- If You’re Not Paranoid, You’re Crazy: As government agencies and tech companies develop more and more intrusive means of watching and influencing people, how can we live free lives?
- Mind the Gap: Neuroscience, Transhumanism, and Human Nature: Contemporary developments in neuroscience and other natural and cognitive sciences can illuminate our understanding of the brain and its operations. They can also inform wide-ranging speculations about human nature. (Public Discourse)
- Educating to Innovate: Broadly speaking, our research reaffirmed my intuition: innovation cannot be taught like math or writing….But it can be inculcated by focusing on the interplay of the skills, experiences and environments of successful innovators. (Inside Higher Ed)
- The Strangers in Your Brain: If it is our similarities that allow us to communicate well, it is our mosaic brains that may deepen our capacity for individual invention and imagination. The strange genetic entities hitchhiking on our DNA have helped us become who we are. (The New Yorker)