Our brains are composed of 100 billion neurons and 100 trillion synapses--encompassing everything we see, feel, hear, taste, and remember.
That’s a lot of data.
A key insight of Matt Angle, CEO of brain-computer interface (BCI) company Paradromics, is that once you realize the brain is really a data system, you can reframe a lot of typically hard-to-treat conditions.
Can we use a BCI to treat paralysis and speech impediments? What about other disorders? How does the Paradromics tech differ from the tech used by Elon Musk’s company Neuralink? Can we use BCIs not only for treating disorders, but also for amplifying human intelligence and memory?
Join Peter and Matt Angle as they explore these and other questions.
Matt Angle Bio: Matt is the Founder and CEO of Paradromics. His mission is to turn neuro data into effective medical treatments. We’ll discuss his journey from the lab to neurotech startup founder, the future of BCIs, and much more.
Company Website: HTTPS://WWW.PARADROMICS.COM/
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