If ‘neurotechnology’ isn’t a glamour area for researchers yet, it’s not far off. Technologies centred upon reading the brain are rapidly being developed. Among the claims made of such neurotechnologies are that some can provide special access to normally hidden representations of consciousness

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January 25, 2019

A biking accident alters the dynamic of a couple’s marriage, for worse (and for better)

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There’s just something about craft store cuteness that doesn’t suggest the coming war against AI

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Neuroscientists tracked the activity of single neurons deep in the brain and suggest the findings could explain humans’ intelligence — and susceptibility to psychiatric disorders

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Just like we do. Generative adversarial networks are not just good for causing mischief. They can also show us how AI algorithms “think.”

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Imagine being held up at gunpoint. Do you trust you could remember the perpetrator’s face? The gun? Or would you have a better recollection of how loud the birds were chirping at that moment?

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What goes on inside skulls can be distributed outside of them

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The genetic roots of psychiatric diseases are notoriously difficult to unravel. They each involve hundreds of genes. And many of the genetic variations at play are found in the non-coding parts of DNA, which makes it even trickier to draw connections to disease

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