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Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders, affecting about 1% of the population at all ages. Detecting the development of epilepsy, i.e., epileptogenesis (EPG), before any seizures occur could allow for early interventions and potentially more effective treatments. Here, we investigate if modern machine learning (ML) techniques can detect EPG from intra-cranial electroencephalography (EEG) recordings prior to the occurrence of any seizures. For this we use a rodent model ofarXiv:2006.06675v2 fatcat:hpzdfqusl5hvpfbs7icom4xuqy