Researchers conduct first human brain-to-brain communication

David Tom

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Researchers from the University of Washington have successfully performed the first non-invasive human-to-human brain interface. What would appear to be the scene of a science fiction novel, the breakthrough allows any individual to control the movements of another person using...

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The question is, do we really want to know what other people are thinking? ladies?


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Kinda scary when you think in depth of the application of this. If all it took was a fancy cap and equiptment then we would be in danger of harming ourselves at the instruction of someone else. Yes I know, its a long ways off. Then again so was the internet, datapads, and a comercially owned space flight company. Its a little creepy that someone could effect your bodily movements from a distance. Its has a few applications that might be useful in a crisis situation, but the ABUSE of this technology is more likely.


Really this is what they waste time and money on? the point of this would be to? even as a proof of concept, just to see if it can be done is a waste of money.