Meet the man who is making a new kind of brain-computer interface.
“There are a lot of interesting—or threatening may be a better word—applications of this coming in the future.”
Would you let your boss implant a microchip in you instead of giving you an ID card?
This fruitful opportunity can peel open a skin revolution.
A group of Singularity University alum have created the first patented, real-time biosensing device.
The tech lets you hack your health with biometrics by reading antioxidant level changes on the skin from the palm of your hand.
"Thanks to technology, we can make the deaf hear, the blind see, and the lame walk.”
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