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Spam Filter Algorithm Used to Study Tiny Hydra

News   May 01, 2018 | Original Story from Columbia University

 
Spam Filter Algorithm Used to Study Tiny Hydra

Researchers show how an algorithm for filtering spam can learn to pick out, from hours of video footage, the full behavioral repertoire of tiny, pond-dwelling Hydra. In the above image, hydra's neurons are labeled with a green fluorescence indicator. Credit: Yuste Lab, Columbia University

 
 
 

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