A version of this article appears in the August 25 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology. Billion-dollar, decade-long initiatives in the U.S. and Europe to map and simulate the entire human brain will change information technology fundamentally, and aerospace is unlikely to remain untouched. Advances in neurotechnology are already having an impact, as methods of monitoring the brain are applied to improving the performance of pilots, air traffic controllers and system ...
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