Mind-reading neural network decodes brainwaves to reconstruct images watched by a person in real time

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Frames from videos watched by a test subject and the corresponding image generated by the neural network. Image: Grigory Rashkov/Neurobotics via MIPT
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Frames from videos watched by a test subject and the corresponding image generated by the neural network. Image: Grigory Rashkov/Neurobotics via MIPT

By analysing the activity in the brain, the system recreates the images being seen by a person in real time

Russian researchers claim to have developed a mind-reading neural network capable of decoding brainwaves and drawing what an individual is looking at in real time. The technique, developed by the scientists...

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