Lots of links, lately…
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- — Elinor Mason (Edinburgh) is interviewed as she prepares for her upcoming show at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe
- — action, intention, and responsibility (via Paul Bloom)
- — check out The SGIR Review
- — They even quote Thoreau in the sales blurb. Yours for just $3 million (via Carol Hay)
- — it had been removed in 2017 following controversy over its content
- — argues David Lay Williams (DePaul)
- — a balanced yet frightening look at a possible future with widespread facial recognition technology
- — Barry Smith (UCL) is known for his work on the senses
- — but that’s not a dismissal, as Martin Lenz (Groningen) explains
- — a lot of heavy metal, plus some… David Bowie?