Half fish, half robot

By Duncan Graham-Rowe THE advent of “cyborgs” has been brought a step closer by the creation of a strange hybrid creature with a mechanical body controlled by the brain of a fish. As ghoulish as this chimera sounds, it may one day allow people to be fitted with prosthetic devices that are controlled directly by their brain. Light sensors housed in the mechanical body feed the brain sensory information. The brain tissue processes this information to generate command signals which tell the robot’s motors which way to turn in response to its environment. Steve Grand,
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