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Brain-to-brain interface allows multiple people to problem solve together using only their minds.

Direct brain-to-brain interfaces (BBIs) in humans are computer interfaces which combine neuroimaging and neurostimulation to extract and share information between brains, allowing direct brain-to-brain communication. The potential for BBIs that allow interactions between multiple humans has been theorised, yet to date it has never been demonstrated. Now, a study from researchers at University Washington develops a method which allows three

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