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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 though...

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Enter the World of the Surrogates

Enter the World of the Surrogates

Ever since I was a kid I have been interested in an episode of Batman The Animated series, in which a fight scene takes place between a robotic version of Bruce Wayne, AKA Batman, called a "duplicant", basically a robot that duplicates a human.

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The Swiss Army Brain: Sensory Extensibility as Native Function

The Swiss Army Brain: Sensory Extensibility as Native Function

There is no such thing as a 'phantom limb'. On the face of it, that's obvious - a phantom limb is no longer present and, therefore, does not exist. That is not what I mean. I mean that the 'phantom' in the phrase is itself the phantom. To understand this, look at it the other way around: we don't say that a person with a limb over which she has no control has a 'phantom brain map' for that inopera...

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