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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers recently received funding to develop neural implant technology capable of recording brain signals to to better understand how the brain works
It has been called the most ambitious neuroscience project ever attempted, but a proposed 10-year, $1.6 billion initiative designed to develop technology capable of simulating a person’s brain is now facing a possible boycott from scientists over concerns the project is too expensive and has too narrow a focus.
The article published in AIMS Neuroscience explains how cortical microcircuitry is conducive to column formation.
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Despite supercomputer advances, the human brain remains the most flexible, efficient information processing device in the world. Its exceptional performance inspires researchers to study and imitate it as an ideal of computing power.
Researchers at Stanford that have developed a new circuit board modeled on the human brain which has the potential for opening up new frontiers in robotics and computing.
Ever get frustrated trying to determine what the heck a reCAPTCHA says just so you can post to a comment section of a message board? Well, a newly-developed computerized vision system from Google has been able to solve...
On the one-year anniversary of the formation of the BRAIN Initiative, researchers announced the publication of two new scientific papers: one detailing the creation of a high-resolution blueprint of a prenatal human mind, and another showing the wiring of a mouse brain.
Grant Is First Science Award from Microsoft’s VM Depot Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 02, 2014 TCG announced today that Microsoft Research has awarded
Ipselex, a secretive Hong Kong artificial intelligence company, today announced the launch of its web platform.
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