Human Brain-2-Brain Telepathy: Check.

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Vor einem Jahr hatte man per Brain-2-Brain-Interface bei Menschen per Gedankenübertragung eine Bewegung eines Fingers ausgelöst, jetzt haben sie zum ersten mal binär verschlüsselte Worte von einem Gehirn ins andere geschickt. Die kamen dort als wahrgenommene „Lichtblitze“ mit eben genau den Binärcodes an. Sowas wie telepathische Morsezeichen. Und ich freu mich schon auf den ersten binären hirn-geschriebenen Tweet/Blogpost/Whatever, irgendwann in einem halben Jahr oder so.

Das Paper gibt's auf Plos One, für Nicht-Neurowissenschaftler steht's in verständlich auf io9:

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To make it happen, they recruited four participants, one of whom was assigned to the brain-computer interface (BCI) branch, the part of the chain where the messages were to originate. The other three participants were assigned to the computer-brain interface (CBI) branch to receive the messages being transmitted to them.

Using EEG, the researchers translated the greetings "hola" and "ciao" into binary, and then emailed the results from India to France. At this receiving location, a CBI transmitted the message to the receivers' brains through noninvasive brain stimulation. This was experienced as phosphenes — flashes of light in their peripheral vision. The light appeared in the numerical sequences that allowed the receivers to decode the data in the message.

It's important to note that this information was not conveyed to the subjects via tactile, visual, or auditory cues; special measures were taken to block sensory input. This ensured that the communication was exclusively mind-to-mind — though it was channeled through several different mediums.

Plos One: Conscious Brain-to-Brain Communication in Humans Using Non-Invasive Technologies
io9: The First Successful Demonstration Of Brain-To-Brain Communication In Humans

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