Remote controlled minds, with non-invasive, wearable brain-to-brain communication…

By | August 28, 2013
Remote controlled minds, with non-invasive, wearable brain-to-brain communication hats

If this is repeatable, this experiment demonstrates that brain-to machine and brain-to-brain interfaces are possible with non-invasive, wearable technology. Not quite a vulcan mind meld, mind you, but certainly a step towards rather intriguing possibilities!

That is, as long as radicals and power-mongerers don't force "remote-control devices" onto every human they can. A new class of restraintment / crime could also arise as a result.

/via +Alexander Howard 

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