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A system which can translate human brain activity into actions without any physical movement is being developed by a neurotech firm called Cogitat.
When wearing a prototype headset, basic actions in virtual reality can be carried out by thinking about them.
So for example, in a game where a VR jet ski is controlled by handles, you move by thinking about it, rather than squeezing your hands.
Elon Musk’s firm Neuralink is developing a similar concept.

Source: BBC Technology News

Date: March 10th, 2023



  1. The idea of “mind control” for technology seems both far fetched and also possibly disturbing. In addition to stroke patients, in what situations would “mind control” of technology be very useful?
  2. Should there be restrictions on what parts of the mind are accessible to “mind control” reading technology?

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