Khonde Makuala TWITTER,LISTEN TO MY THOUGHTS

Great stuff.

Now we can know exactly what woman really want without having to take a guess all the time. On a serious note, this is a huge step, moving forward, one wonders what the world would be like in 20 years from now.
Posted: 4 March 2010 at 08:20

Doug Vining RE: TWITTER,LISTEN TO MY THOUGHTS

Thanks for your comment, Khonde. That's precisely what MindBullets are all about, trying to imagine what the world will be like 20 years from now, and the business opportunities that presents.
Posted: 4 March 2010 at 08:26
Doug
May seem futuristic but around the corner All depends on attitude to change
Posted: 5 March 2010 at 12:03

Anton Musgrave Mind Control to Major Tom

Connecting the human mind to either prostheses or robots is the next frontier...and its is unfolding with pace. Connecting with computers, tablets and smart phones is the next chapter and that leads us to a brave new world of seamless integration of human and machine - singularity.
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Posted: 11 September 2012 at 09:49

Anton Musgrave Brain research progressing

When will we solve the challenges of mental illness that faces millions around the world, notable in ageing populations? What will the social and economic implications be if we can solve these challenges in the next thirty years? The future of brain science will see step changes in progress and will be exciting, profound and scary!
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Posted: 10 September 2013 at 09:11

Anton Musgrave Reading emotions and thoughts?

The implications and potential new applications of a world with total openness, even of our emotions, is scary but yet fascinating too. There are many potential positive applications of these new crazy and scary ideas…and also many that are just too bizarre or dangerous to contemplate! Imagine an app to read emotions at a cocktail party…mmm…could be embarrassing! But in many fields it could be really valuable and useful to know what is being felt, experienced or thought!
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Posted: 28 October 2013 at 09:23

Doug Vining Listen to my thoughts, if you dare

With greater understanding of how our brains work, and improved non-invasive methods of reading our neural activity, we could see the development of interfaces that literally stream our thoughts onto the internet. Our MindBullet published five years ago suggested this would become commonplace in the future. The implications for privacy and augmented intelligence are staggering!
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Posted: 18 May 2015 at 10:24

Anton Musgrave Brain sensors

As sensors become more sophisticated, smaller and cheaper, we will see more and more applications for these to be embedded in our bodies, connected to Apps on our wearables and monitored by our doctors, insurers, partners, and so on. The debates will no doubt rage but the value can be enormous. Life as we know it will never be the same.
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Posted: 27 February 2016 at 11:27

Doug Vining Facebook, listen to my thoughts

In one of those slightly bizarre coincidences, we wrote a MindBullet seven years ago, suggesting that in the future (still to come) you would have a small earbud that could read your brainwaves and send out a tweet, just by thinking about it. We've seen lots of research and some progress towards brain-computer interfaces, but the idea of simply thinking to type has not quite arrived yet. Perhaps the people at Facebook subscribe to MindBullets, as they are working on this idea!
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Posted: 21 April 2017 at 13:42
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