The power of thought: From your brain onto Facebook - Newshub

Wish your every thought could be posted to Facebook, without the need for a phone or a keyboard? The tech giant's revealed it has dozens of engineers working on it. "What if you could type directly from your brain?" Facebook executive Regina Dugan told ...

Facebook wants to build a system to allow people to speak with their brains and hear through their skin - GeekWire

Regina Dugan of Facebook's Building 8 team shows a video of someone hearing words through their skin via sensors. (Photo Via Webcast). Facebook has thrown out its share of moonshots over the years, but this one puts the rest to shame. The social media ...

Facebook out to read minds - The Nation

The social network giant, at its annual developers conference, unveiled Wednesday projects aimed at allowing users to use their minds to type messages or their skin to hear words. "Speech is essentially a compression algorithm, and a lousy one at that ...

Zuckerberg's absolutely mental: Brain sensors that read YOUR MIND at 100 words a minute - The Register

F8 2017 Facebook sees such promise in virtual reality that it has taken to celebrating products and services that don't exist outside laboratory settings, like brain interfaces, augmented reality glasses, and "hearing" through one's skin. During the ...

Facebook's plan to tap into your brain is strange, scary ... and fantastic - Mashable

It's all I could think as I listened to Facebook's VP of Engineering Regina Dugan speak about skin and brain interfaces. SEE ALSO: Everything you need to know about what Facebook announced at F8. Like the first time you encounter Dr. Frankenstein ...

Facebook team working on ways to read users' thoughts - Financial Times

Facebook's new Building 8 “moon shot” unit is working on ways to read your thoughts, hiring 60 research scientists in the last year to establish the project. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news. Select topic.

Facebook's goals: Typing with your brain, 'hearing' with your skin - MarketWatch

Regina Dugan, vice president of engineering of Building 8 at Facebook, speaks Wednesday in San Jose. By. DeepaSeetharaman. Facebook Inc. wants to read your mind. “What if you could type directly from your brain?” asked Regina Dugan, who runs ...

Facebook Is Working On A New Technology To Help People 'Hear With Their Skin' and 'Type With Their Brains' - Science Times

Facebook is working on a technology for the people. It will help people hear with their skin and type with their brain. Facebook confirms that the company wants people to hear with their skin and type with their brain. Business Insider reported ...

Facebook plans ethics board to monitor its brain-computer interface work - TechCrunch

Facebook will assemble an independent Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI) panel to oversee its development of a direct brain-to-computer typing interface it previewed today at its F8 conference. Facebook's R&D department Building 8's head ...

Facebook Literally Wants to Read Your Thoughts - Gizmodo

At Facebook's annual developer conference, F8, on Wednesday, the group unveiled what may be Facebook's most ambitious—and creepiest—proposal yet. Facebook wants to build its own “brain-to-computer interface” that would allow us to send thoughts ...

Facebook's Wild Vision for the Future: Typing With Your Brain - TIME

Pay attention to Silicon Valley long enough, and you'll become all too familiar with its pie-in-the-sky ideas and sweeping claims about the future. Rarely do the technology world's most incredible concepts become actual world-changing products (we're ...

Facebook Is Working on Some Brainy Technology - Fortune

Facebook on Wednesday pulled aside the curtain on a secretive unit headed by a former chief of the Pentagon's research arm, disclosing that the social media company is studying ways for people to communicate by thought and touch. Facebook launched ...

Facebook has 60 people working on how to read your mind - The Guardian

Social network says it's assembled a team to build technology that allows you to 'think' commands at your smartphone. But what if you think that's scary? Regina Dugan, head of Facebook's hardware innovation division Building 8, speaks at the company's ...

Facebook envisions using brain waves to type words - Stuff.co.nz

Facebook's research unit Building 8 is working to make it possible for people to type using signals from their brains, part of the lab's broader effort to free people from their phones. Regina Dugan said that within "a few years' time" Facebook aims to ...

Mental typing? Hearing through your skin? Facebook is working on it - New Atlas

Facebook's F8 development conference is currently underway. So far, the social media giant has outlined several of its visions for AI, networking and virtual reality, but the work of its Building 8 product development team is perhaps the most ambitious ...

Produce With Your Mind and Listen With Your Skin? Facebook Is Developing Amazing New Tech - EDM Sauce

We learned from Business Insider today that Facebook is currently working on some seriously incredible new technology. The tech and social media giant announced in their conference in San Jose, CA that their latest projects involves silent ...

Forget Typing: Facebook Teases Internet Mind Control - PC Magazine

SAN JOSE, Calif.—Facebook wants you to be able to control the internet with your mind, and listen to the world around you...with your skin. Engineers at the company's Building 8 division are working on what they call a silent speech interface, which ...

Facebook's future tech lets you type with your brain and hear through your skin - Wareable

Mark Zuckerberg has made it clear that Facebook is interested in computer interfaces using the human brain, but we haven't really seen any concrete examples of what kind of interfaces the company was working on. Now we do, as Facebook's Regina Dugan ...

Questioning Facebook's vision of brain-controlled devices - TNW

Before you hit send on that next email, imagine a future where you don't have to. Something as simple as physically interacting with the send button will one day be a memory, a relic of a time in which people still needed to talk to their devices, or ...

No, millennials aren't a bunch of job-hopping flakes - Fast Company

Today, Pew researchers published findings that refute yet another stereotype about millennials that actual millennials find infuriating: the idea that they're job-hopping more often than other generations. According to Pew's analysis of recent ...