Training of brain processes makes reading more efficient

A team of researchers from the University of Cologne and the University of Würzburg have found in training studies that the distinction between known and unknown words can be trained and leads to more efficient reading. ...

Studying spaceflight atrophy with machine learning

Even intense exercise by astronauts cannot compensate for muscle atrophy caused by microgravity. Atrophy occurs, in part, by way of an underlying mechanism that regulates calcium uptake. Recent research has shown exposure ...

Scientists use AI to evaluate dental anthropology

Mario Modesto Mata, a researcher in the Dental Anthropology Group at the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), is the lead author of a paper published in The Anatomical Record, on the use ...

Rectifying AI's usage in the quest for thermoelectric materials

A team of researchers has used AI to identify a thermoelectric material with favorable values. The group was able to navigate AI's conventional pitfalls and big data challenges, offering a prime example of how AI can revolutionize ...