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September 1st, 2016

Peter Diamandis Thinks Nanotech Will Interface With Human Minds

Abstract:
Diamandis explained that he was researching nanotechnology that would allow human brains to interface with machines. This isn’t an unthinkable feat: researchers at the University of Southern California have been working on neural implants to enhance cognitive functions. Diamandis sees technology slowly progressing to the point where humans can actually log on through the mind.

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