Our bodies, ourselves; our computers

Crossing boundaries: we are the next frontier for computing As we learn more about the human body and our brains, we’ve learned that we’re more like machines than we’d like to think. Even our precious brains, which seem so unique, so much us, are turning out to be driven by chemicals and neurons and mechanics – it’s just all squishy. ...

Kathleen Maher

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