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The research paper "Human Brain/Cloud Interface" has been published
by our Amara D. Angelica, Frank J. Boehm, Krishnan
Chakravarthy, Robert A. Freitas Jr., Steven A. Garan, Tad Hogg, Mikhail
A. Lebedev, Nuno R. B. Martins, Jeffrey V. Rosenfeld, Yuriy Svidinenko,
and Melanie Swan.

The Human Brain/Cloud Interface Research Paper has been Published!

Gardnerville, NV | Posted on February 22nd, 2020

Our Amara D. Angelica, Frank J. Boehm, Krishnan
Chakravarthy, Robert A. Freitas Jr., Steven A. Garan, Tad Hogg, Mikhail
A. Lebedev, Nuno R. B. Martins, Jeffrey V. Rosenfeld, Yuriy Svidinenko,
and Melanie Swan have published the popular scientific paper the "Human
Brain/Cloud Interface" in the journal Frontiers in Neuroscience at
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnins.2019.00112/full .

This paper describes how neuralnanorobotics may enable a B/CI with
controlled connectivity between neural activity and external data
storage and processing, via the direct monitoring of the brain's ~86 x
10^9 neurons and ~2 x 10^14 synapses.

This paper is now in the top 30 most viewed papers on Frontiers of
Neuroscience and is the 2nd most read paper on Neural Engineering with
over 55,000 views, and is expected to soon be the most read paper there.

The Journal "Frontiers in Neuroscience" is the world's most-cited
journal in the Neurosciences field with more citations than "Nature
Neuroscience" or the Journal "Neuron".

The research paper "Human Brain/Cloud Interface" has
attracted not only the attention of the scientific
community, but also the attention of the worldwide media. This paper was
featured in some of the world's most prestigious journals and TV channels
including "The Irish Times" at
https://www.irishtimes.com/business/technology/nanotech-breakthrough-may-lead-to-an-internet-of-brains-1.3862178?localLinksEnabled=false ,
the "New York Post" at https://nypost.com/2019/04/16/human-brains-could-merge-with-technology-sooner-than-we-think/ ,
the UK's "Daily Mail" at
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6916747/Scientists-say-brains-connect-computers-decades-form-internet-thoughts.html ,
and "The Tribune" of India at https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/archive/story-758296 .

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