‘Smart factory’, the power of the mind

The North American artist, technological philosopher and futuristic architect Jonathon Keats, in collaboration with scientists from the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne of Switzerland, promoted his initiative called Mental Work.
The conceptual model that now promotes is a manufacturing infrastructure where workers carry out their functions simply using their mind control with the help of sensory helmets that work with Brain-Computer Interfaces.
A goal of Keats and his collaborators of EPFL, is to give way to an Industrial Revolution, or rather, a Cognitive Revolution, where machines and steel replace the sweat and efforts of human operators with the help of the power of Intelligence Artificial.