Study: AI Can Recreate Mental Images from Brain Scans

Can AI recreate images from human brains? New research shows that it can be done.

Researchers in Japan have used artificial intelligence (AI) to recreate the images that people have seen by analyzing their brain scans, a method that could potentially lead to the recording of human dreams and aid in the communication of people with paralysis.

By using an algorithm called Stable Diffusion, the researchers were able to incorporate photo captions into the process of deciphering brain activity patterns, helping the AI system to create realistic versions of the images seen by the subjects, without relying on large data sets.

While the system struggled to replicate objects, it succeeded in creating accurate images of the layout and perspective of the photos.

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Oudam Em

Writer, artist, lifelong learner. Passionate about artificial intelligence, robotics, and the intersection between technology and human values, ethics and spirituality. 作家、艺术家、终身学习者。 热衷于人工智能、机器人技术以及技术与人类价值观、道德和灵性之间的交叉。

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