Algorithm Accurately Reconstructs Faces From A Monkey’s Brain Waves

When you see a face, what indicates that it is, indeed, a face?

The question has vexed neuroscientists for quite some time, especially because humans seem to be so darn good at recognizing faces — not just in other people, but on sandwiches, in car grills, and even on other planets. The phenomenon even has a name, pareidolia. It is thought that our brain’s ability to conjure faces from random objects is due to something called configural processing—a face is more than the sum of its parts

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