MIT created a glove that controls how deeply you sleep
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently developed a device that allows a person to maintain a semi-conscious state between wakefulness and sleeping. Why it matters: There’s now a working “sleep interface,” in the form of a device that allows humans to have a small amount of control over their own consciousness. The state between awake and asleep is called hypnophagia, and some experts believe that by controlling the amount of time we spend in it, then interrupting the mind before it can completely fall asleep, we may be able to take advantage of certain cognitive associations we’ve never been… This story continues at The Next Web
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The latest episode of the Forbes Asia Investment Briefing comes from Alicia Garcia Herrero, who is chief APAC economist at Natixis. She tells us what's caught her eye this week, and what she'll be watching for over the coming weeks and months.