Science Festival looks at psychology and neuroscience in the new tech society

Bookings are now open  Cambridge Science Festival (7 – 20 March 2016) asks a series of fundamental questions related to our basic psychology and the choices we make during a packed series of events based on the latest research in neuroscience and psychology. Events kick off with a talk by Dr Neal Lathia, a data scientist and entrepreneur. In his talk, ‘Happier and healthier with smartphone data’, Dr Lathia discusses how smartphone sensors can be used to track how people behave, and systems designed that use these inferences to help us all become healthier and happier. Speaking about his event, Dr Lathia stressed that he does not think our smartphones will become our therapists. He commented: “Instead, they will empower us to become better therapists for ourselves. There is also…


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