Are you lucky to get these kind of emails to apply for a research position you recently advertised? John Carmack on Twitter: People like the idea of hard and fast rules, but putting +/-infinity as a factor in a policy decision is almost never the best plan. Hiring is an obvious example, with "requirements" that … Continue reading On hiring
Social media for oncologists: Is it worth it?
I have been grappling with this idea repeatedly, and it isn't the last word on the subject. I might be revisiting it in the future. Twitter makes for some interesting conversations at times, but one must keep in mind that those are merely snapshots of thoughts. It can never replace the medium of a blog, … Continue reading Social media for oncologists: Is it worth it?
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Could a Neuroscientist Understand a Microprocessor?
Very interesting perspective. There is a popular belief in neuroscience that we are primarily data limited, and that producing large, multimodal, and complex datasets will, with the help of advanced data analysis algorithms, lead to fundamental insights into the way the brain processes information. These datasets do not yet exist, and if they did we … Continue reading Could a Neuroscientist Understand a Microprocessor?