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The forefront of research in artificial intelligence is once again in the spotlight with the III ValgrAI Morning Research Meeting. This online event, which aims to become a benchmark for professionals and academics, continues to strengthen ties within the scientific community. Today, we are pleased to share the progress of two extraordinary research projects that are breaking new ground in the field of historical document translation and the study of neuronal plasticity.

📜 Featured Presentations at the III ValgrAI Morning Research Meeting

“Machine Translation Applications to Historical Documents” 

Authors: Miguel Domingo

Miguel Domingo astounded us with his talk on how machine translation can make historical documents accessible to a wider audience. His approach allows for better comprehension of these texts and facilitates the extraction of valuable information for the natural language processing community.

Frequency Dependent Plasticity

Author: Wael El-Deredy

Wael El-Deredy repeated as a speaker in our ValgrAI Morning Research Meeting, taking us through the frequency-dependent plasticity (FDP) concept. His presentation covered theoretical and empirical studies demonstrating FDP in humans, discussing its implications on machine learning aspects like learning rate and time series analysis. An innovative approach that could transform our understanding of learning and neuroscience.

The Impact of the Morning Meetings on Research and Industry

The “ValgrAI Morning Research Meetings” go beyond traditional academic frameworks, acting as catalysts for innovation and progress. These gatherings facilitate a vital collaboration ecosystem to translate research into practical and tangible solutions.

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