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Nano Implant in the Brain

@article{Thomas2018NanoII,
  title={Nano Implant in the Brain},
  author={Nisha Susan Thomas and M H Thomas},
  journal={International journal of engineering research and technology},
  year={2018},
  volume={3}
}
  • N. Thomas, M. Thomas
  • Published 24 April 2018
  • Computer Science
  • International journal of engineering research and technology
Computer scientists says that next twenty years neural interfaces will be designed that not only increase the dynamic range of senses, but also enhance memory and enable "cyberthink" invisible communication with others. This technology make easy to reliable and constant access to information when and where it is needed. The moral evaluation in this paper focus on issues of safety and knowledgeable permission, manufacturing and scientific responsibility, anxieties about the psychological nature… 

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