Advances in machine learning could allow researchers to detect drug effects that may be missed through conventional statistical analysis, researchers report.
Researchers call for regulations and ethical guidelines to help protect personal privacy and autonomy for those who use neurotechnologies.
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Georgia Tech researchers are calling on machine learning specialists and cancer researchers to help discover potential new therapies for oncological diseases.
A new deep learning algorithm can interpret EEG data from preterm babies and estimate the child's brain functional maturity, researchers report.
Researchers have created a convolutional neural network to better understand how the brain processes movies of natural scenes. This may be the first step in helping scientists decode how the brain makes sense of dynamic visual surroundings.
Using a combination of neuroimaging, genetic research, epigenetics and other biological data in conjunction with artificial intelligence may result in a biological classification of mental illness, rather than diagnosing people based on symptoms alone.