Scientists decode brain signals that recognises images

In Future, Image, Science by Fredy D. Oré

Scientists from the University of Washington have decoded brain signals at nearly the speed of perception for the first time — enabling the scientists to predict which images patients were viewing and when, with better than 95 percent accuracy.

We were trying to understand, first, how the human brain perceives objects in the temporal lobe, and second, how one could use a computer to extract and predict what someone is seeing in real timeRajesh Rao - Neuroscientist, University of Washington

Source: Kurzweilai