UC Davis professor Charan Ranganath collects brain-imaging data with two MRI machines at UC Davis’ Sacramento campus and Center for Neuroscience as part of a project to create humanlike artificial intelligence.
UC Davis professor Charan Ranganath collects brain-imaging data with two MRI machines at UC Davis’ Sacramento campus and Center for Neuroscience as part of a project to create humanlike artificial intelligence. Walter Ko wko@sacbee.com
UC Davis professor Charan Ranganath collects brain-imaging data with two MRI machines at UC Davis’ Sacramento campus and Center for Neuroscience as part of a project to create humanlike artificial intelligence. Walter Ko wko@sacbee.com

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May 11, 2017 04:00 AM

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