A new, deep-learning algorithm can accurately determine the memorability of images with human accuracy.
A new study has demonstrated how fear arises in the brain when individuals are exposed to threatening images.
A new study has shown how neurons in the part of the brain responsible for recognizing objects respond to being shown a barrage of images.
A new study found that people who were sleep deprived had a harder time remembering details.
NASA recently released what it calls one of the most colorful images of deep space ever captured by the 24-year-old Hubble Telescope.
The National Security Agency is building a comprehensive facial recognition database by intercepting huge numbers of images of people from communications that it intercepts through its global surveillance operations, according to top-secret documents, cited by the New York Times.
Researchers have developed a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system that can produce nano-scale images allowing researchers to peer into the atomic structures of individual molecules.
So far, it is only we human that have been gifted by such an accurate and quick recognition mechanism but a recent study have hinted that dogs too can possess the similar ability.
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