Guest Post Tomorrow, our smartest systems will instantly and masterfully oversee, optimize, manage and adapt processes that are as critical as they are complex, across a broad spectrum of industries, having taken their cues from the most ready example of a natural supercomputer we have: the human brain.
If you’ve ever spent more than 30 seconds thinking about it, you probably already assume that Google sort of acts as an external hard drive for your own gray matter. But does that mean we’re getting dumber? Or just that we’re thinking smarter, not harder?
Launching today, Cerego is a memory management company that spun out of a privately-funded think tank.
Editor’s Pick Early detection of Alzheimer’s means better, faster clinical trials — and soon, life-saving drugs and treatments on the market. Here’s what Neurotrack is doing to help.
If you’ve ever felt strangled by stress, these brain scientists have just the ticket: a “magical” watch that can tell when you’re tense and help you relax.
Guest Post The seal of the high school I attended contained two Latin mottos: Non Sibi and Finis Origine Pendet. Despite seeing those words everywhere, I paid little attention to them. I later learned they mean “Not for one’s self” and “The end is determined by the beginning”, respectively.