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Facebook could soon try to read your mind

Facebook could soon try to read your mind

– GETTY Could Facebook soon allow you to communicate via your mindFacebook could be preparing some incredible new technology that may soon let its users read each other’s thoughts.The social network is hard at work developing tools that would allow people to communicate via brain waves using new ‘brain-computer’ interfaces.And it seems that Facebook is edging ever closer to making this technology a reality sooner than you think, as the company is ramping up its recruitment of next-generation specialists in a number of key areas.
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