How individual AI will improve brain health
In his latest article for TechTalks, Dr. Oleksandr Kostikov expands on the idea of “individual artificial intelligence” and explains how it can save patients from strokes and help cure Parkinson’s disease.
Individual AI is a new type of artificial intelligence that is a bioelectronic hybrid in which a living human brain and a computer will work together as two parts of a single complex. Systems of this type will work for a single user—they will become a new type of AI—individual artificial intelligence.
The core of the system is a neurocomputer interface in which signals from neurons to the machine will be transmitted using special signal molecules capable of changing their conformational state if there is a neuron in a state of excitation next to them. In the opposite direction (from the machine to biological tissues), the signal will be transmitted to synapses (connection nodes between neurons).
This will allow the system of individual artificial intelligence not only to interact with the brain but also to monitor in real-time how nerve cells live and work with discreteness up to a single neuron.
The unique ability to “see” how the nerve cells of our brain work 24 hours a day will turn this type of AI into an excellent electronic doctor. A kind of medical bodyguard capable of not only passively observing, but also from time to time actively checking the performance of all systems of the human brain.
Read the full article on TechTalks.
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