Victor Loux Bookmarks Tag: paper

41 bookmarks tagged “paper

I Didn’t Want to Offend You: The Cost of Avoiding Sensitive Questions by Einav Hart, Eric VanEpps, Maurice E. Schweitzer :: SSRN
Within a conversation, individuals balance competing concerns, such as the motive to gather information and the motives to avoid discomfort and to create a favo

Losers: Recovering Lost Property in Japan and the United States by Mark D. West :: SSRN
This Article examines the lost property regime of Japan, which has one of the most impressive reputations in the world for returning lost property to its rightf

Sketchsheets - Ready to print sketch sheet templates for UX designers
Sketchsheets is an open source project dedicated to providing free printable templates of the latest devices and platforms for wireframing designs.

guest post: artificial intelligence discovers gayface. sigh. – scatterplot
The following is a guest post by Greggor Mattson. AI Can’t Tell if You’re Gay… But it Can Tell if You’re a Walking Stereotype. [First published September 9th. This post has been updated with subsequent information, denoted by square brackets, cited on this resource of responses to the story by tweeters, bloggers, media, and Kosinski himself].…

The social model of disability: an outdated ideology?
The paper explore the background to British academic and political debates over the social model, and argue that the time has come to move beyond this position. Three central criticisms of the British social model are presented, focusing on: the issue of impairment; the impairment/disability dualism; and the issue of identity. It is suggested that an embodied ontology offers the best starting point for disability studies, and some signposts on the way to a more adequate social theory...

Same Stats, Different Graphs: Generating Datasets with Varied Appearance and Identical Statistics through Simulated Annealing | Autodesk Research
These 13 datasets (the Datasaurus, plus 12 others) each have the same summary statistics (x/y mean, x/y standard deviation, and Pearson's correlation) to two decimal places, while being drastically different in appearance. This work describes the technique we developed to create this dataset, and others like it.

Why people prefer unequal societies : Nature Human Behaviour
Inequality and unfairness are not the same thing. Starmans, Sheskin and Bloom summarize evidence showing that people are bothered not by economic inequality, but rather by economic unfairness.