DARPA awards $65 million to develop the perfect, tiny two-way brain-computer interface

 With $65 million in new funding, DARPA seeks to develop neural implants that make it possible for the human brain to speak directly to computer interfaces. As part of its Neural Engineering System Design (NESD) program, the agency will fund five academic research groups and one small San Jose-based company to further its goals. For a taste of what DARPA is interested in, the Brown team will… Read More


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