Memory is the process by which information is sensed, encoded, stored, connected, and retrieved. Memory refers primarily to data stored in the human brain, but broadly refers to any organic, inorganic, or theoretical system that can store and recall data.
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Mirror neurons are neurons that “fire” when observing an action and when performing an action, this allows for learning through imitation (“mirroring”).
Cognitive Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a computer program that can think, learn, and generally mimic human cognition.
The speed and complexity of our thoughts exceed our abilities of language and communication, specifically our ability to convey complex ideas.
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Explicit bias is conscious bias, implicit bias is subconscious bias. Everyone has natural implicit and explicit bias, it’s part of being human and what shapes our actions and attitudes.
In pop-science, in reference to the brain, you’ll hear the terms “hardwired” and “softwired”, hardwired means genetically programed and softwired means learned.