Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Two Faces of Aging: Cancer and Cellular Senescence

Author: Adam Alonzi Aging, inflammation, cancer, and cellular senescence are all intimately interconnected. Deciphering the nature of each thread is a tremendous task, but must be done if preventative and geriatric medicine ever hope to advance. A one dimensional analysis … Continue reading

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Deep Learning Fuels Nvidia’s Self-Driving Car Technology

Author: Micah Blumberg Nvidia’s new “Self Driving Car System” features “Deep Learning” which is also known as Artificial Intelligence. Deep Learning is the key part of what makes Nvidia’s technology so brilliant. Nvidia’s Drivenet platform is being used by Nvidia’s … Continue reading

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Inflammation and Anti-Inflammatories

Author: Rima Martin and Adam Alonzi     We usually consume what our hearts and stomachs desire, but everyday foods can damage our health if taken in excess. Our body’s inflammatory process a wonderful part of the immune system. If … Continue reading

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Free Virtual Reality Cognitive Training App for Gear VR Released on the Oculus Play Store.

Author: Micah Blumberg Cerevrum is a new cognitive training Virtual Reality game available on Gear VR. It can be downloaded for free from the Oculus Play Store! The game combines neuroscience with data driven artificial intelligence to adjust to different skill … Continue reading

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America’s Pseudo Moralistic Culture: Murder in the Medical Industry

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Author: Carla M. Parsons From the moment we are born we start to die. We used to think this was a natural process, but now we understand aging is not only a programed genetic disease but that it’s preventable in … Continue reading

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Neurotechnology and the Future of Art

Author: Adam Alonzi   Mind-machine interfaces, the decoding of the brain’s workings, and other unforeseen advances in neurotechnology will usher in a creative explosion unparalleled in all history. It has implications for music, literature, and how, on the most basic … Continue reading

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