Video: Nissan Working On Thought-Controlled Cars

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Nissan is woking to find a way for your car to read your mind.

Nissan has apparently realized that it will be much easier for the robots to rise up and slaughter mankind if they can also read our thoughts. Nissan has teamed up with Professor Jose del R. Millan, of EPFL in Switzerland, to develop a system whereby a person could control their car using only their mind. At the moment, the researchers are focusing on moving a wheelchair around, but Skynet... er, Nissan believes there may be an automotive application.

The system is fairly complicated, so we'll let Professor Millan explain it himself. We'll just be looking into a good location for a bunker.

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