Startups Unveil Tech to Fight Coronavirus; the Challenge May Be Getting Enough Engineers

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IndieBio to Give 8 Coronavirus-Tech Startups at Least $250,000 Each

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Here’s How Facebook’s Brain-Computer Interface Development is Progressing

In 2017, Facebook announced that it had assigned at least 60 engineers to an effort to build a brain-computer interface (BCI). The goal: allow mobile device and computer users to communicate at a speed of at least 100 words per minute—far faster than anyone can type on a phone. Last July, Facebook-supported researchers at the … Continue reading Here’s How Facebook’s Brain-Computer Interface Development is Progressing