Tag Archives: fairness

#fairness video with #dogs

I couldn’t resist following up some of the information in the previous videos, so here’s one about testing whether dogs are capable of:

  1. recognizing that something is unfair and,
  2. reacting accordingly

Unfortunately, only the first two minutes of this video are in English, but the experiment looks pretty conclusive to me:

This next video is a TED talk presented by Frans de Waal [thanks Hariod!]. It goes for approximately 16 minutes but is really interesting in terms of the parallels between human and [certain] animal behaviour:

Meeks


#JohnOliver and #Ladybucks, with a little help from some monkeys

Yesterday I posted about Capuchin monkeys understanding the difference between cucumbers and grapes. Today, thanks to Mr Merveilleux [a.k.a. Pinky] I thought I’d share my new discovery – English comedian [?] John Oliver. Oh, and the solution to the gender pay gap – Ladybucks. Enjoy!

Meeks


The #fairness study with Capuchin #monkeys

Watch this video [from a TED talk] and tell me that ‘fairness’ is not hardwired in all of us:

My thanks to the Offspring for telling me about this. đŸ™‚

cheers

Meeks


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