Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Hokkaido University, Japan
Mark Miller is a philosopher of cognition. His research explores what recent advances in neuroscience can tell us about human happiness and wellbeing, and what it means to live well in our increasingly technologically mediated world. A member of the Horizon 2020 European Union ERC project XSPECT, he is an assistant professor at the Center for Human Nature, Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience at Hokkaido University in Japan.
The warped self
Social media makes us feel terrible about who we really are. Neuroscience explains why – and empowers us to fight back
Mark Miller & Ben White
Philosophy of mind
The value of uncertainty
In fiction, it grips us. In life, it can unravel us. How can brains hooked on certainty put its opposite to good use?
Mark Miller, Kathryn Nave, George Deane & Andy Clark