Researchers are continuing to make progress connecting brains to machines.
Harnessing the electrical impulses of sight, scientists have built a robot guided by the brain and eyes of a moth.
As the moth tracks the world around it, an electrode in its tiny brain captures faint electrical impulses that a computer translates into action.
The moth, immobilized inside a plastic tube, was mounted on a 6-inch-tall wheeled robot. When the moth moved its eyes to the right, the robot turned in that direction.
I can't wait to have Google in my brain... as long as it serving up ads, I guess.