Monday, February 17, 2014

Computer Trained to Read Minds

How does the brain organize knowledge? This question that people have been asking about for centuries resulted Tom Mitchell to make a study on how to train a computer read humans' mind using the functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, a type of brain scan that can see real-time brain activity. Mitchell and his team at Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh aims to give treatment to language disorders, learning disabilities and hoped to bring out to people a better understanding on how and where the brain stores information. Read more...


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