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Pentagon Well On Their Way to Building a Human Memory Chip


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has teamed up with UCLA and the University of Pennsylvania to work on the Pentagon’s Restoring Active Memory (RAM) program, which aims to develop and build a very small, implantable, wireless neural interface device. They also offered a $2.5 million contract to the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, which will also work on the project. With this development, the Pentagon takes a major step toward understanding and even recreating human memories.  Justin Sanchez, DARPA program manager, issued this statement, The start of the Restoring Active Memory program marks an exciting opportunity to reveal many new aspects of human memory and learn about the brain in ways that were never before possible.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2018



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