Subject: General Tech | May 18, 2017 - 12:29 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: cyborgs, arm
Researchers at the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering are working on a way you can truly have SoC on the brain, partnering with ARM to develop chips which can be implanted in the brain. The goal is not to grant you a neural interface nor add a couple of petabytes to your long term memory but to help treat people suffering from paralysis due to stroke or other damage to the brain. There is the small problem of heat, brain tissue will be much more susceptible to damage from implanted devices than an organ in the torso; a pacemaker has space in which to dissipate excess heat. We are still a long way off but you can read up on the current state of the research by following the links at The Inquirer.
"CHIP GIANT ARM is teaming up with US researchers on a project develop human brain implants aimed at helping paralysed patients as well as stroke and Alzheimer's patients."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Yo, patch that because scum still wanna exploit WannaCrypt-linked vuln @ The Register
- Intel looking to bundle motherboard and memory to promote Kaby Lake @ DigiTimes
- IoT needs security, says Microsoft without even a small trace of irony @ The Register
- Humans Accidentally Made a Space Cocoon For Ourselves Out of Radio Waves @ Slashdot
Subject: General Tech | March 9, 2016 - 12:40 PM | Ryan Shrout
Tagged: video, sol, David Hewlett, cyborgs
As a part of our Streaming Out Load 12-hour live streaming event, fellow geek David Hewlett stopped by to talk with us about his changing opinion on VR, what games he plays with his son and how our cyborg future is beginning.