NON-DESTRUCTIVE WHOLE-BRAIN MONITORING USING NANOROBOTS: NEURAL ELECTRICAL DATA RATE REQUIREMENTS

@inproceedings{Martins2012NONDESTRUCTIVEWM,
  title={NON-DESTRUCTIVE WHOLE-BRAIN MONITORING USING NANOROBOTS: NEURAL ELECTRICAL DATA RATE REQUIREMENTS},
  author={Nuno R. B. Martins and Wolfram Erlhagen and Robert A. Freitas},
  year={2012}
}
Neuronanorobotics, a promising future medical technology, may provide the ultimate tool for achieving comprehensive non-destructive real-time in vivo monitoring of the many information channels in the human brain. This paper focuses on the electrical information channel and employs a novel electrophysiological approach to estimate the data rate requirements, calculated to be (5.52 ± 1.13) × 1016 bits/sec in an entire living human brain, for acquiring, transmitting, and storing single-neuron… CONTINUE READING

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