Susan Blackmore talks to a student group at
CogNovo's summer school "ColLaboratoire" (University of Plymouth), on
Consciousness in treme machines. Inspired by the students'
question 'Could the Internet be conscious?' 19.08.2016 watchon Vimeo
AI is already evolving beyond our control - the implications of
a third replicator in
CommentisFree September 2015
Twitterbrain - how analyses of viral memes is helping track
information spreading in the brain.
and a must-watch video 'This
video will make you angry' is a brilliant rant about
'thought germs'. What a shame it mentions the word 'meme' only once.
The Eye of the Tremes
Watch our New
Video. This is based on the idea that the phones, computers and
servers we are building are becoming interconnected like neurons in a
brain. But this treme machine has no eyes. Or does it? With the advent
of drones we may have found the eye of the tremes.
Tremes v temes
I have had such trouble with the term 'temes' that I am trying 'tremes' instead. I am sorry if
this is confusing but I hope it might help.
100 walked out of my lecture on memes. On the RDF website with
hundreds of comments. Aug 2014
Practical Memetics: A
huge new website by Martin Farncombe devoted to understanding memes in
business and organisations, includes
extracts from my work.
Paper on memes in
science Kuhn et al 2014 Inheritance patterns in citation
networks reveal scientific memes
A fun article on Internet memes in the Virgin
Australia Inflight Mag -refers to 'the burgeoning field of memetics'!