We should be concerned about the deployment of surveillance tech without any judicial oversight
According to studies, our memory optimises decision-making by only remembering key points or valuable information. Forgetting the unimportant details is basically making space or optimising the memory for what matters. Researchers from the University of Toronto stated that new memories could overwrite old memories. They said, “It is important for the brain to forget irrelevant details. People can instead focus and optimise their memory to help them make intelligent decisions in the real world.”
Long admired for their intelligence, ravens are now known to be able to plan ahead, a skill previously thought to belong only to humans and great apes, says a study.
Security has been beefed up at Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport following tip-off on subversive activities provided by detectives, the airport director says. The alert came after the killings of two foreign nationals and a blasts during Shia Muslim community's Ashura programme.
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A long-term study points to a link between breastfeeding and intelligence