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A man regained consciousness after 15 years in a vegetative state. But what does that really mean?
We’re terrible at defining the difference between life and death.
The test used to see if animals are self-aware might not actually work
The famed mirror test might not be as useful as we thought
New Test Could Tell Whether Comatose Patients Will Wake Up
The secret is in the brain's sugar consumption
How Much Do You Daydream? You Could Be Addicted
A researcher says it should be considered a real problem, but not everyone agrees
‘Trial’ Explores The Perils Of Body Switching
A dark and thought-provoking sci-fi short
Self-Aware Robot Shows Progress of AI
A Small Self-Aware Robot Showed Minimal Intelligence During a Test
How To Create Super-Intelligent Machines That Won’t Kill Us
Preventing an Age of Ultron
Breakthrough Study That Found Consciousness In Vegetative Patients Was Flawed
A reanalysis by a second research group suggests a 2011 study that used EEG to detect consciousness in three vegetative patients was fooled by randomness.
Why Do Children Think Covering Their Eyes Makes Them Invisible?
Young children nearly universally seem to think that closing or covering their eyes makes them invisible to others. Cambridge researchers are finding out why.