Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania conducted a brain study where they used personalized algorithms to trigger brain-specific pulses, to hopefully improve their patients’ memories . . . and these algorithms did. Patients’ word recall increased by 15 percent. Essentially, they are working to build a brain-activity reader that can tell when the brain is effectively encoding memories. If it’s not, they send pulses pulses to certain areas of the brain that kick brain activity up a notch.
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