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is it possible to convert neural activity produced in the brain to binary language code?

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Hello and Good Evening Everyone,

            It is obvious that advances in medical technology  has enabled both scientists and physicians to to record various activity produced within the body as exemplified through the use of EKG to record activity of the heart, CT Scans to check soft tissues of the body which are undetected by conventional xrays, and ultrasound to help detect and diagnois various ailments just to name a few.  While it is certainly possible to convert activity within the body to electrical impulses which can be mapped out to detect and diagnois various medical anomalies, I am wondering if the same could be possible for converting such activity to binary language code.

              Any shared input to this question of scientific interest will be greatly appreciated.  

              Thank you

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