Shot: Real-Life Cyborgs? Groundbreaking Material Can Merge AI with the Human Brain
“The team started looking at organic electronic materials that would reduce or eliminate scarring and eventually discovered Pedot.
Pedot is commercially available, antistatic coating for electronic displays. It is very chemically stable, making it ideal for use in medical implants.”
Chaser (from Cursed Hearts):
Chris was finishing his brief Saturday lecturing – tutoring, really – of his three 4th-year students about the neuro-mesh that had been developed in Singapore just over thirty months ago. That company made their customers pay; and not even in the new currency, ria, but in precious metals, only. And pay the world did: paraplegics were walking and he was alive. It was an age of miracles in the East while the West, outside of a few pockets, seemed to be sinking into a second Dark Age, driven by unrestricted immigration.