The artificial intelligence, which comes out more and more surprisingly each passing day, comes out by reshaping images based on brain perception.
Google’s artificial intelligence technology may seem like a bit redheaded, but neurotics at the University of Toronto in Toronto grant artificial intelligence by reconstructing brain-based images using data gathered by electroencephalography (EEG).
In the volunteer test, subjects were linked to EEG brainwave reading equipment and hundreds of images were displayed. When this occurred, subjects’ brain activities were recorded and then analyzed using machine algorithms. As a result of the analysis, researchers could use this information to reconstruct the face image digitally stored in the mind of the person. Contrary to the basic shapes, it was more complicated to revive the faces, which showed us the progress of the technology, which is quite exciting.
This was the first time that artificial intelligence was used for the first time to read people’s minds, though not now, using EED data. Previous studies included fMRI (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) technology that measures brain activity by detecting changes in blood flow. The most exciting difference between the two techniques was that the EEG is much more portable, cheaper and gives more detail in a shorter time.
Technology can be used by law enforcement to report on the likelihood of a potentially suspicious person. In another sense, this innovation may be a way of helping people who lack the ability to communicate verbally.
In addition, there are plans to go beyond the hundreds to discover that other objects cannot reproduce the correct images.
The point where the technology is coming does not surprise us every day and continues to progress even faster. In what areas can you use this application in your case?