We like this, been waiting for it for decades.
Gizmodo reports, “Automatic Do-Not-Disturb Measures Your Brainwaves to Know When You’re Busy.”
Italian-born neuroscientist Ruggero Scorcioni has developed a new technology that will help you get stuff done by deflecting phone calls or other notifications away when you’re busy. Finally, technology to help keep your brainspace clear when you need it.
Ruggero showed us his tech implemented as an app on smartphone at an AT&T event in New York this morning. The technology works by measuring your brainwave activity using a commercially available headset which talks to your phone via Bluetooth. When your activity goes above a certain adjustable threshold, Ruggero’s app automatically holds your calls using a publicly available AT&T API.
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