Friday, November 13, 2015 Synthetic Telepathy (2014 Article)

Slowly more of these articles will come popping up. Electronic telepathy aka Synthetic telepathy is on the horizon. None of the official science websites explaining electronic telepathy understand it very well yet, but they are chugging right along...

Here are a couple snips from a Harvard Science Review article by Linda Xu:

Humans Computers And Everything in Between: Towards Synthetic Telepathy
Written by Linda Xu
May 1st, 2014

When you imagine telepathy, your mind probably jumps immediately to science fiction: the Vulcans of Star Trek, Legilimency in Harry Potter, or the huge variety of superheroes and super-villains who possess powers of telekinesis or mind control. Twenty years ago, these concepts would have been mere fictional speculation, but today, in neuroscience labs around the world, new research is turning the startling possibility of brain-to-brain communication into reality.


Undoubtedly, brain interface technology has both the power and the potential to do incredible good. With this in mind, it is crucial to also recognize the possibility for ethical wrongdoing. Concerns with privacy, autonomy, enhancement, and consequent aggravation of social stratification are only a handful of the ethical issues on the horizon, and these concerns are only intensified by the fear of media exaggeration and inaccuracy. Furthermore, philosophical questions of human existence will become increasingly important as research progresses. What does it mean for brains to be “connected?” What kind of information can be taken and shared between living brains? What distinguishes a human from a machine, and what — if anything — distinguishes a brain from a computer? These questions may have been impossible to answer in the past, but with the advancement of brain-to-brain interface technology, we may reach satisfying answers at last.
Source ~ ~ Synthetic Telepathy Archive

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