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Scientists extract Pink Floyd song from a human brain and you can listen to it
A team of scientists have said they have been able to 'translate' the content of brain waves to extract the Pink Floyd song 'Another Brick In The Wall'.
Scientists teach AI to 'read minds and transcribe thought'
A team of scientists has taught an artificial intelligence system to read an individual's thoughts by feeding it scans showing their brain activity.
Gamer uses a brain signal controller to beat Elden Ring boss Melania
A Twitch streamer has beaten one of the most annoying bosses in FromSoftware's notorious title Elden Ring just using her brain signals.
Scientists implant human brains in mice and make breakthrough discovery
A team of researchers has implanted human brains in mice in an experiment to measure the test subjects' responses to sight, smell, and touch.
New study of brain evolution shows we don't have a 'lizard brain'
Max Planck Institute researchers have identified hundreds of neuron types in reptiles and mammals, shared and unique, spread all across both brain types.
Long-lasting memory boosts achieved with simple brain stimulation
Researchers have discovered they can stimulate different brain regions non-invasively with weak electrical currents to improve short and long-term memory.
New AI algorithm detects brain abnormalities that lead to epilepsy
Researchers have developed a new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm as part of the MELD project to detect brain abnormalities that lead to epilepsy.
Scientists warn of what happens to the brain after midnight
Researchers have warned of the changes in the brain that occur after midnight and are calling for more research to elucidate them.
Alzheimer's can now be detected 17 years in advance, before symptoms
German researchers have created a new method to detect biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in people up to 17 years ahead of time.
Cognitive decline associated with as few as 4 alcoholic drinks a week
A UK Biobank study of almost 21,000 people has found lower cognitive ability from drinking due to iron accumulation in the brain.
Video game players show 'superior' decision making skills
Brain scans of video game players have shown better decision-making abilities and enhanced brain activity compared to non-players.
Scientists say phones and Wi-Fi may cause Alzheimer's disease
A newly published study has connected the overexposure to cell phones and Wi-Fi to the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Map of the human brain over our lifespan created from 120,000+ MRIs
Scientists have created a comprehensive look at the progression of the brain from before birth to late in life with 123,984 MRIs.
Brain shrinkage observed in even mild COVID-19 cases
Researchers have found additional tissue shrinkage in brain areas associated with smell in COVID-19 patients compared to normal.
Scientists have studied how our brain waves change while we die
University of Tartu researchers have recorded increased gamma oscillations in the brain of a dying patient using an EEG device.
Space 'rewired' the brains of cosmonauts, new study finds
Researchers have identified how space influences neuroplasticity changes in cosmonauts' brains, altering gray and white matter.
Elon Musk's Neuralink closes in on clinical trials, new job listing
A new job listing for Neuralink seeks a Clinical Trial Director in Fremont, California, to enable the first human clinical trials.
Exercise shown to help promote brain health in elderly adults
Researchers have identified a mechanism by which physical activity helps older adults to retain cognitive function later in life.
New research identifies key factor in development of Alzheimer's
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have identified a link between energy production and Alzheimer's disease in zebrafish.
Excessive simple sugar intake could increase risk of mental disorders
The link between increased sugar intake and the risk of mental disorder in susceptible mice has been elucidated with new research.
Scientist proves human brain can still beat AI using video game Pong
Scientists have found that a colony of human brain cells stored in a petri dish can perform better at a game of Pong than an AI.
A 'one in a million' brain from 310 million years ago was just found
A new study published in the journal Geology has detailed the discovery of a brain that dates back around 310 million years.
Gabe Newell says we're closer to Matrix-level technology than we think
Valve's CEO has touched on just how close the human race is to designing brain-computer interfaces.
Brain neurons & artificial neurons can talk in real-time over the web
Artificial brain neurons and biological brain neurons have successfully chatted in real-time over the internet.
Western-style fast-food diet linked to brain and memory impairment
Fast-food diets have been directly linked to human memory and brain impairment.
Google assisted in this extremely high-resolution map of brain neurons
This 3D map of 25,000 brain neurons marks a major milestone in understanding how neurons work.
This AI can spot brain hemorrhages with INSANE pixel-level accuracy
Researchers have developed an AI that can pinpoint brain hemorrhages to a pixel-level amount of accuracy.
The brain can store 1 petabyte of memories, or 13 years of HD video
Researchers have actually found out how large a capacity the average brain's memory is, and at one petabyte it's fairly large. No excuses for forgetting.
Netflix 'Inspector Gadget' cartoon reboot gets a trailer
The classic 80's TV series gets a new CG lick of paint... but where's the original theme song?
Bitdefender's new security software gives you access to the BRAIN
Bitdefender's new Total Security Multi-Device can be used on Windows, Mac and Android, with "artificial intelligence technolgies" to protect you.
Brain-computer interface shows great potential over next 12 years
The BCI market is still in its infancy, but is growing at a rapid pace.
Intel building Skynet, are launching research into technology that mimics the human brain and "learns" about its user
Intel researching into technology that would mimic your brain, it would learn about you.