Scientists Decode Brain Signals Nearly at Speed of Perception

Thursday, January 28, 2016
Gerwin Schalk was a collaborator in a study that allowed scientists to decode brain signals nearly at the speed of perception by using electrodes implanted in the temporal lobes in awake patients. The study also analyzed patients' neural responses to two categories of visual stimuli: images of faces and houses. Subsequently, the scientists were able to predict which images the patients were viewing, and when, with better than 95 percent accuracy.
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