...if scientists can create a more human-like cognitive memory function for computers, then this has many promising technological implications for humanity.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
E-learning company and developer of memory improvement software Ultimate Memory™, eReflect revealed today that a new research conducted by A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology, and Research) Institute for Infocomm, Singapore has concluded that lost memories are not lost after all, and there might be a way in the future that these memories can be retrieved. The study, published in the Journal of Computational Neuroscience last December 2012, was headed by Eng Yeow Cheu; Eng and the other researchers found that for memory to be retrieved, a specific amount of synapses in the brain need to be involved. If there are too many synaptic connections, the person doesn’t recall information. Instead, the memories are destroyed. On the other hand, when there is an insufficient number of synapses involved then the person cannot entirely retrieve a memory and that memory remains in obscurity.
According to Ultimate Memory™ this significant finding suggests that by controlling how synapses are created and meshed, and by understanding how they subsequently affect memory formation and retrieval, scientists will soon be able to retrieve information and events that were previously thought lost or inaccessible. As the developers at eReflect software revealed today, this is an exciting finding that sheds light on the mysterious functions of memory and how much more people have to learn about memory functions.
As the development team at Ultimate Memory™ noted, contemplating the future implications of such a development, this could be particularly helpful for patients with compromised memory due to memory-affecting illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease. It's hoped that significant relief and support can be given to such individuals by providing them with their otherwise lost memories. The research suggests that when scientists are aware of the specific ways in which memories are formed and recalled they can more easily manipulate these in ways that are beneficial for people with memory impairment.
Looking at the research from an entirely different aspect, the software representatives also suggested the importance of this finding for developing even smarter, artificial intelligence computers. According to Ultimate Memory™, if scientists can create a more human-like cognitive memory function for computers, then this has many promising technological implications for humanity.
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