Analysis of acoustic signals bottlenose dolphins showed the potential that they have developed spoken language

Researchers from the Karadag nature reserve, recorded “conversation” between two dolphins with the help they have developed an underwater microphone. After that, the recorded audio signals were thoroughly analyzed. Was also developed a system of analysis of acoustic signals of dolphins that allows you to distinguish between voices of different individuals.
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Free app MyShake, developed in the laboratory of UC Berkeley will turn the smartphone into a mini-seismograph

We welcome our readers to the pages of the blog iCover. Today we will talk about the free app MyShake developed at the seismological laboratory of the University of Berkeley in California. The application works on the smartphone in the background and allows the user to proactively fix potentially dangerous seismic activity.



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[Sandbox] WTM (temporal Waveform memory) – a neural network model for solving the problem of adaptive behavior

Present for the consideration of abrollsoftware a neural network model developed to solve the problem of adaptive behavior (and its subtasks: recognition and prediction sequences).
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What they are about liberity reformers? On illicit financial flows, bled Russia

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The praying mantises wearing 3D glasses for evidence of the existence in insects of stereoscopic vision


Where’s my popcorn? (photo: Newcastle University)
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