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Guillaume Thierry

Guillaume Thierry

Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, Bangor University
I am passionate about the human mind and how it makes sense of the world around us. My research is devoted to understanding how we form concepts, consciously or unconsciously, how we manipulate them, through language or nonverbally, how we learn, remember, forget, and imagine. In my applied work, I strive to inspire individuals to attain higher state of awareness of the world and of themselves. I share real stories and construct fictional ones to entice the imagination of others and invite everyone along on the path to higher levels of insight, understanding, and joy.

AI called GPT-3 can now write like a human without thinking like one

Sep 20, 2020 06:07 am UTC| Technology

Since it was unveiled earlier this year, the new AI-based language generating software GPT-3 has attracted much attention for its ability to produce passages of writing that are convincingly human-like. Some have even...

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Economy

South Korea's exports up 4% in November

South Korea posted exports worth $45.8 billion in November, increasing by 4 percent on-year while rebounding from a 3.8 percent drop last month. The countrys daily exports in November also rose 6.3 percent on-year,...

S. Korea's carmakers suffer 5% sales dip in November

South Korea five carmakers sold a combined 674,040 vehicles in November, down 5 percent from the 710,466 units a year as the coronavirus outbreak continued to sap global demand. A series of strikes added to the...

Zimbabwe's cannabis earnings forecast of $1.25 billion is 'ambitious': economist

Zimbabwes export earnings projection from cannabis to reach $1.25 billion in 2021, three times more than tobacco, was called ambitious by an independent economist based in Harare, John Robertson. The economist said...

US legislators to vote on bill that may delist Chinese firms

The US House of Representatives is set to vote on a bill threatening to boot Chinese companies, including behemoths like Alibaba and Baidu, out of American stock markets. The bill, entitled Holding Foreign Companies...

Japan, China hope travel restart would boost economies

Japan and China are hopeful that the easing of border controls and compulsory 14-day quarantine requirements to expedite their economic recoveries. The two countries started accepting visa applications for business...

Politics

Barack Obama joined by Bill Clinton and George Bush in volunteering for coronavirus vaccination

Barack Obama and the other former presidents of America, including Bill Clinton and George W. Bush agreed to receive the coronavirus vaccine to prove to the people that they are safe to use. The trio is aiming to promote...

Donald Trump fury: POTUS reportedly has not ruled out possibility of dismissing Attorney General Barr

Despite Donald Trumps refusal to concede and accept defeat, his days in the White House Oval Office remain numbered. Another one of Trumps allies has spoken out against his claims of voter fraud. During a White House...

Melania Trump mocked: Comedian pokes fun at FLOTUS' final White House Christmas decorations

First lady Melania Trump previously unveiled the White House Christmas decorations for this year. However, the decorations were met with mixed reactions and some celebrities have poked fun at the first ladys final attempt...

Joe Biden backs bipartisan COVID-19 relief bill

Millions of Americans remain infected with COVID-19 and over 250,000 have perished while the country suffers an economic collapse. As lawmakers scramble to put together a bill to relieve many Americans at this time, they...

Science

Mars mission: Study suggests life on Mars may be found under the surface

Many space agencies are on the lookout for what may be found on Mars that has yet to be discovered in upcoming missions to the red planet. A study has suggested that scientists may have to dig deeper into the Martian soil...

Mars mission: Elon Musk, SpaceX seek to transport humans to Mars within six years

Having already landed on the Moon a few times before, space agencies are now looking into the Mars missions to get to the red planet. Among those agencies is the privately-owned SpaceX, and Elon Musk seeks to be able to...

NASA discovery: Massive black hole 13 million light-years away discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope

Black holes are among the most elusive of space entities as these can also be quite hard to spot. NASA has recently reexamined an image of a distant galaxy taken by the Hubble and discovered a massive black hole in the...

Asteroid news: Scientists say 2020 SO may be a piece of rocket from NASA

Astronomers as of late are keeping tabs on the activity exhibited by a supposed asteroid known as 2020 SO. Not long after its flyby with our planet, scientists now have an idea as to what it actually is. Given its name,...

Technology

Xiaomi Mi 11 is reportedly launching at the ‘end of December’

Xiaomis product announcement plans for 2020 might not be finished yet. The company could end the year with the launch of the Mi 11 series, a reliable leaker reported. Xiaomi Mi 11 release date: Announcement happens...

MacBook Pro 2021 to sport Mini-LED displays, new form factor, and Apple Silicon

Apple is expected to have big plans for its MacBook Pro line in 2021. Well-known TFI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuos recent prediction suggests there will be two new premium laptops from the tech giant that will sport new...

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ devs will go after spoiler-filled content uploaded before game launches

Cyberpunk 2077 developer CD Projekt Red has a message for online content creators about posting videos that would spoil the gameplay and its plot. The studio warns it will send MAX-TAC to anyone who will do it way before...

Microsoft Surface Pro 8 to launch in mid-January 2021, report claims

More evidence recently appeared online suggesting that Microsoft is going to update its 2-in-1 tablet computer line. It appears that the company gearing up to launch Surface Pro 8, and it could be happening much sooner...
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