University of Pennsylvania researchers are developing a device that would allow them to remotely read the brains of a wide range of people using an internet connection.
Their method is being developed at the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), which is part of the University of Massachusetts-Lowell (UML), which has an interest in artificial intelligence.
The researchers are using an algorithm to learn how people learn by observing their patterns of behaviour.
They are also using the device to examine the brains and learn more about how to interpret them.
The device is based on a method developed by the University at Buffalo (UNB) and Cornell University.
The UNB researchers used it to learn that the brains have distinct personalities and personality traits, so it is possible to learn about their personality traits from the human brain.
It also uses a method known as functional neuroimaging to identify how the brain processes information and how this affects behaviour.
The Cornell researchers, who are also from the UNB School of Engineering, are using the technology to investigate how people respond to different types of stimuli.
They say their work could help people to better understand how to develop strategies to better manage their emotions.
They said they hope their study will lead to better understanding of how people interact with technology and how to help them avoid certain pitfalls.
The university said it was not immediately available to comment on the new device.
“While it is exciting that we can learn from the brains we study, we hope that it will also be possible to study other parts of the brain, including the neural circuits underlying emotion,” the university said in a statement.
“It is also important to consider the potential for our future research, and to explore new approaches to help people better manage stress.”