Brain Interface

Whether to improve our cognition or as a lasts desperate attempt to survive while waiting for better bodies to replace our ailing ones, brain interfaces which allow us to communicate directly with technology are already on their way. Experiments have been performed with monkeys thousands of miles apart with one brain controlling the other monkey's actions. At the moment it takes months of training and computer learning to determine which signals do what, but with the ever exponential increase in computing power that time will be significantly reduced in future.

So rather than asking Siri out loud how many calories in a banana, perhaps one day just thinking the question will be enough for a flood of information to appear in your mind ready for you do dive into and review?

This section will keep you up to date with the latest developments and real world examples of the continuing blurring between man and machine.

Recent News

3 people play tetris together using brainwaves alone

Newsweek - 03-Oct-2018

BrainNet developed by University of Washington and Carnegie Mellon University.

Can This Brain Implant Reverse Paralysis?

labroots - 06-Sep-2018

NeuroLife implant could revolutionize care for spinal cord injury patients.

Conjoined twins hint at brain interface

ABC News - 25-Jul-2018

Conjoined twins have separate brains but can communicate thoughts.