• @fastandcurious
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    432 months ago

    I didn’t know about people, but there is no way I am getting a fucking electronic chip installed in my brain, no matter how cool it might be

    It should only ever be imo used to help the disabled and that too without any involvement of someone like elon

    • @[email protected]
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      2 months ago

      Non invasive BCI capable of the exact stuff neuralink has demonstrated has existed for a while and its probably a much more viable way to help the disabled than cramming chips into their head.

    • @[email protected]
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      42 months ago

      This technology is evolving so fast it wont be long and a non invasive wearable will be able to do exactly the same.

        • SavedKriss
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          52 months ago

          If you search on PubMed, the same BCI was being experimented on in 1991. 1991!

        • @Gabu
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          02 months ago

          I saw colleagues using a more robust device ~9 years ago, and it was bonkers. Completely puts Neuralink to shame.

          • @schmidtster
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            02 months ago

            EEG can’t input analog inputs, neurololink is accomplishing an entirely different tech, so that’s quite literally impossible. Sorry.

            • @Gabu
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                • @Gabu
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                  Removed by mod

    • @LifeOfChance
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      32 months ago

      Then what is your plan to learn about upcoming things like the new pampers absorption technology 4.0.1?!