A new machine-learning algorithm is able to teach itself to smell within a few minutes of training. As it learns, the system builds an artificial network that mimics the brain's olfactory system.
A painting of a naked woman by Picasso has been hidden under one of his "Blue Period" works for almost a century. With the help of artificial intelligence, researchers have been able to reproduce the lost painting.
Relating machine learning to biological learning, researchers say while the two approaches aren't interchangeable, they can be harnessed to offer insights into how the human brain works.
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Novel AI technology allows researchers to understand which brain regions directly interact with each other, which helps guide the placement of electrodes for DBS to treat neurological diseases.
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A new AI algorithm can independently discover and categorize an animal's behavior by analyzing patterns of body movements.
Researchers discuss different current neural network models and consider the steps that need to be taken to make them more realistic, and thus more useful, as possible.
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Combining artificial intelligence technology with raw data from brain activity, researchers accelerate the understanding of how neural activity impacts specific behaviors.