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AI Mind Hunter: Researchers make AI bot that can read your mind and draw 80% accurate images
Researchers from Osaka University have made a new AI bot that can read minds and then draw them using Dall-E 2 and Stable Diffusion, The sketches are up to 80 per cent accurate. The bot uses fMRI scans to "see" what a subject is thinking or visualising.
Musk’s Neuralink in trouble for mishandling contaminated devices removed from monkey brains
Elon Musk and Neuralink are in some serious trouble over allegations that Neuralink mishandled the chip implants that were used in their experiments, after removing them from a monkey's brain and potentially causing a biohazard exposure.
Elon Musk's Neuralink: Two neurosurgeons weigh in on the feasibility of Musk's brain implant and its potential
Elon Musk's Neuralink is being positioned as the next big thing that will completely change modern medicine if some people are to be believed. But what do medical professionals think about brain-computer interfaces or BCIs curing diseases such as blindness or paralysis?
Elon musk announced a lot of stuff at the neuralink event. Here's the most important
From how it will change robotics and surgery to basic interactions between humans and computers, Elon Musk's vision for Neuralink entails many things. We take a look at how Musk hopes his brain-computer interface venture will play out.
New brain-computer application may help physically impaired people write, compose music
Researchers have developed a new application which may help physically impaired persons write songs and surf the internet as well as write emails.
Facebook F8: Building 8 team developing tools to help you type out your thoughts
The social network giant, at its annual developers conference, unveiled Wednesday projects aimed at allowing users to use their minds to type messages or their skin to hear words.
Samsung shows off tablets controlled by the brain
Samsung's researchers and a team of Dallas scientists have shown working proof of a tablet controlled by the user's brain.