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Tiny chips called ‘neurograins’ are able to sense electrical activity in the brain and transmit that data wirelessly — Image Credit: Jihun Lee


‘Neurograins’ would enable the next-gen Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)

Researchers have taken a key step towards designing a new concept for a futuristic BCI system

Apart from the controversial aspects of a Brain-computer interface (BCI) like its invasive nature and nefarious players getting their hands on…




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