Two people who are virtually paralyzed from the neck down have learned to manipulate a robotic arm with just their thoughts, using it to reach out and grab objects. One of them, a woman, was able to retrieve a bottle containing coffee and drink it from a straw — the first time she had served herself since her stroke 15 years earlier, scientists reported on Wednesday….
Then, dig this analysis: ---------- found Here (one of my favorite websites BTW)
I think there is a non-trivial probability that future computer interface using only our minds will be popular (I don’t think whether it will be possible is much of a question anymore). I’m not sure this will replace current inputs entirely, as the telephone did to morse code, or just compliment them, as the mouse did to the keyboard. In either case I think it adoption of such technology will go hand-in-hand with the continuing integration of brans and computers. Psychologically, I think controlling computers with your mind will make computer memories feel much more like actual memories, and will blur the line between the two further. After all, having no manual inputs means the entire process will occur internally
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I usually don't push the BS (or is that all that is done?) but, it had a couple posts this month perhaps worthy of checking out - Like Heat Rays Killing Cows, with no mention in the original story about aliens ------ and, The Last Card Is The Alien Invasion Card. Be forewarned some material at The BS may be considered adult.
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