The Singularity

José Ignacio Latorre

Computation’s possibility for self-learning is leading us towards a point of technological singularity where an artificial intelligence, capable of self-improvement, will surpass the limits of human intelligence.


Feminist Killjoys

Sara Ahmed | Bea Lozano

When feminist conscience is associated with a kind of misfortune, can we consider the happiness of women outside of the dominant social ideals?

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The Quantum Sense IV: Why?

Marta García-Matos

Quantum physics questions several of the intuitive conceptions that we construct following daily interaction with the physical world to make sense of it. One of the most profound is causality, because quantum physics shows that an event can exist without any cause.


The Quantum Sense II: Paradoxes

Marta García-Matos

In the history of quantum physics, three types of paradoxes exist: those that challenge classical physics, those that challenge intuition and common sense, and those that challenge quantum physics itself.


The Quantum Sense

Marta García-Matos

Quantum physics highlights the need for nonsensical humour to give sense to the world: from G. K. Chesterton at his sharpest to the Douglas Adams at his most inquisitive.



The Elementary Bestiary

Tamara Vázquez Schröder

Rather than giving you a standard introduction to the modern formulation of particle physics, we are going to take a historical approach.