Author Nita Farahany discusses tracking brain activity
There’s never been more ways to hack and track our brains.
Tech companies are churning out devices from headsets to electrode-enabled earbuds to hats that monitor the signals that our brains emit.
The goal is to turn the data into information about everything from our real-time emotions to our unconscious urges.
Duke University law professor Nita Farahany has written a new book about this battle for our brains.
- Nita Farahany, author and Duke University law and philosophy professor
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