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The top row shows images that our participants viewed in the fMRI scanner. The bottom row shows neural reconstructions from the participants' brain activity that predict where people will direct their eyes, overlaid on top of the images. Note that just the colored overlay predicting eye movements is reconstructed from brain activity and not the image underlay. The brighter white and pink areas in the reconstructions show where people directed their attention. CREDIT Chun Lab Yale

Mountain splendor? Scientists know where your eyes will look

A new discovery by Yale University could advance understanding the human visual system to improve a host of artificial intelligence efforts. By using precise brain measurements,...