First-ever LSD microdosing study will pit the human brain against AI (artificial intelligence)
She plans to give 20 participants low doses of LSD or a placebo, and scanning their brains while they perform a range of cognitive tasks.
Before it was made illegal in 1968, Ms Feilding would take LSD to boost her creativity, and even found that her performace in the ancient Chinese game of Go, improved. Ms Feilding said: ‘I found that if I was on LSD and my opponent wasn’t, I won more games. ‘For me that was a very clear indication that it improves cognitive function, particularly a kind of intuitive pattern recognition.’
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First-Ever LSD microdosing study will pit the human brain against AI
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