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  • Inside Neurotechnology

    Inside Neurotechnology

    Funded by a special grant offered by the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development, Dr. Robert Boyle and Dr. Issac Potter began doing clinical research to understand the underlying causes of behavioral and emotional disorders in children, adolescents as well as adults. This research included the use of neurobics on depressed and attention deficit disordered patients. “Brain cells learn by literally making new connections with one another. For a long time, it was assumed that these connections could only be established during youth. But new scientific evidence shows the opposite: Even quite late in life, the brain has quite a lot of residual capacity to reorganize and “rewire” itself” Dr. Boyle Explains. “This is because most of area of our brain is devoted to processing sensory inputs, we felt that this was a unique way to tackle these emotional problems”. Neurobics are based upon the latest scientific research from leading neurobiology labs around the world. These mental exercises were developed to use the full range of senses which can often be marginalized by modern conveniences. This stimulus helps to forge new connections among the different sensory structures of the brain thus increasing ones abilities to concentrate and focus. Dr. Potter contends that “this breakthrough will undoubtedly one day take form of a new treatment regimen for those suffering from many of today’s emotional problems. It has been a long journey to begin the daunting task of understanding the influences governing brain development, however, we our making great strides.”

    The pair of researchers having completed their work with behavioral and emotional disorders continued to collaborate and are currently developing a new direct neural interface which will be used to connect the human brain to a computer. “The neural interface will communicate through an artificial neural network by infrared data transmission”. Dr Boyle also explains that this new research, although considered by some controversial, “can quickly be used for treating illness and disability experienced by everyday people”. He continues, “Like any new technology, neurotechnology represents both promises and problems. On the upside, neurotechnology represents new cures for mental illness, new opportunities for economic growth and a potential flowering of artistic expression. These benefits are countered by the potential use of neurotechnology for coercive purposes such as mind control, or its use as neuroweapons that can selectively erase or implant memories. Of course there are very stringent guidelines that we must follow and our research is primarily focused on the more beneficial aspects.”

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