Artificial intelligence and certain smart materials can detect human thinking patterns about specific concepts like sleep and food just by studying brain scans. This modern method might be used to help people who have lost their speaking abilities and aid in the investigation of mental health conditions.
The neural activity that is encoded in the brain gets triggered by receiving a stimulus from the external world, like hearing spoken words or viewing an image.
Artificial intelligence and Smart materials have made significant progress in taking researchers closer to understanding the human brain. A brain decoder can extract words and sentences from the brain recordings of people listening to stories or watching silent films.
Kostas Kostarelos, the Professor of Nanomedicine at The University of Manchester and the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) in Barcelona, Spain, offered interesting inputs saying that “the developments at the intersection between smart materials and artificial intelligence mean we are on the verge of a breakthrough that could help us better learn the workings of the human brain.”