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#Science : Scientists Have Found A Way To Hack Our Mind And Project Our Thoughts On A Screen

Scientists Have Found A Way To Hack Our Mind And Project Our Thoughts On A Screen

With technology slowly but surely reaching that point where we begin to question, even fear it, scientists have managed to find a new mind-reading system that projects everything that we think of on a screen. In a world where global surveillance has become a part of our daily lives, our mind was the only place inaccessible by a foreign entity. Unfortunately, even that might not be a safe option in the near future. Scientists at the University of Oregon have made a mind-reading system that's apparently capable of reading what people are thinking of, using their brain scans and then projecting the same on the screen.



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How does this scientific-psychic work?


The study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, had 23 volunteers who were shown a thousand photographs of random faces while their brains were connected to an fMRI machine to monitor their neurological activity. Along with that, an artificial intelligence (AI) program aimed to read the brain activities of the volunteers captured a mathematical description of the faces they were shown - a render of what the volunteers perceived. The main objective of the study was to show how certain patterns of the brain activity correlated with certain facial features. Could they capture the description of the shown faces mathematically? In another phase of the experiment, with the fMRI machine, the scientists also wanted to find what a particular face was perceived like in a volunteer's brain. The results of both the tests were completely different.

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The AI didn't seem to work all that well, though.


Although the generated results of the volunteers were pretty off target, the researchers aren't disappointed with the results. Showing the results to a different group of individuals, their aim was to generate answers to basic questions like, "Is the individual male or female?", "Is the person happy or sad?" etc. To a large extent, the responses were positive, proving the fact that the AI was managing to capture basic facial features.

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What do we learn from a study like this?


This mind-reading exercise didn't really tell us what the people were actually thinking. But how we perceive an experiment like this is very subjective. Although the researchers outright denied the fact that this was an exercise to try and hack the most complicated computer in the world, the human brain, one cannot deny that brain hacking could become a part of our future. A very scary future.
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