With this new system, robots can ‘read’ your mind

Directing bots with brain waves and muscle twitches could make for a speedier response time

mind-control robot

MIND CONTROL  Robots that are sensitive to brain and muscle signals from a human supervisor (like the drill-wielding bot shown here) could make for better assistants in factories or homes.

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