Meaningful Interactions with Friends

Mentor: Dr. Elizabeth Page-Gould Project Description Taken on the whole, interacting with other people Ñ even virtually Ñ seems fundamental to human thriving. Indeed, meaningful interactions make for a good life. However, not all social interactions leave us feeling fulfilled. This descriptive project seeks to map out the qualities of meaningful interactions, with a particularContinue reading “Meaningful Interactions with Friends”

Self-Categorization in the Workplace

Mentor: Dr. Geoffrey Leonardelli Project Description Although Canada’s leaders may envision humans and robots collaborating for the sake of society, such a future is far from guaranteed. Robots, these machines that complete a complex series of tasks autonomously and increasingly under the guidance of artificial intelligence, stoke human fears of unpredictability and human replacement (Frick,Continue reading “Self-Categorization in the Workplace”