You've probably seen this before. I could seen pretty soon (if they don't already have this) a lot of toys being made that you could control with your
mind. I'm sure kids would go wild over such a weird and wonderful toy. Plus they could exercise their brain.
But I was thinking more like, what if in the future, they've created computers with AI. Or even software that is a form of AI. Almost like inteligent
macro programs (macro's look that up). So for example say you have to do a report for school. You'd say to it: "I need a 2000 word essay on the
sinking of the titanic." and then add some criteria to it as well. Or you'd say "I need this that or the other thing bla bla bla". And the computer
then goes out and actually does the planning of the work, and then the specific work for you. I think we're getting pretty close. We already have that
ciree on the apple iphone to get you various data on the fly.
The future could have a lot of weird things: Like your driving home and you just think of what you want for dinner and you arrive and it's already
been prepared for you. Or breakfast, or whatever you "think" they'll be some robot, some smart appliance, or computer that can instantly go do that
job for you. It's crazy when you think about it.
Is that the kind of world you'd want to live in or not?
edit on 2-1-2014 by spartacus699 because: (no reason given)
I must be in a flippant mood tonight....but I just can't help thinking, we already drive using brain power, but if your brain
is already a bit wonky, it doesn't matter what the interface is.
However if your car was controlled by a super computer brain out of your control, that might work!
edit on 2-1-2014 by smurfy because: Text ommission AKA wonky brain
Yes! Humans are the problem with transportation safety. The solution is not to take away physical controls and give a direct line of stupid to the
velocitator and deceleratrix. The solution will only come from targeting the actual root cause of the issue. Humans need to go. (In a driving sense.
And no sneaky "I'm flipping it to manual mode!", Will Smith!!)
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