Just wanted to point out that we just posted a preprint on BioRxiv! In "On the prediction of human intelligence from neuroimaging: A systematic review of methods and reporting" we collected the literature on the application of machine-learning to the prediction of intelligence from MRI, spanning 30 studies from 2008 through 2020. See the Twitter thread for more details:
Have you ever read papers that use machine learning to predict intelligence from neuroimaging data? Have you thought it would be really really cool if someone collected this literature into a review?! We thought you did so we did it! https://t.co/ByB9JB1Qhu— Bruno Hebling Vieira (@HeblingVieira) October 21, 2021
For this work, I counted on great collaborators and co-authors, Dr. Gustavo Santo Pedro Pamplona, Karim Fachinello, Alice Kamensek Silva, Prof. Maria Paula Foss, and Prof. Carlos Ernesto Garrido Salmon.
On the prediction of human intelligence from neuroimaging: A systematic review of methods and reporting, bioRxiv preprint, 2021-10-20, doi: 10.1101/2021.10.19.462649
This preprint is part of my Thesis by the way. Did I say that my defense it's right around the corner? It will be held in November 17th, 2021. Don't miss it!