Key idea: We now have machines that can read our minds. Using cameras and AI to analyze facial muscles, expressions, and movements of our faces, they break down what we’re thinking at any given moment.
Original author and publication date: Diego Ferragut (BOLD!) – October 30, 2022
Futurizonte Editor’s Note: It is truly scary that AI can now read our minds. Truly scary
From the article:
Complex operations are simplified
Parity computers can perform operations between two or more qubits on a single qubit. “Existing quantum computers already implement such operations very well on a small scale,” Michael Fellner from Wolfgang Lechner’s team explains. “However, as the number of qubits increases, it becomes more and more complex to implement these gate operations.” In two publications in Physical Review Letters and Physical Review A, the Innsbruck scientists now show that parity computers can, for example, perform quantum Fourier transformations – a fundamental building block of many quantum algorithms – with significantly fewer computation steps and thus more quickly. “The high parallelism of our architecture means that, for example, the well-known Shor algorithm for factoring numbers can be executed very efficiently,” Fellner explains.
These machines examine the quality of people’s voices when interpreting what people think. The result? A more advanced understanding of human psychology could improve everything from customer service to learning how to better relate to others. With tech for reading minds, cameras and Artificial Intelligence can unlock your deepest secrets and what you’re thinking… before you say it aloud.
Many companies now use facial recognition software to help identify emotions. It’s no surprise, given how close we are to our devices. Facial recognition software analyzes people’s muscle movements when interpreting what people are thinking and breaking down thoughts. It’s similar to how AI scans our faces to add filters for social media.
Except, in this case, the AI extrapolates information by examining our facial muscles, expressions, and movements. The technology is still new, but it has the potential to be a powerful tool for understanding people’s emotional states.
The machines also analyze the quality of people’s voices when interpreting what people are thinking. It doesn’t matter if they speak, whisper, or how fast they talk. The machines can read minds by analyzing the vocal patterns of their speech to determine exactly what they’re feeling at that moment.
It’s an exciting time to be alive, with this technology still in its infancy. We can’t wait to see how it continues to evolve in the future.
For example, what if the technology was implanted in a chip? Imagine being able to communicate verbally again without opening your mouth or using a keyboard- just by thinking!