AI creates images of what people see from just an fMRI

In summary: Wouldn't an NLP version be something more like subvocal recognition (which has been around for decades)?
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Here is the image viewed by the test subjects vs the image generated by an algorithm interpreting a brain scan of the subject

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https://sites.google.com/view/stablediffusion-with-brain/
 
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What a time to be alive. Thanks to the advances in technology we can finally test if it's really true that when all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
 
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Swamp Thing said:
Why does the teddy bear have a Hitler moustache?
Have to ask the test subject, although perhaps weeks of therapy might be required to get the answer from them …
 
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I find this exciting and scary at the same time. If you use an NLP algorithm instead, it isn't a big leap to know what someone is thinking about.
 
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Borg said:
I find this exciting and scary at the same time. If you use an NLP algorithm instead, it isn't a big leap to know what someone is thinking about.

Careful, comrade.
 
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Swamp Thing said:
Careful, comrade.
Not what I was thinking. :wink:
 
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Borg said:
I find this exciting and scary at the same time. If you use an NLP algorithm instead, it isn't a big leap to know what someone is thinking about.
Wouldn't an NLP version be something more like subvocal recognition (which has been around for decades)?
 

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