Category: Anthropology

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The diet of Homo naledi

  Homo naledi individuals chipped their teeth remarkably often, with far more fractures than nearly all studied hominin populations (humans and closely related fossil species). This is among the first evidence to be presented on...

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Teaching robots how to be moral

Scientists are trying to teach robots social norms and social conventions or, more in general, to distinguish ‘right’ from ‘wrong’. The extremely intriguing study has being carried out by Professor Mark Riedl at the...

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