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Hardware News   Hardware News : Scientists develop 'brain chip'
   posted by DaveyD on 16-Mar-2003 16:56:45 (1389 reads)
A "brain chip" could be used to replace the "memory centre" in patients affected by strokes, epilepsy or Alzheimer's disease, it has been claimed.

US scientists say a silicon chip could be used to replace the hippocampus, where the storage of memories is co-ordinated.


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Eric_S 
Re: Scientists develop 'brain chip'
Posted on 16-Mar-2003 17:06:42
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Slowly, slowly machine and man begins to meld togeter as one. It begins as a prothesis sience enabling the deaf to hear and the blind to see and now it could enable stroke patiens to be able to store memories again.
When and if will such technology be used for the pupose of not to help and heal but to improve and perfect?

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cyka 
Re: Scientists develop 'brain chip'
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lol

"Resistence is futile"

We will become the borg. If bush has it his way we will all be machine and now human


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WOW! Is this real?


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