Mind Control in the News
Jul 23, 2018 — A recent article in the Sunday New York Times starts with the sentence: "The mind-reading headsets won't read minds." It turns out that a technology demonstration in Shanghai, China was supposed to show how brainwaves captured by people wearing electromagnetic headband sensors could transmit restaurant orders to a robot waiter. The demo was a bust, but the tech company in charge didn't even apologize, because it knew it was just a matter of time before they fixed the bugs and human-to-robot mind melding would be added to the menu. So instantly transmitting your order to a mechanical waiter might not be such a bad thing, right? Except, of course, for the fact that electromagnetic signals are easily reversed. Once wireless human brain-to-machine links are perfected and deployed, who will oversee and control how much and what kind of information flows in what direction at any given time for what purpose? Please sign the petition now, and tell your friends and family- while we still know that adding that double order of cheese fries was actually our idea. - ownyourmind.org
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