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When Does Your Intelligence Peak?

My PhD supervisor, a brilliant and inspiring man, used to jokingly tell me that he had passed his prime and that it was up to me to make the Nobel-prize winning discovery for our group. After all, Albert Einstein was … Continue reading

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Brain training improves memory not intelligence › News in Science (ABC Science)

Share Print News in Science Brain training improves memory not intelligence Monday, 28 October 2013 Anna SallehABC Your ability to solve problems is not improved by an increase in your working memory capacity, say researchers (Source: solarseven/iStockphoto) Related Stories Trained … Continue reading

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In ‘Enormous Success,’ Scientists Tie 52 Genes to Human Intelligence

For over a century, psychologists have studied intelligence by asking people questions. Their exams have evolved into batteries of tests, each probing a different mental ability, such as verbal reasoning or memorization. In a typical test, the tasks might include … Continue reading

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Is Intelligence Hereditary?

Scientists have investigated this question for more than a century, and the answer is clear: the differences between people on intelligence tests are substantially the result of genetic differences. But let’s unpack that sentence. We are talking about average differences … Continue reading

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  Print   Email   Share Subscribe for Free Get ScienceDaily’s Latest Top News, delivered daily via email or RSS: Email newsletter RSS feed Most Popular Stories this week HEALTH Tea Consumption Leads to Epigenetic Changes in Women The Brain … Continue reading

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Evolving Artificial Intelligence! will it replace Human Intelligence : ISPECTRUM MAGAZINE

About: Fahad Basheer (9 Posts) Dr.Fahad Basheer was born in Sharjah, U.A.E. He took his medical graduation under Calicut University from India; He is a highly influential independent researcher of consciousness, mind body continuum system and its applications in medicine. … Continue reading

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Dolphin Brain and Intelligence

BRAIN & INTELLIGENCE The dolphin’s brain is the second most powerful and complex brain in animals (next to the human brain, of course). Intelligence may be defined as a measure of the brain’s ability to process information in ways that … Continue reading

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Alex Wissner-Gross: A new equation for intelligence | TED Talk | TED.com

Is there an equation for intelligence? Yes. It’s F = T ∇ Sτ. In a fascinating and informative talk, physicist and computer scientist Alex Wissner-Gross explains what in the world that means. Interactive transcriptInteractive transcript Alex Wissner-Gross Scientist, entrepreneur, inventor … Continue reading

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On Intelligence

Numenta Inc., formed by Jeff Hawkins, Donna Dubinsky and Dileep George has begun researching the practical application of Jeff’s theories. The Numenta technology, called Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM), is based on a theory of the neocortex described in On Intelligence. … Continue reading

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Vernon M. Neppe

ABSTRACT This paper discusses two aspects: The theoretical concepts and the empirical research pertaining to child prodigies and its links with genius. The research uses a historical IQ method, the SCHIQ and pioneered the quantitation of very high intelligence in … Continue reading

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