Developing Intelligence

Blogging on the Brain: 3/10

Recent highlights from the best in brain blogging:

Online experiments at the Harvard Visual Cognition Lab!

Less invasive brain-computer interfacing, for video games.

Brain-computer interface implants: videos.

A new weapon in the Israeli arsenal: the VIPER robot.

The current state of the art in robotics, as reviewed by Cognitive Daily.

Guiding pigeons with remote controls.

Hunting by single-cell organisms: the slime mold.

Relatively complex reasoning revealed in rats (improved! now links to the correct page).

Mental representations in non-human animals: signs of animal intelligence?

Evolving communication in robots: cooperation or deception?

A connection with mercury in the very earliest reported cases of autism.

Online video documentary of a synaesthetic savant

Interview with Brad Gibson, researcher in the field of working memory training.

Training Mental Rotation: Only Near Transfer?

Omega-3’s and gray matter: an interesting correlation.

Deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus, at MindHacks.

Oldie but goodie: Chomsky’s review of Skinner’s infamous book, “Verbal Behavior”

Additions to the Blogroll:
Our Technological Future
Madam Fathom
Intelligent Machines

Have a nice weekend!


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