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Scientists Discover a Key Mechanism That Could Prevent Alzheimer's-Related Memory Loss

It's about blocking the right proteins at the right time.<p>We're seeing some exciting progress being made in the fight against neurodegenerative …

Neuroscience

Australian Scientists to Begin Trialling Fully Implantable Bionic Eye

This could restore vision to millions worldwide.<p>Scientists in Australia are set to begin trials of a new bionic eye system that's expected to give …

Medical Technology

5 Types of Data and How to Analyze them with MATLAB

Retrobuilt Mustang Mach 1 Conversions - Mustang Monthly Magazine

Mustang Monthly Featured Vehicles<p>Retrobuilt Mustang Mach 1 Conversions - Mach Retro<p>Retrobuilt Has Added A Mach 1 To Its Stable Of New Mustangs That …

A Harvard neuroscientist told us the 3 major ways meditation changes your brain

Moyan Brenn / Flickr<p>Mindfulness meditation is incredibly popular right now.<p>While there is an ever-increasing amount of academic research around the …

The US Military Is Working on Tech That Could Turn Soldiers Into Cyborgs

Brain implants to connect our minds to computers.<p>The US military has announced it will be developing an implantable neural interface that can bridge …

Singularity

Tesla's Little Secret

My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla

My Inventions<br>The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla<p>Introduction<p>Nikola Tesla was born in Croatia (then part of Austria-Hungary) on July 9, 1856, and died …

What is Machine Intelligence vs. Machine Learning vs. Deep Learning vs. Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

We are frequently asked how we distinguish our technology from others. This task is made difficult by the fact that there is not an agreed …

Deep Learning

Why Wireless Power Is the Most Exciting Thing at CES 2016

Illustration: iStockphotoThe reason that people like me keep coming back to CES isn't to see slightly bigger televisions, incrementally upgraded …

Wireless Charging

Fluttering Flag Generates Power From Wind

Photo: Georgia Institute of TechnologyJust by flapping in the wind, a new energy-generating flag produces enough electricity to power small …

Georgia Tech

Potential of Graphene Nanoribbons in Electronics Gets a Boost

Image: Patrick HanIf graphene is going to make a splash in electronics, it more than likely is going to be in the form of nanoribbons. What makes …

Nanotech

Move Over Wearables. Make Way for Implantables

Wearable monitors for health and fitness seemed to be everywhere in the exhibit halls and on the conference stages at CES 2016. But while this …

Nanotech

Power Harvesting Sensor Patch Uses Your Body As a Battery

Photo: Evan Ackerman/IEEE SpectrumIn theory, wearable electronics are great. In practice, they’re great—until you have to charge them, at which point …

Wearable Tech

New Alzheimer’s Treatment Fully Restores Memory Function

Of the mice that received the treatment, 75 percent got their memory function back.<p>Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound …

Researchers Are Figuring Out How Our Brains Cope With So Much Data

Humans are the best machines.<p>The human brain is a wonderful thing. Consider the way it can recognise faces and objects despite a multitude of …

Neuroscience Science Community - News, Articles, Multimedia | Technology Networks

Blood Tests for Brain Diseases Article<p>Definitive diagnosis for many neurodegenerative diseases – such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, or Chronic …

Neuroscience

Brainihack

As a part of Braintech 2017, Brainihack is back in Tel Aviv.<p>But this time, YOU choose the Brainihack challenges AHEAD of time!<p>If you want to hack the …

Open Source Biosensing Tools (EEG, EMG, EKG, and more)

WHO WE ARE<p>We are a community of researchers, engineers, artists, scientists, designers, makers, and more. The one thing we all have in common? We …

Stanford psychologist's 18-month study of his own brain reveals new relations between brain and body

Russell Poldrack scanned his brain to create the most detailed map of brain connectivity ever. In the process, he and his colleagues revealed strong …

Neuroscience

Scientists Have Developed an Algorithm That Learns as Fast as Humans

That's the tipping point right there, folks.<p>Machine learning is a bit of a buzz term that describes the way artificial intelligence (AI) can begin to …

Machine Learning

This is what the future of home entertainment looks like

1/<p>Microsoft's HoloLens is already in some homes:<p>2/<p>There's more than just a floating game of "Candy Crush" in this image. Do you see the rest of the …

Bionic Eye implant

Imagine how you would feel if gradually you lost your sight, and you knew there was nothing that you could do about it? This is the reality for …

Single Artificial Neuron Taught to Recognize Hundreds of Patterns - MIT Technology Review

Artificial intelligence is a field in the midst of rapid, exciting change. That’s largely because of an improved understanding of how neural networks …

Neuroscience

Machine Intelligence In The Real World

Shivon Zilis Contributor<p>Shivon Zilis is an investor at Bloomberg Beta.<p>I’ve been laser-focused on machine intelligence in the past few years. I’ve talked to hundreds of entrepreneurs, researchers and investors about helping machines make us smarter.<p>In the months since I shared my landscape of …

Artificial Intelligence

A New Start-Up Wants to Transfer Your Consciousness to an Artificial Body So You Can Live Forever

Forever young?<p>Death is the one thing that's guaranteed in today's uncertain world, but now a new start-up called Humai thinks it might be able to get …

Singularity

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Thermodynamics

The 4 Laws<p>There are 4 laws to thermodynamics, and they are some of the most important laws in all of physics. The laws are as follows<p>Zeroth law of …