For decades Ray Kurzweil has explored how artificial intelligence can enrich...
For decades Ray Kurzweil has explored how artificial intelligence can enrich and expand human capabilities. In his latest book, How To Create A Mind, he takes this exploration to the next step: reverse-engineering the brain to understand precisely how it works, then applying that knowledge to create intelligent machines. In the near term, Ray's project at Google is developing artificial intelligence based on biologically inspired models of the neocortex to enhance functions such as search, answering questions, interacting with the user, and language translation. The goal is to understand natural language to communicate with the user as well as to understand the meaning of web documents and books. In the long term, Ray believes it is only by extending our minds with our intelligent technology that we can overcome humanity's grand challenges.
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This is a blissful amazing meditation it activates the pineal gland and boost some dopamine...
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in the brain you might feel some headache at the beginning from the frequencies but it will subside if you continuously meditate with this blisscoded sound .
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Dopamine is produced in several areas of the brain, including the substantia nigra and the ventral tegmental area. It is a neurohormone that is released by the hypothalamus. Its action is as a hormone that is an inhibitor or prolactin release from the anterior lobe of the pituitary.
Dopamine signals pleasure, arousal, concentration and is at the base of the "reward" system, by which our brain determines if an action has had good results and should be repeated as an habit. This function is responsible for addiction, as drugs who increase the effect of dopamine send false reward signals. ADD is caused by a lack of dopamine, resulting in a lack of concentration.
It also has a role in motricity, sending out orders to the muscles. It's most noticeable when that function fails, as in Parkingson's disease.
Did you know that when you're in love, dopamine gives you the same feeling as when you would use cocaine? Every time you see your love, you get a shot of dopamine and it's addictive. Everyone who has been in love knows they wanted to see the one they were in love with again and again and again.
But when you're in a relationship for a longer period, let's say about two years; your body doesn't produce that much dopamine anymore. The feeling of being in love slowly changed in loving him or her.
When you eat healthy, you'll probably get enough vitamin B6 and magnesium.Those two together make your body produce dopamine. So make sure you get enough.