As our technology has evolved, so has the way we interact with it—and nothing exemplifies this more than the dream of a seamless brain-computer interface (BCI). Forget clunky keyboards and touchscreens: BCI is all about directly uniting humanity with the tools it creates. Here’s a look at the history and methods of BCI technology.
The four brain implants were about half the size of a button each.
A new chip designed for the brain is now wireless. Now that it is no longer connected using wires, will it compromise its accuracy?
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