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No mind-reading yet, but scientists eavesdrop on brain impulses

Is mind reading one step closer to reality? Scientists are learning to listen to your mind.
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Scientists learn more about how inhibitory brain cells get excited

Academics / General Science : Science Codex (2 years ago)

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Scientists have found an early step in how the brain's inhibitory cells get excited. A natural balance of excitement and inhibition keeps the brain from firing electrical impulses randomly and excessively, resulting i... Read Post

Just the Facts?: Minding Reading Reality -- Super Giant Crustacean -- Everglades Mammal Genocide

Society & Culture / Paranormal : Phantoms and Monsters (3 years ago)

Mind Reading May Be A Reality Soon By looking only at maps of electrical activity in the human brain, scientists were able to tell which words a person was listening to. The discovery is a major step toward being able to “hear” the ... Read Post

Study: Scientists Learn How to Eavesdrop on the Brain

Health : Healthland (3 years ago)

Could mind-reading become a reality? Scientists have discovered a method of tracking the brain’s response to sounds and then translating the activity back into the words people heard. In a new study reported in PLoS Biology this wee... Read Post


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