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Inside the science behind Elon Musk’s crazy plan to put chips in people’s brains and create human-AI hybrids
Elon Musk has said he wants his neural tech company Neuralink to facilitate human "symbiosis with artificial intelligence."
Elon Musk finally took the wraps off his new brain microchip company that plans to connect people’s brains to the internet by next year
Elon Musk's secretive brain microchip company held an event on Tuesday night detailing the work it's been doing. Here's everything we learned!
This optical illusion exposes a flaw in our brains by proving that there's a delay in how we perceive it — but it's only 15 milliseconds.
Sex is not only good for your mental wellbeing, but it will probably have a positive impact on your general health too. Several studies over the years have shown the effects of having sex. Here are 14 of the main findings so far.
It's common knowledge that stress is bad for your body, but it could also be having a bad impact on your brain. A new study has shown the stress hormone cortisol might be linked with a smaller brain and worse memory.
A lot of how the brain controls our impulses remains a mystery. But there are some areas, such as the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, which have been linked to antisocial behaviour. Scientists they shown stimulating this area to boost its activity could reduce people's violent tendencies.
We stop discovering new music at age 30, a new survey suggests — here are the scientific reasons why this could be
A survey from music streaming service Deezer suggests we stop listening to new music at the age of 30 years and 6 months — a time when we are likely to be feeling overwhelmed by musical choice, and busy with work and children.
Constantly imagining the worst case scenario is called ‘catastrophising’ — here’s how to stop your mind from doing it
Catastrophising is when you let your mind constantly jump to the worst possible conclusions, and it's a very difficult habit to break. Here's why it's so common and how to stop yourself doing it.
Exercising more could reduce those times where you can’t think of the right word, according to a new study
It's really annoying when you can't remember the right word, even though you feel like it's on the tip of your tongue. According to a new study, exercising more could make you better at recalling words as you get older.
There have been a few different theories over the years.