Investigating Burnout – Getting Burned Out?

“...in trying to keep his ideal world as upright as possible, it is terminated... inevitably leading to a collapse, Ben is diagnosed with burnout... Now the battle begins, against depression, self-doubt and prejudice. But also, the path to independent life begins...” [1]   These words are from the play, “Das Burnout”, which premiered last year … Continue reading Investigating Burnout – Getting Burned Out?

Will Neurocriminology make Minority Report real?

  Since the ISIS attacks in Paris on November 13th 2015, successive terrorist attacks have occurred throughout Europe and other parts of the world. People across the world are horrified by terrorists represented by ISIS and demand solutions to prevent future terrorist attacks by any means. It seems that counter-terrorism is now an immediate problem … Continue reading Will Neurocriminology make Minority Report real?

When smartphones are smarter than us: deep learning and neuroscience

Will you let a computer drive your car? Are self-driving cars, or autonomous cars safe enough to be on the road? Set aside the question of whether cars can deal with ethical problems, driving itself is a highly complex task that requires constant sampling and processing of information from the environment. To teach machines to … Continue reading When smartphones are smarter than us: deep learning and neuroscience