An AI used art to control monkeys’ brain cells

Such tailored regulation of neural activity could lead to new types of neuroscience experiments


FIRE IT UP  Showing weird patterns designed by an artificial intelligence program to macaques caused the monkeys’ brains to fire in ways that weren’t possible with real-world images.

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