Scientists have developed a device modelled on the human brain that can learn by association in the same way as Pavlov’s dog. In the famous experiment, Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov conditioned a dog to associate a bell with food.
The controversy that embroiled enterprise software maker Basecamp this week began more than a decade ago, with a simple list of customers. Around 2009, Basecamp customer service representatives began keeping a list of names that they found funny.
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Correction appended. One morning last July, in the rain forest of northwestern Brazil, Dan Everett, an American linguistics professor, and I stepped from the pontoon of a Cessna floatplane onto the beach bordering the Maici River, a narrow, sharply meandering tributary of the Amazon.
A company called Coinbase has gone public, and Wall Street seems excited. Coinbase is a cryptocurrency exchange—it allows you to buy, store, and trade cryptocurrencies, which are invented kinds of alternative moneys.
Pentagon scientists reveal a microchip that senses COVID-19 in your body BEFORE you show symptoms and a filter that extracts the virus from blood Pentagon scientists working inside a secretive unit set up at the height of the Cold War have created a microchip to be inserted under the skin, which wil
April is Florida blueberry season, a time to savor these sweet fruits from our very own soil. You can pick them yourself or buy them from the store or market. Recently, the University of Florida developed and released another tasty blueberry variety to add to the seasonal mix.
Pager the nine-year-old macaque can now play Pong thanks to a Neuralink implanted in each side of his brain.