NewsExperts: Driving behavior can help identify the first signs...

Experts: Driving behavior can help identify the first signs of dementia

Researchers in the USA used algorithms to study the driving behavior of older people. Apparently, this allows the first signs of dementia to be detected.

Washington, DC (USA) – The results of a study from the USA sound exciting: A team of scientists from various universities believe they have found a new way of detecting dementia at an early stage based on driving behavior. They used machine learning to develop algorithms with the help of which they in turn examined the behavior of older people behind the wheel. According to the study, there is now evidence that atypical changes in people’s driving behavior can be early signs of a mild cognitive impairment (Mild Cognitive Impairment, MCI for short) or dementia, as reported by

For the study called LongROAD (“Longitudinal Research on Aging Drivers”), the data of 2,977 participants were recorded in their vehicles over a period of 45 months. As the researchers found out, machine learning, or the algorithms derived from it, can predict MCI or dementia in drivers with 66 percent accuracy based on the changed driving behavior alone. The accuracy increased to 88 percent if demographic characteristics (age, gender, ethnicity and education) were also taken into account. According to the scientists, these are only preliminary results so far. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

Schedules of the Valencia GP of MotoGP in Cheste and how to see it

The Cheste circuit hosts this weekend, from November 4 to 6, the 2022 MotoGP Comunitat Valenciana GP. See the schedules and all the information.

"Don't talk to me!": Danni Büchner makes a clear announcement to hated party guests

Danni Büchner is invited to Sam Dylan's Halloween party. But the "Goodbye Germany" emigrant has no desire for many other party guests. And find clear words.

King Charles III Portrait now on the first coin: Serious change to the Queen

Charles III first coins with his portrait are there. Coin lovers immediately discover two striking differences.

Unknown colourfulness

Bird Species Discovered on Islands in Indonesia

Braking was tricky

Apart from that, everything worked like a picture book for the railway world record in Switzerland