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Researchers claim to have developed a simulator which can feed information directly into a person’s brain and teach them new skills in a shorter amount of time, comparing it to “life imitating art”.

Researchers claim to have developed a simulator which can feed information directly into a person’s brain and teach them new skills in a shorter amount of time, comparing it to “life imitating art”.

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  1. not at all what it seems. very misleading title.

  2. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/techandscience/scientists-discover-how-to-upload-knowledge-to-your-brain/ar-BBNAlLO) reduced by 85%. (I’m a bot)
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    > In the Modern Brain Study Research Laboratory "Our system is one of the first of its kind. It's a brain stimulation system," explained Dr Matthew Phillips.

    > Dr Matthews believes that brain stimulation could eventually be implemented for tasks like learning to drive, exam preparation and language learning.

    > "Your brain is going to be very different to my brain when we perform a task. What we found is brain stimulation seems to be particularly effective at actually improving learning.”

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