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Scientists may soon able to interpret what someone is simply by analysing their brainwaves as they . This revolutionary advance in neuroscience would millions of people who from communication problems and neurological disorders. The scientists a form of artificial intelligence that can decode brainwaves and them into text. Algorithms take the brain activity created as a person speaks and it in real time into sentences on a screen. The scientists from the University of California, San Francisco. They say their algorithms have a 97 per cent translation accuracy rate but are hard to improve on this.

The scientists say they are at the early stages of able to machine-translate everything someone says. The software in their experiments features of speech that were frequently to parts and shapes of the mouth. These elements of English speech such as vowels, consonants and commands. The experiments were limited to around 40 short and simply-constructed sentences. The scientists said: "Although we should the decoder to learn and the regularities of the language, it remains to show how many data would required to from our tiny languages to a more general form of English."

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