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Should Facebook still be working on a mind-reading device?

29/03/2018

Would you wear a piece of hardware that could read your thoughts and send them to a computer? The answer to that question, in light of current events, may be different depending on who is making the product. It sounds pretty cool, in theory: you slide on some sort of headset device, lean back in your favorite...
Would you wear a piece of hardware that could read your thoughts and send them to a computer? The answer to that question, in light of current events, may be different depending on who is making the product. It sounds pretty cool, in theory: you slide on some sort of headset device, lean back in your favorite recliner, think about sending a Facebook message, and it’s sent. Simple. Seconds later, you hear a chime, and think about reading a reply – which promptly pops up on the nearest screen in your visual field. That, allegedly, is the future Facebook’s mysterious… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook Would you wear a piece of hardware that could read your thoughts and send them to a computer? The answer to that question, in light of current events, may be different depending on who is making the product. It sounds pretty cool, in theory: you slide on some sort of headset device, lean back in your favorite recliner, think about sending a Facebook message, and it’s sent. Simple. Seconds later, you hear a chime, and think about reading a reply – which promptly pops up on the nearest screen in your visual field. That, allegedly, is the future Facebook’s mysterious… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
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