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Hi. I noticed this article's "Research achievements" section is a near-perfect copy/paste of Mind uploading's "Current research" section. I'm new to both articles, so I don't know which came first, but the full text should live in one place, with a summary and link to the other. Otherwise, maintenance is difficult. As I just learned, making edits in one place, before this discovery. I'll leave it to the domain experts here or at mind uploading to decide. Cheers. --Ds13 (talk) 18:27, 24 January 2012 (UTC)
I wrote both texts, at about the same time, because I wanted input from people with both interests.
Neuroinformatics is wider than full brain emulation, so the section in this article should also include other aspects, for example improved understanding of brain diseases, development of tools for disabled, advanced in brain-computer interfaces, etc. Mange01 (talk) 15:40, 16 April 2012 (UTC)