While humans invented algorithms only within the last century, enabling the development of AI, animals exhibit behavioral algorithms that long predate humans.
The difficulty of finding your way back home from a long distance is partly solved in a tiny ant’s brain.
A question is whether such mechanisms exist in more ancient brain regions of other animals. A new study has identified a self-location mechanism in zebrafish.
Three main things must occur for the young salmon, called a smolt, to prepare for life in the salty ocean.
Dr. Behe showcases bacteria with their own navigation systems, microbes that eat plastic waste, and microscopic bugs that shoot 60 molecular “bullets” a second.