brainhacking: the future of medicine?

brainhacking: the future of medicine?

For now, it’s only capable of transmitting very crude signals to communicate with the nervous system — more like grunts and groans rather than the precise vocabulary that Slaoui envisions for bioelectronic therapies. Even so, the microregulator felt elegant and powerful and promising in my palm. “A patient gets a device like this implanted once for one disease, and they’re done,” Tracey says. “No prescriptions, no medicines, no injections. That’s the future. That’s what gets me out of bed in the morning.”


4 thoughts on “brainhacking: the future of medicine?

    1. virgilio leonardo ruilova castillo says:

      Well, science is not always an equivalent of ethics. We need more ethical knowledge than just plain science. It depends on us.


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