One thought on “Scientists use MRI to reveal the movies in our mind

  1. The decoding work from Jack Gallant’s group at UC Berkeley coming out over the last few years has really been quite amazing. They’ve decoded static images from fMRI signals, seen object categories from these same visual signals, and now the decoding of full movies. I’m wondering if it would be possible to do a reconstruction without using averaging from existing movies, but instead doing things from scratch? I know the group has traditionally used existing media to perform reconstructions (flickr for still images), but I’d be even more impressed if it was done from scratch. Thanks for posting this!


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