Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Software Notebook: Helping PCs peer into the minds of users

Software Notebook: Helping PCs peer into the minds of users: "The personal computer as mind reader? Not quite, but some Microsoft researchers believe they may be able to improve the computing experience by giving the machine on your desk a general sense for what's happening inside your head.
The project builds on established methods of using sensors to detect electrical impulses from the brain and assess a person's cognitive state. Such techniques can determine, for example, whether someone's mind is relaxed, crunching numbers or imagining objects at any particular moment."

We are Borg...
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