Technocrat Scientists Learn How To Read Minds Without Implants

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No surgery. No implants. ChatGPT-like AI can read minds with 50% accuracy. It’s rudimentary. Embryonic. It’s the result of 15 years of continuous work. You can see where this is headed in the hands of Technocrats who are bent on knowing everything about the universe down to the synapses of your brain and the structure of your DNA. ⁃ TN Editor

Mind-reading technology can now transcribe people’s thoughts in real-time based on the blood flow in their brain.

A study put three people in MRI machines and got them to listen to stories.

For the first time, researchers claim, they produced a rolling text of people’s thoughts, and not just single words or sentences, without using a brain implant.

The mind-reading technology did not exactly replicate the stories, but captured the main points.

The breakthrough raises concerns about ‘mental privacy’ as it could be the first step in being able to eavesdrop on others’ thoughts.

Using technology similar to ChatGPT, the technology also interpreted what people were seeing when they watched silent films, or their thoughts as they imagined telling a story.

Researchers exposed patients to thousands of hours of podcasts to determine a link between words and brain activity. Then, they asked the participants to either tell a story or recap and react to a news article

Researchers found that they could be able to read a person’s thoughts with around 50 percent accuracy by using a novel MRI scanning method. They would expose a patient to hours of podcasts to see how their brain would react to different words, and then use the scan to determine.

The brain reacts to different words using electrical signals and blood flow. Researchers built an AI model that can read those reactions and translate them into writing (file photo)

But the researchers point out that it took 16 hours of training, with someone listening to podcasts in an MRI machine, for the computer model to understand their brain patterns and interpret what they were thinking.

People were also able to ‘sabotage’ the technology, using methods like mentally listing animals’ names, to stop it reading their thoughts.

Jerry Tang, lead author of the study from the University of Texas at Austin, said he could not prove ‘a false sense of security’ that the technology might not have the potential to eavesdrop on people’s thoughts in the future, and said it could be ‘misused’ now.

But he said: ‘We take very seriously the concerns that it could be used for bad purposes.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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One has to be amused. These scientists cannot cure the common cold yet they are trying to replace the incredibly complex human body and for what purpose?

So USA can make more Wars that they do NOT win and are loathed for their interreferences in and with other Countries/peoples lives? Such a waste of human resources’ and money. And their own taxpayers /citizens starving and homeless and…..

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