According to Australia's ABC News, researchers will have a telepathy interface in two years. Reportedly, researchers determined that only two million neurons are needed after studying how conjoined twins were able to see or feel each other's sensory input.
He said the technology had been implanted in rodents and "near-human primates" and, within about two years, would be operating in the first human patients.
Dr Alveda said such work was helping scientists understand how vision or hearing was represented via "code" in the brain and move work towards a technologist's "wet dream of being able to see out of someone else's eyes".
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