neurochip


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neurochip

(ˈnjʊərəʊˌtʃɪp)
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(Computer Science) computing a semiconductor chip designed for use in an electronic neural network. Also called: neural chip
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He is the first ever scientist to have created a neurochip that can connect to brain cells.
Naveed Syed, working in the University of Calgary's Hotchkiss Brain Institute has created the neurochip. He has made a way possible for us to know the communication between a tissue and an electronic device.
We were warned that the smart machines would inherit the Earth, but we didn't realize it would be our choice to hasten the day by implanting every hot new neurochip into our bodies until we became more robot than human.
Tai, The Neurochip: A New Multielectrode Device for Stimulating and Recording from Cultured Neurons.
Se crea una crisis cuando el neurochip de un cadaver lo implica en un homicidio, momento en el que deserta su trabajo y se une a la resistencia.
There are many nanotechnology initiatives in the biomedical engineering field, such as biomechanical materials and design related to spine research, imaging technologies, and a neurochip for the brain.
Before application to the MEA neurochip chamber or 12-well chamber, the NPs were dispersed by ultrasound sonification and vortexed.
We want to explore a way to use genes to control the neurochip."
Seja pela via da body modification, seja pela via da hipercodificacao de dados do 'corpo humano', seja pelos neurochips, fato e que a tecnociencia e as promessas da cyberculture rompem o horizonte do conhecido, como aponta o antropologo italiano Massimo Canevacci.
Mathematical and computational tools have been utilized to develop the genetic circuits and systems using biotechnological design principles of synthetic GRN, which involves new kinds of integrated circuits like neurochips inspired by the biological neural networks [2].
1363) investigated acute electrophysiological effects of carbon black, hematite, and titanium dioxide NPs in primary murine cortical networks on micro-electrode array (MEA) neurochips. The authors conclude that NPs--at concentrations below those required to cause formation of intracellular free radicals--caused concentration-dependent alterations in neuronal network activity.
In the second, several alternatives and technologies of implementation can be chosen for the neuronal accomplishment of chips, like digital, analog or hybrid neurochips.