The car manufacturer Nissan has formed a partnership with École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne to work on applying brain machine interfaces to cars.
This is not as futuristic as it might sound: researchers at EPFL have already developed a system that lets wheelchair users control their chairs by thought transference and have built robots that are controlled by ‘brain waves’.
Nissan envisages applying this technology to make cars easier and safer to...
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