iBrain will let us know what’s on Stephen Hawking’s mind
Last year, the folks over at NeuroVigil came up with a device called the iBrain – a brain scanner that can collect data from a person’s brain. The iBrain was attached to Stephen Hawking who was then told to visualize making a fist with his right hand. Whatever went through his brain at that moment was then collected by the iBrain. As to what the data is, we don’t know now but it looks like we’ll be able to find out very soon.
Dr. Philip Low of NeuroVigil recently announced to The Star, “We will present the data we were able to generate from Stephen Hawking.” The data will be revealed this Saturday, July 7th, at the Francis Crick Memorial Conference. If you’re interested in finding out the details, head over to fcmconference.org this Saturday where the event will be streamed live.
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