Mass-Brain Experiment Helps Scientists Better Understand How Mind Works
April 13, 2017
Recently hundreds of people volunteered to be guinea pigs for a mind experiment. The execution was simple. All the participants had to do was watch a movie while wearing a headset that reads their response in real time.
The results of the real world experiment, along with the answers to a personality questionnaire filled out by every participant, will help scientists better understand how the human mind works among various personality and demographic groups and how they react when presented with the same situation.
Voice of America’s Elizabeth Lee talked with ICT’s Todd Richmond about the experiment and results, to figure out where the future of brain-computer technology will lead us as a society. Read the full article to learn more.