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New System Reads Your Brain Waves, Draws a Picture of What You’re Thinking About

 — 28 septembre 2020
A new brain-computer interface system represents an important step forward in interpreting people’s neural activity.

After reading the brain waves of people who were instructed to focus on a picture of a person, an AI algorithm generated images based on the faces they were looking at, according to Psychology Today. While it doesn’t mean that computers are going to read your mind any time soon, it is an important development in neuroadaptive technology.

Mots-clés : Interfaces neuronales


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