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In a First, People Had Their Brain Activity Tracked Remotely During Everyday Life – Gizmodo Australia

In a new study out Monday, scientists say they can now record people’s brain activity wirelessly throughout the day — a feat that could allow for better research…

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In a new study out Monday, scientists say they can now record peoples brain activity wirelessly throughout the day a feat that could allow for better research into the brains inner workings. They then used that data to adjust the treatment of people with Parkinsons disease through deep brain stimulation. Its an exciting advancement, but some patients are worried about what continuous, at-home brain monitoring means for privacy.
Deep brain stimulation is when electrical signals are periodically sent…

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