1 min readAI can tell if you are a good surgeon just by scanning your brain

Can an AI tool really see how good a surgeon you are?

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the University at Buffalo have developed Brain-NET, a deep learning A.I. tool, which according to them, can accurately predict a surgeon’s certification scores based on their brain scans.

The actual paper explaining the research may be seen at the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering.

Editor’s Note: Can our capacities really be predetermined by our brain? Materialist scientists think that just because they have seen every part of the human brain, they could already determine the behavior, capacity, and destiny of people. But science cannot yet fully explain how consciousness, creativity, and empathy works. Despite all the tools that science has, it cannot keep up with the innumerable neurons in our brain that enables us to learn new things. How can it ever keep up with our capacity for adaptive learning and our capacity to learn from our mistakes?

Whatever this brain imaging tool sees only shows the state of the brain at that particular time. It does not show how a person’s capacity to develop herself, and the extend of development she can achieve.

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