- Researchers have developed technology that allows students to control robots through a cap that detects the faint electrical activity of their brains
- Students can control the robots’ movement and get them to pick up objects
- Officials say the technology could provide new types of home appliances
- It is being developed at a Chinese military academy in Zhengzhou
Forget joysticks and exoskeletons, the future of warfare could see robot armies controlled using just a commander’s mind.
China has been training students at a military academy to use headsets that detect and interpret the brain activity of the wearer, allowing them to control the machines. Continue reading
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