In 'Soonish,' a Scientist/Cartoonist Couple Predict Tomorrow's Technologies
From asteroid mining to brain-computer interfaces, ‘Soonish’ explores ten developing technologies with the power to make the future awesome, awful, or a little of both.
How We'll Eventually Control Everything With Our Minds
Brain-controlled computers are currently helping paralyzed patients, but one day they might be used to control everything around you.
Quadriplegic Man Regains Use of Arms with Brain-Computer Interface
So far the system is only temporary, but offers new hope for paralysis.
This Futuristic Cap Lets People With Paralysis Communicate
By measuring blood oxygen levels in the brain, researchers have discovered a way to let paralyzed patients ‘speak’ again.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
How Hackers Could Get Inside Your Head With ‘Brain Malware’
Brain-computer interfaces offer new applications for our brain signals—and a new vector for security and privacy violations.
Our Brains Will Be Hacked, Tracked and Data-Mined
Raw brainwave data used for neurogaming could be tapped to get a detailed read-out of your private thoughts.
Google Glass Could Tap Into Your Brain to Sell Ads
By combining geolocation and eye-tracking with brainwave data like mood and taste, Google could serve up hyper-personalized ads.