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Rise of the mind-reading machines

advance in assisted mobility technology: a brain-controlled exoskeleton. Using a set of non-invasive electrodes to read brain signals and relay commands to the lightweight exoskeleton, a paraplegic man completed the symbolic kick-off for the tournament. 6 more words

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1960s-2010s: Humanistic Intelligence and History of Wearable Computing

Marshall McLuhan’s oft-quoted phrase “the medium is the message” is referenced in Sandy Pentland’s 1998 Scientific American article Wearable Computing. While functioning in the same fashion as most information and communication technology, “wearables are more personal […] because they are a constant part of one’s physical presence.” 1,038 more words

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Crucify

Thirty years ago waited,

in suspension

unborn

thought into existence

wish formation

totem prayer

wolves with human faces

surrounding your wish

give her to me… 45 more words

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  Thirty years ago waited, in suspension unborn thought into existence wish formation totem prayer wolves with human faces surrounding your wish give her to me jowls and eye-bags you rubbed bark into fire make her live beneath friction of sticks I am alone she will complete the trace forged of gooseberry sum of me inhaling sound life forming dogwood cradle climb from creations shelf take your place before holy carpenter

Neuralink

The rise of A.I. and over-powering humans will prove to be a catastrophic situation. Elon Musk is attempting to combat the rise of A.I. with the launch of his latest venture, brain-computer interface company… 310 more words

Artificial Intelligence!

Facebook plans ethics board to monitor its brain-computer interface work

Facebook will assemble an independent Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI) panel to oversee its development of a direct brain-to-computer typing interface it previewed today at its F8 conference. 636 more words

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Facebook is building brain-computer interfaces for typing and skin-hearing

Today at F8, Facebook revealed it has a team of 60 engineers working on building a brain-computer interface that will let you type with just your mind without invasive implants. 1,063 more words

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