New scanning technology makes thinking visible
November 2, 2009
Reading minds will soon be a science, writes the Sunday Times. U.S. researchers have developed a technique which is so scanners can read what happens in the brains and can reproduce images of what people see, or even what they remember.
Jack Gllant and Shinji Nishimoto, two neurologists from the University of California, have succeeded capturing the brain activity in the visual cortex of the brain to link to the static of images that sees the same person. She went one step further by announcing that they now decode the signals by moving images are recorded in the there brain.
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