Driving by thought

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Researchers at Nankai University have recently conducted an experiment to apply brain-waves to driving cars. This is the first of its kind in China.
CCTV’s Feng Yu has filed this report from Bejing.

Driving by thought

Driving by thought

Researchers at Nankai University have recently conducted an experiment to apply brain-waves to driving cars. This is the first of its kind in China.

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  • The main purpose of the Brain-Machine Interface study is to utilize human’s brain signals to control machines, with the ultimate goal to enable machines to better provide service to people.
  • BMI technology could have a huge impact in the future. For example, brain wave driving may alert a driver about to fall asleep at the wheel, or put the brakes on for a drunken driver. Disabled or elderly drivers may also benefit.