Tag: Neuroscience

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To What Extent Is Free Will Actually Free? The Answer of Neurosciences

Even though at the beginning of the 1980s the results of the first neuroscience experiments made some researchers label free will as an “illusion”, researches of recent years have unexpectedly changed this perspective. It is raised the issue of post-classical, post-dualistic views in which free will can no longer be

Quo Vadis, Intelligent Machine?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science concerned with making computers behave like humans. At least this was the original idea. However, it turned out that this is no task easy to be solved. This article aims to give a comprehensible review on the last 60 years of

The Neuroscience of Teaching Narratives: Facilitating Social and Emotional Development

Humanities and the sciences have long been considered polar opposites that exist in separate realms of academia and require different cognitive skills. However, neuroscience has brought about renewed interest in what we can learn about the human brain by investigating links between disciplines. For example, studies related to English literature

An Excursion into the Medical Activity of Doctor Gheorghe Marinescu

Gheorghe Marinescu (February 28, 1863, Bucharest – May 15, 1938, Bucharest) was a Romanian neurologist, founder of the Romanian School of Neurology. https://www.edusoft.ro/brain/index.php/brain/article/view/28     Articles on the web Romania’s government faces no-confidence vote Musicians honor ‘absolute’ composer Former court poet to Ceausescu, nationalist politician, dies 4th baby dies in

Brain and Artificial Intelligence

From ancient times, the history of human beings has developed through a succession of steps and sometimes jumps, until reaching at the relative sophistication of the modern brain and culture. Researchers are attempting to create systems that mimic human thinking, understand speech, or beat the best human chess player. Understanding

BRAIN: Novel Detection Features for SSVEP Based BCI: Coefficient of Variation and Variation Speed

In neurology and neuroscience research, Steady-State Visually Evoked Potential (SSVEP) are brain signals which occur in response to visual stimulation. The paper Novel Detection Features for SSVEP Based BCI: Coefficient of Variation and Variation Speed – written by Abdullah Talha Sözer and Can Bülent Fidan – aims to introduce novel detection features for