Doug Vining NeuroSky shows Mindwave headset

It seems mind-reading gadgets are already in the consumer domain, and it's only 2010! I'm sure that by 2020 they will be integrated into every smartphone, and almost invisible.
http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/22/neurosky-shows-off-upcoming-mindwave-headset-other-new-chip-app/
Posted: 7 October 2010 at 07:25

Neil Jacobsohn Music in your head

All over the world, researchers are working on new interfaces which tap directly into the brain - not long before this becomes commercial technology. How could you use the idea of controlling computers just with your mind in your business processes?
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Posted: 24 March 2011 at 08:17

Wolfgang Grulke Cut out the middleman - YOU!

Love this piece by Charlie Booker - your mind is already controlling your computer!
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Posted: 11 April 2011 at 09:53

Anton Musgrave Mind games of the future

In the old world, mind games were the domain the shrink. In 2020, we will literally play mind games with each other for fun...no psychotherapy involved! The human mind will connect with a device and game actions will simply be thought. Perhaps our mind will also drive other actions through simple thought. Scared yet? Read on..
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Posted: 6 September 2012 at 16:31

Anton Musgrave PC's near the end and the replacement is scary for most!

As processing and computing power ramps up, we all imagine smaller but more powerful devices ahead. What if this is not so? What if processing and computing is 'everywhere', anytime, all the time, all around us and all it takes is a spoken question (or even a thought) to have your personal assistant answer? Already Amazon have an assistant, Alexa, you can ask for info, bookings etc and it simply connects with the web and does the task. Siri is clunky now but what happens when it undergoes 3 exponential improvements? What happens when X.ai is mainstream and bots run our lives?
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Posted: 29 April 2016 at 16:11
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