Why passthoughts could make passwords a thing of the past

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CBC News
Publication Date
July 6 2016
John Chuang (contributor)
University Of California, Berkeley (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
"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."
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(July 6 2016). "Why passthoughts could make passwords a thing of the past". CBC News. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/index.php/Detail/objects/1867