Billions See Hope in New Research

A RECENT study published in the journal Nature outlines new brain research from University of California, Berkeley. Through the use of MRI, researchers were able to monitor neural activity and correctly identify which of over 1,200 images subjects were viewing. While the current method can only identify which image an individual is viewing ninety percent of the time, and cannot yet render images directly from the brain, these new findings may ultimately lead to machines that can read minds.

This news is viewed as a “giant leap for man” who has for millions of years been relying on subjective, inconsistent, visual and verbal cues to determine precisely what the opposite sex is thinking.