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Naweed Syed

Dr. Naweed Syed is a Pakistani Canadian scientist. He is the first scientist who managed to "connect brain cells to a silicon chip".[1][2] Dr. Syed estimates science-fiction type "Machine-Men" may be developed within 10–20 years, using his silicon chip.

Dr. Syed has travelled world-wide giving lectures and presenting presentations about the human mind and his mini-chip. Currently he is a Professor and Head Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy at the University of Calgary.[3]

References

  1. ^ University of Calgary: Naweed Syed
  2. ^ Carolyn Abraham (August 9, 2010). "'"Calgary scientists to create human 'neurochip.  
  3. ^ "Naweed I. Syed".  
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