A brain-computer interface could make humans smarter

The US Federal Communications Commission has announced it will approve a $300m proposal for a brain-machine interface (BMI) for the blind and visually impaired.The agency said the BMI is designed to improve the ability of people to function independently and be more confident in their own abilities.The BMI could also provide a means to assist […]

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Computer system biology: A look at the latest in computing systems biology

The computer system biology program, now at the University of Toronto, offers a deeper understanding of the human brain, as well as its role in technology and the environment.It was created by students and postdoctoral fellows.The program is being led by Professor David R. Rovner and his team at U of T’s Computational Systems Biology […]

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