Artificial intelligence to decode thoughts

22 mai 2019 par Le S!C Informatique [TheChamp-Sharing]
Despite recent advances in brain imaging, the brain’s representation of the visual world is still largely unknown. Using a new artificial intelligence technique - deep learning - to decode brain activity recorded in functional imaging, CerCo’s Rufin VanRullen and Leila Reddy can reconstruct images seen - or imagined - by subjects.

Despite recent advances in brain imaging, the brain’s representation of the visual world is still largely unknown. Using a new artificial intelligence technique – deep learning – to decode brain activity recorded in functional imaging, CerCo’s Rufin VanRullen and Leila Reddy can reconstruct images seen – or imagined – by subjects. This method, published in Nature Communications Biology, opens the door to new explorations of the brain.

Reconstructing faces from fMRI patterns using deep generative neural networks Rufin VanRullen & Leila Reddy Nature Communications Biology

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