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Facebook hiring neuroscientists to build potential mind-reading social network

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Facebook job ads suggest ‘mind reading’ social networks could soon be a reality — RT Viral

Facebook job ads suggest ‘mind reading’ social networks could soon be a reality — RT Viral

Facebook wants to read your mind and is developing the capability to do so at a hardware division in California focused on brain computer interface technology.Recruitment ads at the facility for a number of neuroscience based positions have sparked speculation that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s dream of telepathic communication through technology could be on its way.So if you thought Facebook already knows too much about you be prepared for things to be taken to the next level.
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Facebook hiring neuroscientists to build potential mind-reading social network

Facebook hiring neuroscientists to build potential mind-reading social network

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