Why passthoughts could make passwords a thing of the past
Publication TitleCBC News
Publication DateJuly 6 2016
Description"John Chuang, and his graduate students have been working on a technology called passthoughts, which would use a person's brainwaves to identify them. . . The team has found that a passthought — something like a song that someone could sing in their mind
— isn't easily forgotten and can achieve a 99percent authentication accuracy rate."