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Brain-boosting prosthesis moves from mice to humans

by Robbie Gonzalez

THE SHAPE ON the screen appears only briefly—just long enough for the test subject to commit it to memory. At the same time, an electrical signal snakes past the bony perimeter of her skull, down through a warm layer of grey matter toward a batch of electrodes near the center of her brain. 1,129 more words

Infornography (Serial Experiments Lain: Layer 11)

(Layer 10)

Episode 11 is half-recap and half-narrative. Unlike the vast majority of anime recap episodes however, in Serial Experiments Lain, the recap assumes you have seen all of the past episodes already (as you really can’t recap the series’ first ten episodes in one episode anyway) and just throws images of the most important moments from the earlier episodes at the viewer. 2,185 more words


BrainQ aims to cure stroke and spinal cord injuries through mind-reader tech

Israel-based BrainQ is a new neurotech startup hoping to take over brain-computer interface( BCI) companies like Braintree founder Bryan Johnson’s Kernel and Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk’s… 545 more words


A Low Cost Eeg Based Bci Prosthetic Using Motor Imagery

A Low-Cost Eeg Based BCI Prosthetic Using Motor Imagery

Daniel Elstob and Emanuele Lindo Secco, Liverpool Hope University, UK

Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) provide the opportunity to control external devices using the brain ElectroEncephaloGram (EEG) signals. 224 more words

Watch a thought race across the surface of the brain

Although neuroscientists have a general idea of what parts of the brain do what, catching them in the act is a difficult proposition. But UC Berkeley researchers… 569 more words


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