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As momentum gains for a more cognitive and social approach for training AI, neuroscience studies that help us understand how we learn from one another may also benefit learning algorithms that teach AI to learn by observing us.
In nine experiments, psychologist Jorge Morales, philosopher Alex Bax, and cognitive scientist Chaz Firestone showed that the elliptical image on the back of the eye likely stays with us.
This difference drew popular attention and was suggested to cause cognitive sex differences.
Previous studies found that running also stimulates fat cells and muscle to benefit the brain’s regenerative and cognitive functions—with each organ using their own molecular “phone lines.”
Research now suggests that use results in prolonged lifespan and enhanced cognitive and immune function.
Changes in synapses alter brain networks, the authors said, which are potentially relevant to the “trajectory of cognitive functions described in lifespan studies of human behavior.”
What we found was within three to six months, we can move a child in very short order to have very strong cognitive test scores and very strong executive-function skills.
You get adult neurogenesis, and that enhances cognitive performance.
For what it’s worth, there’s also a growing body of evidence showing that simply doing physical tasks — just vacuuming the floor or chopping onions or doing some gardening — that these activities improve cognitive function.
HONEY, I GREW THE ECONOMY (EP. 399)STEPHEN J. DUBNERDECEMBER 5, 2019FREAKONOMICS
Knowing what we know about cognitive biases, it’s easy to see why he might also be perceived as brilliant, or at least very clever.

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