Tags : Brain

A stretchy computing device feels like skin and analyses health data with brain-mimicking AI

New York: A team of US researchers have developed a flexible, stretchable computing chip that processes information by mimicking the human brain. The device, described in the journal Matter, aims to change the way health data is processed. “With this work, we’ve bridged wearable technology with artificial intelligence and machine learning to create a powerful device […]...Read More

#WorldBrainTumourDay: Know about types and prevention

There are more than 120 types of brain tumours with the warning signs as diverse as the brain’s endless list of responsibilities. But luckily, for most people the odds of developing a cancerous brain tumour are fairly low, says an expert from the global health system Cleveland Clinic ahead of World Brain Tumor Day on […]...Read More

Brain-Booster: How to overcome the fear of maths?

If we do what we do without panicking, we can accomplish great things. Tony Dungy – American Sports Analyst Are you a Numerophobia? According to wiki, Numerophobia, arithmophobia or mathematics anxiety is an anxiety disorder, where the condition is fear of dealing with numbers or mathematics. It is a fear that many face everyday in their […]...Read More

Brain-Booster: Enrich your mind while you take a break

Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them. Albert Einstein Everyone knows Albert Einstein and that he was a genius. He said very correctly: “Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.” Never set limits; set higher goals in life. Essentially do activities that enhance your personality and make yourself more intelligent and […]...Read More

Technology advancement calls for the reexamination of the brain

It’s difficult to talk about the human brain without inadvertently talking about computers. “I’m still processing,” one might say, or “It is possible to do a quick download of the findings?” There’s a reason computer metaphors are peppered across academic papers and lectures about the brain, according to Matthew Cobb, a zoologist and the author […]...Read More

Brain-Booster: Students must overcome exam fear

It is rightly said FEAR has two meanings: Forget everything and run orFace everything and rise. The choice of what you want to do is yours. A well-known fear that we know is of kids and students exam time fear. Students everywhere we see get very worried for marks and good grades. We all know […]...Read More

Brain-Booster: How to conquer absent-mindedness

I am not absentminded. It is the presence of mind that makes me unaware of everything else. G. K. Chesterton (Philosopher) We are in an age where there is so much to do but in so little time. In this fast-paced world, you could find yourself become inattentive and forgetful. This mental state that you […]...Read More