Brain-computer interfaces, usable for everything from allowing the blind to see and deaf to hear, to artificial limbs that feel, and much more besides is recruiting talent to help develop the next generation of this technology.
Yesterday, Neuralink published this livestream on the state of their vision for the technology:
Dolphins, whales, bats, and other animals are known for having a complex ability to emit sound in the darkness of the night or the black depths of the ocean, somehow illuminating that dakness. What does echo imaging of familiar objects look like?
In 2015 a group of researchers at SpeakDolphin.com attempted to construct an image of a diver, among other objects.