MIT has created a wearable device that can detect and calculate neuromuscular signals when you subvocalize. It looks like the weird medical equipment you wear on your face.
The MIT device uses electrodes that detect the indications when you verbalize internally in addition to bone-conduction headsets, designed to use vibrations sent to the bones of your interior ear without hampering your ear canal. The receptions are delivered to a computer system that utilizes neural networks to identify phrases. To date, the system was used to do activities such as navigating a Roku, knowing the time and inputting opponent’s steps in chess to secure optimum counter moves using the computer, in absolute calmness.
The inspiration for this was to develop an IA gadget — intelligence-augmentation equipment. The idea was: Can we have a computing program that is more subconscious, that melds human and device in some ways, and that appears as an inner extension of our cognition?