Sep 262011

Brain scientists at Berkeley are using a kind of artificially intelligent computational model that interprets physical changes in the brain, as analyzed by fMRI, to visually reconstruct what people are experiencing – in movie form.

This is that important moment in the genesis of a technology.
That which we’ll one day look back upon and somewhat condescendingly comment:
A:  “Remember when the Dream Movies were just vague blobs?”
B:  “Shhhhh, stop talking during Bob’s flying sequence!”

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