#futurology, computer algorithm able to ‘read’ memories

Computer Algorithm Able to ‘Read’ Memories

Computer programs have been able to predict which of three short films a person is thinking about, just by looking at their brain activity.



A computer algorithm then studied the patterns and had to identify which film the volunteer was recalling purely by looking at the pattern of their brain activity. Scientists at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at University College London are conducting research where computer programs have been able to predict which of three short films a person is thinking about, just by looking at their brain activity.


 

Navigating the emerging landscape

#typed notes explores the emerging landscape from an insiders perspective, commenting on futurology, social media, brand planning and anthropology. And inspiration
Rod Geoghegan plans and delivers growth in the Marketing, Advertising and Digital; Tech Start-up and Corporate space, through business planning, marketing and business development

He is Founding Partner at Metropolis Partners

#Business Development • #Planning • #Startups • #Advertising • #Esoteric



Metropolis Partners Masterclasses, Bespoke Masterclasses for agency teams, brand management and start-ups


#About  •  #Thought Leaders  •  #Insights  •  #Latest Posts  •  #Links


  •    •    •    •    •    •    •  



                                                                                                              



© 2003-2021  •  Colophon  •  Sitemap