Interesting. Speaking as a survivor of brain surgery (deep brain stimulation, twenty hours total awake with neurosurgeons poking around in my head, two years of dicking around with the implants, also $200K billed to my insurance, in the end unsuccessful), I listen with skepticism when people talk about elective brain surgery procedures.
So you are investing in enhancements. Do you have any focus on
- reducing the cost of brain surgery,
- reducing general trauma, and
- increasing reliability of results?
The brain does not have a serviceable design. Figuring out how to enhance and optimize the brain is only one of your challenges. I know firsthand that just putting such technology to use will be very difficult.