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JmanTheMan

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Word, sorry mate. I was asking internationally but I guess I need to be more specific.
 

ngatimozart

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This is like something out of sci fi such as The Matrix etc. BCI (brain computer interfaces) are very interesting and would certainly make gaming far more interesting and exciting. Gabe Newell owns Valve Corporation which owns Steam the PC game platform. He is resident in here NZ at the moment and has just become a partner with Team NZ the America's Cup yacht racing syndicate and current America's Cup holder. The latest Challenger series is underway at the moment in Auckland to find the challenger to challenge Team NZ for the Cup in March.

The development also promises significant advances in other areas, such as the operation of prosthetic limbs where the BCI would give the user sensation of feeling in the limb down to touch, including pain and discomfort. The BCI could also enhance or change moods and set sleep by using an app. However I think that there are ethics issues that have to be discussed and worked through.

 

John Fedup

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This is like something out of sci fi such as The Matrix etc. BCI (brain computer interfaces) are very interesting and would certainly make gaming far more interesting and exciting. Gabe Newell owns Valve Corporation which owns Steam the PC game platform. He is resident in here NZ at the moment and has just become a partner with Team NZ the America's Cup yacht racing syndicate and current America's Cup holder. The latest Challenger series is underway at the moment in Auckland to find the challenger to challenge Team NZ for the Cup in March.

The development also promises significant advances in other areas, such as the operation of prosthetic limbs where the BCI would give the user sensation of feeling in the limb down to touch, including pain and discomfort. The BCI could also enhance or change moods and set sleep by using an app. However I think that there are ethics issues that have to be discussed and worked through.

I can imagine a few dark programs on BCIs are underway by DARPA for future weapons systems.
 
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