Bond villains, neurosurgery and facial recognition

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Bond villains, neurosurgery and facial recognition

The new James Bond movie – Spectre – recently opened its doors to
much applause. It took a staggering $80.4 million in its opening week.

But, before we pat the media juggernauts on the back, we should check the science.

Hollywood…
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Bond villains, neurosurgery and facial recognition

Bond villains, neurosurgery and facial recognition

The new James Bond movie – Spectre – recently opened its doors to
much applause. It took a staggering $80.4 million in its opening week.

But, before we pat the media juggernauts on the back, we should check the science.

Hollywood never claimed to be a bastion of scientific thought, but sometimes it is worth poking holes, especially if it makes for an interesting read.

Neurosurgeon and scientist Dr. Michael Cusimano, of St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, Canada, watched the recent movie and felt an urge to make a correction. His commentary slams Hollywood’s grasp of functional neuroscience.

The scene that piqued Dr. Cusimano’s interest involves 007’s long-time adversary – Ernst Stavro Blofeld.

Bond is in a tight spot; the suave British agent is strapped down as Blofeld plans a bit of disruptive neurosurgery.

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