422 examples of Abilities in a sentence
The problem with these stories is that they show what the data shows: women systematically underestimate their own
Seek out ways to showcase your unique skills and
outside of just the standard resume and cover letter.
I want you now to imagine a wearable robot that gives you superhuman abilities, or another one that takes wheelchair users up standing and walking again.
Attention is the basis of all higher cognitive and emotional
And they are doing some fantastic research into the characteristics, into the
and the socialization of hackers.
And if we want computers to relate to us and help amplify our creative abilities, I feel that we'll need to start thinking about how to make computers be intuitive.
This is one these magical
that we humans have.
So I'm going to give you a list of
and characteristics, and I want you to think for each of these
where you stand relative to the rest of the population.
So most of us put ourselves above average on most of these
And there are those individuals who have incredible artistic
Just in the past couple years, we've seen digital tools display skills and
that they never, ever had before, and that kind of eat deeply into what we human beings do for a living.
I'm working on my listening abilities, but it's an art form to listen and not judge.
The second thing is that due to the unique sensory
of this mammal, if we study this mammal, we're going to get great insight into our diseases of the senses, such as blindness and deafness.
Someone had accused me of being North Korean, so they tested my Chinese language abilities, and asked me tons of questions.
But you might be surprised to know that one of the careers that he encourages people to consider, if they have the right
and character, is to go into banking or finance.
We are not alone in these
The 20th century has shown enormous cognitive reserves in ordinary people that we have now realized, and the aristocracy was convinced that the average person couldn't make it, that they could never share their mindset or their cognitive
I mean, you have 100 billion nerve cells, little wisps of protoplasm, interacting with each other, and from this activity emerges the whole spectrum of
that we call human nature and human consciousness.
And I think it's a basis of many uniquely human
like abstraction, metaphor and creativity.
Our tissues all have very different
to regenerate, and here we see poor Prometheus, who made a rather tricky career choice and was punished by the Greek gods.
When the visual cortex is deprived of input from the eyes, even temporarily, the brain still tries to create a coherent picture, but the limits of its
become a lot more obvious.
Some abilities, of course, decrease with age.
at tasks requiring physical strength and stamina, ambition, and the power of novel reasoning in a circumscribed situation, such as figuring out the structure of DNA, best left to scientists under the age of 30.
Now, if neurons are the functional information processing units of the brain, then the owners of these two brains should have similar cognitive
Our brain weighs between 1.2 and 1.5 kilos, but elephant brains weigh between four and five kilos, and whale brains can weigh up to nine kilos, which is why scientists used to resort to saying that our brain must be special to explain our cognitive
We found that we have, on average, 86 billion neurons, 16 billion of which are in the cerebral cortex, and if you consider that the cerebral cortex is the seat of functions like awareness and logical and abstract reasoning, and that 16 billion is the most neurons that any cortex has, I think this is the simplest explanation for our remarkable cognitive
My answer is that we have the largest number of neurons in the cerebral cortex, and I think that's the simplest explanation for our remarkable cognitive
So how could it be that the bats maintain this complex, stable social structure with such limited cognitive
Finally, in robotic motion planning, there have been a variety of recent techniques that have tried to take advantage of
of robots to maximize future freedom of action in order to accomplish complex tasks.
So what I wanted to do next is, I wanted to find out how we could harness these residual vocal
and build a technology that could be customized for them, voices that could be customized for them.