Shelly Palmer and Prof. Dustin Tyler, the director of the Functional Neural Interface Lab and the Human Fusions Institute at Case Western Reserve University discuss NeuroReality™ — The Future of Telepresence.
Humans that fuse with machines will become telekinetics. They will be able to be in two places at once. They will be able to “feel” physical objects that are half a world away. They will have thousands of times the strength of purely organic humans. They will not be limited to one physical manifestation of their existence. They will have powers usually reserved for mythological superheroes – what will they do with them?
If you think these statements sound like prep work for a sci-fi novel, think again. They are concepts I discussed with Prof. Dustin Tyler, the director of the Functional Neural Interface Lab and the Human Fusions Institute at Case Western Reserve University (see NeuroReality™ — The Future of Telepresence video above).
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