26 responses

  1. Nick
    June 18, 2009

    Let’s not forget the inevitable ad-ware and spy-ware that will be being beamed at our heads. Suddenly wearing tin-foil hats to protect oneself (actually, probably carbon nano-tube sheets, much better RF protection) from controlling radio waves will actually be… necessary.

  2. Nick
    June 18, 2009

    Let’s not forget the inevitable ad-ware and spy-ware that will be being beamed at our heads. Suddenly wearing tin-foil hats to protect oneself (actually, probably carbon nano-tube sheets, much better RF protection) from controlling radio waves will actually be… necessary.

  3. omar alcina
    June 22, 2009

    I am very impressed by your program of braingate 2. My wish is to know if yout device allows injured brain cells to send signals to the upper limbs to allow mobility and hand dexterity.
    I am a civil ingeneer who had dreams of a masters degree abroad and a traffic accident destroyed those dreams.
    Your program has given me hope, thats why I need more information.
    kind reegards.
    Omar Alcina Fernàndez

  4. omar alcina
    June 21, 2009

    I am very impressed by your program of braingate 2. My wish is to know if yout device allows injured brain cells to send signals to the upper limbs to allow mobility and hand dexterity.
    I am a civil ingeneer who had dreams of a masters degree abroad and a traffic accident destroyed those dreams.
    Your program has given me hope, thats why I need more information.
    kind reegards.
    Omar Alcina Fernàndez

  5. Aaron
    June 22, 2009

    Hi Omar,
    Singularity Hub is a website that writes tech articles, we are not affiliated with BrainGate2 in any way. If you want to learn more about joining the Braingate2 clinical trials please follow this link:

    http://www.braingate2.org/clinicalTrials.asp

    and contact the people there.
    Best of luck,
    Aaron

  6. Aaron
    June 21, 2009

    Hi Omar,
    Singularity Hub is a website that writes tech articles, we are not affiliated with BrainGate2 in any way. If you want to learn more about joining the Braingate2 clinical trials please follow this link:

    http://www.braingate2.org/clinicalTrials.asp

    and contact the people there.
    Best of luck,
    Aaron

  7. Anonymous
    June 29, 2009

    Bad idea. No piece of computer hardware that connects to the human brain should be possible to hack, ever.

  8. Anonymous
    June 28, 2009

    Bad idea. No piece of computer hardware that connects to the human brain should be possible to hack, ever.

  9. Nick
    September 11, 2009

    dude this is awesome. we can totally control other people with my mind. the age of the Jedi is finally here!!!!!!!

    • bob
      September 13, 2009

      you are an idiot!!! this technology isn’t about controlling other people’s minds; it is about using your mind to control inanimate objects such as a electronic wheelchair or a mechanical prosthetic arm. If someone loses their arm in a war or something, a mechanical prothstetic arm can be attached which they will be able to use their mind to control.

  10. Nick
    September 11, 2009

    dude this is awesome. we can totally control other people with my mind. the age of the Jedi is finally here!!!!!!!

    • bob
      September 12, 2009

      you are an idiot!!! this technology isn’t about controlling other people’s minds; it is about using your mind to control inanimate objects such as a electronic wheelchair or a mechanical prosthetic arm. If someone loses their arm in a war or something, a mechanical prothstetic arm can be attached which they will be able to use their mind to control.

  11. Kevin Vogelsang
    March 8, 2010

    I'm tempted to be a test subject, perhaps another day….

  12. Kevin Vogelsang
    March 8, 2010

    Definitely not inevitable.
    If it's initially about communicating with a computer-enabled device, this isn't a problem. Perhaps a nuisance. No more a problem than it is now.
    If it's about actual matrix-style input, it's harder to say. I think computer-augmented intelligence would be very good at recognizing any sort of spam. We aren't the same as computers.

  13. Bknaveena7
    February 10, 2011

    brain gate technology

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