Brain–computer Interface - Fiction or Speculation

Fiction or Speculation

See also category: Brain–computer interfacing in fiction

The prospect of BCIs and brain implants of all kinds have been important themes in science fiction. See brain implants in fiction and philosophy for a review of this literature.

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