alexa Neural ‘Fingerprint’ Identifies Individuals with ~93% accuracy

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Neural ‘Fingerprint’ Identifies Individuals with ~93% accuracy

Our brains do indeed contain a kind of person-specific fingerprint, hidden within the functional connectome. Perhaps even more interesting, the study suggests that particular neural networks (e.g. frontoparietal and default mode) contribute the greatest amount of unique information to your ‘neuro-profile’ and also predict individual differences in fluid intelligence.

Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies typically collapse data from many subjects, but brain functional organization varies between individuals.

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