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by Lauren Vogelbaum | Sep 24, 2014
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by Joe McCormick | Aug 22, 2014
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by Joe McCormick | Aug 20, 2014
Are there safe, effective ways to boost brain power? Will the humans of the future be popping smart pills and leaving us all in the intellectual dust?
by Joe McCormick | Jul 16, 2014
What is consciousness and have researchers found the on/off switch? We look at what we know so far.
by Joe McCormick | May 28, 2014
What is a connectome? Why is a worm's neural system so important? How difficult is it to make a complete neural map?
by Joe McCormick | May 16, 2014
Computers and brains don't work the same way but that hasn't stopped us from trying to make computers that can "think."
by Joe McCormick | May 14, 2014
Futurists often talk about computers and brains as if they were interchangeable. Your hosts explore the many ways that computers and brains are fundamentally different, as well as what each machine is best and worst at.
by Jonathan Strickland | Aug 12, 2013
Scientists have created neural implants that expand what types of stimuli animals can sense. Learn about sensory implants in this blog post.
by Joe McCormick | Mar 8, 2013
Mozart Interactive is an interactive music app for kids. Read more about Mozart Interactive in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.
by Jonathan Strickland | Mar 4, 2013
SPAUN is a computer model of a human brain. Learn how the SPAUN simulated brain works in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.
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