Brain-computer interfaces offer new applications for our brain signals—and a new vector for security and privacy violations.
Russian transhumanist Alexey Turchin records audio, video, and EEG brain scans in a bid for digital immortality.
"Master/Mind" shows us brain tech’s leading innovators as well as some of its detractors.
Tomorrow's prostitutes won't just let johns spend time with their bodies—they'll let them take full control of it. And some want much more than sex.
I bought a brain-zapping device from a person on Reddit for a couple bucks. Would strapping batteries to my head hurt me?
Research suggests it might.
And why do I have this sudden urge to send money to a Nigerian prince?
Cybernetics, body hacking, memory uploading, and other transhumanist topics play a huge role in the upcoming game.
The emotional "valence" of a memory can be easily switched, once you know where in the brain it's stored.
Videogames can improve how the mind functions based on real-time brainwave feedback.