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  • [New] Researchers from Kaunas University of Technology in Lithuania developed a deep learning-based method that can predict the possible onset of Alzheimer's disease from brain images with an accuracy of over 99%. Longevity.Technology
  • Researchers at Kaunas University in Lithuania have developed a method based on deep learning that can predict the possible incidence of Alzheimer's disease through brain images with an accuracy rate of over 99%. Medical Trend
  • Potential benefits of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) devices such as long-term benefits and better postoperative outcomes, are anticipated to fuel the market growth. Market Research Insights
  • Specialists will use software that uses text messages for patient communication at Brain and Spine Surgeons of New York to evaluate post-operative outcomes for spinal surgery patients. HealthCareExecIntelligence
  • Researchers from Kaunas universities in Lithuania developed a deep learning-based method that can predict the possible onset of Alzheimer's disease from brain images with an accuracy of over 99%.
  • Researchers from the University of Colorado, Boulder use a machine learning model to learn physical properties in electronics building blocks, as a way to predict how larger electronics components will work or fail. the-earth-dies-dreaming
  • Researchers from across the UK will investigate everything from brain fog to ongoing breathlessness, using a new technique to detect hidden lung damage. BBC News
  • Research published in the medical journal Gut in June 2020 found that following the Mediterranean Diet may help the aging process by lowering inflammation markers and increasing both brain function and gut health. Well+Good
  • Older adults (OA) with MCI have a higher risk of developing dementia, particularly Alzheimer's disease, compared to healthy OA and show more brain neuropathology linked to dementia in postmortem studies and in studies with cerebrospinal fluid analysis. Frontiers
  • Researchers from Tel Aviv University have 3D printed a first-of-its-kind glioblastoma tumor using patient cells that could empower new methods to improve the treatment of brain cancer. 3D Printing Industry
  • As AI continues to be integrated into more software and services, many companies will rely on Nvidia's chips to provide the brains for their AI systems. The Motley Fool
  • Research from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville indicated walking lessened the risk for dementia and Alzheimer's disease in elderly men. CNN
  • New York-based Synchron announced Wednesday that it has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration to begin clinical trials of its Stentrode motor neuroprosthesis - a brain implant it is hoped could ultimately be used to cure paralysis. Impact Lab
  • The Alzheimer's Association is launching a two-year clinical trial researching lifestyle intervention on protecting brain health and potentially reducing the risk of dementia. MediFit Club
  • When the human brain invents a machine smarter than itself, that machine will invent something smarter again, and so on and so forth, at an increasing rate of efficiency, wirelessly networked with other burgeoning artificial minds around the globe in the way the human brain could never replicate. New Atlas
  • Elon Musk's Neuralink could become the ultimate prosthetic and help disabled people connect their brain activities with actions in the real world. Transport Times
  • China is working to become the world leader in AI by 2030, and the United States declared in 2019 that it would maintain its world leadership on artificial intelligence. europeanleadershipnetwork
  • Neuralink has spent the last four years building brain-machine interface technology that will revolutionize the treatment of brain injuries and neurological disorders. TESLARATI
  • The neurotech company Paradromics raised $20 million to further develop and refine its own neural implant, which it claims will grant people with paralysis the ability to move and communicate via brain-computer interface. Futurism
  • In a Swedish cohort of people over the age of 50, untreated herpesvirus infection increased the risk of dementia by 1.5 -fold. Frontiers
  • A team of researchers led by Curtin University has discovered a new way to improve the absorption rate of medicinal cannabis when taken orally, which could potentially be used to treat neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis and traumatic brain injuries in the future. Medical Xpress
  • Brain-computer interface technology is being studied to restore speaking capabilities in people with paralysis, and earlier this month a Facebook-backed study demonstrated that it could translate brain activity into words and sentences in real time. Mobihealthnews
  • From a start-up that will begin human trials to test if brain implants can cure brain disorders to an airline launching live, online in-flight shopping, find out the most innovative global initiatives happening this month. Mintel

Last updated: 19 September 2021