Infant Common Sense, Magnetoreception, Depression Posture
Today we discuss how infants beat out AI when it comes to common sense, how fruit flies’ use of magnetoreceptors can teach about humans, and what depression has to do with your posture.
Infant Common Sense
- “Commonsense psychology in human infants and machines” by Gala Stojnić et al.
- “Infants Outperform AI in “Commonsense Psychology”” by James Devitt
- “Careers Up Close: Moira R. Dillon on Infants and Children, Humanlike AI, and Commonsense Psychology” by Moira R. Dillon
- “AI-powered Bing Chat spills its secrets via prompt injection attack [Updated]” by BENJ EDWARDS
- “Animals' 'sixth sense' is more widespread than previously thought” by University of Manchester
- “Essential elements of radical pair magnetosensitivity in Drosophila” by Adam A. Bradlaugh
- “Magnetism in Animals” by Apex Magnets
- “A New Bodily Approach for Treating Anxiety and Depression” by Vanessa Lancaster
- “Motor alterations in depression and anxiety disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis” by Emma Elkjær et al.
- “How can emotions be both cognitive and bodily?” by Michelle Maiese
- “Evolution and function of multimodal courtship displays” by Clémentine Mitoyen, Cliodhna Quigley, and Leonida Fusani
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