For years in my neighborhood whenever you looked for wifi there’s always been an unencrypted network named “pabloyjordana.” This week that network has disappeared, and there’s a new encrypted network just named “jordana.” PABLO, WHAT DID YOU DO?
yo, can you just go read this post?
Wow. Read that carefully. Everything is backwards, sigh.
Weaving your way through a crowded party, you spot an old friend. Despite the surrounding chatter you have no trouble filtering out the other voices to focus on her words alone. How the brain performs this trick, dubbed the “cocktail party effect” has been identified for the first time. The discovery could help generate voice recognition systems that pick out one voice among many.
Read more at New Scientist