Researchers find our peripheral vision effectively allows us to judge what others are doing, even if they are not in our direct line of sight.
Our brains need only perform a few fast statistical calculations to detect the key properties of an unknown object. Findings challenge existing views of how our brains extract and learn about our environment.
Researchers report histamines can help improve memory of objects up-to 25 days longer than normal in mice, as well as improving people's long term memory test scores. The study suggests taking histamines may help alleviate symptoms of memory disorders such as Alzheimer's and other dementias.
A new study provides evidence that the inferior temporal cortex can identify objects.
According to researchers, machine learning systems have improved ability to classify images if 'partial credit' is given during training as reinforcement.