Scientific American magazine credited three Israelis with groundbreaking research.
The influential magazine, in its listing of the year’s most important scientific discoveries, cited Professors Eshel Ben-Jacob and Beka Solomon and Dr. Itay Baruch, all from Tel Aviv University, as innovators in the field of “neurological insights.”
Ben-Jacob and Baruch are experts in artificial intelligence who have been seeking the means of building a computer that can think creatively. Solomon is a researcher specializing in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.
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