Questioning Facebook’s vision of brain-controlled devices

Before you hit send on that next email, imagine a future where you don’t have to. Something as simple as physically interacting with the send button will one day be a memory, a relic of a time in which people still needed to talk to their devices, or worse still, touch them. As we advance the conversation around brain-connected devices, it’s clear we’re moved past the theoretical and into practical application. But you have to wonder whether keeping our brains secure, just as we’d lock down our laptop from hackers, is as high on the list of priorities as creating these connections. At…This story continues at The Next Web
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by Bryan Clark
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