Neuroscience

Are Technomorphic Worldviews Taking Over?
Immersive Experiences, Our Next Reality? For Whom?

Are Technomorphic Worldviews Taking Over? Immersive Experiences, Our Next Reality? For Whom?
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A technological focus is fantastic, but the problems that we are facing are more systemic. Zooming out to a higher level to see the systemic connections is very much needed. It’s not about that technology can solve healthcare problems, but how it can be adopted at an affordable level.

Paul Epping, Alina Solotarov
Ethics
Five Hidden Friends To Experience The Reality. Does It Make Sense To Sense?

Five Hidden Friends To Experience The Reality. Does It Make Sense To Sense?
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Thanks to the ability of our brain to develop and change throughout life, scientists began to explore how they could use the brain’s neuroplasticity to enhance senses beyond human limits.

Beatrice Barbazzeni
Innovation
Hacking The Brain: A Disease Treatment or D.I.Y Product?

Hacking The Brain: A Disease Treatment or D.I.Y Product?
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“The human brain has 100 billion neurons, each neuron connected to 10 thousand other neurons. Sitting on your shoulders is the most complicated object in the known universe.” By quoting Michio Kaku, definitely you are guessing the content of this article series on Supernatural: No More Sci-Fi, Human Enhancement Is

Beatrice Barbazzeni
Neuroscience
Enhancing the Brain: A Smart Plug and Play System

Enhancing the Brain: A Smart Plug and Play System
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Have you ever wondered what’s inside your head? What makes you able to think and memorize, feeling happy or sad, seeing or hearing, breathing or moving, and even more perceiving the temperature, thirst, or hunger.

Beatrice Barbazzeni
Neuroscience
Digital Biomarkers To Detect Early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease: Hype Or Hope?

Digital Biomarkers To Detect Early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease: Hype Or Hope?
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The healthcare system saw the entrance of advanced technologies to produce, acquire and monitor data leading to a better understanding and investigation of several disease processes while promoting health and prevention.

Beatrice Barbazzeni
Alzheimer's