MIT researchers have found that languages tend to divide the "warm" part of the color spectrum into more colors words than the "cooler" regions, which makes communication of warmer colors more consistent. Image generated by Richard Futrell, Gibson Lab. Learn more.
When it comes to brain teasers, understanding how the human mind produces intelligent behavior is one of the most puzzling. Especially when it comes to programming machines with human-level intelligence.
The mission of the Simons Center for the Social Brain (SCSB) at MIT, now in its sixth year, is to understand the neural mechanisms underlying social cognition and behavior, and to translate this knowledge into better diagnosis and treatment of aut