A small brain, a small brain, keeps pace with the latest technology that has evolved throughout the history of mankind. Stand firm, because honey bees and wild bees can recognize your hundreds.
As human beings, most of the time, we are often unsuccessful in recognizing faces. Since the complex structure of our brain has not yet been fully solved, we find the solution in technology. Smartphones and software used by billions of people today can recognize faces and store these definitions in data banks. Of course we did not come to this point. For hundreds of thousands of years, we have created a vast development area called technology by the novice war against nature. In doing so, we always have an empathy, but something we forgot: Nature already has almost everything we caught eye.
A newly published study revealed that "Apis mellifera", which we know as honey bee, and "Vespula vulgaris", which we know as donkey bee or wild bee, can recognize the face.
These creatures, which have very small brains compared to our brains, really surprise the human beings. Because there are an average of 86 billion cells in the human brain, there are less than 1 million brain cells on average. Which proves to us that the brain function is not related to the size. Obviously, rather than pursuing the mysteries of the human brain, focusing on the beasts full of surprises like bears can present more point detections of how artificial intelligence technologies can be designed.
We are very good at recognizing the faces of people close to us as humans. Think of the possibility of encountering a friend in a train station where people are moving in different directions, and your immediate reaction at this stage. It seems to be a very difficult situation, but the number of transactions done in our brain in salicyler is millions. This is the point we come to in today's artificial intelligence. It is easy to recognize a single face, is it easy to recognize that face from thousands of people?
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Our expertise in defining faces is based on a method called "holistic processing", as we know from scientific studies. This allows different faces to be remembered more than others at the same time. We see more than one face at the same time and decide whether or not we recognize it. When we are familiar with a face, we recognize different features, such as eyes, nose, mouth and ears. You do not know anyone just by the nose or the eye, right? This is difficult unless there is a very specific difference. Again, a holistic approach. In the same way we define not only the hundreds, but also other creatures and objects as a whole. For this reason, being able to go from piece to piece in games such as jigsaw puzzles allows us to use different functions in our brains.
We are trying to improve the capabilities of holistic intelligence in holistic identification of all this information. For example, when we take a picture of a flower with our smartphones, we can learn its characteristic and its characteristics. We learn from ourselves and adapt to the technologies we develop. This brings another question: Do you have any other living species that can act like us? As you have just learned.
The stage winged insect species are:
Honeybee is one of the most accessible species to investigate visual processing techniques. The bears will be a little difficult to believe, but they can be trained with a sweet reward. What emerged in recent research has also revealed an important ability to adapt to this rewarding system.
Another donkey species, Polistes fuscatus, has revealed that bees have specialized brain mechanisms on facial recognition. Moreover, all of these beings are able to use the same holistic processing techniques as human beings.
In the tests performed, the bears record the achromatic (black and white) images of human faces in their memories. The tests show that these insects have developed their own face recognition technologies, even though they do not need any evolutionary cause to process human faces. It was also found that the bears could remember a limited number of faces. This is directly related to brain size.
Human or other creatures' image processing abilities continue to be enlightened by scientific discoveries that will open the way for artificial intelligence technologies.
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