A.I. Artificial Intelligence group is for anyone interested in discussing, learning, teaching and reading about the latest concepts in AI research. Topics such as artificial neural networks, connectionist models, genetic algorithms, computational neuroscience, computer programming and more are open for discussion.
Weapons operated by thought control and helmets that stimulate soldier’s brains for more accuracy could become a reality in the not-too-distant future, according to a leading scientist.
Professor Flower, a biochemist at the William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary, University of London chaired a Royal Society working group looking at the…[Read more]
Probing the largely unexplored question of what characteristics make a leader among schooling fish, researchers have discovered that by mimicking nature, a robotic fish can transform into a leader of live ones.
Through a series of experiments, researchers from Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly) aimed to increase understanding…[Read more]
[bpfb_link url=’http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/biomedical/bionics/how-would-you-like-your-bionic-vision’ title=’How Would You Like Your Bionic Vision? – IEEE Spectrum’ image=”]The technology extends the range of magnetic memory, but it’s unlikely to make it into hard drives anytime soon[/bpfb_link]
Blind user tries out Retina Implant AG’s bionic vision system
Below, a video of a Retina Implant patient at a restaurant where she sees her beer waiting for her (oh happy day), and identifies her silverware.
I am thinking in a computational model for cicadian clock oscillation, but I never worked with this kind of aproach. I always had worked with animal models. I need some help.
Thank you in advance.
Welcome to the AI group. I’ll keep my eyes open for models relevant to studying circadian clock oscillations. I found this old one after a little search http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=900464 . Welcome aboard!