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Elizabeth M
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Re: Brain to Brain Interface
Elizabeth M   9/12/2013 8:00:28 AM
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Thanks, vimalkumarp. I wasn't that aware of this type of thing until I wrote about this but it does seem like it opens up a lot of new avenues in medical treatment for sure. Yes, it definitely seems like magic, as well. Although we know the activities of the human brain have a scientific basis, it's such a complex organ that it's hard not to think there is some element of something else going on besides pure chemistry.

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Brain to Brain Interface
vimalkumarp   9/12/2013 6:58:17 AM
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Great post Elizabeth. Brain to Brain interface was actually "much awaited" as the next step of BCI. i believe this will really make waves in medical domain may be as a new step/ modality  in physiotherapy. Though it looks like science fiction, as Alan kay said: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" and this is like magic. on a personal note I was fortunate to inetract with Rajesh Rao on brain computer interface long ago.

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