Neuroprosthetics Ability to Create Man¬made Memories

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Neuroprosthetics, mechanical replacements for the human brain, are starting to become a possibility with the advancement of man’s understanding of the coding behind the human mind. By interpreting how the brain transmits signals to the human body from a mathematical, physical, and chemical standpoint, scientists are able to map these electronic signals and reproduce them with an artificial prosthesis. This

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Illumin Article PaperConnorNevin 6/9/13 WRT340/ElisaWarford IlluminArticleNeuroprostheticsAbilitytoCreateManmadeMemoriesNeuroprosthetics,mechanicalreplacementsforthehumanbrain,arestartingtobecomeapossibilitywith theadvancementofmansunderstandingofthecodingbehindthehumanmind.Byinterpretinghowthe braintransmitssignalstothehumanbodyfromamathematical,physical,andchemicalstandpoint, scientistsareabletomaptheseelectronicsignalsandreproducethemwithanartificialprosthesis.This technologyisonlyinthedevelopingstagesandhasveryfewfinishedproductsforhumanuse.Scientists arefindingtheconstraintsbehindstudyingsuchacomplexpartofthehumanbodyandarefocusingtheir effortsonthehippocampusofth

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