Ethical Concerns related to Strong AI tools such as GPT-3
It is important to continue to engage in critical and informed discussions about the ethical implications of AI in order to ensure that its development and use is aligned with our shared values and goals as a society.
The Philosophy of Mental Health and Well-being
Mental health and well-being are an important concept in philosophy and have been approached by many different theorists. Utilitarians view mental health and well-being as an important part of achieving overall wellbeing for the greatest number of people. Stoics promote equanimity and peace of mind, while Aristotelians emphasize having balanced emotions. Existentialists argue for the importance of authenticity in mental health and well-being.
Can Emotional Indiscrimination hinder Effective Communication?– A First-Person Anecdote from Academia
We communicate through symbols which are generally commonly-agreed-upon abstract representations of real-world objects and phenomena. The correspondence is usually clear but there’s a significant degree of fuzziness involved owing to unavoidable subjectivity inherent in even the most standardised definitions as well as differential human perception and understanding of objects and phenomena. Language in its narrow sense is the most commonly used means of communication, and in its broadest sense is the very term used to refer to any and all means of communication. No word, phrase, or sentence is a perfect point – its meaning dissipates around it in a fuzzy cloud and the nuclei of these clouds are slightly or even considerably different for different individuals in different contexts of place and time.
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Why Science needs Philosophy? An argument for ‘Philosophy of Science’
nce and philosophy are often seen as being at odds with one another. Science is seen as being all about facts and figures, while philosophy is often seen as being about debates about concepts that can never be proven. This view of the two disciplines is inaccurate and does a disservice to both. In reality, science needs philosophy, and vice versa.