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+ - How a 1960s discovery in neuroscience spawned a military project->

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Harperdog writes "This is pretty fascinating: The Chronicle of Higher Ed has an article about a DARPA project that allows researchers to scan satellite photos, video, etc., and have a computer pick up differences in brain activity to tell whether an image has been seen...images that might flash by before conscious recognition."
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How a 1960s discovery in neuroscience spawned a military project

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