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Reading your mind

January 18, 2009

Scientists at Japan’s ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories have managed to extract low quality images via fMRI by teaching a computer how to read image data from from the fMRI scans while the test subjects are shown pictures, they then show them a series of new images and try to purely use the data from the brain scans to recreate these new images. An extract of the article can be found on pink tentacle with abstracts been posted on the December 10th issue of Neuron and science direct.

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