Introducing Our Latest Game: Highest Bid!

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We’re excited to introduce our latest fun game, Highest Bid! And, we’re celebrating our launch by giving you FREE access for a limited time to this exclusive PREMIUM web game. From now through July 31st, you can play for free. It’s part of our Premium collection of speed of thinking games. You’ll love Highest Bid and your results! Play for free now.

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1. How to Play
Your challenge: Can you spot the highest bids in the quickest time? Select the numbers greater than the highest bid value. The bid value changes quickly so stay sharp!

2. What You’ll Train
This game stimulates your brain to recognize and process information quickly, challenging you to make quick, informed decisions.

Ready for Your Challenge?

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The Fit Brains Team

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Can Machines Have Feelings?

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Of course not is the intuitive and immediate answer that this question would most likely get. But let’s not be so fast. There is a field in computing called Affective Computing whose goal is to create machines that can detect and interpret human emotions. It uses the appraisal theory of emotions as its guide. This theory is one of the most influential theories of emotions and it is able to bridge the gap between emotions and the symbolic reasoning process favored by the builders of artificial intelligence (AI).

Appraisal Theory

According to the Appraisal Theory, humans determine how they feel about a certain event and entity using a series of template evaluation process. First, we evaluate how novel or familiar something is. Then, we weigh how likely it is to cause a positive or a negative experience in congruence with our goals. Then we evaluate our coping potential: can we influence and control it, can we change it in ways that makes it beneficial to us. Our brains ultimately translate this series of evaluations into a certain feeling towards the event or entity. If it is something familiar, pleasant, reasonably controllable, and congruent with our goals, we are likely to experience positive emotions towards it. If it is something new, unpleasant, out of control, and incongruent with our goals, we are likely to hate it.

So What Does This Mean For Machines?

If the emotional process can be broken down into a series of evaluations with more or less binary outcomes (novel/familiar, controllable/uncontrollable, etc.), then these operations can be performed not just by a human but by a machine too. If we could develop algorithms parallel to the process human brains use to make decisions about familiarity, valence, controllability, and goal congruence, the process through which an emotion is created can be performed by a machine.

Admittedly, we are a long way from the moment when a machine will feel happy or scared, but the Appraisal Theory of emotions provides a roadmap for how we can teach machines to process human emotions.

Stay tuned to learn how machines can learn to detect and interpret human emotions.

Want To Exercise Your Own Emotional & Cognitive Intelligence?

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In the meantime, exercise all the areas of your brain with Fit Brains fun and stimulating brain games. Challenge memory, speed of thinking and more today.

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Try Our New Game of the Month: Flip Shapes!

Fit Brains Flip Shapes

We’re excited to introduce our latest fun game, Flip Shapes! And, we’re celebrating our launch by giving you FREE access for a limited time to this exclusive PREMIUM web game. From now through June 22nd, you can play for free. Entertain and train your visual-spatial skills. Do you have what it takes to beat the top score? Start your challenge today. We bet you’ll love it! Try Flip Shapes now.

How to Play
Can you spot the difference? Look at two shapes and determine if they are the same or mirror images. Both speed and accuracy count! Are you ready for the challenge? This game is easy to pick up but hard to put down.

What You’ll Train
This visual-spatial game helps to strengthen your ability to mentally rotate objects and observe subtle differences.

You only need 5 minutes with this game to train your brain. But, you’ll be having so much fun that you’ll want to continue playing! Try Fit Brains new game Flip Shapes today.  Sign up for our FREE TRIAL or login to your account!  Don’t wait, it’s only free to play through June 22nd!

You’ll love this game AND your results!

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The Fit Brains Team

“Brain Training Success”

Introducing our New Game, Something Similar!

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We’re excited to introduce our fun New Game of the Month, Something Similar! And, we’re celebrating our launch by giving you FREE access for a limited time to this exclusive PREMIUM web game. From now through April 24, you can play for free. Delight and challenge your logic! Do you have what it takes to set the top score? Bet you’ll love it!  Try Something Similar now.

How to Play

Select 2 shapes that share something in common: same shape, color, or pattern. Remember speed counts too! This game challenges your ability to compare essential information in dissimilar objects.

What You’ll Train

Something Similar was designed to stimulate your ability to quickly switch between different kinds of information, something we do frequently. It’s a key skill required to perform well in your daily life.

Spring into action this season. Try Fit Brains new game Something Similar
game today.  Sign up for our FREE TRIAL or login to your account!  You’ll have fun while you
stimulate your brain!  Don’t wait, Guess Who is only free to play through April 24th!

Introducing Our New, Fun Brain Game, Guess Who!

We’re excited to introduce our brand new brain game, Guess Who! Delight and challenge your memory! Even better, Guess Who is an exclusive PREMIUM game but to celebrate, you get to play for FREE for 2 weeks!  Start your adventure now!

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How to Play Guess Who?

Memorize these names and faces. Can you remember these faces and set the top score? Play on any web browser at Fitbrains.com or train-on-the-go with our app. This fun memory game will stimulate your ability to remember faces and the names, an important skill for networking and socializing with others.

So what are you waiting for?

Try Fit Brains new Guess Who game today. Sign up for our FREE TRIAL or login to your account!  You’ll have fun while you stimulate your brain and exercise your memory skills!  Don’t wait, Guess Who is only free to play through March 25th!

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