Cellphones as an electromagnetic field generator
Only distractors or interfering with your thoughts?
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If I were to tell you that you could learn to control your brain’s activity you might be at least somewhat sceptical. However, learning to regulate neural activity is not unlike learning to control other physiological processes. Take your heartbeat for example. If you lay your hand flat on your chest you can easily monitor your current heartbeat. If I were to ask you now … Continue reading Face your fear with neurofeedback
From self driving cars to beating Grandmasters in Chess and Go. The next generation of Artificial Intelligence will be defined by it’s ability to learn rather than its brute force computing power. Continue reading When smartphones are smarter than us: deep learning and neuroscience
“Is it actually possible to directly transfer one’s experiences into another person’s brain?”
I addressed this question in my blog post on Brain to Brain Interfaces (BtBIs) in June 2016. Now here are the data and opinions collected from some of the readers to help answer it! Continue reading Your Opinions on Brain to Brain Interfaces
Optogenetics is being used more and more in neuroscience research. What is it and how can it be applied? Continue reading Shooting lasers into brains: A new sci-fi novel or something to get used to?
On brains and buildings: It’s about time we turned our attention to architecture and its impact on our lives. Continue reading When Neuroscience Meets Architecture
Chances are last week’s article left you worried about the technology of the future. But are you afraid of a robot apocalypse? It’s likely that the thought of some humanlike robots will make you feel uneasy. But why only some? Continue reading Who’s afraid of the Humanoid Robot? – Let Neuroscience guide you through the Uncanny Valley
Brain to brain interfaces could make it possible to directly transfer your experiences into another person’s brain. Continue reading Brain to Brain Interfaces