Computers Convert Thoughts Into Words For The First Time

Kaustubh Katdare • 2 years ago • 11.9k views

Computers Convert Thoughts Into Words For The First Time
UCSF researchers have trained the computers to read human thoughts and convert them into words to display them on screen. Researcher implanted a high-density electrode in participant's brain to monitor brain activity in response to questions. The brain-signals were then successfully translated into words. For example when asked "How are you today?", the participant's response "I am very good" was decoded directly from their thoughts. How impressive is that?

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