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Jim Davies, of Carleton University’s Institute of Cognitive Science and School of Computer Science, has an article on the blog for Nautilus magazine about the emotional power that video games have that other art forms don’t.
http://nautil.us/blog/video-games-do-guilt-better-than-any-other-art


Jim Davies, of Carleton University’s Institute of Cognitive Science, has an article on the blog for Nautilus magazine about why we blame people when something bad happens.
http://nautil.us/blog/how-considering-false-histories-changes-our-moral-judgments


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I published a blog post for Nautilus Magazine about how testosterone can make men more generous. #psychology

http://nautil.us/blog/testosterone-can-make-men-feel-generous

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Jim Davies, of Carleton University's Institute of Cognitive Science and School of Computer Science, appears on the Radio Canada International, talking about consciousness and AI.
http://www.rcinet.ca/en/2016/12/06/developing-artificial-intelligence-boon-or-bane/


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Jim Davies, of Carleton University’s Institute of Cognitive Science and School of Computer Science, appeared on the radio program “Ottawa Morning” about artificial intelligence and consciousness (8 minutes). Interview by Robyn Bresnahan.


https://soundcloud.com/scjimmyd/2016-jim-davies-ai-and-consciousness-ottawa-morning-with-robyn-bresnahan


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Interview about consciousness and artificial intelligence

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My Nautilus blog entry about how we can sometimes have emotions we can’t feel. Nautilus Magazine

http://nautil.us/blog/you-can-have-emotions-you-dont-feel

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