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Theory: Flexibility is at the heart of human intelligence

Centuries of study have yielded many theories about how the brain gives rise to human intelligence. Some think it arises from a single region or neural network. 45 more words


Xi Jinping Paid A Visit To His New Command Center

No other Chinese leader has appeared in digital battle dress uniform as much as Xi Jinping. Just two weeks after cementing his grip on power… 616 more words


Brain Anatomical Network and Intelligence

Intuitively, higher intelligence might be assumed to correspond to more efficient information transfer in the brain, but no direct evidence has been reported from the perspective of brain networks. 194 more words


Intelligence in the Twitter Age

Intelligence may have a bright future. Advances in imagery and signals processing technology mean that intelligence agencies can deliver remarkably accurate and timely intelligence to civilian officials and military commanders. 75 more words


China And Belarus Are Building A Firmer Alliance

On October 30 the defense minister of Belarus was welcomed in Beijing for a meeting with his Chinese counterpart. According to the Ministry of National Defense (MND) the two officials discussed the growing alliance between their countries, an alliance hinged on Chinese investments and collaboration in Belarus’ local industry. 456 more words


The neuroscience of human intelligence differences

Neuroscience is contributing to an understanding of the biological bases of human
intelligence differences. This work is principally being conducted along two empirical fronts: genetics — quantitative and molecular — and brain imaging. 71 more words


Nutritional status, brain network organization, and general intelligence

A new study reveals higher levels of monounsaturated fatty acids are linked to greater general intelligence.

Nutrition has been linked to cognitive performance, but researchers have not pinpointed what underlies the connection. 59 more words