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University of Washington researchers have created the first noninvasive human-to-human brain interface. Brain signals from one researcher were sent via the internet to a skull cap that stimulated another researcher’s brain, causing him to move his hand.

Story posted at: popsci.com

  1. J.Steven Livacich Tuesday, August 27, 2013

    Great if it is not a fraud but, it raises concerns about mind reading and mind control by those such as NSA, CIA etc. JSL

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  2. Add flocking algorithms and you have… Zombies! or Meat Puppets if you want to be nice about it.

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