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Pluto56

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http://money.cnn.com...dex.htm?cnn=yes

Ran across this on CNN Money. Thought it was kind of interesting. Think this is what the future really holds? :whistling:
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Controlling computers with thought? I don't like it. I don't want people putting implants in my brain.
The monitoring of this technology worries me. They could literally read your mind.
Also, think of the malware... :whistling:
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I am rather against both extreems, I hate using the mouse and keyboard(but I won't rant once more about the idea of voice interaction)but then again having the computer reading ones thoughts would probably confuse the comp if simply because most people are living in the bounds of madness, we ride upon an animal that we are not always in control of. What I am saying is that you can probably get a comp to follow instructions, aide fascets of the brain(images, sounds, smells, etc.,) but I doubt that you could get a comp to follow thoughts, all leading me to say that I do not fear inplants for the reason mentioned before, just more that we don't need to go that far when giving comps either eyes or ears or both seems so much simpler and safer.
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