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  • A working brain-to-brain interface
  • A working brain-to-brain interface
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A working brain-to-brain interface

What if brains could directly interact with each other? University of Washington researchers have successfully demonstrated direct brain-to-brain communication, using one person's brain to control another person's hand almost instantaneously.

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