at an extremely … Continue reading

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