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Neurotechnology and the Military

“Every generation has been trying to figure out how to use brain-related technology to improve security,” from caffeine to computer enhancement, bioethicist Jonathan Moreno, Ph.D., said at the Capitol Hill briefing “Neurotechnology and the Military” last week. 674 more words



Hi everybody, how are you doing?

What I am gonna present today is another project of mine on Brain/Human-Computer Interface (abbreviated as BCI). In this topic, I will not only introduce my project but also talk a little bit more about the fundamental (like what it is, how it works, and why I chose it as a method for my project). 1,175 more words


Deep brain stimulation for Alzheimer's disease

In the past 20 years, deep brain stimulation (DBS) has been used for over 100,000 patients with Parkinson’s disease. The success of this procedure has led investigators to try DBS for other neurologic conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD). 321 more words

Brain-Computer Interface

Peter Diamandis Thinks We’re Evolving Toward “Meta-Intelligence”

November 18, 2017

From Natural Selection to Intelligent Direction

In the next 30 years, humanity is in for a transformation the likes of which we’ve never seen before—and… 589 more words

Artificial Intelligence

Non-Invasive Brain Computer Interface & Artificial Speech Recognition

This is the transcript of Regina Dugan‘s Keynote address at Facebook F8 2017.

“In my entire career, I’ve never seen something as powerful a force as the smartphone, that didn’t also have unintended consequences; sometimes grave, sometimes everyday. 2,682 more words

What happens when technology opens up the brain -- and its information?

The second techno-thriller novel by neurosurgeon and inventor Eric C. Leuthardt explores a future where the distinction between life and death become blurred and neurotechnology is used for nefarious purposes. 513 more words