Researchers now at HRL Laboratories, that is based in California are looking out for ways to upload knowledge directly into the brain.
They are working on this claim and have developed a simulator which can feed information directly into a person’s brain. Once the information is fed, that is the time it can teach the person new skills in just a shorter amount of time.
The study was first conducted on a trained pilot wherein electric signals were fed into the brain and data was fed into novice subjects and learned to pilot an aeroplane through realistic flight simulator.
The study was then first published in the Journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, and found out that subjects who received brain stimulation through an electrode-embedded head caps improved and learned tasks piloting abilities by 33 percent.