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Ravens have paranoid, abstract thoughts about other minds | WIRED UK
Two rooms were connected by windows and peepholes, both of which could be opened and closed. The ravens were trained to look through the peepholes to observe human experimenters making stashes of food. Finally, both windows were covered while a single peephole remained open -- and, though no bird was present, the ravens still hid the food as if they were being watched.
ravens  birds  cognition  science 
2 days ago by yorksranter
description to GAN - worked great for birds - not so much for other stuff
gan  attnGAN  birds  textToGAN 
6 days ago by evilliam
RT : Baby King Parrot in super-fluffy mode.

birds  WildOz  from twitter
8 days ago by kcarruthers
Birds Can See Earth's Magnetic Fields, And Now We Know How That's Possible
The mystery behind how birds navigate might finally be solved: it's not the iron in their beaks providing a magnetic compass, but a protein in their eyes that lets them "see" Earth's magnetic fields.
birds  migration  science  nature 
11 days ago by InkyHarmonics

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