Humans possess surprising nutritional intelligence

Journal Reference: Jeffrey M. Brunstrom, Mark Schatzker. Micronutrients and food choice: A case of ‘nutritional wisdom’ in humans? Appetite, 2022; 106055 DOI: 10.1016/j.appet.2022.106055 The international study, led by the University of Bristol (UK), set out to re-examine and test the widely-held view that humans evolved to favour energy dense foods and our diets are balanced … Read more

Artificial intelligence helps physicians better assess the effectiveness of bladder cancer treatment

Journal Reference: Di Sun, Lubomir Hadjiiski, Ajjai Alva, Yousef Zakharia, Monika Joshi, Heang-Ping Chan, Rohan Garje, Lauren Pomerantz, Dean Elhag, Richard H. Cohan, Elaine M. Caoili, Wesley T. Kerr, Kenny H. Cha, Galina Kirova-Nedyalkova, Matthew S. Davenport, Prasad R. Shankar, Isaac R. Francis, Kimberly Shampain, Nathaniel Meyer, Daniel Barkmeier, Sean Woolen, Phillip L. Palmbos, Alon … Read more

Clearing up biases in artificial intelligence

Journal Reference: Amy McGovern, Imme Ebert-Uphoff, David John Gagne, Ann Bostrom. Why we need to focus on developing ethical, responsible, and trustworthy artificial intelligence approaches for environmental science. Environmental Data Science, 2022; 1 DOI: 10.1017/eds.2022.5 For one University of Oklahoma scientist, however, artificial intelligence and machine learning are at the forefront of her work — … Read more

Can artificial intelligence reveal why languages change over time?

Journal Reference: Naomi Caselli, Corrine Occhino, Bruno Artacho, Andreas Savakis, Matthew Dye. Perceptual optimization of language: Evidence from American Sign Language. Cognition, 2022; 224: 105040 DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2022.105040 Deaf studies scholar Naomi Caselli and a team of researchers found that American Sign Language (ASL) signs that are challenging to perceive — those that are rare or … Read more

Artificial intelligence to bring museum specimens to the masses

Journal Reference: Abraham Nieva de la Hidalga, Paul L. Rosin, Xianfang Sun, Laurence Livermore, James Durrant, James Turner, Mathias Dillen, Alicia Musson, Sarah Phillips, Quentin Groom & Alex Hardisty. Cross-validation of a semantic segmentation network for natural history collection specimens. Machine Vision and Applications, 2022 DOI: 10.1007/s00138-022-01276-z A team from Cardiff University is using state-of-the-art … Read more

Artificial intelligence tool may help predict heart attacks

Journal Reference: Andrew Lin, Nipun Manral, Priscilla McElhinney, Aditya Killekar, Hidenari Matsumoto, Jacek Kwiecinski, Konrad Pieszko, Aryabod Razipour, Kajetan Grodecki, Caroline Park, Yuka Otaki, Mhairi Doris, Alan C Kwan, Donghee Han, Keiichiro Kuronuma, Guadalupe Flores Tomasino, Evangelos Tzolos, Aakash Shanbhag, Markus Goeller, Mohamed Marwan, Heidi Gransar, Balaji K Tamarappoo, Sebastien Cadet, Stephan Achenbach, Stephen J … Read more

Artificial intelligence paves the way to discovering new rare-earth compounds

Journal Reference: Prashant Singh, Tyler Del Rose, Guillermo Vazquez, Raymundo Arroyave, Yaroslav Mudryk. Machine-learning enabled thermodynamic model for the design of new rare-earth compounds. Acta Materialia, 2022; 229: 117759 DOI: 10.1016/j.actamat.2022.117759 Ames Lab has been a leader in rare-earths research since the middle of the 20th century. Rare earth elements have a wide range of … Read more

Dementia patients struggle to cope with change because of damage to general intelligence brain networks

Dementia patients struggle to cope with change because of damage to general intelligence brain networks – NovLink Home Mash I Dementia patients struggle to cope with change because of damage to general intelligence brain networks We would like to say thanks to the author of this short article for this remarkable material Dementia patients struggle … Read more

Using artificial intelligence to find anomalies hiding in massive datasets

Researchers at the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab have devised a computationally efficient method that can automatically pinpoint anomalies in those data streams in real time. They demonstrated that their artificial intelligence method, which learns to model the interconnectedness of the power grid, is much better at detecting these glitches than some other popular techniques. Because … Read more

Kritiek: maar 21 NVWA-rapporten op 15 miljoen varkens – Artificial Intelligence maakt intensief toezicht slachthuizen mogelijk – Foodlog

Kritiek maar 21 NVWA rapporten op 15 miljoen varkens Artificial

Vandaag was in de kranten te lezen: ‘Levend koken van varkens in slachthuizen gaat nog altijd door’ (RTL Nieuws), ‘Dierenleed in Nederlandse slachthuizen is nog steeds niet voorbij: ‘Schandalig dat we dit toestaan’’ (Metro), ‘Levende varkens in bloedheet water, een wond als een voetbal: dit zagen inspecteurs in Nederlandse slachthuizen’ (de Volkskrant), ‘NVWA-inspecteurs zien varkens … Read more

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