"I don't have one single word to give you what I felt at that moment. That word doesn't exist."
It wasn't my arm but it was my brain, my thoughts. I was moving something with it.
The goal is a Star Trek-like melding of mind and machine.
Combining what's considered the most humanlike bionic arm to date - even the fingers bend like real ones - with tiny chips implanted in the brain.
Those electrodes tap into electrical signals from brain cells that command movement.
Bypassing a broken spinal cord, they relay those signals to the robotic third arm.
We really are at a tipping point now with this technology,"
Recreating sensation means crafting a two-way highway with those brain chips
plan is to turn research into a robotic exoskeleton that would help the paralyzed move their bodies.
LISTENING TO THE BRAIN, THE MOST SPECTACULAR PROCESSOR, COMPUTER MACHINE EVER CREATED.
READING THE BRAIN MACHINE LANGUAGE.
UNDERSTANDING THE BRAIN'S LANGAUGE.
Then, with a thought only, you will move, control, receive presence feedback from a robot half a planet apart.
A tele teleportation.
and.. if we can get a fake,artificial reality feedback, a presence feedback, into our brains - we don't - we so do not need even to exist.
All that can be simulated. Brain feedback, brain activity, but ultimately, brain itself will be simulated.
Now see if that has not already happened, if we already are not a simulated process. Not real.
We may not be real, just an image, a simulated artificial process.
We are a program running inside a brain anyway. Our body is a supporting peripheral.