In the quest to make cars smarter than human drivers, researchers want to read your brainwaves behind the wheel. (Well, technically it's through the wheel.)
The company behind Jaguar and Land Rover is working on adding new types of sensors in cars to detect your breathing, heartbeat, and even your concentration. The maker of this mind-sensing tech sells devices to help "master your inner universe." Oh boy.
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