Perhaps sooner than we think, we'll need to examine the moral standing of intelligent machines.
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Can all three co-exist?
A newly discovered phenomenon shows that humans communicate outside of mere auditory and visual modes.
Have you ever wondered why modern-day mammals have adaptations for nighttime activity? A new study suggests dinosaurs might be the reason.
Kids say the darndest things. They're also far more adept at workflow management than adults are. What can we learn from them?
New studies shed light on how Neanderthal DNA is affecting the appearance and behavior of modern humans.
Is race a trivial quality of humans, or of deep social importance? Who gets to decide whether race exists or not?
Descartes’ solitary, inward-facing mindset misconstrues the social nature of our thinking. Social Cartesianism better captures the soul of what matters in distinguishing humans from animals or machines.
Physicists discover strikingly similar structures in human cells and neutron stars.
Humans are not the most murderous creature on this planet. A recent study has laid out the rates of death and found meerkats to be the most lethal.