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|It's primitive at this point, but new technology always is. It isn't limited to human-to-human either.
Brain-to-brain interfaces also span across species, with humans using noninvasive methods similar to those in the BrainNet study to control cockroaches or rats that had surgically implanted brain interfaces. In one report, a human using a noninvasive brain interface linked, via computer, to the BCI of an anesthetized rat was able to move the animalís tail. While in another study, a human controlled a rat as a freely moving cyborg.