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Transcending physical device interfaces

By 2040, we will have started to transcend the need for physical device interfaces. Advances in external neural scanning allow low-cost-of-entry solutions to thought-to-device based controls for people hesitant to allow unproven technology to be surgically implanted, who represent the majority of the global population.

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Alan 2040 is less than 20 years away. As yet we don't have anything that can read thoughts or intents. We have machines that can read where our eyes go so they aim guns but nothing more. Even once developed it will take many years to refine it
10 Apr 2022
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Martin Alexander H
15 Jan 2022
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Ebe h
06 Dec 2021
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Harindu Sankalana Good
07 Oct 2021
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Micheal H
09 Aug 2021
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garrett ward it is impossible to implant tech in your body
14 Nov 2019
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Lion Kimbro This makes sense to me because we have already seen primitive demonstrations of sub-vocal speech recognition through non-invasive sensors around the throat. With improvements of sensing technology, greater social comfort with computers in clothing, glasses, on the wrist, on the body, etc., -- I can see a point at which non-invasive technologies would be able to sense enough for simple and invisible communications with wearable devices.
29 Sep 2019
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