AI Reconstructs 'High-Quality' Video Directly from Brain Readings in Study
Researchers have used AI to peer into the mind's eye.
Scientists Detect Brain Activity in Dying People Linked to Dreams, Hallucinations
"Our study may be as good as it will ever get for finding neural signatures of near-death consciousness,” said the study's senior author.
Scientists Scanned People on DMT Inside fMRI Machines. This Is What They Found.
"By altering these [brain] systems we may be able to construct novel worlds of experience, resonating with the DMT experience."
This Affordable Device Will Let Anyone Connect Their Brain to a Computer
PiEEG aims to let people control robots and computers with their minds, using a Raspberry Pi.
Researchers Use AI to Generate Images Based on People's Brain Activity
Researchers found that they could reconstruct high-resolution images from brain activity.
Scientists Now Want to Create AI Using Real Human Brain Cells
Move over artificial intelligence, say hello to "organoid intelligence" (OI).
Scientists Manipulated People’s Nightmares to Turn Them Into Dreams in New Study
Researchers used a combination of therapies to turn nightmares into more positive dreams for people with a condition called Nightmare Disorder.
Conscious Reality Is Only a Memory of Unconscious Actions, Scientists Propose In Radical New Theory
“We perceive the world as a memory," the authors of a recent paper wrote. "In other words, technically, we are not consciously perceiving anything directly."
Scientists Taught Brain Cells in a Dish to Play Video Games and It's Pretty Wild
A jumble of brain cells got pretty good at 'Pong,' according to a new study. And there's video.
The Search for Meaning in a Mysterious Brain Signal at Death
Research on a surge of gamma wave activity at death has been cited as proof your life flashes before your eyes before you die; in truth, no one knows exactly what it means.
Scientists Discover 'Time Cells' In the Brain That Enable 'Mental Time Travel'
A new experiment probed how the human brain encodes and processes the flow of time.
This Brain-Scanning Quantum Device Is a 'Game Changer,' Researchers Say
“The difference between having a sensor only a millimeter away... from the conventional superconducting sensors that are centimetres away, is gigantic."