The technology, according to Musk — who brought up the idea at Recode’s Code Conference last year — is a “digital layer” located above the cortex, built into the brain. Musk calls the technology, which would intertwine computers and the human brain, “neural lace.”
Van Gogh’s travels informed the works we revere today.
Finding the source of a disease outbreak requires intensive detective work from health experts. But is finding Patient Zero even possible?
This weekend we’re welcoming back the show that has the monopoly on lurid violence, epic battles, and wholly unnecessary nudity: Game of Thrones. George R.R. Martin’s ability to describe the crunching of a skull is rivalled only by his ability to describe the crunching of a pastry, so it’s only fitting that this sexy saga is home to some serious food porn. I’m a main character in this show, so my life is decidedly in danger this week.
Iryna took two months of Smrt IELTS preparation at the Canadian College of English Language. Many students who are in the last one or two years of their secondary school take an IELTS course to prepare for entrance into university.
Our education system is based on the idea that we can learn things once, and that they’ll then stay in our minds throughout our lives. That’s far too optimistic. Our brains are like sieves. If anything is going to remain in them, we need regular reminders of what really matters. Fascinatingly, religions always understood that.