A brainwave-monitoring technique created by researchers at the U.K.'s University of Essex can identify to which specific piece of music people are listening.
The researchers combined functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) with electroencephalogram monitoring to measure a person's brain activity while listening to music.
They used a deep learning neural network model to translate this data to reconstruct and accurately identify the piece of music, with 71.8% accuracy.
Essex's Ian Daly said, "We have shown we can decode music, which suggests that we may, one day, be able to decode language from the brain."
From University of Essex (U.K.)
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