Tap other people’s brains to make decisions

Publication: msnbc.com   Date: May 8, 2012   View Article

Researchers are working on a new software tool that will allow us to tap other people’s brains as we try to make sense of information online.

In the United States, we collectively spend 70 billion hours a year trying to mentally process the data we collect as we surf the Web and try to decide things such as what new gadget to buy or where to go on vacation.

Related Posts

Before dinosaurs could fly, some had flight-ready brains

Robotic ants provide path to real ant brains

Mini microscopes see inside the brains of mice

Scientists control rat dreams with technique that could enhance memory

3-D model of rat brain circuit created

© 2008-2010 Collected Writings By John Roach