Brain decoding: MRI deciphers brain activity to figure out whether someone has been to the scene of a crime

Neuroscientists are starting to decipher what a person is seeing, remembering and even dreaming just by looking at their brain activity. They call it brain decoding.

In this video from the journal Nature, we see three different uses of brain decoding, including a virtual reality experiment that could use brain activity to figure out whether someone has been to the scene of a crime.



Comments from Google Plus:

Russell Faust: Awesome! Now how long will it be until people are being arrested for thought-crimes by the Pre-Crime Squad? 

Amanda Bennett @abennett: Do you WANT people to look in your brain? RT @DrVes:MRI deciphers brain activity to see if you were at a crime scene goo.gl/fb/Ez8Rx

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