Exploring the Ethical Implications of ‘Mind-Reading’ AI: Japan Study Sparks Debate

‘Mind-reading’ AI: Japan study sparks ethical debate

Tokyo, Japan. Yu Takagi couldn’t believe his eyes. On a September Saturday afternoon, Yu Takagi sat alone at his desk and watched in amazement as artificial intelligence created images of the subject’s brain activities on a screen.

Takagi, 34-year old neuroscientist at Osaka University and assistant professor, said to Al Jazeera: \”I remember the first time I saw [AI-generated] pictures.\”

I went to the bathroom, looked in the mirror, saw my face and thought, \”Okay, this is normal.\” \”Maybe I’m going insane’\”.


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