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Mind-Reading Computers That Can Translate Thoughts into Words
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Mind-Reading Computers That Can Translate Thoughts into Words

In his latest book, Adam Piore explores how bioengineers are harnessing the latest technologies to unlock untapped abilities in the human body and mind, like translating neural brain patterns of thoughts into written words

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