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Computers Understanding Thought

Ged haydon ged at unisys.surveying.salford.ac.uk
Wed Nov 30 10:00:40 EST 1994


In article <3b4qec$7r5 at lyra.csx.cam.ac.uk> 92tad at eng.cam.ac.uk (T.A. Donaldson) writes:
>From: 92tad at eng.cam.ac.uk (T.A. Donaldson)
>Subject: Computers Understanding Thought
>Date: 25 Nov 1994 13:56:28 GMT
>Summary: Request for information on brain/computer research
>Keywords: SQUID


>I have heard about an experiment in which a computer was able to pick up and understand the THOUGHTS Yes or No, and also move a cursor around the screen by picking up thoughts.

>I understand that this was done by using SQUIDS (superconducting quantum interference devices), and have found a lot of articles on the technical side of setting up SQUIDS (see IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 1993), which suggest that this>I understand that this was done by using SQUIDS (superconducting quantum interference devices), and have found a lot of articles on the technical side of setting up SQUIDS (see IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 1993), which suggest that this>is possible.

>However, I have not found any article in which the meaning of the neural data collected was succesfully understood by computer.

>Does anyone know of the research I am talking about and could tell me what journal articles apply? Anyone got any related information?

>Tom Donaldson 

I'm interested too
G.W.Haydon at surveying.salford.ac.uk



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