A UNC School of Medicine study has provided the first direct evidence that a low dose of electric current can enhance a specific brain pattern to boost creativity by an average of 7.4 percent in healthy adults, according to a common, well-validated test of creativity. How cool is that! Next up: using the method to treat depression, scientists say.
mark the date! 17/04/2015 - Friday. Learn about Machine Learning in this 5th edition of "What can X Do?" ^_^
Awesome news! Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is running a free Robotic Vision course starting next week, and it's open to EVERYONE. All you need is a computer and an interest in building the robot overlords of the future.
A new step forward in memristor technology could bring us closer to brain-like computing!
Hooray! Information is not lost. It is NOT erased even when it enters a black hole. Another win for science! A new University at Buffalo study finds that — contrary to what some physicists have argued for the years — information is not lost once it has entered a black hole. The research presents explicit calculations showing how information is, in fact, preserved.