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As computer scientists this year celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the mathematical genius Alan Turing, who set out the basis for digital computing in the 1930s to anticipate the electronic age, they still quest after a machine as adaptable and intelligent as the human brain.
Scientists from the University of Wisconsin have successfully had implanted neurons, created in laboratory conditions, connect with the brains of mice and both send and receive signals.
Artificial intelligence has been the inspiration for countless books and movies, as well as the aspiration of countless scientists and engineers.
In the wild, mammals survive because they can see and evade predators lurking in the shadowy bushes.
Irrigating agricultural crops places huge demands on water resources around the globe.
There are already systems that detect ships at sea, but a group of engineers from the UAH, led by the researcher RaÃºl Vicen, has introduced a new development, involving "the use of artificial intelligence techniques and improvements in the templates used to select input data".
A new University of Colorado at Boulder study sheds light on the brain mechanisms that allow us to make choices and ultimately could be helpful in improving treatments for the millions of people who suffer from the effects of anxiety disorders.
A statistical analysis of publicly available heart rate data using three classification tools - Random Forests, Logistic Model Tree and Neural Network - could lead to a rapid and precise way to diagnose heart problems, according to research in the International Journal of Electronic Healthcare.
New method tackles social networks, biological systems, air transportation and more.
Altering the DNA of a zebra finch could reveal the process of vocal learning in vertebrate brains, scientists at New York's Rockefeller University say. The zebra finch is one of several of its species that learn to speak by imitating other zebra finches, said Fernando Nottebohm, who heads the Laboratory of Animal Behavior at Rockefeller University. By manipulating the genes of zebra finches, Nottebohm and his team hope to learn more about the neural circuitry that allows songbirds to learn...
- An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
- A timorous, cowardly fellow.