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Rat Basketball

TweetCoincidentally, after I finished my post yesterday, I had an email in my inbox from a friend with a link to this article from The Daily Galaxy.  The article discusses a University of Florida study about using a BCI combined … Continue reading

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My Mind Has A Mind Of Its Own

TweetSometimes I wonder if thought controlled computers would be a bad thing.  During a business meeting daydream would I accidentally surf porn? Fortunately the technology doesn’t work like that yet.  But the technology for mind controlled computers (or brain-computer interface) … Continue reading

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Sign of the Singularity

TweetVernor Vinge, the mathematician and author, once predicted the technological singularity which states that computational technology once achieving a certain threshold would accelerate past human intelligence.  This possibility sounds like fiction, but it’s a concern serious technologists have voiced.  Recently, a … Continue reading

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