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Machine-learning system processes sounds like humans do

MIT neuroscientists have developed a machine-learning system that can process speech and music the same way that humans do. Image: Chelsea Turner/MIT   Machine-learning system processes sounds like humans do Neuroscientists train a deep neural network to analyze speech and …

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Software with smarts

Neurons of the mouse cerebral cortex reconstructed from electron microscopy images (grey). Each nerve cell forms contacts to thousands of other cells. Scientists analyze the features of these networks with the help of computer simulations. © MPI f. Brain Research/ …

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Study explores crash risk among older drivers

The fatal crash rate for divers begins to rise at age 65. ThinkStock   Study explores crash risk among older drivers A poorer score on a cognitive test was associated with greater risk in a study population of 2,615 senior …

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Overcoming Bias About Music Puts the Brain to Work

News research suggests it takes extra brainpower to get past biases and stereotypes about the music we listen to. Photo Submitted   Overcoming Bias About Music Puts the Brain to Work FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Expectations and biases play a large …

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Chicken Taco Bowl

  Chicken Taco Bowl A few weeks ago I was heading out to lunch when I passed by my coworker Michele Carpenter’s desk. Her lunch smelled so delicious, it stopped me in my tracks! I begged her for the recipe, …

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A graphene roll-out

A new manufacturing process produces strips of graphene, at large scale, for use in membrane technologies and other applications. Image: Christine Daniloff, MIT   A graphene roll-out Scalable manufacturing process spools out strips of graphene for use in ultrathin membranes. …

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