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Better than the Borg: The Neurotech Era


Ramez Naam


forbes.com

January 10, 2013

What if you could read my mind? What if I could beam what I’m seeing, hearing, and thinking, straight to you, and vice versa? What if an implant could store your memories, augment them, and make you smarter?


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Posted by Dick Pelletier  on  01/10  at  07:25 PM

This piece accurately describes future advances in neuroscience. Everything was covered: Hearing, Sight, fMRI scans, Motion, Memory, and Intelligence.

As Arthur C. Clarke once said, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” This surely includes tomorrow’s neuroscience world where a “magical future” appears to be rising.

Great article!






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