Discover Magazine's The Brain 2012

Discover Magazine's The Brain 2012

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by Kalmbach Publishing Co.
     
 
Take a fantastic voyage into the inner-workings of the mind in DISCOVER magazine's new special issue, The Brain. This issue explores how technology will help you think, feel, and remember better. You'll also find:

SPECIAL SECTION - Mind & Machine:

  • The US Army wants to arm soldiers with synthetic telepathy so warriors can talk

Overview

Take a fantastic voyage into the inner-workings of the mind in DISCOVER magazine's new special issue, The Brain. This issue explores how technology will help you think, feel, and remember better. You'll also find:

SPECIAL SECTION - Mind & Machine:

  • The US Army wants to arm soldiers with synthetic telepathy so warriors can talk using only their thoughts.
  • Jeff Hawkins on the pitfalls of neuroscience—and inventing the next wave of brain inspired computers.
  • Could you really plug your brain into a crime fighting suit of Iron armor? The comic book fantasy is closer than you think.
  • Advantage: Human. Most computers still struggle to outwit human intelligence in the games we play against them.

The Big Split: You may think you're in charge of your decisions. Surprise: Your brain has a mind of its own.

Images of Alzheimer's: Illustrating the scientific effort to nail down early stages of this terrible disease.

What Your Nose Knows: A new odor yardstick could resolve the paradox of smell.

Darwin's Other Masterpiece: The naturalist also launched the science of emotions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940043958860
Publisher:
Kalmbach Publishing Co.
Publication date:
05/03/2012
Series:
ePeriodical Series
Sold by:
KALMBACH PUBLISHING - EPERIODICALS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
593,106
File size:
28 MB
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Discover Magazine's The Brain 2012 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its interesting, but, basic information. Maybe High School level or less in content and information. Not the normal depth of most of their works.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago