Research: Georgia State University’s TReNDS study has researched how to treat and prevent debilitating diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and autism. The result of which was published in the Journal of Scientific Reports.
On this research, a team of seven Georgia scientists developed a sophisticated computer program. By this, copious amounts of brain imaging data could discover unexpected patterns related to mental health disorders. The functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scan used to produce brain imaging data evaluates dynamic brain activity by finding minute variations in blood flow.
The study’s lead author, an assistant professor of neuroscience and computer science at Georgia State University, said that “we built artificial intelligence models to analyze a substantial amount of information from fMRI”.
Scientist not from X-ray or MRI but from a movie of dynamic image of similar activity. With this he saw accessible data is so big, blood test which is much more effective than X-ray or MRI but the data is so much Which is very difficult to understand. But AI can do data mining through standard fMRI using models.
Vince Calhoun, founder and director of the TReNDS Center, as well as study author, said “huge datasets are available in individuals without any documented clinical problems.” Model performance on smaller, more focused datasets was enhanced by using these broader but unrelated public datasets.
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Vince Calhoun said- “New patterns have evolved that we can clearly link each of the three brain diseases.”
In this research, a simultaneous dataset of more than 10,000 people started working on the basis of initial training of AI. He had a good grasp of the fundamentals of fMRI imaging and brain activity. In this, they used multi-sided data of more than 1200 people. This included other serious diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and autism.
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According to Vince Calhoun- If a person recognizes the risk factors for Alzheimer’s by the age of 40. So there can be many ways to give him a good treat.
Vince Calhoun said- “We are still unable to predict when it will develop, even if we know through previous testing or family history that someone is at risk for a disease such as Alzheimer’s.” Brain imaging can shorten that window by finding relevant patterns as soon as they emerge, before clinical disease becomes apparent.
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