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What percentage of Human brain being use?

The 10% of the brain myth is a misconception that has been around for centuries. It can be traced back to the early 1900s, when psychologists and neuroscientists began to study the brain in more detail. They noticed that only a small fraction of the brain’s neurons were firing at any given time, and they assumed that this meant that only a small fraction of the brain was being used. However, this assumption was incorrect. The brain is actually a very active organ, and even the areas that are not firing are constantly being used to process information. For example, the visual cortex is always active, even when we are not looking at anything. This is because the brain is constantly receiving and processing information from our senses, even when we are not aware of it. In addition, the brain is very plastic, which means that it can change and adapt to new information. This is why we are able to learn new things throughout our lives. As we learn new things, new connections are formed betwe

CISA Roadmap for Artificial Intelligence

   What is the CISA Roadmap for Artificial Intelligence? The CISA Roadmap for Artificial Intelligence is a plan developed by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to address the growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity. The roadmap outlines five key goals: Promote the beneficial uses of AI to enhance cybersecurity capabilities.  This includes using AI to detect and respond to cyberattacks, protect critical infrastructure, and improve security awareness. Protect the nation’s AI systems from cyber-based threats.  This includes developing tools and techniques to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities in AI systems, and building a workforce with the skills to defend against AI-powered cyberattacks. Deter the malicious use of AI capabilities to threaten critical infrastructure.  This includes working with other government agencies and private sector partners to disrupt the development and deployment of malicious AI tools, and promoting international