Computational Neuroscience Archive

Decoding thoughts and speech neuroprosthesis at “The Amazing Brain Symposium”

During the science week that has occurred on September the 4th-10th, 2017,at Lunds Universitet 350 anniversary, of great interest for all neuroscience lovers, Robert T. Knight, Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley,

Facebook unveils Building 8: it’s about brain activity decoding

It was spotted already in Jan 14th , 2017, by the Russians. RT published an article that was leaving no doubt: “Facebook’s job ads suggest ‘mind reading’ social networks could soon be a reality. Three months later during

Facebook hiring neuroscientists to build mind-reading network, a social one with DARPA

As spotted by RT news, “recruitment ads at the facility for a number of neuroscience based positions have sparked speculation that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s dream of telepathic communication through technology could be on its way”.[1] The

Decoding senses: video and audio decoded from the brain by UC Berkeley scientists

On September 2011, the 22nd a group of resercher of the Barklay University published an article about “Reconstructing visual experiences from brain activity evoked by natural movies”. [1] Scientists used brain imaging to reveal the movies in

Speech decoded from motoneuron signals

A group of researcher at Boston University (U.S.), lead by Frank H. Guenther, was able to build a system turns brain waves into FM radio signals and decodes them as sound as the first totally wireless brain-computer interface (BCI) capable