Senior Syrian intelligence officer sentenced to life in Germany for crimes against humanity, historic first

Senior Syrian intelligence officer sentenced to life in Germany for

Anwar Raslan, April 23, 2020. THOMAS LOHNES / AFP A former colonel of the Syrian intelligence services was sentenced, Thursday, January 13, by the German justice to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity in the framework of the first trial in the world linked to the abuses attributed to the regime of Bashar Al-Assad . … Read more

Consciousness in people, animals and artificial intelligence

Journal Reference: Armin Zlomuzica, Ekrem Dere. Towards an animal model of consciousness based on the platform theory. Behavioural Brain Research, 2022; 419: 113695 DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2021.113695 Professor Armin Zlomuzica from the Behavioral and Clinical Neuroscience research group at RUB and Professor Ekrem Dere, formerly at Université Paris-Sorbonne, now at RUB, describe their theory in the journal … Read more

Study finds artificial intelligence accurately detects fractures on x-rays, alert human readers

Study finds artificial intelligence accurately detects fractures on x-rays, alert human readers – NovLink Home Mash O Study finds artificial intelligence accurately detects fractures on x-rays, alert human readers We wish to give thanks to the author of this article for this awesome web content Study finds artificial intelligence accurately detects fractures on x-rays, alert … Read more

Artificial intelligence accurately predicts who will develop dementia in two years

Journal Reference: Charlotte James, Janice M. Ranson, Richard Everson, David J. Llewellyn. Performance of Machine Learning Algorithms for Predicting Progression to Dementia in Memory Clinic Patients. JAMA Network Open, 2021; 4 (12): e2136553 DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.36553 Using data from more than 15,300 patients in the US, research from the University of Exeter found that a form … Read more

Artificial intelligence can scan docs’ notes to distinguish between types of back pain

About 80 percent of adults experience lower back pain in their lifetime; it is the most common cause of job-related disability. Many argue that prescribing opioids for lower back pain contributed to the opioid crisis; thus, determining the quality of lower back pain in clinical practice could provide an effective tool not only to improve … Read more

Artificial intelligence that can discover hidden physical laws in various data

This technology could enable us to discover the hidden equations of motion behind phenomena for which the laws were considered unexplainable. For example, it may be possible to use physics-based knowledge and simulations to examine ecosystem sustainability. The research group consisted of Associate Professor YAGUCHI Takaharu and PhD. student CHEN Yuhan (Graduate School of System … Read more

Fighting blood diseases with artificial intelligence

Journal Reference: Christian Matek, Sebastian Krappe, Christian Münzenmayer, Torsten Haferlach, Carsten Marr. Highly accurate differentiation of bone marrow cell morphologies using deep neural networks on a large image data set. Blood, 2021; 138 (20): 1917 DOI: 10.1182/blood.2020010568 Largest open-source database for bone marrow cell images The Helmholtz Munich researchers developed the largest open access database … Read more

Egypt hijacks anti-terrorist intelligence provided by France to target civilians, says “Disclose”

Egypt hijacks anti terrorist intelligence provided by France to target civilians

Is Egypt using intelligence provided by France in the fight against terrorism to target civilians? This is what asserts the investigative media Disclose, who had access to “Confidential defense documents”. According to Disclose, the French intelligence mission “Sirli”, started in February 2016 for the benefit of Egypt in the name of the fight against terrorism, … Read more

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