Is technology tweaking our brains?
Toddlers addicted to smart phones, speaking to a cyborg, computers that predict emotion, electrically inducing human creativity and is technology widening the inequality gap?
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Children, as young as four, are receiving treatment for technology addiction. Dr Richard Graham set up the UK's first treatment clinic.
Combining a UV light, coloured dyes and a mathematical model, scientists have developed a new system to study mouse social interactions...
What have studies to date shown us about the effects of technology on the human brain?
Scientists at the University of Sydney have used a safe electrical technique to boost our problem-solving abilities...
Kevin Warwick, Cybernetics Professor at Reading University has delved deep into his nervous system to become one of the world’s first cyborg
Are emotions a key part of what defines us as individuals, and subjective and conscious beings? And if so, could computers crack them?
Could rapid advancements with technology led to higher levels of social inequality?