Worms. They’re weird, primitive creatures that seem to just squirm around senselessly. BUT this simplistic behavior is exactly what we are looking for in our endeavours to digitize a living brain. Now look at this. This..this looks like a robot being controlled by an ewok. But actually, this robot isn’t being controlled AT ALL. What
Align:start [Music] 15th of August 1996 okay the very first 15th of August 1996 okay the very first 15th of August 1996 okay the very first thing I see is this furry banana which I thing I see is this furry banana which I thing I see is this furry banana which I bought on
I’m Gabe Garza with today’s health news. Thought once a hopeless diagnosis, new researcher suggests an Alzheimer’s cure may be closer than ever. A new study found that mefenamic acid–a common Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug (NSAID) used for period pain–successfully treated an experimental model of Alzheimer’s disease in mice. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form
Visual memory is the strongest memory is it true? let’s check it out you may have seen logos of famous companies many times in your life but do you remember them? are you sure ? as per research 90% of people are failed to remember exact logo of company though they’ll have seen many times.
[Dr. Pillai:] During July 16th through 19th, that’s the time of Guru Purnima, I am planning to have a workshop in San Diego for 4 days. I have many ideas that cross across my mind, but I’m going to put it in a special website for you to look at. I am very excited about
Hey Thoughty2 here. On the 26th September 1983, in the midst of the Cold War, a Russian Colonel named Stanislav Petrov was sat in the soviet missile control centre monitoring incoming satellite data, as he did every day. His job was to monitor the nuclear missile early warning system and report a suspected launch higher
Translator: Jessica Lee Reviewer: Denise RQ So how do we learn? And why does some of us learn things more easily than others? So, as I just mentioned, I’m Dr. Lara Boyd. I am a brain researcher here at the University of British Columbia. These are the questions that fascinate me. (Cheers) (Applause) So brain
My name is Steve Pinker, and I’m Professor of Psychology at Harvard University. And today I’m going to speak to you about language. I’m actually not a linguist, but a cognitive scientist. I’m not so much interested as language as an object in its own right, but as a window to the human mind. Language
– Two of the most costly words in your life are: I forgot. I forgot to do it. I forgot that conversation. I forgot to bring it. I forgot what I was gonna say. I forgot that meeting. I forgot that person’s name. Every time you hear that, time is lost and money, opportunity, all
12 OLLUSIONS TO TEST YOUR BRAIN If you identify the two images of illusion in 15s, you have a very cultured brain (?) The speed in which you see both the images and the speed in which you pass from one to the other, the faster your brain works the more creative you are. Ready?