BiorXiv neuroscience abstracts as told by GPT-2

Writing papers is hard! Why not let GPT do it for you?

Here are some neuroscience paper abstracts, generated using GPT-2 trained on BiorXiv abstracts from the past year.

Our right hemisphere is the most central and primary motor areas for decision making. Furthermore, we identified cortical areas in the left anterior insula with similar functional connectivity as the medial premotor system. By contrast, all the visual areas have been grouped in left orbitofrontal regions. These findings imply that the left insula is a more central and primary motor area for decision making than the left orbitofrontal cortex. Our results demonstrate that the interaction between right and left insula is a key factor influencing decision making in many species, which could help us to understand decision-making processes.

We propose a machine learning protocol in the language of neuroscience, the model-learning-neuron algorithm. Such an algorithm was previously used to perform high dimensional image reconstruction from single cell cell cultures in the visual system (VMC) and is described as a non-canonical circuit. However, the idea for a model-learning-neuron has yet to be formally explained by a language of neurophysiology. Using the latest computational methods (Golang and GPU) based on high dimensional convolutional neural networks (CNNs), we demonstrate the applicable applicability of “local” models to the reconstruction of VMC cell types using high dimensional recurrent CNNs as well as the ability of recurrent CNNs to perform image classification on the convolutional neural network outputs. We propose a new machine learning algorithm called the “low” model and its application to the reconstruction of different VMC cell types, each of which presents a unique case study.

Inspection of the eye results in a mismatch information between pupil-fixed pupil and saccadic eye fields. Although saccadic responses from pupil-fixed pupils provide a more objective visual inspection, eye position information from the saccadic eye-field in particular is a powerful inspection tool. Here we examine whether the brain uses eye signal information.

Our study reports the observation of an extended and robust global gene expression pattern in the brain and the ability to predict these patterns via gene-environment interactions. We first describe the model-evoked protein folding model based on canonical Caenoreceptor 1-2 (Caenoreceptor-1) inhibition and the resulting dynamic functional connectivity among brain mRNAs and microglia; then, we used structural imaging, gene expression and RNA sequencing data to model the model and obtain mechanistic insights linking the observed pattern of gene activity, brain mRNAs and microglia-specific RNA expression to the observed gene-environment interactions. We identify that gene expression is highly correlated with gene expression in each brain region.

We present two ways to build neurons with large and dense dendritic networks with high connectivity. To build a dense, compact DNN, we train a small DNN, that, when dendrite density decreases, connects with sparse dendrites, using a simple learning algorithm to a high-resolution dendrite-diverse model that combines multiple DNN models. This simple model performs relatively well both for training the dendrite density (2-6 g/cm3 for this dendrite density: https://github.com/wimelijancic/dendriticdendrites) and for testing how the density changes over time (e.g. dendrites expand or dendritic cell density increases to match the density of dendrophils). The low-density dendrite-diverse model, when compared to the high-density dendrite-diverse model we trained with the training code for the model-learning-neuron algorithm, yields better performance for all tests except dendritic cell densities. We apply this model and training samples from the model trained in one network trained with the trained DNN to a second dendritic-diverse model trained in another dendritic-diverse model trained in another dendrite density. Finally, these results provide strong evidence for a link between the density of dendrites in the dendrites of the dendrites neurons and how the connectivity of these neurons changes over time.

The hippocampus (HPC), a sub-circuit of the amygdala, is critical for many aspects of animal behavior, including cognition and memory processing. HPC is also critical for learning and memory formation. In experiments with macaque monkeys, HPC activity was significantly reduced when paired with elevated amyloid precursor protein levels. In contrast to human pathology, HPC activity in macaque was unaffected by amyloid precursor protein. This finding suggests that HPC-dependent HPC signaling may play a more significant role in mediating changes in hippocampal circuitry and in mediating memory formation in a neurodegenerative animal model.

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Okay uh…. way more boring than I was hoping for. Though kinda interesting that almost all of the abstracts it generated use some sort of deep learning? Don’t really know how to interpret that.

Anyway.

Let’s fine-tune the GPT-2 model with recipes.

      Title: BRINED HIPPOCAMPUS
 Categories: Seafood, neurological
      Yield: 1 Servings

  1 1/2 c  (1/2 lb) capers
      2 tb vegetable oil
      1 m  fish fillet,
     1 ts baking powder
     2 ts salt
     2    anchovies, salt, pepper,
     3    onions, green olives,
     1 ts garlic, beaten;
     2 tb butter
     1 tb butter
     1 tb hippocampus
     1 tb HPC

  Saute capers, oil, fish fillet, anchovies.
  Saute till fish is cooked and onion just begins to
  turn translucent.
  Add strained wine or CSF (CSF) and simmer 10 to 15 minutes.
  Bring to a boil and remove from heat.
  Add oil and butter and butter and bring to a boil. Simmer 10 to 15
  minutes more until fish is cooked and sauce is still
  readable. Add curry powder and hippocampus. Heat to
  boil and simmer gently for 4 minutes. Remove from heat and let rest.
  Poke bis osmoglobin, hot oil and chunks. Careful not to burn.

Title: PRIMARY MOTOR EARLY DEVELOPMERNTAL SOUP

     2 ts Butter
      1 tb Low-sodium marmalade
      2 ts Cheddar/tomato
           Second cut mushrooms
      1    Hot coals
      1 ts Ground nutmeg
      2 tb Light olive oil
      1 tb Water
      1 tb GABA or SALT

  Combine everything, dredge bottom of pan with water and toast for 15
  minutes to dissolve oil. add current gradually to stimulate, but add
  mushrooms and saut two minutes, add nutmeg and parsley to the beer
  mixture and stir.

We got two whole retinal recipes!!

     Title: RETINAL PIZZA PIZZA
 Categories: Authors, Pizzas
      Yield: 1 Servings

   1/4 c  Breadcrumbs
    1/2 c  Water
     1 c  Baby okra
    1/4 c  Ground beef, tenderloin
    1/4 c  peruvian retinal
    1/4 ts Tabasco sauce
     1 c  flour
     1 pn Pepperoni

  Prepare a pizza pan by separating the crust from the
  sides. Grill each doughnut and ketchup strictly feedforward, or until cooked.

      Title: Retinal dystrophy (NDDIT)
 Categories: Animals, Neurodegeneration
      Yield: 1 CUP

  1. Combine rgb-versamol and epirubed.
 2. Heat slowly and steadily to prevent chip marked fate.
 3. Whisk in red wine at 450°.
 4. Let stand for ten seconds in cold water.

      Title: VAGUS SALAD
 Categories: Appetizers, Salads
      Yield: 6 Servings

  1 1/4 c  Cranberries
  5 1/4 c  VAGUSSTOF F ("vagus substance", or)
  2 c  Walnuts or dicing
  1 c  Garlic
  2 ts Baking powder (or 1/2 teaspoon olive oil)
    1/4 ts Salt
  0 3/4 c  Butter, melted
  4 tb Baking soda
 3 ts Minced fresh parsley
3 tb Murduee juice
      1 tb Fresh basil

  Combine the apricots, cranberries, walnuts and garlic, add the sour
  ingredients; mix well.

  Smear between your hands onto a 6x6x15-inch baking grid and form into 2- to 3-inch
  hot dog shapes.

"PANCH" comes from the word panch. Thus, it is an abbreviation of panch-tapas,
meaning large portion; the bottom is referred to as the bottom.
The surface area is critical, especially for the proper
functioning of
 the organism's anus.

A recent PLOS paper, "Famous heat plays a key role in the persistence of
carcinogens and the function of estrogens", opens new
avenues to the understanding of dietary sensitivities that might contribute to
susceptibility to carcinogens, but could impact the inhibitory properties
of salad.

     Title: THALAMUS AND EGGS PUMMIES
 Categories: Meat replacements, Soups, Dan Dan
      Yield: 8 Servings

      1 lb Dan Dan Dan bean
      8 oz Water chestnuts
    1/4 c  White wine,
    1/4 c  Gypsum. I get mine from thalamus,
    2/3 c  Soy sauce
    4    Yellow and red chili peppers,
           -sliced

  Rinse the Dan Dan bean well and chop it. Rinse the
  seaweeds well.:

  Cook the thalamus until slightly thickened. Add the brainstem or buccal
  nerve to the alteryl sinusoidal unit. (Return the green light)

  Combine both the bean and seaweeds in a large bowl and add the
  ketchup, water chestnuts, soy sauce, tomato paste,
  chili peppers, fish stock and salt. Stir well. Add the
  sauce and mix well. Coldplate comes, a dish you can warm up with the
  Dan Dan bean.

     Title: GLUTAMATE DESSERT (MacY)
 Categories: Beverages
      Yield: 1 Servings

     1 tb Olive oil
     1     Cloves garlic
     1 cn Neu, sliced
     1 ts Orange zest
     2 tb Freshly ground black pepper

Prepare mac. squeeze out the last 1/2 cup water. SURF a short slash of the Alt.
mode into the ends of the red tip of the macaron, scrape it off and line the
inside of a 6 quart saucepan over the hot water.

Add oil to mixture, whisk/fry on high until oil separates from the mixture.
Leave to boil.

Lightly heat the Keurig machine(mine) to hot.

Simmer corticosteroids in the adult mouse cortex. This can activate a system
module over time.

Bonus instructions that didn’t actually come with a recipe:

 1. Put pork
2. When its skin is fresh, rinse, drain and place on paper towels.
3. Pat the skin and marinade tender year round,
separating meat and skin. Heat the bottle of marinade and depressurize the liquid behind the
cap of the bottle slightly. Cover the lid with towel and set aside.

4. On Christmas, salt, pepper, and petunias are
an effective and inexpensive refriders of mucus membranes
and maintain open air bacteria (DO2) in the uveitis.

1. Heat the bottle of marinade and depressurize the liquid behind the cap
of the bottle slightly. Cover the lid with towel and label
"RICE SAUCE SKIN" area on the side of the bottle. Freeze it.

I also want to illustrate that setting the temperature of the net generator high enough to get the results above also makes it vulnerable to degenerate conditions like the ones below:


      Title: GENE EXPRESSION ROTISSERIE
 Categories: E-Cigarettes, Food
      Yield: 6 Servings

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Parkinsons disease domain 1 (PD1)-laden brain
Title: Categories:

neuron

Happy cooking!

Written on December 20, 2020