Has anyone thought about sort of self-assembling nano "electrodes" or other
nano detectors that could probe the vast majority of neurons and important
structures in a very small brain (such as a gnat brain or a C. Elegans worm,
or even a larger animal)?

It seems to me that this would be a hell of a lot easier than simulating a
brain, since there are waaaaaay too many factors and dynamics involved to
get the simulation to be accurate. Maybe we could just invent a way to probe
every part of the brain in vivo.


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