A new software shows promise for predicting human thought patterns—time to whip out the tin foil hat?
Tin Foil Hat: No need to whip out that tin foil hat quite yet. iStockphoto
Get out your tin foil hats, paranoids. Your fears are one step closer to reality. Berkeley scientists are reporting in Nature
that they have developed software, which, in conjunction with an fMRI scanner, can read your mind. And 80 to 90% of the time, the machine was right. Okay, settle down. These are early reports and there are more than a few caveats.