Using social media for good instead of evil…

If you’ve read my blogs, you’ll already be familiar with cognitive bias: the universal human tendency to make the same types of errors in our thinking in certain types of situations.┬áProbably resulting from limits in our cognitive architecture (i.e., the way our brain evolved to Read More …

How ‘feedback loops’ regulate human behaviour

This week, I’m typing in pain. A little mountain biking crash on the weekend has left me with some very bruised ribs. The last few days of responding to my pain has got me thinking about something that I’ve been thinking about for some time, Read More …

Bugger, my mind’s been hacked…

I’m going to take a pause between my articles on arrogance (here and here – part 3 coming next time) this week, because I had an experience last week that got me thinking and that I’d really like to share. So, if you know me Read More …