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Survey: Have you ever used technologies or products for brain enhancement?


Ques­tion: Have you ever used–for your­self or for others–technologies or prod­ucts that you think would fall into the cat­e­go­ry of brain enhance­ment? a) If Yes, what did you use and what lessons learned can you share? b) If No, what issues would you like to see addressed before con­sid­er­ing doing so?

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  1. José Chou says:

    I nev­er used tech­nolo­gies for brain enhance­ment.
    It would be most inter­est­ing explor­ing fields relat­ed to arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence (AI) in doing so

  2. Jim Brown says:

    Yes, I used the Lumos­i­ty train­ing for about a year. Although I could see myself pro­gress­ing on the tasks/games rec­om­mend­ed for me, and my scores were com­pared to oth­ers in my age group, I was nev­er con­vinced that there was any change in my own lev­el of exec­u­tive func­tion­ing. It was an intrigu­ing process, and I would prob­a­bly try one again, if it had sig­nif­i­cant research regard­ing its effi­ca­cy.

  3. Alan Davenport says:

    BrainHQ/ PositScience for 3 years. I feel a cer­tain amount of stim­u­la­tion on the “Per­son­al Train­ing.”

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