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People have certain physical ‘tells’ when they conceal information – and studies show that good liars can prevent these ‘tells’ being detected. But scientists have now shown that even a brain imaging technique called fMRI, which in theory is much harder to trick, can be beaten by people who use two particular mental countermeasures.
- Brain imaging lie detector can be beaten with simple techniques – Neuroscience News
- Scientists reveal how easy it is to TRICK a lie-detector test – Mirror
- Brain Imaging Lie Detector Can Be Beaten With Simple Techniques, Research Shows – Forensic Mag
- Brain imaging lie detector: Researchers discover two techniques to beat this test – CTV News
- Study Shows Simple Mental Techniques Can Be Used to Beat Brain Imaging Lie Detector – Interesting Engineering
Artificial intelligence (AI) could help scientists shed new light on the variety of species living on the ocean floor, according to new research led by the University of Plymouth.
- AI helps marine ecologists study deep-sea species – The Engineer
- Scientists Explore Use of Robots, AI to Understand the Deep-sea – Laboratory Equipment
- Using Robots and Artificial Intelligence to Understand the Deep-Sea – Interesting Engineering
- Using robots and AI to understand deep sea – Tech Explorist
A £2.7 million project is to use artificial intelligence to adapt and personalise live radio, with the aim of transforming life for people living alone with dementia.
- How smart tech is helping people with dementia – Financial Times
- AI-based radio broadcasts could help people living with dementia – Engineering and Technology
- Music therapists at Anglia Ruskin aiming to help dementia sufferers with £2.7m project – Cambridge Independent
Dr Lucy Obolensky, who supported Sir David Attenborough as he filmed the hit show Our Planet, hopes her work will encourage more people to consider a career in general practice.
- The Plymouth GP travelling the world with Sir David Attenborough – Plymouth Live
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