Published on 27th June 2004 by
however Im not going to stand in the garden trying to convince my lawnmower to put itself back in the shed.
Originally Posted by Spaced_invader Just imagine thinking about your cursor, and it appears where you want, although it would make FPS useless.....
Originally Posted by NexxoNice article...etc. ;)
Originally Posted by D BI agree with Nexxo , (many great points ) about computers becoming active participants / lerning our habits /anticapating our needs.
G-gnome ... yes , wireless computer interface ( sorry , while I like the doc's dry sarcasm .... my computer interface is going to be like "Romy" , Andromeda's Avatar !! )
Originally Posted by G-gnomeImagine a computer that writes a document as fast as you can think? Though, maybe by the time this came about there might be some direct neural-to-neural signal ('nmail'?) that bypasses even the clumsy optic-nerve-recognition interface that is 'text'. Techno telepathy anyone?
Originally Posted by Spaced_invaderexactly what i think, but what happens when a computers intellegence matches or even suppercedes our own, will we as a human race stay in control? or will they quickly learn they can take over... what then...
Originally Posted by 1337moddermanwatch The Second Renaissance.
Originally Posted by gimpchimpBuilt-in mechanical explosive safety devices and an EMP gun. That'll make computers toe the line.
Originally Posted by G-nomePlug ('jack') in (or maybe there will eventually be 'wireless' versions) and let your brain do the talking...
Originally Posted by Space_Invaderevolution is exponential what we as a species are about to witness for the first time in history is possibly the greatest evolutionary step mankind has ever faced. But this time it won't be a biolobical change but it will be artificial, using at first simple inplant technology to help the disabled, but soon this trend will grow to the abled bodied to give them extra sences or monitor their health.
exactly what i think, but what happens when a computers intellegence matches or even suppercedes our own, will we as a human race stay in control? or will they quickly learn they can take over... what then...
The mouse has been one of the biggest contributors to RSI in the workplace
As I have stated back in my tablet PC article, touch screen technology is far more appropriate for input than people seem to be interested in.
Originally Posted by G-gnome...Can I have one with the same dry sarcasm please?
Originally Posted by Captain Slug...This statement is almost as silly as "Automobiles have been one of the biggest contributors to highway accidents"...
Originally Posted by NexxoSo A.I. will have no desire to take over, because our world is not something they can relate to. They may simply migrate to outer space and leave us behind. Shed like a skin that became too small... abandoned like shards of old pottery.
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