If you thought a monkey playing Pong with its mind was awesome, you will be amazed at a new system which can ‘type’ your thoughts

Scientists at Stanford University in the United States have developed a «brain-computer interface» (BCI) which converts mental writing into words on a screen.

The system uses sensors implanted in the brain to monitor signals produced when a user imagines writing with a pen

An algorithm then decodes these neural signals to determine which letters the user is trying to write

The researchers tested their system on a man from 65 year old who was paralyzed from neck down due to spinal injury.

The man was able «taper» at a speed of 90 characters per minute It's almost as fast as someone their age would type on a smartphone, said the team.

This is also more than twice the rate of the previous recording for a brain-computer interface capture.

Not only was it fast, but the entry was very precise The text was precise to more than 94% at this speed, passing to 99% when an automatic correction system was used

The team previously developed similar technology that allowed users to “pointer” and of “click” with their mind

Neuroscientist and research scientist Frank Willett, who worked on the project, said: «We want to find new ways to allow people to communicate faster.”

Researcher Krishna V Shenoy added: «Having these two or three modes and switching between them is something we do naturally.”

University of California neural engineer, Jose Carmena, who did not participate in the study, said the researchers represented «a major advance in the field.”

He added that the article published this week in the journal Nature was “a perfect example” brain-computer interfaces that translate thoughts into action

They hope the technology can eventually help people with crippling conditions like motor neuron disease.; a degenerative condition that can lead to loss of speech

Elon Musk made headlines last month when his company Neuralink posted an impressive video of a monkey playing retro arcade game Pong with his mind

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News – US – Brain implants allow you to «taper» with your mind

– Brain implants let you taper with your mind
– New device allows paralyzed man to type while imagining handwriting
– A man of 65 year old with paralysis learns to write using a brain chip that converts thoughts into text
– The software transforms & # 39; Mental Handwriting& # 39; in words and sentences on the screen
– Paralyzed man uses his mind to form sentences in real time
– Brain implants allow a paralyzed man to write on a screen using only his thoughts
– Interface transforms brain signals from handwriting into text
– Call of Duty teases playable action heroes for years 80 coming to Warzone and Black Ops Cold War
– The implant allows paralyzed people to write imagine
– Mental writing: the interface allows paralyzed people to write with their brain signals

Source: https://metro.co.uk/2021/05/14/brain-implants-let-you-type-with-your-mind-

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With his company Neuralink, Elon Musk wants to transplant into our brain an implant capable of controlling a telephone or a computer. What do you think ?implant capable of controlling a phone or computer. What do you think ?able to control a phone or computer. What do you think ?able to control a phone or computer. What do you think ?able to control a phone or computer. What do you think ?able to control a phone or computer. What do you think ?

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I beg my friends to start their plans

With their new announcements, I will try to give you the most accurate opinion possible, in particular by relying on the research of Olivier Ezratty.

So, to summarize, Neuralink is developing a technical solution of electrodes based on flexible wires implantable in the brain by a robot and controlled by an integrated circuit in a very small box integrable under the skull. by a robot and controlled by an integrated circuit in a very small box that can be integrated under the head. by a robot and controlled by an integrated circuit in a very small box that can be integrated under the head. by a robot and controlled by an integrated circuit in a very small box that can be integrated under the head. by a robot and controlled by an integrated circuit in a very small box that can be integrated under the head. by a robot and controlled by an integrated circuit in a very small box that can be integrated under the head.

According to the company, the first applications of this technology will make it possible to repair humans suffering from various pathologies, while in a second step, it will be a question of increasing the capacities of humans who want it via the direct connection of the brain with a IA. with an AI. with an AI. with an AI. with an AI. with an AI.

To quote Olivier Ezratty, contrary to what one might think, for the moment Neuralink offers above all incremental innovation in miniaturization compared to existing techniques, such as techniques for the treatment of Parkinson's disease or the various projects. gait control for quadriplegic.

It is quite likely that Neuralink will focus primarily on repairing disabilities before seriously embarking on their work on the connection between the brain and an AI. and an AI. and an AI. and an AI. and an AI. and an AI.

But if they were to speed up their efforts on the human / machine connection side, it would probably remain fairly basic, namely focused on inputs and outputs (for example querying a search engine, or publishing of a tweet).

The arguments that lead to this thinking are that the brain is too complex to be able to write directly in it, for example to make you memorize large books or information. In fact, the number of synapses involved for these kinds of tasks is such that, for Neuralink to do the job, its implants would have to be 10 or even 100 times smaller (otherwise the implant needed would be bigger than the brain ). .brain ).brain ).brain ).).

So, probably not enough to panic. At this stage, the best still remains to inform oneself and to observe, and perhaps to define what is ethically acceptable or not, in order to accompany the subject in a little more enlightened way. I have the impression that apart from a few health professionals, technophiles and individuals interested in transhumanist ideas, most decision-makers are completely helpless on this topic.

What did you think of Elon Musk's recent presentation on the chip implanted in the brain of pigs, a concept developed by Neuralink? pigs, concept developed by Neuralink? pigs, concept developed by Neuralink? pigs, concept developed by Neuralink? pigs, concept developed by Neuralink? pigs, concept developed by Neuralink?

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Keira Jones

Former student in Neuroscience and Human Behavior ( Diploma obtained in 2021 )

Insofar as Elon Musk wants to provide technological solutions, develop diagnostic tools and therapies for people with neurological or psychiatric disorders, that's fine.
As soon as one leaves the medical framework, his fanciful ambitions (which I also respect) hardly suit me. This raises an ethical problem, I am sure.

Could this project become a violation of our conscious life, our thoughts, our privacy?

Can Elon Musk heal and repair the brain with a brain implant ?brain implant ?brain implant ?brain implant ? cerebral? cerebral?

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Lepine Kong

Ex Entrepreneur / Ex ProTrader | Dev Engineer / PO / PM ( 2021 - present )I prefer non-intrusive methods :) I have never tried having no problem yet but I look occasionally for example.

Is implanting an AI chip in a human brain , good or bad? human, good or bad idea? human, good or bad idea? human, good or bad idea? human, good or bad idea? human, good or bad idea?

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Pierre Rivet·

MS in Entrepreneurship , EDC Paris ( Diploma obtained in 2013 )

The idea in itself is not bad, insofar as this "chip" would aim to correct or cure a neurological condition that cannot be treated by other means.

It is for this main reason that we are trying to develop the brain implant. For example, to return the use of one or more limbs to a paralyzed person, to fight Alzheimer's or other degenerative diseases, not to "increase" a healthy individual , for whom the game would not necessarily be worth the effort ...

It is not an operation of the appendix or a simple circumcision that we are talking about here!

An internal neuro-prosthesis requires perforating the cranium and installing a foreign body inside, where there is already our dear brain , which governs the entire nervous system and vital functions ... Such an intervention presents significant risks and you would have a lot, if not all, to lose. Such an intervention presents significant risks and you would have a lot, if not all, to lose. Such an intervention presents significant risks and you would have a lot, if not all, to lose. Such an intervention presents significant risks and you would have a lot, if not all, to lose.

Such an intervention presents significant risks and you would have a lot, if not all, to lose.

Such an intervention presents significant risks and you would have a lot, if not all, to lose.

The notion of adding artificial intelligence to a healthy brain / consciousness remains a bit of a technological fantasy, as the complexity is great, and as long as the physiology of the brain is not understood as a whole ...brain will not be understood as a whole ...brain will not be understood as a whole ...brain will not be understood as a whole ... will not be understood as a whole ... will not be understood as a whole ...

In addition to the risks associated with the operation that I spoke about previously, there would certainly also be risks directly related to having an AI "added" to your consciousness (or subconscious). I wouldn't elaborate too much on its still too hypothetical risks. There are many films or works of science fiction which skillfully develop their plots on examples of these risks: Loss of free will and / or its mobility (in favor of AI), loss of the right to privacy, tracking , hacking, and a number of other disruptions in human / AI interaction.

Thus for many reasons, it would appear more realistic that the addition of an AI to our brain / consciousness is (first) considered externally and therefore "removable". Thus facilitating the eventual needs of updating and repairing the AI, as well as its hardware.

The internal implant would be more to recommend in the cases of a very invasive, permanent and definitive affliction , like the para / quadriplegia, and the degenerative diseases of the brain in their advanced stages… So a good idea , when that a real improvement living conditions justifies the risks associated with the intervention.good that a real improvement in living conditions justifies the risks associated with the intervention.real improvement in living conditions justifies the risks associated with the intervention.real improvement in living conditions justifies the risks associated with the intervention.real improvement in living conditions justifies the risks associated with the intervention.real improvement in living conditions justifies the risks associated with the intervention.

In the case of the healthy individual, bad idea. In my opinion, the consciousness / AI interface must always leave the possibility for humans to interrupt it . Or I would like to know what a "non-removable" AI could bring so essential, to take the risk of damaging or disrupting our brain and our consciousness, fruits of 100 million years of evolution ... and our consciousness, the fruit of 100 million years of evolution ... and our consciousness, the fruit of 100 million years of evolution ... and our consciousness, the fruit of 100 million years of evolution ... and our consciousness, the fruit of 100 million years of evolution ... and our consciousness, the fruit of 100 million years of evolution ...184  viewsShow 1  positive vote1

You can implant a false memory in the brains of all humans on Earth, what memory do you implant? of all humans on Earth, what memory do you implant? of all humans on Earth, what memory do you implant? of all humans on Earth, what memory do you implant? of all humans on Earth, what memory do you implant? of all humans on Earth, what memory do you implant?

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Lucien Quilre·May 4, 2019

Anciennement Ing Info ( 1970 - 2010 )ET left but finally, thanks to our film, which everyone saw, everyone likes it! Tomorrow, when all my brothers arrive, they will be welcomed on earth!(plus)

You can implant a false memory in anyone 's brain . What memory do you give them?of each one. What memory do you give them?of each one. What memory do you give them?of each one. What memory do you give them?of each one. What memory do you give them?of each one. What memory do you give them?

If our brains were implanted in a robot, could we live forever if our brains were properly preserved? Basically the only living tissue would be in the brain .brain .brain .brain ...

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Pierre Damez·Translator · January 15, 2020

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Franklin Calves

Professional WriterThis answer may not be an accurate translation of Franklin Veaux's answer in Quora in English  :If our brains were implanted into a robot, could we live forever if our brains were properly maintained? Basically the only living tissue is anything that is within the brain.

Nope.

Just like the rest of our body, our brain is made up of cells. These cells are not immortal. They can, and they will die if they cannot divide. Even though cells in your brain are actually formed by neural stem cells, most of them in the hippocampus, this neurogenesis is not enough to compensate for the wear and tear of standard neurons.brain are actually formed by neural stem cells, most of them in the hippocampus, this neurogenesis is not enough to bridge the wear and tear of standard neurons.brain are actually formed by neural stem cells, most of them in the hippocampus, this neurogenesis is not enough to bridge the wear and tear of standard neurons.brain are actually formed by neural stem cells, most of them in the hippocampus, this neurogenesis is not enough to bridge the wear and tear of standard neurons. are actually formed by neural stem cells, most of them in the hippocampus, this neurogenesis is not enough to compensate for the wear and tear of standard neurons. are actually formed by neural stem cells, most of them in the hippocampus, this neurogenesis is not enough to compensate for the wear and tear of standard neurons.

The brain of a normal, healthy 60-year-old is smaller than that of a 20-year-old because so many neurons have died. The theoretical maximum lifespan of a neuron is only about 120 years or so. It doesn't matter if the rest of the body is still functional; when too many brain cells are dead, it's over.brainbrains are dead, it's over. are dead, it's over.brains are dead, it's over. are dead, it's over. are dead, it's over.100  views

Can we theoretically synthesize and implant neurons in a human brain ? human ? human ? human ? human ? human ?

Implantation of chips or electrodes in the brain , corneal operation to increase visual acuity, exoskeletons to support heavy loads, how far can we go with research on the "augmented soldier"?, corneal operation to increase visual acuity, exoskeletons to support heavy loads, how far can we go in researching the "augmented soldier"?, corneal operation to increase visual acuity, exoskeletons to support heavy loads, how far can we go in researching the "augmented soldier"?, corneal operation to increase visual acuity, exoskeletons to support heavy loads, how far can we go in researching the "augmented soldier"?, corneal operation to increase visual acuity, exoskeletons to support heavy loads, how far can we go in researching the "augmented soldier"?, corneal operation to increase visual acuity, exoskeletons to support heavy loads, how far can we go in researching the "augmented soldier"?

What about the demonstration of an implant on a pig as part of the interface project connecting the brain to computers presented by Elon Musk via his company Neuralink?brainbrainbrain to computers presented by Elon Musk via his company Neuralink? to computers presented by Elon Musk through his company Neuralink? to computers presented by Elon Musk through his company Neuralink? to computers presented by Elon Musk through his company Neuralink? to computers presented by Elon Musk through his company Neuralink?

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Philippe Guglielmetti

The brain is my 2nd favorite organ (Woody Allen)

I think it's very indicative of the biggest potential market for this stuff ...75  viewsShow 3  positive votes · Reply requested byGerard Briais3

Chinese researchers have implanted human genes (for intelligence) in the brains of monkeys. Will this bring a mutation in these monkeys over generations?

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Lhoucine Ayyaou

Former Engineer

We have to wait for the experiment to deliver its results. Otherwise, the idea does not seem far-fetched to me, the monkey being perhaps the animal closest to the human being.37  views · Reply requested by

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What part of the human body cannot feel pain?

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Denis Rebaud·

Updated on September 15, 2020 amateur "sneezer"Original answer:

What part of our body does not feel anything? The one or even if we slice it into 2 you don't feel anything ...

The brain , because it has no nociceptor , because it has no, because it has no, because it has no nociceptor.

C eci for example, allows surgeons to question a patient fully awake to ensure that:

  • no cognitive function will be damaged when a brain tumor is removed,
  • stimulation electrodes implanted in the brain of a patient with Parkinson's disease are correctly positioned to significantly reduce his tremors.

You can also cut the brain in two . G is called a callosotomya callosotomy is calleda callosotomy is calleda is calleda is calleda callosotomy is calledespecially to the corpus callosum, I do not guarantee the result :)especially to the corpus callosum, I do not guarantee the result :)especially to the corpus callosum, I do not guarantee the result :)2.2k  viewsShow 28  positive votesShow shares281

What do you think of transhumanism?

Do you think that we should merge our brain and our consciousness with a machine as Elon Musk suggests with Neuralink? and our consciousness with a machine as Elon Musk suggests with Neuralink? and our consciousness with a machine as Elon Musk suggests with Neuralink? and our consciousness with a machine as Elon Musk suggests with Neuralink? and our consciousness with a machine as Elon Musk suggests with Neuralink? and our consciousness with a machine as Elon Musk suggests with Neuralink?

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Maiwenn Alix·

WriterFor having thought about the subject a little, given that cerebral transhumanism is the central theme of my SF novel In Real Life *, I am… divided. The benefits can be huge, but so can the drawbacks. In fact, for me, it's double or nothing. Potentially positive aspects: * The absorption of most of our multimedia equipment. No more cameras and microphones when all you need is someone with eyes and ears to broadcast images and sounds. (At the same time, you eliminate crime.) No more need for sensors when you have a nose and skin. No more need for computers when your brain can communicate directly with a data server or perform complex operations assisted by the implant. * Direct access to knowledge and apprenticeship(plus)

We discovered the fingerprints we discovered the DNA what could be used in the future to identify a criminal?

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Kevin Loussert·

I'm wrong until proven guilty ...

Between the ongoing experiments that manage to implant simple memories in the brains of study subjects on one side, and the countless studies and maps of the human brain on the other side.brainbrain human on the other side.human brain on the other side. human on the other side. human on the other side. human on the other side.

I wouldn't be surprised if one day they come up with a real lie detector that will scan your brain to see if you are using your memory or your imagination. to check if you are using your memory well or rather your imagination. to check if you are using your memory well or rather your imagination. to check if you are using your memory well or rather your imagination. to check if you are using your memory well or rather your imagination. to check if you are using your memory well or rather your imagination.

And that day, good luck to lead an outlaw life.

But I think it will be decades before this exists.1.3k  viewsShow 6  positive votes · Reply requested by

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As a man, are you attracted to women who do not shave?

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Pascal Heitz·Nov. 15, 2018

Engineer ( 2013 - present )

No, I find the hairs under the arms quite disgusting. The jersey doesn't bother me as long as it's reasonably trimmed.

I am fully aware that it is cultural. The current trend is that underarm hair is a masculine trait. When we have been immersed in this culture since childhood, we find it difficult to come back to these associations, which are very deeply rooted in our brains.

I don't judge women who let it grow. It is their most total right. But it's also my right not to find them feminine or attractive.2.3k  viewsShow 21  positive votes213

Is it possible that in 1000 years, man no longer looks like what we know, and what would he be?

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Philippe Guglielmetti·January 20  optimistic science blogger

No. 1000 years is 40 generations, not enough for significant genetic changes to take place.

If you came across a Neanderthal man resurrected after 30,000 years on the street, you might find him a little odd, but he would look enough like you that you wouldn't doubt his humanity.

In 1000 years we may have implants to give us thoughtful access to Windows 3021, or we may even download our brains to a computer when we die so that a digital clone can survive us. in a computer when we die so that a digital clone will survive us. in a computer when we die so that a digital clone will survive us. in a computer when we die so that a digital clone will survive us. in a computer when we die so that a digital clone will survive us. in a computer when we die so that a digital clone will survive us.

But biology still has good sides which mean that in 1000 years we will still look like Homo sapiens.677  viewsShow 12  positive votes · Reply requested by

Maël Goncalves-Serinet12

What will be the flagship technology of 2020?

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Patrick Crosset·December 3, 2019

EconomistThere will be several in parallel: * 5G for all * biometric payments * implants in the brain , allowing for example to restore the mobility of certain disabled patients * autonomous driving on the road * supercomputers or quantum computers * genetic therapy(plus)

How to work the logic of a programmer?

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Lepine Kong·

Ex Entrepreneur / Ex ProTrader | Dev Engineer / PO / PM ( 2021 - present )Elon musk is preparing brain implants :)(plus)

What do you think of people who tell you they have seen God?

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Michel Verheughe

Humanist, agnostic, socialist and pacifist

I am 70 years old, ten years ago I had a heart attack followed by a five minute cardiac arrest, after which I was given an implanted defibrillator. Four years ago, I had an embolism that destroyed part of my brain that controls vision. I have a blurry field at the top right of the view.who controls vision. I have a blurry field at the top right of the view.who controls vision. I have a blurry field at the top right of the view.who controls vision. I have a blurry field at the top right of the view.who controls vision. I have a blurry field at the top right of the view.who controls vision. I have a blurry field at the top right of the view.

For over a year, I have had memory problems and a strong feeling of “déjà vu” and the feeling of living in a dream. I am medically monitored and a CT of the brain shows that part of it has poor blood circulation. shows that a part has poor blood circulation. shows that a part has poor blood circulation. shows that a part has poor blood circulation. shows that a part has poor blood circulation. shows that a part has poor blood circulation.

If I were a believer, I would see god and I'm sure all “prophets” had similar problems.

If, in addition, we young and do the day before, I think we can see god, a unicorn, or Santa Claus.1.6k  viewsShow 29  positive votes291

What is the difference between cognitive psychology and neuropsychology?

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Candice Reynaud·

Cognitive psychology aims to describe the functional architecture of the brain . This means that for each information processing system implanted in the brain (language, memory, attention, etc.), cognitive psychology will aim to describe the location of this function within the brain . As for neuropsychology, it will make a specific contribution since it will be based on the study of brain-injured patients. We can take advantage of deficits resulting from brain damage to better understand the organization and functioning of normal mental processes.(plus)

If when we die our brain also dies, which means there is no consciousness, does the soul still remember who it was? also dies, which means there is no consciousness, does the soul still remember who it was? also dies, which means there is no consciousness, does the soul still remember who it was? also dies, which means there is no consciousness, does the soul still remember who it was? also dies, which means there is no consciousness, does the soul still remember who it was? also dies, which means there is no consciousness, does the soul still remember who it was?

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Michel Verheughe·The answer is ... 42!

Your question can only be answered by a believer who knows what his God creates, desires and does.

The only thing I can tell you is that in August 2008, I suffered a five minute cardiac arrest. Fortunately, I was already in an ambulance and survived. But I have no memory of those five minutes. No, no "light at the bottom of the tunnel," nothing.

I will therefore conclude that death is the end of consciousness. And if that interests you, I am living very well now with an implanted pacemaker and cardiac defibrillator.396  viewsShow 12  positive votes123

Is the Internet a Form of Telepathy?

Alexander Mighty·

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Etymologically, yes. It allows remote (tele-) to communicate his feelings (-pathy). Once the internet is integrated into the brain via implants, we will almost be there. Once this integrated internet system is connected to an automated hangar or to a 3d printer, we will be in telekinesis. At the current rate, all of this is likely, I did not say desirable.(plus)

Why is “brain death” irreversible?

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Michel Verheughe·

I had suffered a five-minute cardiac arrest. Now I am living very well with an implanted defibrillator. But, when I inquire, I am told that a doctor will have to wait at least twenty minutes without a pulse to declare a person dead. This is the time it takes for the brain cells to be in an irreversible state. But there are exceptions of sometimes several hours, if the body is cooled sufficiently.are in an irreversible state. But there are exceptions of sometimes several hours, if the body is cooled sufficiently.are in an irreversible state. But there are exceptions of sometimes several hours, if the body is cooled sufficiently.are in an irreversible state. But there are exceptions of sometimes several hours, if the body is cooled sufficiently.are in an irreversible state. But there are exceptions of sometimes several hours, if the body is cooled sufficiently.are in an irreversible state. But there are exceptions of sometimes several hours, if the body is cooled sufficiently.1.5k  viewsShow 8  positive votes8

What would be good examples of excessive ambition?

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Madison Issy·December 3Master in Psychology , Catholic University of Louvain ( Diploma obtained in 2020 )

Elon Musk gives us some good ones (non-exhaustive list) :

  1. Colonize Mars
  1. Making reusable rockets
  1. Build a Hyperloop: Train capable of reaching a speed of 1,200 km / h thanks to propulsion on magnetic air cushions in vacuum tubes.
  1. Compete in the automotive market (already well established) with Tesla
  1. Founds the start-up Neuralink whose objective is to connect the brain to integrated circuits in order to merge human and artificial intelligences
  1. Helping the development of smart electricity grids with its Powerwalls

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What is happening psychologically behind the addiction?

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Monnet Mickaël·

Is it scientifically possible to put a human brain in the body of a robot? If this is not possible, why?human in the body of a robot? If this is not possible, why?human in the body of a robot? If this is not possible, why?human in the body of a robot? If this is not possible, why?human in the body of a robot? If this is not possible, why?human in the body of a robot? If this is not possible, why?

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Michel Verheughe·

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We already know that the electrical impulses from our brain can activate a mechanical thing. But from there, having a "robot" that moves and communicates with the world like a human being ... it will take quite a few years of discovery. But nothing is really impossible.can activate a mechanical thing. But from there, having a "robot" that moves and communicates with the world like a human being ... it will take quite a few years of discovery. But nothing is really impossible.can activate a mechanical thing. But from there, having a "robot" that moves and communicates with the world like a human being ... it will take quite a few years of discovery. But nothing is really impossible.can activate a mechanical thing. But from there, having a "robot" that moves and communicates with the world like a human being ... it will take quite a few years of discovery. But nothing is really impossible.can activate a mechanical thing. But from there, having a "robot" that moves and communicates with the world like a human being ... it will take quite a few years of discovery. But nothing is really impossible.

I already have a pacemaker, an implanted defibrillator that keeps my pulse above 30 and below 190. Over time we can imagine that more and more of our body will be replaced by instruments and ... soon we these are all ... robots.

I would like to have one that would help me write and that would never break down… but down… but down… but down… is down… down… (click!)302  viewsShow 6  positive votes6

What would the video game of your dreams look like?

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Maxime Lepine·

Engineer in Atomic Engineering , MINES ParisTech ( Diploma obtained in 2019 )

A virtual reality RPG, based on a headset or a chip directly implanted in the brain .....

Just imagine all the extraordinary experiences that would open up to "gamers" thanks to this kind of technology! Everything that is impossible in "real" life would become reality, better, stronger, less disappointing.

In addition to the traditional role-playing games style Warhammer or Divinity Sin, we could decline the concept to strategy-management games and embody any great historical character. Winning the battle of Austerlitz or Tsushima in real life, leading an empire by thwarting political plots, deciding alone the fate of entire peoples, rewriting history ... An immersive Civilization, but what a dream, and what new challenges for those who is bored in his poor little limited life!

However, I doubt that it will ever exist.

Pity. I would have liked to have won a World War.414  viewsShow 12  positive votes · Reply requested by

Why do we feel a form of disdain from more rational people towards more emotional people?

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Joseph Fornés·

Old wise man, old fool.Original answer: Why do we feel a form of more rational disdain of people towards more emotional people?

I would need a book to answer this question which addresses the springs of cultural domination. I will try to make it very short and necessarily expeditious. So sowing my seed and come what may.

The disdain in question rests first of all on a belief, that of the separation of body and mind. For Christian philosophy built on this dualism, the body was the playing field of the devil and the spirit that of the divine. Which mind was the playground of rational thought, therefore superior. This suited, and still does, it must be said, to pseudo intellectuals whose social situation allowed them to master high language.

Why do I speak of "pseudo-intellectuals"? Because all of the above is wrong in our current scientific paradigms. I summarize here:

  1. There is no body-mind dualism: thought is an emergence of matter, in this case from the synapses of our cerebral cortex.
  2. In the logic of evolution, the brain is at the service of the body and not the other way around (this had already been stated by Spinoza in the 17th century). Neuro-cogniticians speak of body-brain
  3. Our body-brain interacts with its environment in a rapid, simultaneous, automatic and unconscious manner according to its learning through past life experiences.
  4. Only a small part of these interactions reach consciousness but the experiences of neuroscientists, notably those of Benjamin Libet (1983), Patrick Haggard (2008), John-Dylan Haynes (2008), Itzhak Fried (2011), Chun Siong Soon ( 2013), reveal that the brain prepares the action well before the conscious decision of this one (between a few fractions of a second and several seconds before!)
  5. Free will is an illusion of our conscience. Other neuropsychological experiments even show that consciousness attributes to itself and subsequently justifies choices emanating in reality from an external actor or acts caused artificially by means of electrodes implanted in the brain! Cf. The brain blog at all levels - The question of free will )
  6. There is no reason without emotions . Neuroscientists have shown that choices, human actions, are controlled by emotions ( Antonio Damasio - "Descartes' error - The reason for emotions" - 1994). Patients whose injured brain could no longer perceive emotions (hormones emanating from the body-brain) were unable to make a decision while their rationality was intact.
  7. Human rationality is limited and we most often use judgmental heuristics automatic , rapid, unconscious which are mechanisms acquired during our life experiences.
  8. Rationality is not an absolute (there is no truth except in a given paradigm, see The incompleteness of thought) but is a learned semantics, and is therefore related to language .
    All language carries a culture and a rationality, the latter being expressed in the structure of categories and analogies intrinsically contained in its syntax and semantics. The mobilization of language in the interior monologue of consciousness thus has the effect of rationalizing thought.
    Now language is a social construct . So is the rationality that it carries, which has been built collectively over the course of history. Thus our individual conscious rationality is only the projection of collective rationality, acquired with language. In other words, it is the presence of others in our intimate self, the expression of others through our mouth.
  9. Rationality in fact does not intervene to decide our actions but intervenes a posteriori to justify them, to ourselves (resolution of cognitive dissonance) and others.
    Even when we solve a math problem in our head, the unverbalized solution comes to us first mechanically and instantly through the effect of our judgmental heuristics before its literal expression follows.

This is enough to send to the figure of the "disdainful" ...

Some links explaining some of the previous assertions:

How a narcissistic pervert subjected the victim to a washing brain ? ? ? ? ?

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Virginie Booth

By planting seeds of doubt in his brain ! By making him believe that he or she alone The PN holds the truth on everything and that the victim is a madcap worthy of nothing and who deserves Nothing, that, misery and hatred! That she should be happy with her lot, and that he or she is only on earth to obey the masters and take the blows! Like an evil master who tyrannizes his dog! By not attaching the slightest importance to his needs and above all, by scoffing at them, ridiculing them and trampling them, by brutally making him understand that the victim is worth 0 and that she is zero, and that, it is he or she the almighty master of the world! By making him believe that this one is weak and dependent on him! What sometimes very often, ends up.

Why are there awakenings after cases of brain death?

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Michel Verheughe·

The moment your heart pumps more blood containing oxygen to the brain , it will lose cells that will die forever. After about twenty minutes, it is no longer necessary to try to revive the victim because the damage to the brain will be too important to be able to become conscious again.brain will be too important for us to become conscious again.brain will be too large for us to become conscious again. will be too important for us to become conscious again. will be too important for us to become conscious again.

I suffered, 11 years ago, a cardiac arrest of five minutes. Fortunately I was already in an ambulance and the nurse managed to restart my heart. I owe him my life, in fact!

Now I am living very well with an implanted defibrillator. As far as I know, I haven't lost a lot of brain cells but at my age of 72 no one is without some memory loss etc. but at my age of 72, no one is without certain memory loss, etc. but at my age of 72, no one is without certain memory loss, etc. but at my age of 72, no one is without certain memory loss, etc. but at my age of 72, no one is without certain memory loss, etc.361  viewsShow 3  positive votes31