kottke.org: Bionic men and women walk among us

For The Verge, Russell Brandom writes about the increasing use of neural implants to control the symptoms of a variety of diseases, from depression to Parkinson’s to dystonia.

The results are as reliable as flipping a light switch, but even after decades of testing, no one knows exactly why it…

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    impianti neuronali e uomini (o donne) bionici. Non è fantascienza, è realtà: leggiti l’articolo originale e pensa a cosa...
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    For The Verge, Russell Brandom writes about the increasing use of neural implants to control the symptoms of a variety...
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    These are the kinds of things that have me excited about the future. People are wonderful, science is awesome, the...

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