Death of the keyboard and mouse: How human-computer interfaces are evolving

Nicholas Fearn
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A number of organisations are forging ahead on developing computing-brain interfaces
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A number of organisations are forging ahead on developing computing-brain interfaces

The keyboard and mouse is already giving way to human-computer interfaces that could once only have been seen in sci-fi films, writes Nic Fearn

For decades, the primary human-computer interface has been the keyboard, augmented only by the introduction of the mouse in the mid-1980s. But as technology continues to advance, the way in which we interact...

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