Vincent Plant discusses the inevitability of human’s high level of intelligence, and the implications this had on our planet.
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, explores the Barbican’s recent art exhibition, AI: More Than Human.
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, explores Chinese search engine, Sogou’s, use of AI in creating audiobooks.
In recent totally terrifying and not-Black-Mirror-related news, it has been found that artificial neurons, or in much more cooler terminology “superconducting computing chips” modelled after neurons have been found to be able to process information much faster and more efficiently than the human brain. So what does this mean for us and the software that […]
Ever wondered why some people seem naturally smarter than others? Been jealous of that student who always gets top marks, seemingly without trying? Or sighed as the teacher had to explain a concept for the fifth time? A new study from the Free University of Amsterdam may just have found you the perfect excuse. Free […]
A recent article published by The Independent, explored the possibility of intelligence being more likely to be inherited from the mother than the father. Genetic research from several studies suggests that a large number of the genes responsible for intelligence come from a category of “conditioned genes.” When inherited, conditioned genes can be deactivated if […]