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  • plugging in the brain

    The goal of brain-to-digital interfaces has been the stuff of science fiction for decades, but is edging closer to science fact. The recent use of high-density electrocorticography (ECoG) to achieve ~60% success rates in “mind reading” points toward these capabilities becoming reality sooner rather than later. When combined with IoT sensor networks (including body computing/wearables) and rapidly…

  • glass ahoy

    When asked about google glass or other AR goggles, I have been consistent in my message: google glass sucked for a couple of good reasons (first iteration, hardware/software not up to snuff), and a couple of bad reasons (attempt to “exclusivize” the product with limited deployment, horrid UI/UX decisions). within 5 years, a significant portion…

  • fallout boy

    So a player in Russia is suing Bethesda game studio for making Fallout 4 “so addictive” that he lost his health, wife, and job. I see an opportunity for digital 12 step programs. Or perhaps electro shock can make a comeback.

  • google dracula

    Turns out google wants more than your information…they want your blood sans needle. Being able to do a non-invasive blood draw is a holy grail for health telemetry. Wearable sensors are limited in what they can assay, while injectables are…well, injectable. Being able to get a small amount of blood in a painless and non-invasive…