Intelligent Biohybrid Neurotechnologies: Are They Really What They Claim?

by   Gabriella Panuccio, et al.

In the era of intelligent biohybrid neurotechnologies for brain repair, new fanciful terms are appearing in the scientific dictionary to define what has so far been unimaginable. As the emerging neurotechnologies are becoming increasingly polyhedral and sophisticated, should we talk about evolution and rank the intelligence of these devices?


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