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Propaganda, Advertising and fake news: should humanity be worried?

Interview with Hugo Mercier Hugo Mercier is a cognitive scientist at the Jean Nicod Institute in Paris and his research focuses on function and workings of reasoning . Hugo has recently published a new book called NOT BORN YESTERDAY. He recently presented his book at CVBE Lab Meeting at LMU and we did an interview […]

Book Review: “The origins of collective decision-making”

By Andy Blunden – Haymarket Books (2017) Ophelia Deroy Consider a typical board meeting: All senior executives speak in turn, explaining their own strategic insights, while the CEO scribbles on his tablet. After two hours, the CEO stops and concludes “OK, so this is what we are going to do”. Does his plan count as a […]