In her new book, robotics ethicist Kate Darling argues that we should look to our furry companions to understand the promises and pitfalls of our future with robots.
Behavioral scientists love to talk about habits—creating more of the good ones, overcoming the bad. But the context is usually self-improvement, not self-preservation. Here’s a different perspective on habits.
Cognitive labor is unevenly distributed between men and women in households. New research shows there’s nuance to this breakdown, with implications for how we address gender equality across society.