A Tech Briefs TV video this week featured AlterEgo, a “mind-reading” wearable headset from MIT's Media Lab.
The technology allows a user to silently converse with a computing device, AI assistant, or application without any audible voice or discernible movements. The wearable device captures electrical signals induced by subtle but deliberate movements of internal speech articulators, which are activated when a person vocalizes internally. See the device in action.
What do you think? Would You Wear a 'Mind-Reading' Headset?