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The news has been circulating in newsrooms worldwide that researchers have developed an AI capable of decoding thoughts from brain imaging.
This breakthrough was achieved using a system that translates thoughts into text through non-invasive brain imaging techniques. The primary purpose of this technology is to aid people who have lost the ability to speak in communicating their thoughts via a computer.
However, while this device has a medical application, it raises questions about the violation of “mental privacy,” as admitted by the authors of the study published in Nature Neuroscience.
This technological advancement has significant implications for the fields of medicine, psychology, and neuroscience, as well as for commercial applications of AI. For more information, please refer to the RTS article below.
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