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What Happens in the Hippocampus?

What Happens in the Hippocampus?

This year’s Nobel Prize in medicine recognises work on “cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain.” Those cells are found in the hippocampus. It is just one tiny part of the brain, but this structure gets at least its fair share of research attention.

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Review: The Transhuman Identity Thesis

Review: The Transhuman Identity Thesis

A quick little short video that I recently found. This video explains a bit about transhumanism and the nature of personhood, and it's short and a good introduction for an impatient friend.

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The Sensorium: A Multimodal Neurofeedback Environment

The Sensorium: A Multimodal Neurofeedback Environment

The Sensorium is a neurofeedback environment that allows people to experience signals from their non-perceptible body processes visually and auditorily. Various (neuro-)physiological rhythms and frequencies are projected simultaneously as soundscapes and “lightscapes” into the environment. A wireless physiological amplifier device sends signals such as EEG and ECG to a computer for real-time processing using the modi...

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Direct Brain to Brain Communication Between Animals and Humans

Direct Brain to Brain Communication Between Animals and Humans

Now imagine this, we're on our way to transcending the language barrier, with the Brain Computer Interface, for human to human communication, where direct and immediate interpretation or translation will be possible with the appropriate software. Imagine, if you can start understanding, what your dog, your cat or your hamster is thinking? And then now think, if we figure a way, to relay our thoughts or intended messa...

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Our Amazing Future

Our Amazing Future

While teaching courses in the computer science department at the University of Texas at Austin, I came to believe that 21st century technology—especially nanotechnology, genetics, artificial intelligence and robotics—will transform reality.

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