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DARPA is funding a number of brain-computer interface projects to enable soliders to control equipment at the speed of thought.
In the face of projected ventilator shortages caused by coronavirus, diverse groups have sprung up to build alternative machines that could change healthcare far beyond the current crisis.
The weird future of brain-computer interfaces: Replacing passwords with thoughts and mind-reading bosses who can tell when you are bored
Brain computer interfaces (BCIs) are starting to make their way into the consumer sphere, from brain-training systems to 'passthoughts'.
Brain computer interface technology is developing fast. But just because we can read data from others' minds, should we?
While the hardware can be made as secure as possible, turning our thoughts into a digital form will put them at risk just like any other data.
An ambitious collaboration between US universities and Google-offshoot Alphabet's life sciences arm is aiming to map the factors that contribute to good health, and illness.
One team of cardiologists is taking on blocked arteries using Google Glass.
A collaboration by Caltech researchers could pave the way for new therapies by creating tiny devices to monitor the inside of your body.