“How the mind really works? It often works irrationally. But, we argue in this paper, a bit of irrationality may supports [sic] survival and cognitive development.” And furthermore, say authors Syed I. Ahson and Andrzej Buller in their chapter for Human-Computer Systems Interaction, Volume 60 of the series Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, irrational robots […]
QUESTION: Where would you go to find “Pertinent Instances of Irrationality“? ANSWER: George Metanomski’s The Second Enlightenment.