/Tag:Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett
4 07, 2018

WestWorld and Consciousness

By | July 4th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Christianity, Conscioiusness, Dualism, Ethics, Evolved, Metaphysics, Neurology, Pleroma's Void, Psychology, Spiritual, Superconscious, Supraconscious|0 Comments

The interpretation of consciousness in WestWorld, like Evolved and my current project Pleroma's Void, asks deep questions about the nature of the mind. What is consciousness? Is it simply a result of all the physical stuff going on in our heads? Or, is there something else, non-physical? These questions drill down into questions like: What [...]

26 01, 2018

The Coming Emotional Superconscious

By | January 26th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Buddhism, Christianity, Conscioiusness, Metaphysics, Neurology, Psychology, Science, Self, Superconscious|0 Comments

How Emotions Are Made Is an emotional superconscious in our future? A networking of our brains through artificial intelligence? If so, what does it mean for our us, as individuals and as a society and culture? To help guide me on this quest, I read How Emotions Are Made by Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett, a University [...]

17 01, 2018

Creating Ethical AI

By | January 17th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, Neurology, Technology|0 Comments

Ethics in the Deep End Programmers should not determine AI ethics, much less the companies for which they work. A recent article posted on VentureBeat, Ethical AI happens before you write the first line of code, set off massive alarm bells in my mind. While the author's intentions seem altruistic, a frightening level of naiveté [...]

11 01, 2018

Emotional Responsibility and Justice

By | January 11th, 2018|Artificial Intelligence, Conscioiusness, Memory, Neurology, Self, Superconscious, Supraconscious|0 Comments

Neurology of Emotions What are emotions? As Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett describes them: guesses, created by billions of neurons. In the featured image of the mannequins, your brain may have had conflicting emotions about it. Happiness, community, laughter, excitement, attraction, weird and kooky may have all found an emotional outlet. Yet, a repulsion to the [...]