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Phone Video Algorithm Screens for Stroke

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A medical informatics team designed a computer model from patient videos to help emergency room physicians quickly diagnose stroke. . . . → Read More: Phone Video Algorithm Screens for Stroke

Software Designed to Model, Visualize Brain Circuits

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An academic-industry team designed a web-based software tool to ease the computer modeling, simulation, and visualization of the brain’s nerve cell circuits. . . . → Read More: Software Designed to Model, Visualize Brain Circuits

Individual Cells Explored with Virtual Reality

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A new software package uses virtual reality to allow biologists and medical researchers to visualize and explore inside individual cells in three dimensions. . . . → Read More: Individual Cells Explored with Virtual Reality

New Funds Advance Hand-Wrist Neural Rehab Device

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Developers of a system to help people with spinal cord injuries regain use of their hands and wrists, are configuring the device for home use. . . . → Read More: New Funds Advance Hand-Wrist Neural Rehab Device

Study Testing Wearables Data for Covid-19 Clues

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A biomedical engineering lab and analytics company are testing the feasibility of algorithms to find early signs of Covid-19 symptoms from smart watch users. . . . → Read More: Study Testing Wearables Data for Covid-19 Clues

Breath Analysis Sensor Licensed to Detect Covid-19

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Discoveries in a university lab that enable detection of Covid-19 infections from a person’s breath are being licensed for development by a biotechnology company. . . . → Read More: Breath Analysis Sensor Licensed to Detect Covid-19

A.I. Employed for Local Covid-19 Prediction Models

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Computer scientists in California are writing deep learning algorithms that generate forecasts for Covid-19 infections in local communities. . . . → Read More: A.I. Employed for Local Covid-19 Prediction Models

High-Capacity Brain Signal Reader Demonstrated

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A brain-computer interface device is shown to record the highest volume of brain signals from lab animals and sheep, according to its developers. . . . → Read More: High-Capacity Brain Signal Reader Demonstrated

Infographic – Apple Leads in A.I. Acquistions

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Among the tech giants, Apple is the most aggressive in acquiring start-ups developing A.I. applications over the past 10 years. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Apple Leads in A.I. Acquistions

Mobile App Screens for Sleep Apnea

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A medical software team designed a mobile app that records and analyzes a person’s sounds and sleep positions to detect signs of sleep apnea. . . . → Read More: Mobile App Screens for Sleep Apnea