A machine driven look at brain activity.
Brain Activity Is Too Complicated for Humans to Decipher. Machines Can Decode It for Us
University of California, Berkeley professor Jack Gallant and others are using machine learning to mine neuroscientific data and gain revolutionary insights into how the human brain functions.
Scientists are using artificial intelligence to analyze the data to find complex activity patterns that predict human perception, with a wealth of potential applications such as treating brain diseases. ... "