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    Nissan's future cars could read your mind

    Driverless cars may be our future, but that doesn't mean automakers have turned their backs on flesh-and-blood motorists. Now Nissan has come up with a technology designed to make driving more fun for the folks behind the wheel: a "brain decoding" system that gives automobiles the ability to...
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    News US spy agency trying to develop computers that think like humans

    A little-known US intelligence research agency hopes to revolutionize the machine mind by finding firms capable of writing computer algorithms nearly identical to those implemented by the human brain. The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), which operates under the...