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Bilingual AI brain implant helps stroke survivor communicate in Spanish and English

NBC Bay Area 29 May 2024
By using an AI method known as a neural network, researchers were able to train Pancho's implant to decode words based on the brain activity produced when he attempted to articulate them.
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Scientists pit primates against smaller-brained mammals to find out who is the smartest forager

Phys Dot Org 29 May 2024
Primates, including humans, have larger brains than most other mammals, but why? Scientists searching for the answer have long followed a trail pointing to diet—specifically fruit—as the reason for why primates evolved larger brains.
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We were told our cheeky toddler

The Daily Mail 29 May 2024
They told Brain Tumour Research ... on brain tumours ... They have also established the 'Albie and Beyond' fundraising group for Brain Tumour Research, raising over £34,000 to help fund research for a cure.
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Could weight-loss drugs eat the world?

Live Mint 29 May 2024
Daniel Drucker, a diabetes researcher at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, found that in mice suffering from extensive inflammation throughout the body, GLP-1 drugs reduced the condition, but only when the receptors in the brain were not blocked.
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Elon Musk's Neuralink seeks to enroll three patients in brain implant study

Gulf News 29 May 2024
Before Neuralink posted details of its trial this week, the company faced criticism from brain implant researchers and former regulatory officials for not sharing information about the study, as is common in the industry.
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Neuralink brain implant: Elon Musk's company looking for three patients for long term study. All you need to know

Live Mint 29 May 2024
According to company blog posts and videos, the device has enabled Arbaugh to play video games, browse the internet, and move a computer cursor on his laptop using only his thoughts.Industry ...
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Wipro, IISc partner for AI health tech

The Times of India 29 May 2024
Wipro partners with the Centre for Brain Research ...
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Researchers have located the brain network responsible for stuttering

Science Daily 29 May 2024
An international research group succeeded in identifying the probable origin of stuttering in the brain ... .
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The Body Of Gregor Mendel, Father Of Genetics, Was Dug Up For DNA Analysis

IFL Science 29 May 2024
Upon his 200th birthday last year, researchers ... Along with noting the skeleton stood 1.68 meters (5 foot 6 inches) tall, the researchers reported that the skull held an “extraordinarily large brain.”.
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Teradyne Robotics Welcomes James Davidson as Chief AI Officer

ACCESSWIRE 29 May 2024
He has held lead research roles at Google Brain/DeepMind and MITRE, where he contributed extensively to both academic research and commercial products ... Teradyne � is a registered trademark of Teradyne, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Contact.
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Prairie Doc Perspectives: Grief: There is no prescription

West River Eagle 29 May 2024
As unique is our loss is as unique is our grief ... New research supports that as unique as we are as humans, as unique as our relationships are, as unique as our brains, is as unique as how we will process our grief ... – Get adequate rest ... central. .
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Looking for something to do in Bartlesville? We've got you covered

Bartlesville Examiner Enterprise 29 May 2024
Healthy Living for Your Brain & Body. Tips from the Latest Research 3 p.m ... For centuries, we’ve known that the health of the brain and the body are connected ... keep your brain and body healthy as you age.
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Wipro, IISC's Centre For Brain Research Tie Up To Boost AI-Based Health Innovations

MENA FN 28 May 2024
(MENAFN - IANS) Bengaluru, May 28 (IANS) IT services major Wipro on Tuesday announced a partnership with the Centre for Brain Research (CBR), a non-profit research organisation, hosted at the Indian ... .
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Wipro, IISC's Brain Research Centre To Boost AI-Based Health Innovations

NDTV 28 May 2024
IT services major Wipro today announced a partnership with the Centre for Brain Research (CBR), a non-profit research organisation, hosted at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) to develop... .

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