How brains do what they do is more complex than what anatomy on its own suggests

A bioengineer explains how a clearer picture of brain structure and function may fine-tune the ways brain surgery attempts to correct structure and medication tries to correct function.

Salvatore Domenic Morgera, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Bioengineering, Tau Beta Pi Eminent Engineer, University of South Florida • conversation
July 16, 2020 ~11 min

Tags:  bioengineering  brain  neuroscience  cognition  electricity  neurons  fmri  neural-networks  cognitive-skills  wireless  near-field-communication  neural-processing  cognitive-function  nerve-signal  neural-circuitry  neural-circuits  neural-signals

How technology can combat the rising tide of fake science

The internet has allowed pseudoscience to flourish. Artificial intelligence could help steer people away from the bad information.

Chris Impey, University Distinguished Professor of Astronomy, University of Arizona • conversation
March 9, 2020 ~8 min

Tags:  education  climate-change  artificial-intelligence  covid-19  natural-language-processing  fake-news  bigfoot  climate-change-denial  superstition  pseudoscience  aliens  evidence  ghosts  magical-thinking  neural-networks  flat-earth  scientific-literacy  haunted-house  paranormal-beliefs  evidence-based

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