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I See What You're Thinking: Successful Image Reconstruction Using EEG

News   Feb 23, 2018 | Original Story by Don Campbell for the University of Toronto Scarborough

 
I See What You're Thinking: Successful Image Reconstruction Using EEG

Dan Nemrodov (left) and Professor Adrian Nestor (center) have developed a technique that can harness brain waves gathered by data to show how our brains perceive images of faces Credit: Ken Jones

 
 
 

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