Salvance writes: "University of Wisconsin researchers have created a robot that can be controlled by human brainwaves via a cap containing a mere 32 electrodes. The robot can walk, pick up small objects, and move things from one location to another. Their goal is to create a robot that can interact in meaningful ways in human environments."
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