There will come a time when a person has a stroke and if we can’t repair it biologically, there will be an option to get a technology that will rewire their brain - John Donoghue


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The Insane and Exciting Future of the Bionic Body

Although multiple artificial organs can’t yet function together in a single human body, the scenario has become realistic enough that bioethicists, theologians and others are contending with the question, How much of a human being can be replaced and still be considered human? For many, the criterion is whether a device enhances or interferes with a patient’s ability to relate to other people.

There’s broad agreement, for instance, that technology that restores motor functions to a stroke victim or provides sight to the blind does not make a person less human.

But what about technology that could one day transform the brain…

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