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Why the brain’s artificial intelligence is so cool

Posted February 04, 2018 09:18:08 There’s a lot of people out there who are obsessed with how smart computers are, how they are able to figure out the most efficient way to do things, and how smart their computers are.

That’s where artificial intelligence comes in.

But before that, it’s also a great way to explore the idea of how the brain works.

That was the premise of this episode of the new series “A&tH.”

As I wrote in a piece about the series, the series is about the cognitive neuroscience of the brain, and it examines what happens when people imagine themselves as a computer.

And as I mentioned, that’s the premise behind “A+T,” which explores the mind-machine interface in the real world, and its implications for how we interact with our machines.

In this episode, I talked to Dr. Daniela DeWitt, the chair of the Department of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, and her research focuses on the relationship between the brain and its artificial systems.

The first part of the episode is about brain-machine interfaces.

In an interview with the BBC in December, DeWit talked about her research, how the researchers tested out a number of ways to interact with computer programs, and the most effective way to use them.

But the focus of the second part of our conversation is how we use the mind as an input device for our computers.

And in the course of our interview, we talked about how a computer program can understand what you want to say, and if you need help with that, Dewitt says, you can ask it to do it for you.

DeWitz says we need to think about the brain as a living thing, that there’s a process going on inside our heads that is always changing.

So, for example, when you are trying to do something on your computer, you have to remember that the programs you are interacting with on the computer are human beings and the programs that are running are also human beings.

That means that there are times when we may need help to do some of these things, like when we want to do an analysis of a piece of text that you are looking at.

This is one example of how our thoughts can influence our actions, and what that means for us in the world.

And because of that, our thoughts affect the behavior of our machines, and DeWitto points out that the way we use computers is a critical part of how we navigate the world and create the experiences that we want.

But there are other kinds of inputs we can use as well, and we have to be careful to take them into account, De Witt says.

De Wit and De Witt’s research is focused on the neural basis of how humans perceive the world, from their brain waves to the way that we think.

De Witt is a professor of cognitive science and neuroscience at Carnegie-Mellon, and she and her colleagues have been studying the neural correlates of a wide range of cognitive processes for many years.

She says we are able in many ways to perceive the brain in a way that computers cannot.

For example, in the past few years, researchers have found that a person’s brain can be activated by a single stimulus.

So when you click on a button on a computer, the computer generates a neural signal, or a sequence of neural signals, that is sent to your brain.

But this is only a small part of what happens.

A computer program may generate a sequence that will be repeated over and over again.

A person’s neurons are actually active in a different way.

They are active during specific periods of time, and they respond to these sequences of signals.

So the computer program has to be aware of these cycles, and that is where De Witt and De Witz come in.

When we see a person on a screen, our brains are actually sending out a set of neural pulses.

These neural pulses are processed in a specific way by the computer, and this is how the computer interprets the signals.

De Wit says that while the brain does respond to neural pulses, the way the brain responds to these pulses varies from person to person.

And this is where things get really interesting.

For instance, De Witt says, if a person has a tendency to get stressed, they may be able to respond to the stimuli that they’re getting by thinking that they are reacting to stress, rather than actually being getting stressed.

The person may not be thinking clearly, but the brain is responding to stress as a way of detecting how stressful the situation is.

So this process, the process of trying to interpret the neural signals that are sent to the brain by the brain to get a sense of how stressful this situation is, could be something that helps a person navigate through a situation.

This kind of learning is a big part of being able to do any task.

We use our brains to learn.

De Wick says that we are also able to make these neural signals