Our brain-computer interfacing technology uses music to make people happy

This article by Ian Daly, Eduardo R. Miranda & Slawomir Nasuto originally appeared in The Conversation

Music can leave us with a sense of transcendental beauty or make us reach for the ear plugs. In fact, it is almost unparalleled among the arts in its ability to quickly generate an incredibly wide range of powerful emotions. But what happens in our brains and bodies when we emotionally react to music has long been a bit of a mystery. A mystery that researchers have only recently started to explore and understand.

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