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Scientists Reveal AI Headset That Turns Thoughts Into Text – IE

The University of Technology Sydney team say their electroencephalography cap can read and translate brainwaves

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The claims arw based on work by researchers at the Google-backed AI firm Anthropic.


Researchers have unveiled a groundbreaking AI device with the ability to turn a person’s thoughts into text on a screen, Interesting Engineering reported.

The University of Technology Sydney team showed off their electroencephalography (EEG) headset which they say is able to read brainwaves and translate them into words.

The scientists explained how they trained an AI model with a large amount of EEG data, teaching it to recognise and associate specific patterns in the brainwave signals with meaningful linguistic representations.

Read the full story: Interesting Engineering


  • By Sean O’Meara


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Sean O'Meara

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