Novel artificial intelligence software can provide a precise assessment of the progression of geographic atrophy. The technology can also determine the integrity of photoreceptors and detect progressive degenerative changes beyond the main lessons associated with GA.
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Researchers have identified a circuit in the brains of fruit flies, which enables them to see in color. The network is similar to that which allows human color vision. The findings could help in the development of AI technologies.
Light sensitive cells in the fetal retina communicate as part of an interconnected network, giving the retina more light sensitivity during development that previously believed.
Researchers use nanotech to enhance vision in mice, enabling them to see infrared light as well as visible light.
Using human retinal tissue grown from stem cells, researchers shed light on how color vision develops. The study found thyroid hormones dictated whether the cells became blue, green or red photoreceptors.
Researchers use coherent control to control the function of a living cell.
Study revels M1 ganglion cell photoreceptors can tune into different ranges of light intensity.
Researchers report a non-invasive retina test could help to accurately diagnose frontotemporal degeneration.