Human Brain to Brain Interface Research has been Successful

by Rachel Baker on September 2, 2013

In yet another from-the-archives-of-the-Star-Trek-Universe, this time regarding the Borg.  At some point, resistance to being assimilated into the hive mind may be futile.

…researchers from the University of Washington (UW) say they’ve created the first successful, non invasive brain-to-brain-interface.

Don’t run screaming from your computer just yet. This is a research project in a controlled lab. The researcher, Rajesh Rao, says he was able to successfully send a brain signal through the Internet to make the fingers of his fellow researcher, Andrea Stocco, move on a keyboard. Stocco was located on the opposite side of the UW campus.

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