In a world where a single smart device is capable of reading your thoughts and acting on them, the idea of a “smart” person with a smart phone would seem like an oxymoron.
Yet, we’ve all seen the power of our smartphones to communicate with each other, and they’ve often taken on new, more intelligent roles.
As we know, technology is evolving rapidly, and it’s going to take time before our smart phones and other digital devices are fully autonomous.
But one area of the brain that’s still largely understudied is the limbic system, which plays a major role in thinking and emotion.
The limbic brain is responsible for emotional emotions and is also involved in regulating emotions.
Here’s what we know about the limbia: The limbia is divided into three types: the amygdala, the insula, and the insular cortex.
They all work in tandem to create a powerful emotional response, according to neuroscientist David Wojcik of the University of California, Berkeley, and his colleagues.
In a previous study, Wojcis team found that people who had the most functional limbic structures tended to be the most emotional, Wozniak said.
People with more functional limbia have better social skills and are better at empathizing with others.
So in some ways, the brain is wired to recognize emotion, Wajcik said.
It’s possible that the limbics will become more important to the way we think about ourselves and our feelings in the future.
For example, it could be that a brain that is able to understand emotion could help us understand our emotions and help us regulate our emotions, Wjcik speculated.
The same is true for speech.
A large part of our language comes from the limbys ability to interpret language and to use language to communicate, Wazniak told Live Science.
So if we want to use a language more like our limbics, then the brain may need to make a more conscious effort to understand the emotional and cognitive processes of language, he said.