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An AI has spontaneously developed a human-like 'sense' for numbers
By Adam Stanton*
Prosthetic hand gets sense of touch with electronic 'skin'
Engineers have developed an electronic ‘skin’ that allows prosthetic hand users to perceive a real sense of touch.
Breakthrough study shows how plants sense the world
Plants lack eyes and ears, but they can still see, hear, smell and respond to environmental cues and dangers — especially to virulent pathogens.
Woman receives bionic hand with sense of touch
By Fergus Walsh*
Bacteria have a sense of touch
Although bacteria have no sensory organs in the classical sense, they are still masters in perceiving their environment.
Sense of smell more powerful than you think
When it comes to our sense of smell, we have been led to believe that animals win out over humans: No way can we compete with dogs and rodents, some of the best sniffers in the animal kingdom.
A sense for infrared light
Laser physicists from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics developed a measuring system for light waves in the near-infrared range.
Echolocation, a sixth sense for blind people
Could echolocation - a skill commonly linked with bats - be used as a "sixth sense" for blind people? Researchers have found that blind people using echolocation are just as susceptible to visual illusions as sighted people.
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