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A man's head is enclosed by a big, pillow-shaped machine. Scientists in white coats take notes as the machine scans the subject's brain waves, seeking to penetrate his thoughts—to read his mind. "I think the word is 'eye,'" the computer says in an otherworldly voice, after performing a lengthy analysis.
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