Another electronic gadget can read what a man thinks in his psyche without saying it so anyone can hear.
This new gadget is made out of a wearable gadget that connects to a pc.
Electrodes pick up neuromuscular signals in your jaw and face, and thus, the system can read the words a person’s says in his mind before he speaks them.
According to the German News Agency, these signals are fed to a machine-learning system that has been programmed to correlate particular signals with particular words.
Additionally, the system comes with a pair of headphones which transmit vibrations through the face to the inner ear.
Because they do not obstruct the ear canal, the headphones allow the system to convey information to the user without interrupting conversation or otherwise interfering with the user’s auditory experience.
The device is part of a complete silent-computing system that lets the user un-detectably ask questions and receive answers to difficult computational problems.
In one of the researchers’ experiments, for instance, subjects used the system to silently report opponents’ moves in a chess game and just as silently receive computer-recommended responses through headphones.
Arnav Kapur, a graduate student at the MIT Media Lab, who led the development of the new system, said: “The goal for this was to build an AI that allows to deal with computing platform internally, and melds human and machine in a way that feels like an internal extension of our own cognition,” reported the Phys.org website.