We’re All Doomed: Nerds Have Developed Technology To Read People’s Minds With Alarming Accuracy

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Scientists have made “significant” strides in the field of reading people’s minds. Researchers from California were able to decode the thoughts of participants into words with 79 per cent accuracy. The device has been developed by Caltech’s T&C Chen Brain-Machine Interface Centre and will help patients with speech and non-verbal disorders. These ‘speech decoders’ act as brain-machine interface and capture brain activity during inner speech and translate it into language. The technology is making news because of its high accuracy.

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The study has been published in Nature Human Behaviour.

You ever get the feeling that the smartest people in the world are the ones who are actively trying to fuck us the hardest? It just seems like every day scientists are coming out with something new that is going to destroy humanity.

First they decided to create robots that are significantly bigger and stronger and faster than humans. Then they developed Artificial Intelligence that is significantly smarter than humans. You throw that AI technology into any of those robots and you have the most powerful thing on the planet.

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But now? Well now they don’t even need robots or AI to take down humanity. Now they’ll just wait for us to do it ourselves. Because the moment you let everyone read each other’s thoughts, it over. It’s done. Kaput. I mean literally the only thing holding the fabric of society together is the fact that we don’t actually know what everyone else is thinking at all times.

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