By Neuroscience News
This week's top Neuroscience News stories include investigations into how AI can outperform humans on tests of creativity, and how hot is too hot for humans.
A recent study uncovers striking differences in letter-sound knowledge between genders in Norway, favoring girls.
In an impressive display, GPT-4-based AI ChatGPT equals the top 1% of human thinkers in a standard creativity test.
By consciously slowing down our breath, we can stimulate the parasympathetic 'rest and digest' response.
Researchers find the human body's upper critical temperature (UCT) likely lies between 104-122°F (40°C -50°C).
A novel study finds that a person's hand scent can accurately predict their sex. Using mass spectrometry, the study achieved a remarkable 96.67% accuracy rate.
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