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Japanese neuroscientists decode human dreams | ExtremeTech

Japanese neuroscientists decode human dreams | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
Researchers at the ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories in Kyoto have developed some powerful computational tools which use blood flow data from MRI scans to predict what a person is experiencing in dreams.
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Brown University creates first wireless, implanted brain-computer interface | ExtremeTech

Brown University creates first wireless, implanted brain-computer interface | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
Researchers at Brown University have succeeded in creating the first wireless, implantable, rechargeable, long-term brain-computer interface.
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Will it ever be possible to compute the human brain? | ExtremeTech

Will it ever be possible to compute the human brain? | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
With much fanfare, eminent brain scientist Miguel Nicolelis recently declared that the brain is not computable. What does it really mean to ask if the brain is computable, and why do we care?
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Deep brain stimulation: The bleeding edge of neurohacking and transhumanism | ExtremeTech

Deep brain stimulation: The bleeding edge of neurohacking and transhumanism | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) has proven to be a remarkable success for the treatment of many movement disorders. A dramatic video below shows what happens to Andrew “Cyber-AJ” Johnson just seconds after he turns off his medtronic DBS unit.
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First human brain-to-brain interface allows remote control over the internet, telepathy coming soon | ExtremeTech

First human brain-to-brain interface allows remote control over the internet, telepathy coming soon | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
The first human-to-human, brain-to-brain noninvasive interface has been created by researchers at the University of Washington.
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HowStuffWorks "How Brain-Computer Interfaces Work"

HowStuffWorks "How Brain-Computer Interfaces Work" | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
Brain-computer interfaces allow you to manipulate computers and machinery with your thoughts. Learn more about brain-computer interface technology.
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The mind-controlled bionic hand that also controls your mind | ExtremeTech

The mind-controlled bionic hand that also controls your mind | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
This week, a team of Swiss researchers announced that it will begin testing a new
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Berkeley researchers replace passwords with passthoughts by reading your mind | ExtremeTech

Berkeley researchers replace passwords with passthoughts by reading your mind | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
In the future, instead of trying to type your mixed-case, numbers-and-punctuation on a painfully small smartphone screen, logging in might be as simple as thinking of your password -- or passthoughts, if you will.
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11,000-electrode reprogrammable chip takes brain-computer interfaces to a new level | ExtremeTech

11,000-electrode reprogrammable chip takes brain-computer interfaces to a new level | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
A group of researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology has built a powerful new chip that can be rapidly adapted to changing conditions at its interface nodes with neurons.
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In-car brainwave scanning security system prevents carjacking, and drunk/tired driving | ExtremeTech

In-car brainwave scanning security system prevents carjacking, and drunk/tired driving | ExtremeTech | Mind controlled computer interfaces | Scoop.it
An engineer in Japan has developed an always-on biometric security system... for your car. If the system detects that you're no longer
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