1 min readStanford researchers develop artificial synapse that works with living cells

Is this the beginning of the end of the natural human?

First they created artificial synapse made from organic materials that could communicate with each other. Then they assembled these artificial synapse to mimic the parallel operation of the brain. Now, Stanford researchers have been successful at integrating their artificial synapse with living cells.

This new technology allows the artificial synapse to respond to the chemical signals emanating from the brain, hence mimicking the learning capacity of biological synapses. It is paving the way for the development of efficient brain-integrated devices in the future.

Editor’s Note: The first technologies that will allow brain-machine technologies of the future, making real one of the promises of transhumanism – super intelligence. The question now is how this technology will be utilized in society, and who will have access to this technology. Is this the beginning of the end of the natural human?

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