Japanese researchers have identified brain waves associated with small parts of language. Facebook is exploring a “brain-to-computer interface” that may allow to people to simply think something rather than type it on a keyboard.
Japanese researchers have identified brain waves associated with small parts of language. Facebook is exploring a “brain-to-computer interface” that may allow to people to simply think something rather than type it on a keyboard. . Toyohashi University of Technology
Japanese researchers have identified brain waves associated with small parts of language. Facebook is exploring a “brain-to-computer interface” that may allow to people to simply think something rather than type it on a keyboard. . Toyohashi University of Technology

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