Artificial intelligence

Novel Preclinical Drug Could Have Potential to Combat Depression, Brain Injury, and Cognitive Disorders

Summary: A preclinical drug that inhibits the kinase enzyme Cdk5 may have the potential to treat depression, brain injuries, and disorders associated with cognitive impairment. Source: University of Alabama Birmingham James Bibb, Ph.D., and colleagues have described a novel preclinical drug that could have the potential to combat depression, brain injury and diseases that impair …

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How to implement AI in business process design

Artificial intelligence has a mixed record of success and failure in business processes. What should you do for successful AI implementation? Image: zenzen/Adobe Stock On the very first business process design project, my team was told to redesign an internal invoice process in accounts receivable. Problems involved duplicate systems and duplicate BPs that prolonged invoice …

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No Evidence of Structural Brain Change With Short-Term Mindfulness Training

Summary: Study finds no evidence of structural brain changes associated with short-term mindfulness training. Source: University of Wisconsin-Madison In the mid-20th century, new evidence showed that the brain could be “plastic,” and that experience could create changes in the brain. Plasticity has been linked to learning new skills, including spatial navigation, aerobic exercise and balance …

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New Research Challenges Established Ideas About Infant Crying

Summary: The duration of a baby’s crying decreases significantly after five weeks of age, but crying remains an important part of a child’s communication repertoire after the age of six months. Source: Aarhus University When will my infant child stop crying so much? If you are a new parent who, in a more or less …

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Children Who Play Adventurously Have Better Mental Health

Summary: Adventurous play, especially when conducted outdoors, was associated with reduced anxiety and depression in children. Source: University of Exeter Children who spend more time playing adventurously have lower symptoms of anxiety and depression, and were happier over the first COVID-19 lockdown, according to new research. A study led by the University of Exeter asked …

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Argo AI begins driverless vehicle testing in Austin

The company is running rideshare and grocery delivery pilot programs in Austin. (Courtesy Argo AI) Argo AI, an autonomous vehicle technology company, launched driverless vehicle testing in Austin, according to a May 17 press release. The move marks a step toward the company’s goal of providing commercial driverless vehicle services to ridesharing, delivery and logistics …

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Brain Mechanism Tied to Age-Related Memory Loss Discovered

Summary: Researchers have identified a mechanism that occurs within the CA3 region of the hippocampus that appears to be for a common type of age-related memory loss. Source: Johns Hopkins University Working with rats, neuroscientists at Johns Hopkins University have pinpointed a mechanism in the brain responsible for a common type of age-related memory loss. …

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Microchips that mimic the human brain could make AI far more energy efficient | Science

Artificial intelligence (AI) makes video games more realistic and helps your phone recognize your voice—but the power-hungry programs slurp up energy big time. However, the next generation of AI may be 1000 times more energy efficient, thanks to computer chips that work like the human brain. A new study shows such neuromorphic chips can run …

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DARKTRACE WINS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AWARD AT 2022 GO:TECH AWARDS

CAMBRIDGE, England, May 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Darktrace, a global leader in cyber security AI, today announced that he has won the AI ​​& Machine Learning Award at the 2022 Go:Tech Awards. Backed by Business Leader, one of the UK’s leading business titles, the annual Go:Tech Awards celebrate the UK’s tech pioneers and innovators. Darktrace …

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