Researchers Create 'Rat Cyborgs' That People Control With Their Minds – D-brief
Lest you think this is some media sensationalism at work, here’s the actual title of the paper under discussion, which came out last week in Scientific Reports: “Human Mind Control of Rat Cyborg’s Continuous Locomotion with Wireless Brain-to-Brain Interface.” That pretty much says it all. via blogs.discovermagazine.com https://blogs.herald.com/dave_barrys_blog/
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