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Stay tuned for The Yuan’s brain science themed webinar this July!
By Jack Kotin  |  Apr 29, 2024
Stay tuned for The Yuan’s brain science themed webinar this July!
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The Yuan recently ran a three-week series of articles from April 1 to April 19, with topics examining the intersection of neuroscience and AI. The series was a great success and will be followed up in July by a webinar featuring some of the series’ outstanding contributors.

HONG KONG - From time to time, The Yuan publishes a series of articles covering a certain theme. The most recent of these focused on brain science, and in particular the ways in which AI and neuroscience are coming together to spur new breakthroughs and enhance humanity’s understanding of the brain. This has huge implications, from treating neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s to enhancing research about different parts of the brain and their various functions - which in turn may even hold the key to important fields of the future, like increased longevity and digital immortality.

Contributors from all over the world - including the United States, the United Kingdom, India, the European Union, Nigeria, and Singapore - offered their unique perspectives from their respective fields of expertise and geographical locations. Unlocking brain science’s potential is a far bigger task than any single nation or profession can hope to accomplish on its own - it is a glob

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