BRAIN CORTEX - NONINVASIVE BRAIN TRANSFER PART 10
IT'S THE HOTTEST LATEST TREND IN SCIENCE - BRAIN TO BRAIN TRANSFER IS SWEEPING THE WORLD!
No surgery, no direct implants, or cutting into your brain is necessary for the Lab's noninvasive brain-to-machine connection for "human brain to machine brain" transfers.
- establish the idea of longevity and immortality
- transfer human attributes into a machine brain
- develop noninvasive methods of brain transfer
- create a jar brain to accept the transfer
SIMPLIFIED NEUROSCIENCE Noninvasive connections are painless, require no cutting, no surgery, no implantation of devices under the skin, and are the most cost effective. There is no cutting of the body to replace worn out batteries. However, it is the most simple demonstrative means to achieve data transfer. It's highly limited and archaically slow. Generally, it can transfer input at about 25 to 65 words a minute and usually much slower. It's limited to text only.
In its most simple form, techniques of transfer may involve the dissemination of knowledge embedded with other characteristics like personality (likes, interests). It can include specific field learned data base transfers. It may also include subsets, thus fitting into smaller memory systems.
The Brain Cortex project is about transferring a part of a human brain into a machine brain, noninvasively.
— the lab is developing "brain to machine transfer," in particular to take some relatively simple characteristics of a human brain, such as personality or knowledge, and transfer limited portions to a machine brain, whereby those characteristics could be given life longevity far exceeding that of the original human, perhaps establishing an idea of immortality —
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