German researchers have used EEG headsets to automatically brake for drivers up to 130 milliseconds before they actually hit the brakes—enough time to reduce the braking distance by nearly four meters.

We discuss the future of driverless cars and EEG devices for predictive driving assistance.

Your Brain Could Brake For You In The Future
technologyreview.com/biomedicine/38159/?p1=A3
Neurosky MindWave Headset
store.neurosky.com/products/mindwave-1
Emotiv Headset
emotiv.com/
China Gains on Google's Driverless Cars
singularityhub.com/2011/08/07/china-gains-on-google-in-driverless-car-race-with-177-mile-road-trip-video/
Google Driverless Car Crashed Due To Human Error
popsci.com/cars/article/2011-08/human-caused-driverless-car-crash-more-evidence-cars-should-just-take-over

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