Friday, November 24, 2006

Cyborg 2.0 (My tribute to Kevin Warwick)

Intelligent Design exists! Kevin Warwick, from University of Reading, the self-called Cyborg 2.0, proves it. In an article published in 2005 in International Journal of Adaptative Control and Signal Processing, Warwick and colleagues designed an implant that can be well tolerated by the body (96 days) and that can establish a by-directional link between the human nervous system and a computer. In their article, they demonstrate the many uses of this implant. For images, they are copyrighted, see Dr. Warwick's site (

Reference: Gasson et al. 2005. Invasive neural prosthesis for neural signal detection and nerve stimulation. Int. J. Adapt. Control Signal Process. 19: 365-375

An article on Warwick published in Wired Magazine HERE
and HERE