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Brief History of Intelligence

Why the Evolution of the Brain Holds the Key to the Future of Ai

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‘Max Bennett published two scientific papers on brain evolution that blew me away. Now he has turned these into a fabulous book, A Brief History of Intelligence. His friendly writing style, clear jargon-free prose, and well of information make this book a winner.’ Joseph LeDoux, Henry and Lucy Moses Professor of Neural Science & Psychology at NYU, bestselling author of Anxious and A Deep History of Ourselves

‘With a truly mindboggling scope, A Brief History of Intelligence integrates the most relevant scientific knowledge to paint the big picture of how the human mind emerged. The red line through this book never gets blurred by unnecessary detail or jargoned language. It makes for exciting reading for virtually everybody, laypersons and experts alike.’ Kurt Kotrschal, Professor at Department of Behavioral Biology at University of Vienna, author of Dog & Human: The secret of our soul mates

‘If you’re in the least bit curious about that 3-pound grey blob between your ears, read this book. Max Bennett’s entertaining and enlightening natural history of brains is a tour de force–as refreshing as it is entertaining. It made my brain happy.’ Jonathan Balcombe, bestselling author of Super Fly, and the New York Times bestseller What a Fish Knows

‘Max Bennett gives a lively account of how brains evolved, and how the brain works today. A Brief History of Intelligence is engaging, comprehensive, and brimming with novel insights.’ Kent Berridge, James Olds Distinguished Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience at University of Michigan

‘If you want to know how our ancestors were able to “weaponize their imaginarium to survive”, then this is the book for you. In fact, this book discloses everything you always wanted to know about the brain (but were afraid to ask). It is an incredible resource.’ Karl Friston, Scientific Director for Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging; Professor at Queen Square Institute of Neurology, University College London

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Forlag
William Collins
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780008560096
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
24 x 16 cm

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‘Max Bennett published two scientific papers on brain evolution that blew me away. Now he has turned these into a fabulous book, A Brief History of Intelligence. His friendly writing style, clear jargon-free prose, and well of information make this book a winner.’ Joseph LeDoux, Henry and Lucy Moses Professor of Neural Science & Psychology at NYU, bestselling author of Anxious and A Deep History of Ourselves

‘With a truly mindboggling scope, A Brief History of Intelligence integrates the most relevant scientific knowledge to paint the big picture of how the human mind emerged. The red line through this book never gets blurred by unnecessary detail or jargoned language. It makes for exciting reading for virtually everybody, laypersons and experts alike.’ Kurt Kotrschal, Professor at Department of Behavioral Biology at University of Vienna, author of Dog & Human: The secret of our soul mates

‘If you’re in the least bit curious about that 3-pound grey blob between your ears, read this book. Max Bennett’s entertaining and enlightening natural history of brains is a tour de force–as refreshing as it is entertaining. It made my brain happy.’ Jonathan Balcombe, bestselling author of Super Fly, and the New York Times bestseller What a Fish Knows

‘Max Bennett gives a lively account of how brains evolved, and how the brain works today. A Brief History of Intelligence is engaging, comprehensive, and brimming with novel insights.’ Kent Berridge, James Olds Distinguished Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience at University of Michigan

‘If you want to know how our ancestors were able to “weaponize their imaginarium to survive”, then this is the book for you. In fact, this book discloses everything you always wanted to know about the brain (but were afraid to ask). It is an incredible resource.’ Karl Friston, Scientific Director for Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging; Professor at Queen Square Institute of Neurology, University College London

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