From Use of ‘smart drugs’ on the rise The use of drugs by people hoping to boost mental performance is rising worldwide, finds the largest ever study of the trend. In a survey of tens of thousands of people, 14% reported using stimulants at least once in the preceding 12 months in 2017, up from … H+
From Neuralink Progress Update, Summer 2020: 0:00 – Stream Start 0:30 – Intro Video 1:02 – Start of Presentation 1:07 – Welcome from Elon Musk 1:16 – Emphasis that this presentation is to encourage recruiting 1:44 – The purpose of Neuralink 3:40 – Current Medical Research and Available Tech 5:42 – Neuralink and Development 6:11 …
From Elon Musk’s Neuralink Wants ‘Sewing Machine-Like’ Robots to Wire Brains to the Internet – The New York Times: One of Neuralink’s distinguishing techniques is that it places flexible threads of electrodes in proximity to neurons, the tiny cells that are the basic building blocks of the brain. The ability to capture information from a … H+
The US FDA is officially warning consumers that buying young blood infusions to improve their health is not a good idea
From FDA officially warns against buying young blood – The Verge: The idea that infusions of young blood could slow aging has been around since the early 2000s, when studies in mice showed promising results. (Notably, the young and old mice weren’t just sharing blood; they were attached and actually shared organs, too.) The concept … H+
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