The neurons in our cortex, the outermost “crust” of our brain, seem to have uniquely evolved to sustain complex computations in their input cables.
The entire process happens below our consciousness, suppressing unwanted memories so that they never surface to awareness.
The researchers believe the algorithm may help future AI learn to act simply by watching the vast numbers of videos on the internet.
A new Oxford study suggests a quick renewable transition could save money compared to taking things slowly or doing nothing at all.
A new approach that combines biological and chemical processes could greatly simplify the process of recycling mixed plastics.