"Brain Writing" Technology?

Discussion in 'Computer Science & Culture' started by garbonzo, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. garbonzo Registered Senior Member

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    There is so much in the news now of mind controlled machines, brain readers if you will, and it seems we are getting closer to controlling every aspect of our lives with our brains. But I'm much more interested in the opposite. Technology that can "control your mind". Think of virtual reality. We'd be able to do absolutely anything in a virtual reality and make it seem like real life. It'd be the most epic thing ever. Of course there'd have to be safety precautions put in place, but I believe that'd be manageable. These things shouldn't be connected online directly, because then there is no way to be sure you can't get hacked. I'm thinking for online purposes, code would be downloaded, but not executed. Then you would use your brain to see what it does before playing it. Much like a sandbox on a computer.


    Anyway, is there any advancements in this technology? Is it doable? Can it be done? In theory at least?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. andy1033 Truth Seeker Valued Senior Member

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    I have lived 21 years of being targeted with mind control techs, and i can tell you they are no nearer understanding the brain now then 20 years ago when they first targeted my life.

    You see you take 100 people, brain scan them, and tell them to think one word. The brain scan would show identical spark to represent that word in all there brains, but every single one of them will think of that word in a different way, and meaning.

    Our mind is outside of our brain, and not our brain. The brain is an interface to access our mind. We cannot scan the mind, but only the brain, and therefore will never be able to really do what you say.

    Yep humans may understand what brain parts are used in different ways, but what does the brain access?

    After 21 years of being targeted with mind control techs, they still today cannot take a sentence from my brain and understand what it means, and how i mean it. They think it means what they think. No it means what i think it means. It could have thousands of different meanings.

    Your brain may act as a computer interface, but your mind does not. Mankind knows what your brain does and all its parts, but cannot scan the mind.
     
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  5. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    The concept of "Mind control" is that you don't take a readout from a what a person thinks, but instead "systemically" manipulate how their neural pathways respond to a keyword. Doing so would allow the manipulate of creating a "Stereotypical" group of people that think alike, making it easier to maintain and manipulate a group.

    So in essence you don't ask 100 people to think of a particular word, instead you project what thought structure you want them to have and then ask them what they see. If they don't all see the same, you keep tinkering until they do.

    (And before you ask Andy, I'm not one of "them", I am one of "Us")
    I can't directly relate to your thoughts on this, however I will point out that if you control spacetime around a location, then you can manipulate any mass that resides in it. I say this because mass doesn't distort spacetime, mass is actually a distortion of spacetime. It's similar to Smale's Horseshoe in the sense that if an area of spacetime was folded and compressed, it would become mass and any distortions like "Gravity" occur because of how that mass is made.

    I mention this because how those thoughts can be manipulated or read involves such aspects about how spacetime is used even externally to a persons brain/head.

    There is always the potential of a radiologically derived form of cybernetics through this method to create Mnemonic's, artificial constructed memory systems that can be merged with the biological way of thinking, not just to enhance a humans but in the case of the clandestine security future, to be able to read and control a person or group of peoples minds. Such people that would eventually be targeted would be high ranking officials and the like.

    Don't underestimate the bottomless pit of Security spending, they have blank cheques and have had them being used far before any "commercialised" technologies become available. I'm pretty sure there is evidence of such equipments use going right back to the late 1940's.

    You can train your brain to use interfaces, any heuristic systems attempting to learn how to interact with the brain have to keep up. As with Moore's law, over time systems become faster and more capable of keeping up, when previously a fleeting thought could easily fox an automated system, the future predicts it will not.
     
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  7. youreyes amorphous ocean Valued Senior Member

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    Perhaps only a quantum computer could truly keep up with the brain and if this is such, than could this imply that the brain has elements of a quantum states?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_mind
     
  8. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    I would high stress the likelihood is that is true, not just because of various excerpts from R. Penrose, but due to research into photosynthesis and plant biology. It's posed the function at a quantum level and they are just plants, so why not animals to?
     

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