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Cafe Scientifique: can we read minds?
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Experts say brain scans could soon be used to detect lies, vulnerability to mental illness and even criminal behaviour. But how far can we really get into reading a person’s thoughts? Should we be worried? Come and discuss these issues with the Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Advanced Studies, SISSA Trieste, Italy.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Science Festival series.
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