Will we ever be able to download information from our brain? Some neuroscientists and bioengineers are working on this RIGHT NOW. Someday soon we might be able to see what happened in dreams once we’re awake…
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Downloading our brain has been talked about incessantly by the #sciencefiction and #transhumanist communities, but right now it’s just not possible. What CAN we do with brain information that we can download / upload? Find out this week!
0:00 Downloadin’ the brain
2:24 The Sound of Thoughts
5:39 Meet Jan
11:12 Downloading your Dreams
14:25 Hector, Lector, and the Flying Lesson
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How do #BrainComputerInterfaces actually read data from the brain? What is the language of the brain? How can we learn to speak that language? What’s the best way to control a prosthetic arm, or to become a cyborg? In this series, I look at these advanced pieces of technology and talk to biomedical engineering experts about EEG, fMRI, ECoG, and all the technologies we use to read what the brain is doing while hidden inside our skull. This series is all about how we can #UpgradeOurBrain! Stick around for all the episodes and click here to subscribe so you don’t miss any: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-trace
🤯SERIES LINKS: #UpgradingYourBrain
PART I 🧠 Connecting to the brain!
PART II 🤔 Language of the Brain
PART III 👩💻 Brains are not computers
PART IV 💾 Download from the brain?
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