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> Can we train neurological microchips using cognitive therapy? How far are we from brain to computer interfaces?, A question about the technological adaptability and limits of the brain
post Nov 03, 2015, 07:09 AM
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Lately I've been trying to reinforce my visualization skills with the intention of eventually superimposing minds' eye virtual objects onto my normal visual field, with some minor success. This got me thinking about how machine brain interfaces might be useful in the future, especially if such devices were external an non-invasive. I was wondering if the brain couldn't be trained to respond to various electromagnetic signals from an external apparatus, and if we couldn't then use such apparatuses to eventually rewire and modify neurological structures. If we could accomplish this, would it be possible to build specialized microchips from neurons, which could be used to perform computational functions, run applications, and to store and retrieve data on external devices? Let me know what you think.
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