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    {http://rdn-consulting.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/brain-chip.jpg} 1) Type and communicate through thought. "According to John P. Donoghue, a neuroscientist at Brown University, the first benefits of the interface would be the ability of people to type and communicate on the Internet by simply thinking" ("Infowars," 2006).
    2) Treatment for Chronic Depression. "February 2005, the FDA conditionally approved a Neural Interface system to treat chronic depression" ("Infowars,"2006).
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    1) Dangerous and Experimental. Neural Interfacing is extremely dangerous and highly experimental. It has only truly been spoken about in science fiction text.
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Saturday, December 19

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Sunday, January 29

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    By StephenStephen P. Moss.
    What is neurosignaling?
    Neurosignaling is a science that aims to perfect the use of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) in order to manipulate computer-controlled devices using the human brain. These BCIs "read" brainwaves through EEG (electroencephalography) in order to create an interface that allows command of the desired device through the mind (Nguyen, 2007).
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    By Felipe Mardakis, Jacob Sober, Jose Vasquez, Marielle Ventura, and Stephen Stephen Moss.
    What is neurosignaling?
    Neurosignaling is a science that aims to perfect the use of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) in order to manipulate computer-controlled devices using the human brain. These BCIs "read" brainwaves through EEG (electroencephalography) in order to create an interface that allows command of the desired device through the mind (Nguyen, 2007).
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Friday, August 28

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