Lots of companies are working on cars that drive themselves using computers. Nissan engineers are working to put your brain back into the process but without, necessarily, involving your hands and feet.
They're researching technology that uses brainwave-sensors to detect what a driver intends to do in the next fraction of a second or, in a self-driving car, what he expects the car to do.
In a human-driven car, the so-called brain-to-vehicle technology could shorten reaction times. Se
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