Scientists are developing a way for computers to read human brain signals, by scanning and reproducing images of what people are seeing or even thinking of.
The team at the University of California have already matched brain activity patterns with static images seen by the person, and now say it's possible to "decode" signals generated in the brain by moving scenes.
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