1 min readFirst social network of brains succeed in collaborative problem-solving

A network of brains has been able to communicate with each other and solve problems cooperatively. What does it mean for AI?

Just last September 2018, researchers from the University of Washington in Seattle has prototyped a technology that enables three brains to communicate with each other. With this development, scientists have proven that brains can communicate directly, as well as work cooperatively at solving problems.

Why It Matters

This phenomenon of brain communication has long been documented, but they are called differently – telepathy. If stories were to be believed, human beings have the capacity to communicate with different people without the use of senses, and they would do so as if they were speaking out loud. Our current technologies are not yet so advanced that they can detect this much information being transferred. But we have enough technology to show us how telepathy might work.

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