NeuraFutures Lecture: Fiction and Science of Brain Interfacing

Building on 15 years of our experience in designing and creating the most cutting edge interaction – fusion between the brain and computer, brain-computer interfaces, in our project NeuraFutures we are touching upon implanting memories, reading your dreams while you sleep and communicating a thought between two different people throughout the continents.

We analyzed 450+ books, movies, TV shows to give our audience a better picture of what brain computer interfaces are and are not. From science to science fiction, from 1641’s brain in a jar to 2021’s Rick and Morty’s memory transfer helmet.

We explore together with our audience the multitude of scenarios, use cases, form-factors of some of the most futuristic systems imagined by humans over the past 500 years to establish how close we are to those systems and try to answer THAT VERY IMPORTANT question – if you really need to get that implant tomorrow.Please check the website of the project to learn more:

Capacity is limited, be sure to reserve your free tickets below

Oct 5, 2022
05:00 PM
- 06:30 PM
MIT Media Lab, Bartos Theater
E15-070 Bartos Theater – MIT Media Lab, Wiesner Building, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ames St Building e15, Cambridge, MA 02142
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