The human brain carries out many tasks at the same time, but how many? Now fMRI data has revealed just how parallel gray matter is.
Epidemiologist want to forecast disease like meteorologists forecast rain. And the way people browse Wikipedia could be the key, they say.
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Scientists have discovered how to extract the template images that the human mind uses to recognise objects, such as balls, cars and people.
In the wake of cyberattacks on JPMorgan and other sophisticated companies, a computer security expert offers advice to those of us with far fewer resources.
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Sending entangled photons to opposite sides of the planet will require a small fleet of orbiting satellites, say physicists.
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A weird device uses 3-D sensors and a projector to reimagine how computers and humans interface with the physical world.
DeepMind has built a neural network that can access an external memory like a conventional Turing machine. The result is a computer that mimics the short-term memory of the human brain.