- To discover the effect of electrical stimulation on memory, Michael Kahana and colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania turned to 150 volunteers who had previously had electrodes implanted in their brains to help control severe epilepsy.
- They then applied machine learning methods to this brain signal data, enabling them to predict if a person’s efforts to commit something to memory would later prove successful, based on the state of their brain at the time.
- They compared the effects of jolting someone during two different brain states – the pattern of signals linked to being likely to later remember something, and the pattern linked to being more likely to have a memory lapse.
- They found that giving electrical stimulation when a person’s brain signals suggested they would later forget the current item made that person 13 per cent more likely to recall it.
- So far, many studies have conflicted with each other on the effects of deep brain stimulation and recall.
Jolting the brain with electricity really does seem to boost memory, but only if it’s done at the right time. Now we can detect when the brain could use a shock
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- Artificial Intelligence platform enabling legal insights from your data
- Data driven legal insights using artificial intelligence technologies.
- CONTENT INSIGHTS Analyse legal data based on your content
- WITH ACTION IN MIND Take action on regulatory changes
- CLEANSE DATA Processed data that can be easily understood
Cognitiv+ is an artificial intelligence platform that aims to enable businesses and law firms to have better insights from their legal data.
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- INDIEGOGO INTRODUCES FIRST AI SUITCASE
- INDIEGOGO AI SUITCASE IS YOUR PERSONAL SLAVE
- INDIEGOGO AI SUITCASE IS THE ULTIMATE TRAVEL BUDDY
- Using your smartphone, Travelmate integrates to accomplish tasks that no other suitcase can do.
- As you see from this Indiegogo campaign, Travelmate isn’t just a suitcase.
Travelling is fun and all but we can all agree there are some stressful parts to it. Rushing around from cars to trains and plane’s is hard enough on its own but we also have to do all that with a heavy suitcase in tow. This situation is why one Indiegogo campaign is gaining steam with their new AI suitcase.
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- Google Brings Machine Learning to Google Play Music
- Click “Add Devices” to add your devices for quick access !
- Presenting you with music you like isn’t enough for Google though, they wanted to take it a step further.
- Google has just announced a brand new update to their music streaming service, Google Play Music.
- You can either wait patiently for the update to be pushed to your device, or you can sideload the update when it becomes available.
Google has just announced a brand new update to their music streaming service, Google Play Music. The new design and features will begin rolling out to Android, iOS and the web starting this week, and Google says it will be made available to 62 countries around the world.
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- Prisma is a new camera app that transforms your photos to look like paintings by famous artists.
- It goes beyond the film simulation filters that are widely available these days to offer a surprisingly realistic painting filter.
- Five years later, a photographer has ventured into the zone to deliver photos to the outside world.
- You’re then presented with a long list of icons representing the different art styles you can transform your photo into.
- The same year, American photographer Berenice Abbott received funding for a “Changing New York” photo project to document New York City.
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Prisma Gives Your Photos the Look of Famous Paintings