Computer chips powered by human brain cells already exist — but is it ethical?

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Computer chips powered by human brain cells already exist — but is it ethical?

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Author / Journalist: The Conversation

Category: Technology

Topics: Using Neural Cells Neurons Silicon Human Research Chips Brain Dishbrain Computers

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Published On: 2022-06-23, 14:26:00

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Language: English

Reading Time: 8 minutes read

Article Length: 1285 words

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