Jason is a PhD researcher at the Centre for Cognition, Computation & Modelling (CCCM) at Birkbeck, University of London. Before joining Birkbeck, he earned an MSc in Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology from King’s College London and held a research position at Copenhagen Business School’s Department of Digitalization. His research seeks to further our understandings of how cognitive processes intersect with the post-truth environment, ultimately revolving around the topic of human rationality. Outside of academia, Jason works with HATCH Analytics as a research psychologist to apply behavioural insights in the workplace.
The Post-Truth Problem
What is it about today’s moral climate that seems so explosive? In our hyper-connected, digitalized world, a Victorian-era essay provides surprisingly relevant guidance.
Towards Augmented Decision-Making (2/2): Fighting Irrationality with Nonrationality
Data is the new oil, and algorithmic decision-making, as means of commoditizing data, is here to stay.
Towards Augmented Decision-Making (1/2): The Case for Cognitive Prosthetics
Our cognitive functions are increasingly being outsourced to algorithms.