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Human hand gestures began in fish brains - Cornell Chronicle

Human hand gestures began in fish brains - Cornell Chronicle | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Cornell Chronicle Human hand gestures began in fish brains Cornell Chronicle In a 2008 Science paper, Bass and colleagues provided evidence that brain networks instructing when muscles should contract – called patterning – for vocalizing in fishes,...
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Insect Limbs Can Move Without Muscles - What That Might Mean For Robotics - Science 2.0

Insect Limbs Can Move Without Muscles - What That Might Mean For Robotics - Science 2.0 | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Insect Limbs Can Move Without Muscles - What That Might Mean For Robotics Science 2.0 Insect limbs can move without muscles – and a new study helps to explain how insects control their movements using a close interplay of neuronal control and...
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Mapping Emotions in the Brain - Huffington Post

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Mapping Emotions in the Brain
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Across individuals, we found consistent networks of brain activity representing each emotion -- John's anger and Mary's anger look a lot alike at the neural level.
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Learning To Learn Faster: The One Superpower

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I have a new book coming out early next year, The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance. As the title suggests, my subject matter is the outer limits of human potential and the question of ...
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Robotics about to transform our notion of what is 'human' - The Japan Times

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Robotics about to transform our notion of what is 'human'
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LONDON – Bertolt Meyer is used to being viewed as not fully human.
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When Sentient Artificial Intelligence Becomes Reality - Huffington Post

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When Sentient Artificial Intelligence Becomes Reality
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Two things humans often do: We anthropomorphise, and we dehumanise.
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Scientists use NVidia graphics cards to make world's largest 'brain'

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Kioskea Scientists use NVidia graphics cards to make world's largest 'brain' GMA News Researchers from Stanford University are embarking on an ambitious project to build the world's biggest artificial neural network to mimic the human brain's...
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Harvard creates cyborg flesh that’s half man, half machine | ExtremeTech

Harvard creates cyborg flesh that’s half man, half machine | ExtremeTech | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Bioengineers at Harvard University have created the first examples of cyborg tissue: Neurons, heart cells, muscle, and blood vessels that are interwoven by nanowires and transistors.
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Can we upload our minds?

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Can we upload our minds? Hauskeller on mind-uploading (Part Two)
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(3) Therefore, it is possible to recreate the mind in a non-biological medium, such as a digital computer or artificial neural network.
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'Anti-Gravity' 3D Printer Uses Strands to Sculpt ...

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3D printers build objects by cross-section, one layer at a time from the ground up—gravity is a limiting factor. But what if it wasn't? Using proprietary 3D printing materials, Petr Novikov and Saša Jokić say their Mataerial 3D ...
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Infants Are Born to Talk - Scientific American

Scientific American Infants Are Born to Talk Scientific American “What's really interesting is that the baby's brain can use the same sound networks we use later as an adult,” says neuroscientist Fabrice Wallois of INSERM at the University of...
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How the brain controls a 'mind machine' - BBC News

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How the brain controls a 'mind machine'
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"The novelty of this study does not come from discovering the area is involved in learning. What is novel is studying the learning effect of subsequent trials in a BCI context," Dr Dale told BBC News.
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Ability to filter visual motion can predict IQ

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Ability to filter visual motion can predict IQ Newstrack India The brain is bombarded by an overwhelming amount of sensory information, and its efficiency is built not only on how quickly our neural networks process these signals, but also on how...
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How Smart Is Advanced Artificial Intelligence? Try Preschool Level - LiveScience.com

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How Smart Is Advanced Artificial Intelligence? Try Preschool Level
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One of the most advanced artificial intelligence systems is about as smart as preschooler, new research suggests.
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Microchips that mimic the brain: Novel microchips imitate the brain's ... - Science Daily (press release)

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Smarter Than C-3PO: Future Robots Will Work in Teams,

Smarter Than C-3PO: Future Robots Will Work in Teams, Scientist Says LiveScience.com In the next few decades, teams of roving robots will take to the seas, the air and other hard-to-reach spots, communicating with one another and working to solve...
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Robots Ride To The Rescue In DARPA's Virtual Robotics Challenge

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Robots Ride To The Rescue In DARPA's Virtual Robotics Challenge
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Right now, DARPA's Virtual Robotics Challenge is underway, a contest that could have groundbreaking implications for disaster preparedness around the entire world.
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Mr. Crawford's curator insight, November 3, 2013 6:38 PM

This is a good article because it discusses how robots can do dangerous jobs. In the article, it says that "humans could use a hardwire upgrade." Which means that human beings are prone to injuries that could prove to be deadly. This is where a robot comes in. This robot would help during fires or earthquakes.

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GE wants to use artificial intelligence to predict the future of hospitals ...

GE Healthcare is pushing a system called Corvix for doing agent-based simulations on complex problems. In India, the technology simulated a population of 80 million people in order to determine the best places to build ...
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Brain Prosthesis Could Restore Lost Memories For Those With Epilepsy ... - Medical Daily

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Cyborg Cockroaches May Become New Teaching Tools in Neuroscience Classes - Smithsonian (blog)

Cyborg Cockroaches May Become New Teaching Tools in Neuroscience Classes - Smithsonian (blog) | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Smithsonian (blog) Cyborg Cockroaches May Become New Teaching Tools in Neuroscience Classes Smithsonian (blog) Forget fruit flies and white mice – future biology students may experiment with cyborg cockroaches to learn about neurology, Mashable...
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Now You Can Build Google's $1M Artificial Brain on the Cheap

Now You Can Build Google's $1M Artificial Brain on the Cheap | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Wired Now You Can Build Google's $1M Artificial Brain on the Cheap Wired Down the line, this research on souped-up versions of neural networks running on GPUs could give rise to more powerful — and financially lucrative — GPU-based applications at...
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The Rise of Chinese Robotics - Next Big Future

The Rise of Chinese Robotics Next Big Future Tweet The Shanghai arm of Fanuc, which dominates the global market for industrial robotics, almost doubled sales every year until cooling somewhat following the 2009 global financial crisis and outbreak...
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India Developing Robotic Soldiers to Replace Humans in Warfare

India Developing Robotic Soldiers to Replace Humans in Warfare | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
India Developing Robotic Soldiers to Replace Humans in Warfare Indiatimes.com "Today, you have neural networks, whenever the soldier tells him (robotic soldier) that this is a human solider, he will derive his own logic as to what is the difference...
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How teenagers learn to fall in love: Brain cells develop during puberty that ...

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Peering under your skin: the future of surgical robotics is virtual

Peering under your skin: the future of surgical robotics is virtual | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Peering under your skin: the future of surgical robotics is virtual Wired.co.uk The future of robotics in surgery will involve an increasingly powerful virtual environment, where surgeons are able to see through the body and potentially work side...
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Jordan Melnik's curator insight, March 22, 2015 8:33 AM

This source discusses the future of robotics in the medical profession. Autonomous robotic surgeon's will be able to preform many surgeries with more precision then a human surgeon. Research is being conducted to make them react to different situations instead of just carrying out programmed tasks.