People with dyslexia experience difficulties when acoustic variation was added to speech sounds. In the absence of the variation, neural speech sound processing was consistent between dyslexic and typical readers. Difficulties in detecting linguistically relevant information during acoustic variation in speech may contribute to a dyslexic person's deficits in forming native language phoneme representations during infancy.
A new study explores how personality development and ego may be reflected in our everyday language. Researchers hope their findings will shed light on moral, social and cognitive development.
Despite a lot of public worry that the AI revolution is going to impact the workforce, researchers report this is likely not to be the case. However, they note, the introduction to machine learning in the workforce could transform the economy as much as the introduction of the steam engine and other technologies did in the past.
Researchers report we may see similarities between different languages as a result of the brain's preference for efficient information processing.
When AI's are trained with ordinary human language online, they pick up cultural biases embedded in the wording, researchers report.
Researchers reveal an information extraction system helps turn plain text into data for statistical analysis.