The NODE Direct Neural Interface (DNI) is a network of microchips wired to the brain which allows bidirectional transfer of information. The NODE acts as a moderator and translator which allows the brain to interpret data from other sources and vice versa; thus allowing the user to “import” or “export” information to and from their brain safely. Speeding up the process of learning (a skill) or sharing a user’s own knowledge and experience to someone else can all be achieved using the NODE. At present, significant amounts of resources are allocated to education and training newer generations. For most of us, at least a third of our lives are dedicated to learning something new; we are always learning. To be able to shorten the time it takes to learn and share something will free up a significant amount of those allocated resources which can be put to better use.

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