search slide
search slide
pages bottom
Currently Browsing: Results for Tag "intelligence"

Looking for true intelligence, study shows that slime molds can learn

Looking for true intelligence, study shows that slime molds can learn The implication is usually the same: Slime molds have intelligence.This week, researchers from France’s Toulouse University published the newest piece of evidence in pursuit of a slime mold’s true IQ, approaching the question with a clever experimental design.

Brain training is nothing more than a placebo: study

This is the basis of the brain training industry, but they’re already known for playing fast and loose with the science.Both groups of 25 volunteers (the same number used in many of the brain training studies) took a standardized test before and after playing a brain training game for an hour.

Scientists discover nature's algorithm for intelligence

Scientists discover nature's algorithm for intelligence Throughout the ages, one old chestnut has stubbornly resisted yielding up its secret: the organizational principle behind the human brain.Joe Tsien, think they may be onto the answer with a recent paper published in the journal Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience.

Rossignol and PIQ Sport Intelligence create world’s first ‘connected ski’

Rossignol and PIQ Sport Intelligence create world’s first ‘connected ski’ At the ISPO sports trade show in Munich this week, two French companies announced they were joining forces to create the first “connected ski.” The device is the result of a collaboration between outdoor apparel and ski manufacturer Rossignol and tech startup PIQ Sport Intelligence, a company that focuses on creating wearables that track motion and provides real-time feedback on performance.

Microsoft adds more intelligence to make Office 365 safer and easier to use

Microsoft adds more intelligence to make Office 365 safer and easier to use For February 2017, Microsoft is injecting some of its machine intelligence work into Office and making a number of tasks easier and more efficient.com and Office 365 email messages for promised tasks and automatically generate reminders that show up in Windows 10.

Canada might follow the U.S. and U.K. with flight 'laptop ban'

Canada might follow the U.S. and U.K. with flight 'laptop ban' According to reports, the Canadian government may follow the United States and the United Kingdom in banning certain electronic devices on flights departing from a number of airports in Muslim-majority countries.The U.