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Mind Control of Machines

David Eagleman, Stanford School of Medicine

Neuroscientist David Eagleman draws on his deep understanding of the brain’s plasticity and describes a future when humans might be able to control machines with the mind, even over long distances. Eagleman is an educator, entrepreneur and author of fiction and nonfiction, including the international bestsellers “Sum” and “Incognito.” The futuristic vision he details is part of an upcoming book.