Brain-to-Brain Interface Suggests Mind Reading is Possible
From Yahoo News: Researchers at the University of Washington have figured out a way to connect the brains of two people via the Internet and play a game of "20 questions" without even speaking. Researchers showed the respondent photos of common objects on a computer monitor, who is then instructed to pick one. Then, in a different, darkly-lit lab almost a mile away, they provided the other participant, known in the study as the "inquirer," with a list of those objects, such as a dog.
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