Speech and hearing
Researchers identify two neural circuits used to track the location and motion of a sound.
New research shows inner ear hair cells may be to blame for some types of hearing loss.
An idea from noise-canceling headphones helps make a better stethoscope.
Masks may make communication even more difficult for those with hearing loss or who face language barriers.
Study attributes age-related hearing loss to hair cells -- the same sense organs that are damaged by loud noises.
A conversation with computational linguist Emily M. Bender about the ways artificial intelligence can go wrong.
Researchers develop a new technique that uses artificial intelligence to summarize long scientific papers.
Eating softer processed foods changed the position of humans' adult teeth, making it easier to say sounds like "f" and "v," new research suggests.
New research suggests that the language you speak may affect how you form memories -- even when the memory has nothing to do with words.
A better understanding of how humans detect different voices may help design better voice recognition software.
Studies show the answer is complicated.
A neuroscientist explains how music is the language of emotion.