Are you a wise person? In a rather informal survey using a smartphone app, I asked 159 people that exact question and surprisingly 37% of them would indeed call themselves wise. Now here comes the truly shocking news. I also asked another question: Did you know that there is quantitative research on the topic … Continue reading No Neuroscience of Wisdom: Time to wise up?
Is it actually possible to directly transfer one’s experiences into another person’s brain? Dejá vu? If this question in its particular wording seems familiar, you might be reading just the right text! I addressed this question in my blog post on Brain to Brain Interfaces (BtBIs) in June 2016 and just as promised here's the report on the … Continue reading Your Opinions on Brain to Brain Interfaces
Estimated Reading Time: 10 minutes In last week's blog post, we had a look at the question whether it is actually possible to alter one’s memory or even implant new recollections. This week, we continue to ask the exciting questions: Is it actually possible to directly transfer one's experiences into another person's brain? “Case sat in the loft with the dermatrodes … Continue reading Brain to Brain Interfaces