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A New Device Can Hear Your Thoughts

A 24-year-old MIT student has developed wearable tech he can control with his mind. The question is what we’ll do with it.

Photo: Lorrie Lejeune/MIT

InIn early April, MIT research assistant Arnav Kapur, 24, uploaded a short video on YouTube. The clip showed him moving around campus in various settings…




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