Dr. Bruce Katz presents an intriguing view of the future of bioengineering that evolve beyond traditional devices that merely enhance hearing and eyesight, or replace limbs to achieve breakthroughs in man-machine connections that will interconnect the human brain with computing devices and networks.
This is no pie-in-the-sky tale. Dr. Katz discusses the current state of the neural technology which is already allowing the brain to interact with devices, and then moves on to discuss the frontiers of this technology that are on the cusp of becoming reality. He lets us imagine the possibilities of what this new era of interconnectivity can bring with firm underpinnings in the true state of this field. It's a fascinating look at what the near future may hold for us all.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our July, 2008 issue.
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