Forget Siri and Cortana. Soon, you may be able to give commands to machines just by “thinking” them.
A team of researchers and engineers at Melbourne University are developing a stentrode, a tiny implant to be placed into a blood vessel next to the brain, which can record electric activity from a specific part of the brain. The information will then be decoded and interpreted into thoughts. Read more about New Brain Implant Lets You Control Machines Using Your Thoughts