That's what breakers are for...
Fri Jul 28, 2017 10:30am

And fuses...

I figure that the computers would AUGMENT the capabilities of the brain, not replace it. So, if your augmentation shuts down, your regular meat brain would function as it did before.

While I think we are a LONG way from actual effective electronic interfacing with the brain, it is inevitable. If someone could do long math in their head without pulling out a calculator... If they could calculate trajectories and velocities without effort... If they could look up information and facts without pulling out a smart phone... Why would they NOT want that?

I think the truth is that once the ADVANTAGES become real, folks WILL use the technology...

Remember the same fear based objections to having credit cards?

  • I don't.The Gryphon, Thu Jul 13 2:48am
    I'm happy with my old brain just the way it is, thankyouverymuch. While brain-computer interface sounds great, what happens when there is a huge Solar Flare (or worse, Nuclear Weapons) that cause... more
    • That's what breakers are for... — Sprout, Fri Jul 28 10:30am
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