Com­puter predicts the miss­ing sen­tence

Science Illustrated - - HUMANS/ THE BRAIN -

The sci­en­tists feed the com­puter all scans but one along with the sen­tences. The data teaches the ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence how to link the words of the sen­tences with the brain's ac­tiv­ity pat­terns, and the com­puter dis­cov­ers that the sen­tences are made up of four gen­eral con­cepts: peo­ple, ac­tions, places, and emo­tions. The com­puter can pre­dict the miss­ing sen­tence with a suc­cess rate of 87 %.

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