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Author Nita Farahany discusses tracking brain activity

Both physical and mental exercise can improve brain health, keep your mind sharp and prevent memory lapses.
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Both physical and mental exercise can improve brain health, keep your mind sharp and prevent memory lapses.

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.

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