When we think about bioelectronic technology, we imagine cyborgs, maybe with red artificial eyes and bionic hands. Bu, the real merger of man and machine will be based more on biology than nuts and bolts. Today implanted defibrillators, eye implants, artificial tissues and the management of chronic diseases in the nervous system are turning thousands of people in breathing cyborgs without changing their appearance.
Imagine that in the future people will be able to prevent and detect potential diseases by scanning their DNA for anomalies and mutations. The best technologies are yet to come, but many smartphone users can already disclose skin cancer by taking photos and checking it through the application. This is an example of how artificial intelligence is slowly but surely entering the healthcare industry. What other miracles will arrive in the next ten or twenty years?
Noosphere is excited about the potential of Thync technology to help the billions of people around the world who struggle to manage the psychological and physiological effects of stress. And, with technologies that can effectively reduce the negative impacts of stress on their brains and bodies, these people will have one less thing to worry about.