Scientists use artificial intelligence (AI) to decode human thoughts

Researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to scan the brains of study participants while they thought about specific images.

The brain scans were then analyzed by an AI algorithm, which was able to accurately predict what image the participant was thinking about based on the brain activity patterns.

This study could have implications for understanding how the brain processes information and could also lead to the development of brain-computer interfaces.

However, the technology is still in its early stages and there are ethical concerns around the potential misuse of such technology.

One potential application of this technology is in the development of communication devices for people who are unable to speak due to neurological conditions.