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The so-called smart mask, partially unveiled on Thursday, is packed with hospital-grade HEPA filters and battery-powered fans that are supposed to make breathing easier by drawing in air.
When implanted into a brain, these threads would form a high-capacity channel for a computer to communicate with the brain, a system supposed to be much more powerful than the existing brain-machine interfaces being researched.
I suppose the advice that I would offer is to not sit around and wait for something to happen – make it happen.
It is this expanded version of the program, which was initially supposed to last one year, that is being extended.
In the second case, Purdue University biologist Danny Haelewaters was supposed to be on six-nation field trip from Panama to eastern Russia.
Productivity since lifted and the team is pacing where they are supposed to be, Price said.
The film, which stars Amy Adams and is based on the best-selling novel of the same name, was supposed to come out in May under Disney’s Fox film brand.
Yes, I know I’m supposed to write that as “metadata” here, but metadata isn’t particularly a ranking factor.
People who are easily distracted when they’re supposed to be working will miss important cues from their dogs, she says.
By now, everyone should know what they are “supposed” to do.

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