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The Coming “Thought-Pad” Revolution

Touchpads are so last year. A new study in Nature suggests that “thought-pads” could be in our future. Twelve epilepsy patients with wires implanted in their brains (common in sufferers of severe epilepsy) had those wires hooked up to a computer. Here’s a look at the results.

Touchpads are so last year. A new study in Nature suggests that “thought-pads” could be in our future. Twelve epilepsy patients with wires implanted in their brains (common in sufferers of severe epilepsy) had those wires hooked up to a computer. Here’s a look at the results.

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David Zax is a contributing writer for Fast Company. His writing has appeared in many publications, including Smithsonian, Slate, Wired, and The Wall Street Journal

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