Japanese researchers are advancing efforts to produce to an #AI system capable of interpreting fMRI brain scans to determine what image a person was thinking about. Here we contemplate that future. [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
Despite its overwhelming success, the human brain peaked about two million years ago.
A team of Japanese researchers recently conducted a series of experiments in creating an end-to-end solution for training a neural network to interpret fMRI scans.
The results it produced were interpretations of brain scans based on other images it’d seen.
The above images show what a human saw and then three different ways an #AI interpreted fMRI scans from a person viewing that image.
The scarcity of brain scans makes it a difficult process, but as you can see even a small sample data-set produces exciting results.
Opinion… * Man-Made
Source: The Next Web