Neuropunk Revolution. Hacking Cognitive Systems towards Cyborgs 3.0 [article]

Max Talanov, Jordi Vallverdu, Andrew Adamatzky, Alexander Toschev, Alina Suleimanova, Alexey Leukhin, Ann Posdeeva, Yulia Mikhailova, Alice Rodionova, Alexey Mikhaylov, Alexander Serb, Sergey Shchanikov (+9 others)
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This work is dedicated to the review and perspective of the new direction that we call "Neuropunk revolution" resembling the cultural phenomenon of cyberpunk. This new phenomenon has its foundations in advances in neuromorphic technologies including memristive and bio-plausible simulations, BCI, and neurointerfaces as well as unconventional approaches to AI and computing in general. We present the review of the current state-of-the-art and our vision of near future development of scientific
more » ... oaches and future technologies. We call the "Neuropunk revolution" the set of trends that in our view provide the necessary background for the new generation of approaches technologies to integrate the cybernetic objects with biological tissues in close loop system as well as robotic systems inspired by the biological processes again integrated with biological objects. We see bio-plausible simulations implemented by digital computers or spiking networks memristive hardware as promising bridge or middleware between digital and (neuro)biological domains.
arXiv:2205.06538v1 fatcat:vegmu5373zblbbxorson5ggesy