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Algorithm Links Brain Signals to Specific Behaviours

News   Nov 10, 2020 | Original story from University of Southern California

 
Algorithm Links Brain Signals to Specific Behaviours

Brain with its fibers showing its immense complexity. The new machine learning method can isolate patterns in brain signals that relate to a specific behaviour and decode the behaviour much better. Credit: Omid Sani & Maryam Shanechi, Shanechi Lab at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering

 
 
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