A Cloudy Future: Why We Don’t Trust Algorithms When They’re Almost Always Right
What explains our preference for human skill and instinct over technologies that have proven themselves better than us at driving, performing surgery, and making hiring decisions?
Beyond Diversity Training: To Change Minds, Change the Environment
Research suggests that taking steps to create more equal social environments may be more effective at reducing prejudice than targeting implicit bias directly.
Online Research: From Funding to Data Collection
Three experts share their experiences and knowledge about conducting online research: from applying for funding to creating experiments and collecting data.
Automation Fuels Anti-Immigration Fears. Time to Rethink How We Talk About It?
Automation may be associated with anti-immigrant sentiment by increasing perceptions of both realistic threat arising from competition for economic resources and symbolic threat “arising from changes to group values, identity, and status.”
Peer Review: A Practice that Sustains Science
Experts in the peer review process and journal editors share their knowledge about the process and advice about how to create meaningful reviews.
Adding Value and Solving Problems: Virtual Networking for Scientists
Techniques and strategies for making connections remotely, identifying pain points, and building collaborations with your future colleagues.