"Science's capacity to self-revise is exactly what makes it the closest thing we have to 'reliable.'"

Bahar Gholipour is a leading New York-based journalist and neuroscientist writing about cutting-edge issues in technology and science. Specifically, she covers groundbreaking developments in neuroscience, psychology, genetics, and AI. She is also the founder of Braindecoder, a neuroscience website with news and feature stories written by a team of esteemed science journalists.  

Gholipour's writing has appeared in internationally renowned outlets like Scientific American, The Atlantic, The New York Times, Science, Spectrum, WIRED, New York Magazine, the Washington Post, Live Science, NBC News and the Daily Beast. Her Atlantic article on free will was selected by Michio Kaku as one of the best pieces of American science writing in 2020

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