Reporting on Connecting Brains in 3 Steps | Reporter’s Notebook | WIRED

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WIRED writer Louise Matsakis explains how she goes about covering a research paper on multi-person brain-to-brain interfaces. A brain interface is a way for people to communicate with each other only using their minds. Louise goes through all the steps she takes when prepping an article for WIRED.com, which includes: reading the research paper, checking the landscape, and contacting the researchers.

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Reporting on Connecting Brains in 3 Steps | Reporter’s Notebook | WIRED

Authors:
Linxing Jiang, Andrea Stocco, Darby M. Losey, Justin A. Abernethy, Chantel S. Prat & Rajesh P. N. Rao. University/Photographer, Mark Stone/University of Washington

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