For the first time in history, scientists have created a network for the transmission of thoughts

Впервые в истории: ученые создали сеть для передачи мыслей

Scientists from the University of Washington (USA) created the world’s first network that unites the three parties for the transmission of telepathic signals, said on Friday, October 5, ScienceAlert.

Researchers have developed a special BrainNet neural network whose main function is the transfer of electric impulses from one person to another, allowing you to transfer certain signals from the brain.

This development is a construct that consists of the device of EEG and decoder transcerebral magnetic stimulation.

“”Tetris” was used as an example problem, in which two people see his decision, but can’t act. Such conditions motivate them to interact with the third person who can act, but sees no solution. As an example, you can use other games,” explained Professor Rajesh RAO.

Physicists and neuroscientists has taken a few years to develop tools that allow you “to experience certain thoughts and transmit information about them to other people,” according to Massachusetts Institute of technology.

To demonstrate the operation of the telepathic network, the researchers gave the volunteers three unusual task — together to play “Tetris”, adhering to certain conditions.

Two out of three were seen in front of the whole playing field, the third man saw only the upper part of the screen – itself a figure, but not the lower part where she should fall. Accordingly, what you need to do with the object, i.e. rotate it or not, it was decided on the basis of the signals coming from the other two test subjects.

Earlier, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX Elon Musk has repeatedly announced plans to create an interface to directly exchange information between human brain and computer.

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