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Can Neuroscience Cure People of Faith in God?

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Can Neuroscience Cure People of Faith in God? What about Faith in ...
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Every week, hockey-playing science writer John Horgan takes a puckish, provocative look at breaking science.
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Scientists Link Specific Brain Cell Types to Behavior

Scientists Link Specific Brain Cell Types to Behavior | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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Scientists Link Specific Brain Cell Types to Behavior
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The experiment showed that specific cortical neuron types could be linked to specific aspects of behavior.
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Google Erects Fake Brain With … Graphics Chips? - Wired

Google Erects Fake Brain With … Graphics Chips? - Wired | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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Neuroscience may hold cure for religious fundamentalism, says researcher

Neuroscience may hold cure for religious fundamentalism, says researcher | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Neuroscience may hold cure for religious fundamentalism, says researcher The Australian However, recent developments in neuroscience mean that we may be able to control not only our minds and order our dreams but also prevent the formation of...
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Welcome, Robot Overlords. Please Don't Fire Us?

Welcome, Robot Overlords. Please Don't Fire Us? | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Computer scientists have been predicting the imminent rise of machine intelligence since at least 1956, when the Dartmouth Summer Research Project on Artificial Intelligence gave the field its name, and there are only so many times you can ...
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Moshe Vardi: Robots Could Put Humans Out of Business

Moshe Vardi: Robots Could Put Humans Out of Business | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Robots began replacing human brawn long ago—now they're poised to replace human brains. Moshe Vardi, a computer science professor at Rice University, thinks that by 2045 artificially intelligent machines may be capable ...
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Gorillas Agree: Human Frontal Cortex is Nothing Special

Gorillas Agree: Human Frontal Cortex is Nothing Special | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Scientific American (blog) Gorillas Agree: Human Frontal Cortex is Nothing Special Scientific American (blog) According to Aron Barbey and colleagues, a major function of this network is the manipulation, integration, and control of distributed...
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Google research chief: 'Emergent artificial intelligence? Hogwash!' Register

Google research chief: 'Emergent artificial intelligence? Hogwash!' Register | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Google research chief: 'Emergent artificial intelligence? Hogwash!
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World's first sex robot revealed at porn show

World's first sex robot revealed at porn show | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
A New Jersey company says it has developed "the world's first sex robot," a life-size rubber doll that's designed to engage the owner with conversation rather than lifelike movement.
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Neuroscience's future: Mice with human brain cells

Neuroscience's future: Mice with human brain cells | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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Neuroscience's future: Mice with human brain cells
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Neuroscience is only beginning to discover what astrocytes do in brains. One job that is known is that they help neurons build connections (synapses) with other neurons.
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Serotonin mediates exercise-induced generation of new neurons

Serotonin mediates exercise-induced generation of new neurons | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Mice that exercise in running wheels exhibit increased neurogenesis in the brain. Crucial to this process is serotonin signaling. Surprisingly, mice lacking brain serotonin due to a genetic mutation exhibited normal baseline neurogenesis.
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Finally: Robots Learn What 'Squishy' Really Means

Finally: Robots Learn What 'Squishy' Really Means | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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Finally: Robots Learn What 'Squishy' Really Means
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Humans use all sorts of bizarre, abstract terms to describe how objects feel, and it's endlessly frustrating to robots. Or at least, we imagine it must be.
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Google: The future of search is Now

Google: The future of search is Now | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Google: The future of search is Now CNET "We have had a mini-revolution, based on deep learning, a set of technologies that look like the old neural networks from the 1990s that researchers hoped would turn into a way to create brains, machine...
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Soon, robots to walk like humans

Soon, robots to walk like humans
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They also noted that aside from robots as human assistants, there was a need for evaluation methods for assistive equipment, dependent on human body measurements.
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Crowdfunding the Cheapest Robots in Silicon Valley: A VC's View

Crowdfunding the Cheapest Robots in Silicon Valley: A VC's View
Wired
They wanted to show me origami robots: electronic creatures built by simply folding paper (in this case laser-cut cardboard) and adding simple electronics and engineering on top.
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Freaky Light-Controlled Gels Could Be the Real Future of Robotics

Freaky Light-Controlled Gels Could Be the Real Future of Robotics | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Freaky Light-Controlled Gels Could Be the Real Future of Robotics
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There's a branch of robotics research that doesn't necessarily believe that future automatons have to be filled with pistons, gears, and motors.
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Sci-fi in real life: UN to discuss 'killer robots' today

Sci-fi in real life: UN to discuss 'killer robots' today | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Firstpost Sci-fi in real life: UN to discuss 'killer robots' today Firstpost Geneva: A United Nations human rights investigator called on Thursday for all states to declare a moratorium to prevent so-called “killer robots” being deployed on the...
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It's a Hen, not a Him: sex bias in neuroscience research

It's a Hen, not a Him: sex bias in neuroscience research | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Last week, at the Stanford Neurosciences PhD program retreat, held in a very swanky Pajaro Dunes Resort, Dr. Annaliese Beery (Smith College), gave an absolutely fantastic seminar.** By audience request, after she ...
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Why most published neuroscience findings are false

In the May 2013 issue of Nature Reviews Neuroscience, Ioannidis and colleagues specifically tackle the validity of neuroscience studies (2). This recent paper was more graciously titled “Power failure: why small sample size ...
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Is This Virtual Worm the First Sign of the Singularity?

Is This Virtual Worm the First Sign of the Singularity? | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Is This Virtual Worm the First Sign of the Singularity?
The Atlantic
What molecular mechanisms coordinate the firing of neural networks that initiate and complete this complex behavior?
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Immigration Reform May Spur Software Robotics

Immigration Reform May Spur Software Robotics | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
dcblogs writes "The Senate's immigration bill may force the large offshore outsourcing firms to reduce their use of H-1B visa-holding staff, forcing them to hire more local workers and raising their costs.
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Artificial intelligence may outstrip human smarts in 16 years

Artificial intelligence may outstrip human smarts in 16 years | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Globe and Mail
Artificial intelligence may outstrip human smarts in 16 years
Globe and Mail
Some even think the singularity – the point at which artificial intelligence can match, and then overtake, human smarts – might just happen in 16 years.
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The Future of Gaming — It May All Be in Your Head

The Future of Gaming — It May All Be in Your Head | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Gaming as a hobby evokes images of lethargic teenagers huddled over their controllers, submerged in their couch surrounded by candy bar wrappers. This image should soon hit the reset button since a more exciting version ...
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Injecting Tiny Robots Into Your Eyes Could Keep You From Going Blind

Injecting Tiny Robots Into Your Eyes Could Keep You From Going Blind | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Yes, it sounds creepy to us, too.(Robotics continue to expand in health fields - How Tiny Robots Could Keep You From Going Blind @NowThisNews http://t.co/jsyhmOr11i @mritchie)...
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'Miming' brain helps humans to learn how to speak, scientists find

'Miming' brain helps humans to learn how to speak, scientists find | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Researchers have discovered that parts of the brain that are involved in controlling our mouths when we speak are also activated when we listen.
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