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Where Does Thought Technology Read From Inside The Human Body

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Posted on Sun, 5 Jan 2020
Question: where does thought technology read from inside the human body
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Answered by Dr. Shinas Hussain (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Experiments are going on.

Detailed Answer:
Hello,
Thanks for the query.
Many studies are going on thought detection and brain reading . It uses special sensors from brain to detect brain signals.
December 16, 2015, a study conducted by Toshimasa Yamazaki at Kyushu Institute of Technology found that during a rock-paper-scissors game a computer was able to determine the choice made by the subjects before they moved their hand.
Further studies to follow.
Wishing all the best
Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Kampana
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Follow up: Dr. Shinas Hussain (4 hours later)
what part of the brain would one read from
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Answered by Dr. Shinas Hussain (26 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Sensors are kept all around skull.

Detailed Answer:
Hi,
In the experiments the sensors are kept around the skull as in EEG and signals are interpreted with a help of complex computer program
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Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Vaishalee Punj
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Where Does Thought Technology Read From Inside The Human Body

Brief Answer: Experiments are going on. Detailed Answer: Hello, Thanks for the query. Many studies are going on thought detection and brain reading . It uses special sensors from brain to detect brain signals. December 16, 2015, a study conducted by Toshimasa Yamazaki at Kyushu Institute of Technology found that during a rock-paper-scissors game a computer was able to determine the choice made by the subjects before they moved their hand. Further studies to follow. Wishing all the best