The rise of the telepresence robot — a device that looks like a monitor attached to a Segway roaming the halls of your office — has been met with bemusement, to say the least. But a team of researchers from Switzerland and Italy have figured out a way to use the device to help people with motor disabilities remotely navigate places with their brains. According to MIT Technology Review, the user is able to navigate the robot via a non-invasive helmet that reads EEG signals. By imagining movement with their feet or hands, the robot will move in a way…

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