Re: Brain on the Back of an Envelope

Alex Tseng (
Mon, 8 Dec 1997 01:29:52 -0800 (PST)

---Steve Witham <> wrote:

But using components specialized for being brains might slow you
down because it's harder to get chips designed and built than to
program PCs. On the other hand, such brain-chips could already
have become an industry by 2027, used inside insect-robots or spy
cameras starting a decade earler...

That's really inspiring, man

How about organic interfaces e.g. processor drivers to nerve
tissues ; neuro-chip replacement for spinal nerve connection
etc etc ,... that's going to be a reality as well ...
so that people like Christopher Reeves could possibly be walking
again by 2027 or earlier , right ?

Alex Tseng, Singapore

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