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How much can machines tell us about the brain?

When it comes to what we don’t know about the human brain…well, there’s a lot we don’t know. So when it comes to melding our brains with computers, there’s a lot of sticky questions we need to answer. Brain Machine Interfaces (BCI’s) have the potential to change the way we understand ourselves and the world around us. So should they be used for commercial, recreational or medical purposes?

 

Producers/Presenters: Cheyne Anderson, Ellen Leabeater, Miles Herbert

Speakers:

CT Lin, Professor in the School of Software at the University of Technology Sydney

Tim Chen, Lecturer in the School of Software at the University of Technology Sydney

Julie Layfelt

Eran Klein, Neurologist and Philosopher at BCI Centre

Fred Gilbert, ARC Decra Fellow at the University of Tasmania and University of Washington

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