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A New Move From Artificial Intelligence: Dreams Can Now Be Controlled

It has been suggested that people can control their dreams thanks to Halo, a wearable artificial intelligence-supported neurotechnological device developed by Prophetic. This device, which sends signals to the prefrontal cortex part of the brain during "REM" sleep, can allow you to have lucid dreams.

Artificial intelligence, which has taken the world by storm in the last year and can be integrated into life in almost every field, can now also control dreams.

It is a wearable artificial intelligence-supported neurotechnological device developed by Prophetic. Thanks to this device, it was claimed that people can control their dreams.

According to Bussiness Insider, Halo is working on Morpheus-1, a multi-modal artificial intelligence model trained on brain data and uses ultrasound holograms instead of written commands to stimulate the prefrontal cortex part of the brain.

Rem Sends Signals To The Brain During Sleep

This way, the device sends signals to the brain to trigger dreaming when it detects that the user has reached “REM”, the deepest stage of sleep where dreaming takes place.

Lucid Dreaming

Lucid dreams are a type of dream in which the dreamer realizes that they are asleep.

In lucid dreaming, it was stated that the only thing that limits users is their imagination and they can build and explore extraordinary environments, talk to dream characters or even fly.

Exit Date

Halo, which enables lucid dreams and is still in the testing phase, announced on its website that it plans to launch worldwide in the winter of 2025.

In addition, with the announcement that the test phase has started and volunteer subjects are being sought, it was reported that more than 400 users have registered for the beta phase to try this neurotechnological wearable device.

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