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Recording Your Mind

Recording Your Mind

A new technology by Infineon Technologies(1) may one day allow researchers to record a person's every thought and memory, and perhaps even transfer that person's lifetime of experiences to another.
Infineon's "Neuro-Chip" is cabable of directly interfacing with a living nerve cell. Thousands of sensors on the chip read the electrical activity of the cell, amplify it, then transfer the signals to a computer for processing. The above photo shows the Neuro-Chip connected to living snail brains.
Photo: Infineon Technologies, Max Planck Institute

1. http://www.infineon.com/cgi/ecrm.dll/jsp/showfrontend.do?lang=EN&content_type=NEWS&content_oid=57550&news_nav_oid=-9979

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