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Majority Of Office Workers Feel Artificial Intelligence Could Replace Them Within 5 Years

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Jun 06, 2020 … NEW YORK — As Americans prepare to return to offices and other places of work, a new poll reveals that many worry about how long their jobs will last. Many office workers now believe the skills they’ve learned won’t be able to keep up in a world relying more and more on artificial intelligence. A…

Is Artificial Intelligence More Trustworthy Than Humans When It Comes To Personal Info?

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Jun 10, 2019 … UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Could artificial intelligence be the key to limiting privacy issues and identity theft for companies in the future? A study by researchers at Penn State University found that people are more likely to trust machines with their personal information than other humans. The findings seem to fly in the face of people’s…

Artificial intelligence sheds fresh light on origins of the Dead Sea Scrolls

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Apr 21, 2021 … GRONINGEN, Netherlands — There are still many unanswered questions about the world in biblical times. While many find their answers in faith, science is shedding fresh light on one of the most famous ancient texts. Researchers at the University of Groningen are using artificial intelligence to crack the code of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Using…

A Smarter Person’s Brain Is Simply Wired Better, Study Finds

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Dec 01, 2017 … FRANKFURT, Germany — Brainiacs happen to have thinking organs that are physically designed to outperform, a new study finds. Researchers at Goethe University Frankfurt in Germany looked at brain scans of more than 300 participants, while simultaneously consulting graph theoretical network analysis methods, to try to determine what helps form human intelligence. Explaining how the brain’s…

Wolves Smarter Than Dogs? Study Finds Differences in Logical Ability

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Sep 20, 2017 … ERNSTBRUNN, Austria — Twenty five miles north of Vienna, under the shade of an oak forest, packs of wolves run, play, and contribute to science. Working with a team of international researchers, these human-socialized wolves recently participated in an experiment that has given them bragging rights over their domesticated cousins. In this recent study out…

People Who Like Dark Humor Are More Intelligent, Study Finds

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Oct 25, 2020 … VIENNA — Having an appreciation for dark or “black” humor doesn’t make you a disgusting human being after all, a new study finds. In fact, it actually may speak well for your overall character, despite prior studies claiming otherwise. The surprising findings by researchers at the Medical University of Vienna in Austria took its results from 156…

Blink & You’ll Miss It: AI Solves Rubik’s Cube — In A Fraction Of A Second!

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Jul 16, 2019 … IRVINE, Calif. — The Rubik’s Cube has been frustrating would-be solvers for decades, and whenever someone is able to conquer it, it’s an achievement worthy of recognition. Now, researchers from the University of California have created an extraordinary artificial intelligence system capable of solving the Rubik’s Cube — in a fraction of a second. The AI…

Artificial Intelligence System May Unlock COVID-19 Vaccine Far Faster Than Humans

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May 05, 2020 … EVANSTON, Ill. — It’s safe to say that most people didn’t spend all that much time pondering the approval and development process of new vaccines in 2019. In 2020, though, speeding up the timeline for COVID-19 treatments and a vaccine is one of the most talked about topics all over the planet. With each passing day…

Supercomputer displays amazing abilities of AI in live competition against champion debaters

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Jul 24, 2021 … by Mark Waghorn, South West News Service HAIFA, Israel — A supercomputer has held its own in live debates with humans, openings the door to artificial intelligence taking decision making roles. The remarkable feat will raise concerns about the rise of machines – that can think. Named “Project Debater,” the ambitious device can discuss about…

Study: First-born children are smarter, more successful than their siblings

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Dec 08, 2020 … EDINBURGH, Scotland — First-born children often think they’re smarter than their siblings – and now science seems to back them up. A recent study conducted jointly by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and the University of Sydney in Australia finds that eldest children tended to have higher IQs than their younger brothers and sisters,…

How Your Belly Affects Your Brain: As We Age, Excess Body Fat Worsens ‘Fluid Intelligence’

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Dec 23, 2019 … AMES, Iowa — There are plenty of reasons to strive for a healthy and fit body in old age, but just in case you needed one more, look no further than a recent study conducted at Iowa State University. Less muscle and excess body weight in older adults, specifically extra belly fat, may negatively influence one’s…

Melodic Minds: Smart People Learn Music Faster, Study Indicates

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Nov 18, 2019 … EAST LANSING, Mich. — The term “musical genius” is usually thrown around in reference to well known and groundbreaking musicians and song writers like Mozart or Chopin. However, according to the results of a new study, high intellect may be far more common among musicians than many assume. After analyzing how a group of beginning pianists…

Low IQ Associated With Greater Risk Of Suicide, Study Finds

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Oct 09, 2019 … SOLNA, Sweden — Nearly 800,000 people die due to suicide annually, which works out to roughly one death every 40 seconds. Now, a new study shows links one’s intelligence to the chances of taking their own life. Researchers from the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have found a connection between low IQ scores in adolescence and a…

Buzzworthy Study: Wasps Have Evolved To Recognize Faces

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Jan 28, 2020 … ITHACA, N.Y. — When it comes to intelligence, a certain species of wasp flies above the majority of insects found on our planet. Researchers at Cornell University have made the groundbreaking discovery that the Northern paper wasp (Polistes fuscatus) has evolved the remarkable ability to recognize individual faces among its own kind. While that may not…

Music lessons don’t make kids smarter, study finds

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Jul 30, 2020 … Study authors declare that “teaching music with the sole intent of enhancing a child’s cognitive or academic skills may be pointless.” LONDON — Parents who think guitar or piano lessons will help their child’s academic performance may end up singing the blues themselves, according to a surprising new study. Researchers from both Japan and England conclude…