Musk developing technology to merge human and artificial intelligence

By Iron Will / May 26, 2023 /

Imagine a computer chip, powered by a mini-lithium battery, implanted in your brain that helps you control your weight, enable web browsing and telepathy with your thoughts, and also soothes, if not eliminates, mental instabilities.

Science fiction? For now, yes, but it could be very real in the near future.

It’s called Neuralink, the brainchild of Elon Musk, and it has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to proceed with the first-in-human clinical trials.

Musk is so confident in the system’s ability to cure a range of conditions including obesity, autism, depression, schizophrenia and other applications, he said last year he would be willing to implant them in his children.

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Military’s Expanded Role in 5G Could Lead to ‘Mass Data Collection, Tracking and Monitoring’ of U.S. Citizens

By Iron Will / May 18, 2023 /

The U.S. military’s chief information officer (CIO) and former CIA deputy director John Sherman said his office will assume control of all 5G-related activities in the U.S. military and expand the military’s 5G pilot programs — a move critics said could lead to increased surveillance of U.S. citizens.

The move will shift the Pentagon’s 5G efforts from the office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, Heidi Shyu, to Sherman’s office.

The transition will officially take effect on Oct. 1, but Sherman said his office has “already been working left seat, right seat with research and engineering on this, [in] a very close partnership with Honorable Heidi Shyu and her team.”

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SCIENCE RESEARCH Scientists Build Device That Can Hack Dreams, Just Like ‘Inception’

By Iron Will / May 16, 2023 /

Scientists helped volunteers unlock their creative potential through “targeted dream incubation”
They created a device called Dormio that could help guide participants through targeted dream incubation
The study was built off of an earlier study by French sleep researchers
Short naps can help people’s brains come up with creative solutions to problems, especially when they are guided to dream about a particular topic, a newly published study has found.

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Dr. Barrie Trower – “5G: The Genocidal Nature of Non-Ionising Radiation”

By Iron Will / September 17, 2020 /

Dr. Barrie Trower – “5G: The Genocidal Nature of Non-Ionising Radiation”

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