Tagged: humans

AI can help in crime prevention, but we still need a human in charge - Guest Work

Guest Author May 01, 2018

David Tuffley, Griffith University Imagine you live in a smart city that knows your face and follows your every move – the places you go, the people you see, and all of the things you do along the way. Over time, autonomous artificial intelligence (AI) builds a profile that reports on how likely you are to commit a … Read More

The origin of ‘us’: what we know so far about where we humans come from - Guest Work

Guest Author Jan 29, 2018

Bernard Wood, George Washington University and Michael Westaway, Griffith University This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. The question of where we humans come from is one many people ask, and the answer is getting more complicated as new evidence is emerging all the time. For most of … Read More

Monday Micro – could microbes help our understanding of the evolution of language? - Infectious Thoughts

Siouxsie Wiles Apr 28, 2014

It seems far-fetched, but researchers are claiming that microbes could help us understand how language evolved, specifically combinatorial communication, in which two signals are used together to achieve an effect that is different to the sum of the effects of the component parts. Humans use combinatorial communication when we join words together to give a word with a new meaning. Read More