CYBERSPACE (AP) — We know people turn to the Internet to find out about the people running for president. Now, Google is telling us what kinds of searches people are launching about some of the major candidates for the 2016 race for the White House...
You can read just about anything on the internet from the marvelous to the mundane and now even minds! Researchers at the University of Washington say they’ve successfully linked up the brains of two different individuals--who were at different locations from one another-- so that one person could figure out a very simple “yes or no” message that the other person was thinking.
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