What’s on Your Mind? Now Machines Know Better Than You Do

Not long ago I wrote on mind reading, thought control and neuro marketing in an article called Is the Lord of the World Still Science Fiction?

One of the videos that I have embedded on that post was an incredible short documentary on the present and future of mind reading technology that I highly recommend. (In case you missed the video you can watch it towards the end of the post here)

Just a couple of days ago Reuters News published another article on the same topic titled Now Scientists Read Your Mind Better Than You Can.

There you can discover that brain scans may be able to predict what you will do better than you can yourself, and might offer a powerful tool for advertisers or health officials seeking to motivate consumers.

In other words, now scientists with fMRI machines know better than you do as to what is on your mind.

Can you see what’s on my mind now? I personally have no clue… 😉

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