The confounding logic of Dr. NIM.
Researchers are trying to beat the 'catastrophic forgetting' problem in digital brains.
Williams is full of crap, right? Well, maybe not.
This week, we take a look at the real-life research that's being done today to make the scenarios we see in the second half of Black Mirror a reality.
The 21st century’s ‘Twilight Zone’ is creepy, but it isn’t farfetched—here are the companies trying to make the tech from the first four episodes real.
So maybe forget about your legacy and get something done, eh?
Our computers remember all the WiFi networks we've ever connected to. But so do we.
As it turns out, it’s the little things that we remember most fondly, not that epic, boozy trip to Vegas.
The emotional "valence" of a memory can be easily switched, once you know where in the brain it's stored.
Researchers can now turn memories on and off, and this is good news for PTSD and Alzheimer's sufferers.