November 9, 2012
Source: Barnes & Noble — November 9, 2012
In his visionary bestseller The Singularity Is Near, scientist Ray Kurzweil devoted a single chapter to how reverse engineering the brain could bring us to a point where man and machine are melded into a new entity.
In the eight years since that bold futuristic leap, technologies to examine the brain have made to make that claim seem a hundred times more plausible.
In his… read more