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Brain-reading headphones 'sense' when you're distracted and turn up volume


technology can also create music playlists based on which songs seem to help the user concentrate, according to the Times.Dr Ramses Alcaide, the company’s founder, said its research shows people only have two to three hours of high productivity in their day.He wrote in a blog post: “Enten lets you know how and when that happens so you can maximize your time without overextending your brain.“They tell you when it’s time to take a break and track what activities impact your focus.”He said the.

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