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At lower tech levels, neurotech uses 'hardwired' techniques, which involve surgical implantation of interface sockets on the sophont, and Organo-Metallic links spliced directly into nerve tissue, with all its associated hazards.
The latest S'mrii neurotech uses advanced 'non-invasive' techniques, based on the Becklin-Sikia'mr Eﬀect, an obscure quantum mechanical eﬀect which allows neural signals to be induced very precisely from a distance of several centimetres. The neural inductor apparatus (or neurocoupler) may be worn outside the body (usually in the form of a 'helmet' or 'crown') and the need for surgery is eliminated.
Human neurocouplers are believed to exist, but are not yet commercially available.
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