New Brain Computer interface technology | Steve Hoffman | TEDxCEIBS



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Brain Computer interface technology opens up a world of possibilities. We are on the cusp of this technology that is so powerful and has the potential to so radically transform our lives and existence! After starting three venture-funded startups in Silicon Valley, Steven Hoffman, known as Captial Hoff, launched Founders Space with the mission to educate and accelerate entrepreneurs and intrapreneur. Founder Space has become one of the top startup accelerators in the world with over 50 partners in 22 countries. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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  1. jesus lopez
    jesus lopez says:

    They have already did it to almost everybody, they didnt even need a chip, but they certeainly use the electromagnetic frecuencies to code and decode neurosigns. We have to find a way to garantee the free will of the individuals.

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  2. John Kean
    John Kean says:

    AI is NOT FAQ input and response. It is a machine with sentience NO NO NO. It doesn't and cannot exist. This i impossibleguys. Look u: "memoria technica is the modern equivalent. If we build a machine that kills – that is NOT AI that's HI. Come on guys.
    AI is a myth. Robots won't be sentient or have consciousness. If we successfully fuse a human neuron with a computer chip (not happening) then its human – ergo if the resulting hybrid kills us all then its humans killing humans not machines killing humans. Its a robot with a bomb! NOT AI. Further, humans in the work environment who are bullied to work harder and die of the resulting stress aren't being killed by the computer they're being killed by humans. This idea the AI who takes over the world is total Hollywood. Even if we amass an army of robots that kill, its humans who controlpreprogrammed them. Look at what we have been promised: servile robots washing dishes in the kitchen and brushing your floor has already been overtaken by the dishwasher and robovac. (Or Roover as l like to call it. "Where's the Roover?" A play on rover, robot and hoover.) But l digress … we already have the Robo-soldier that's the drone. Controlled by humans. Its a bit like suggesting a gun one day will be responsible for killing people – no! 😅 The killing of another is driven by motivation: by mercenaries.
    If AI could achieve sentience (and l am not talking about a mechanized doll speaking pre-recorded verbatim aphorisms and FAQs – that have been around since the 19c – they took over the world and killed whole families in Stephen King moviesonly.) AI would have no motivation. Murder is sadly only a human trait. (Animals kill to eat for survival – that's not murder.) So my point is: no and no. Its a fallacy and anyone who suggests otherwise are fiction perpetrators. Great for the Hollywood "machine" though!

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  3. Intelligent Design
    Intelligent Design says:

    What do you do when your brain adapts to use external storage and then there is a power outage or the internet goes down. Unless they have an operating system that allows selection of what is stored where this may even zombify some people. What if 1 in 100 brains are well then the 100th one stores something important for vital functioning and then they are disconnected?

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  4. Intelligent Design
    Intelligent Design says:

    Careful, perhaps everything will go well until the brain runs out of storage and then you reach a limit that is normally not reached in a lifetime or as rapidly which may cause negative effects that aren't seen right away. I'm pretty sure the brain can restructure to create new space however maybe that will have negatives to doing more often, require different nutrition, etc.

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  5. Intelligent Design
    Intelligent Design says:

    They are learning that neandrethals build things like computers and had electricity so it isn't anything to be ashamed of 🙂 Our brains are however different as we have shut off some things in ours that make us different because we don't have wild tigers and dinosaurs chasing us these days so our brains adapted the ability to think for longer periods of time when thinking about situations.

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  6. Jon Arbuckle
    Jon Arbuckle says:

    Um… Scary. I'm not putting any chips in my body. They don't need to do that though and that's what's really bad. There is already a headband and with 5g and terahertz… look the f out. No need for guns… unless you want to blow your drone slaves away. Hey set them up in team warfare for resources, wealth, land… and entertainment of course. The more things change the more they stay the same.

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  7. zz z
    zz z says:

    The guy sounds awful. The chips will take our last freedom away, our ability to think for ourselves. This technology has been around a long time. They used it on Britney Spears

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  8. Leon HugheSUN
    Leon HugheSUN says:

    Watson said before on Jeopardy what is the walls of Jericho if Jesus never existed- then how could it compute that the walls of Jericho is a real event busted
    Look up – Jesus never existed Channel

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  9. Nicholas Hauge
    Nicholas Hauge says:

    Do you think I'd be able to give my pet crow a BCI? I can already have a nearly intelligent conversation with her as is. She just gets super frustrated sometimes when I don't understand her.

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