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AI developed at Harvard identifies the shortest path to human happiness

Researchers have created a digital model of psychology with the goal of improving mental health. The system offers ultimate personalization and identifies the shortest path to a group of mental stability for each individual. Deep Longevity, in collaboration with Harvard Medical School, presents a deep learning approach to mental health. Deep Longevity published a paper …

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Colorful Human Brain Illustration

AI developed at Harvard identifies the shortest path to human happiness

Researchers have created a digital model of psychology with the goal of improving mental health. The system offers ultimate personalization and identifies the shortest path to a group of mental stability for each individual. Deep Longevity, in collaboration with Harvard Medical School, presents a deep learning approach to mental health. Deep Longevity published a paper …

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Octopuses may be so frighteningly smart because they share human genes for intelligence

Octopuses may be so frighteningly smart because they share human genes for intelligence

Octopuses are smart creatures with sophisticated intelligence, and now scientists have uncovered a clue that may partially explain the cephalopods’ remarkable intelligence: Their genes have a genetic quirk also seen in humans, a new study reveals. The clues the scientists discovered are called “jumping genes” or transposons, and they do 45% of the human genome. …

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A 419-million-year-old Chinese fossil shows that the human middle ear evolved from fish gills

3D Shuu brain enclosures. Credit: IVPP The human middle ear – which contains three tiny, vibrating bones – is key to transmitting sound vibrations to the inner ear, where they become nerve impulses that allow us to hear. Embryonic and fossil evidence proves that the human middle ear evolved from a fish ear. However, the …

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