I'm so confused lately :( I want to get into a field where we integrate chips with the brain, or try to make neurons interact with engineering devices. Problem is I don't know what field fits best. Which would you recommend me, based on experience? Medical engineering seems like the ideal choice. But is it? What about electrical engineering? Seems to be more relevant to have electrical-engineering knowledge since ultimately an artificial brain would be made of such components. What about taking mechatronics? Rather comprehensive field, but maybe enables to see the bigger picture. Right now, I am in practical engineering degree in mechatronics...i'll finish it in a year from now... but basically, I still have to do 4 years of study FROM THE BEGINNING to get to a 1st degree in either of these engineering trades (depends what I choose), even in mechatronics. I'd just get more credit points if I take mechatronics for my first degree...(but not a lot of credit points). Regardless, I wanna pick what's more relevant to my dreams, not what's more easy to get. What do you think?